Paddled South Brewing Co., a microbrewery in the downtown area, offers a great atmosphere with both indoor and patio seating. Enjoy food trucks, live music, pop-up events, and more! Other beverages include notable wines, refreshing seltzers, ciders, and non-alcoholic drinks. Tours of the brewery are welcome as well, just ask a staff member to show you around.
Midsummer brewery is tucked back in the woods and offers a taproom open Thursday-Sunday.
Enjoy a tasting at the bar, a pint on the deck, and pick up a growler to take home.
Located in historic Milton, NC this former gas station is a now one-of-a-kind roadside market that celebrates North Carolina’s local flavor while serving as a community hub of creativity and connection.
Established in 2022, the Milton 66 is a passion project for four partners who love creative community spaces. The partners envisioned the space to be a beer garden that brings together great local craft beer and seasonal plants. The business combines the expertise of each of the four partners with beer, plants, and creativity. Milton 66 gets its name from its building. Located in Milton’s old Phillips 66 service station (which was locally known as Milton 66), the old service station’s wide lot is the perfect location to provide outdoor seating while connecting Milton’s Commercial Row with it’s other historic attractions.
Angry Troll Brewing is Elkin, NC’s homegrown local Restaurant, brewery, and Taproom located within a renovated historic Main Street warehouse.
Angry Troll Brewing was founded from the inspiration of Elkin’s historic Hugh Chatham Memorial bridge, built in 1931, that connected the towns of Elkin and Jonesville and was demolished in 2010. This brewery is located right beside where the beloved bridge had passed. And thus, the Angry Troll name began by recalling the story of the troll under the bridge as a way to remember that lost iconic Elkin landmark. The bridge passed directly over the front door into our taproom.
Stop by for awesome food and delicious craft beer!
Toni and Chip moved to Eden in 2000 and where it immediately felt like their hometown. They wanted to bring Eden an establishment that people will enjoy for years to come. Enters Reynolds Brewery. Reynolds is a family-owned and operated craft brewery that is located in the former Fieldcrest Mills Water Works building on W. Meadow Road.
At Reynolds, you’ll find craft beer served with southern hospitality, a great place for catching up with friends or just relaxing by yourself, fresh pizza cooked to perfection from an authentic brick oven, not to mention, yummy appetizers and salads.
Plan your visit to this family-owned treasure and be sure to check their event calendar for live music!
Nestled in the heart of downtown Reidsville, something special is brewing.
Lucky City Brewing is a community-run brewing cooperative that delivers premium craft beer and the perfect place to drink them! Lucky City Brewing was founded to bring homemade, delicious craft beers to North Carolina, while building a family of member-owners. This community is made up of local craft beer lovers that are investing their time, effort, and passion into changing the face of beer in Reidsville, North Carolina and beyond. With a world-class craft brewing facility located in downtown Reidsville producing quality beers and a stunning brewpub to enjoy them in, they truly do have something special worth checking out.
Did you know that North Carolina’s first cooperative brewery was located in downtown Burlington? This brewery and restaurant was started with a passion for securing a shared network of local and regional partnerships made up of farmers, producers, and service professionals.
The goal was to brew great beer, but more importantly, empower the community to collaborate. By sourcing at least half of their products within Alamance (their home county) and neighboring communities, they guarantee patrons a level of transparent quality and freshness. Their partnerships include: Wilkeshire Beef, T5, Redbud, Smith, Dinnerbell, Your Local Greens, Hillsborough Cheese, Firsthand Foods, Brasstown Beef, Joyce, Haw River Mushrooms and San Giuseppe Salami Co. These farmers provide a local selection of fresh ingredients throughout the seasons; this helps create a recognizable identity for our area by way of the foods being cultivated and produced within it. Come enjoy a pint and taste all the goodness that Alamance County offers!
If you haven’t heard of Forgotten Road Ales founders, Ben + Janée, and their brewpup Mac, it might be time to take a visit to one of their two locations.
On their first date, they bonded over their love of craft beer. A year later, Ben was stationed in Afghanistan while serving in the Marine Corps. He told Janée that he wanted to open a brewery once he returned home. Specializing in brewing barrel aged beers, wild and sour beers, & hazy IPAs, their award winning brews are truly something unique.
The name Forgotten Road Ales is a tribute to veterans and everyone who is currently serving in the military. The branding and logo design are based on Ben’s final rank of Staff Sergeant in the Marine Corps.
FRA operates two tap houses, their flagship brewery in Graham, NC and a taphouse in Greensboro, NC. Come for a visit, drink some great beer and participate in any of the possible nightly events going on (monthly veteran nights, dog socials, Dino Day Fest, food truck nights, and more!)
In the “Positively Charming” city of Mebane, there’s a brewery specializing in homemade pizzas, great beer, deviled eggs, and Mason Jar cheesecakes. This brewery, with its uniquely curated food is a must-visit. Mebane’s first brewery, Bright Penny, is located in the historic Rice Flour and Feed Mill building.
The brewery has an indoor/outdoor space to enjoy the weather, and is family friendly filled with board games, and fun activities. Live music is often playing at Bright Penny Brewing so be sure to check out their taproom schedule. An intimate setting; the staff at Bright Penny Brewing are knowledgeable and passionate about what they do. Relax and enjoy a beer, then be sure to check out the great local shops in downtown Mebane.
Nestled in the heart of the Village of Saxapahaw, Haw River Farmhouse Ales is the perfect brewery to visit to find an escape, enjoy nature, and unwind.
Haw River Farmhouse Ales handcrafts traditional French- & Belgian-style ales with a little southern flair, using local and organic ingredients where possible in each of crafted beer. Family-owned from day one, Ben Woodward and Dawnya Bohager create a variety of uniquely flavored beers and cocktail syrups. Beers like ‘Coconut Flanders Brown’ (a sour brown ale with flavors of roasted coca, tart citrus peel and lots of toasted toasted coconut) and ‘Hiverna Imperial Amber Saison’ (brewed with over 400 pounds of locally-grown, fresh-roasted organic butternut squash, and spiced with local fresh turmeric root, Indian coriander and cinnamon) can be found on their taplist.
Patrons are encouraged to make a day trip, explore Saxapahaw, and stop in for a visit, and a pint.