Once an old upholstery factory located right outside of Lewisburg, WV; the building now houses the state-of-the-art brewing facility. The facility features a 3 vessel, 17 barrel brewhouse, with 190 barrel fermentation capacity. The brewhouse also includes a Meura mash filter providing brewing efficiencies greater than 95%.
We are located at:
862 Industrial Park Road
Maxwelton, WV 24957
Office closed on all major holidays.
Closed Presidents Day
In Inclement Weather, please call before visiting. 1-304-520-4669
Tours are available by appointment $8.00 pp includes tastings.
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Sunday 2-6pm (Spring Hours)
First Saturday Concert Series 2-9pm Music starts at 6pm
Join us the First Saturday of every month for live music, delicious food, and drink specials. This is a family fun event, in which our taproom hosts many games for all ages including Corn Hole, Jenga,darts, foosball, chess, and checkers. Food and games are available from 2-9pm with music starting at 6pm. Check our Events page and Facebook page for updates.
Small batch brews ~ available only at the tap room.
Lager Beer 6/9/18
Malt: Bohemian Pilsner
RETIRED: Czech Pilsener 4.14.18
Malt: Bohemian Pilsen
Hops: Czech Saaz
Malt: Pale Ale, Vienna, Rye
Hops: Amarillo Gold, Cascade, Centennial
Malt: Pilsner, Vienna, Caravienne
Hops: Liberty, Hallertauer, Crystal
Malt: Pale, Pils, Vienna
Hops: Galaxy, Denali, Loral, Citra
RETIRED/Milepost 43: Patrick’s Red Ale
This small batch Red Ale uses East Kent and Fuggle hops, as well as just a touch of Special B malt to give you a taste of this traditional Irish style. This ale has hints of dried plums and raisins amidst its malt background and an almost imperceptible umami character. Red in color with a medium body and dry finish.
RETIRED/Milepost 38: Black Lager
This small batch Schwarzbier comes to you after spending over a month lagering to achieve the balance between satisfying malt flavor and mild hop characteristics. Lighter than it appears, this lager is perfectly refreshing, with just the right amount of carbonation. Pairs well with darts or cornhole.
RETIRED/Milepost 40 / American Porter
Brewed with Tripple Pearle hops, this porter has a nice roasted malty flavor with a pleasant bitter afterbite. Chocolate malt flavor comes across well and a nice thick foamy head develops when the beer is poured.
RETIRED/Milepost 37: Aarons Olde English Ale
IBU’s 35Malty with a low perceived hop bitterness.
Carmel, nutty, dried fruit, sorgum/molasses flavors along with the bready caracter of the English yeast used for fermentation. Take care with this one, it will set you back in your chair if you drink too fast.
RETIRED/Milepost 41: Cherry Cordial Porter
This beer is an American Porter bittered with American Pearle hops. Bitterness is partially attributed to the chocolate malt and roasted black barley. Infused with a generous portion of natural cherry puree and chocloate extract, this beer smells like a box of cherry cordials.
RETIRED/Milepost 36/ Tart Galaxy IPA
This American IPA is made with 15% acidulated grain to give it a subtle tartness on the back of the palate. The addition of Australian Galaxy hops give the nose hints of passionfruit and grapefruit. Slightly hazy in appearance, this is an easily-drinkable IPA.
RETIRED/ Milepost 33/ Hoppy Wheat Ale
This light-bodied wheat Ale combines German and American elements to create a thirst-quenching craft beer that imparts mango, papaya, orange, banana, and other luscious tropical and citrus notes. Brewed with german barley, malted wheat, and hefeweizen yeast along with Washington state’s finest hops. Finishes with a subtle wheat dryness to bestow a little sunshine on your chilly winter day or night.
RETIRED/ Milepost 31/Citra Pale Ale
This single-malt, single-hop pale ale was brewed using just American 2-row barley to showcase the qualities of the American Citra hop. With heavy late additions of hops and generous dry-hopping, the citrus aromas of the hops shine through. With flavors of tangerine, mandarin orange, and subtle pine notes this pale ale is “gulpable”.