Breweries in the Blue Ridge Mountains
There are so many breweries in the Blue Ridge Mountains! Many offer free tours and tastings. Be sure to check out their year-round beers and special seasonal releases. Many focus on locally sourced ingredients and provide a family friendly environment and live entertainment. And don't forget to pick up some full pints and growlers to go!
Flying Mouse Brewery is open Thursday 5-9, Friday 4-8, Saturday 2-8, and Sunday 1-5. Flying Mouse Brewery sits on 15 acres surrounded by forest at the end of a short country road. The 18,000 sq. ft. building offers ample seating inside in the Mousetrap tasting room and outside in the beer garden. Enjoy beautiful views of Tinker Mountain in the distance, or take tour when they're not too busy.
221 Precast Way
Troutville, Virginia 24175
Angus and Ale Restaurant and Bar serves select craft beers, as well as domestic and imports. They also have a wide variety of food items.
146 Southridge Drive
Berkeley Springs, West Virginia 25411
Bull & Bones Brewhaus & Grill is brewpub with an upscale dining room and a separate sports bar and casual dining area. Fresh lager and ale is handcrafted and served on site and the brewery is visible through glass walls throughout the restaurant. Bull & Bones Brewhaus & Grill serves wood fired barbeque, ribs, chicken, seafood, steaks, and vegetarian entrees.
1470 S. Main Street #120
Blacksburg, Virginia 24060
Whitehorse Taproom is open Friday 5-9, Saturday 11-7 for tastings, pints and sales of all sizes from six packs to kegs. They're also open for beer sales on Sunday 1-4. Whitehorse Brewing was originally born out of the love of creating excellent natural home brews and enjoying it with friends in the mountains. It is a natural, fully-sustainable brewery in the beautiful mountains of Brothersvalley.
824 Diamond Street
Berlin, Pennsylvania 15530