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!
Fannin Brewing Company brews in the German tradition, but their philosophy is local, using local ingredients and supporting the Blue Ridge, Georgia community.
3758 E. 1st Street
Georgia, Blue Ridge 30513
In addition to beer, Bhramri serves dinner seven nights a week, lunch Friday-Saturday, and brunch on Sunday. Bhramri also offers private space rentals, corporate lunches and dinners, beer and food pairings, and community meeting space.
101 S. Lexington Avenue
North Carolina, Asheville 28801
Urban Orchard Cider Company is a hard cider production company and tasting room. Their taproom and bar provides house-made craft hard apple cider, guest bottles of hard cider, local beer, wine, and gluten-free/dairy-free snacks.
210 Haywood Road
North Carolina, Asheville 28806
Yee-Haw Taproom hours are Sunday-Wednesday 11:30-9, Thursday-Saturday 11:30am-midnight. The tour program is currently on hold as they work through some growing pains in their brewery.
126 Buffalo Street
Tennessee, Johnson City 37604
Brewstel Brew Shop and Hostel has dorm-style rooms with bunk beds and a cozy, rustic vibe, plus a brewing supply store and a rooftop deck. They have 21 taps and offer a rotating selection of craft beer.
120 Davis Avenue
West Virginia, Elkins 26241
Monocacy Brewing Company crafts full-flavored ales and lagers. The brewery also functions as a contract bottling facility for Frederick County's original brewpub, Brewer's Alley. The brewery and tasting room are open to the public.
1781 N. Market Sreet
Maryland, Frederick 21701