Southern WV Craft Brews to Warm Up Your Winter!December 5, 2018
Craft beer is having a moment, and Southern West Virginia is home to some incredible breweries! Warm up this winter with a locally sourced and crafted beer from these Southern West Virginia establishments.
Bridge Brew Works
Bridge Brew Works has been making beer in Fayetteville for years, and they aren’t slowing down. As one of the first breweries in the area, Bridge Brew Works has been creating unique brews for years and they are always bringing new options to the table. The Long Point Lager and Mountain Mamma Pale Ale are two of their most popular brews and their specialties are Belgian-style beers, from light and refreshing lagers to strong stouts. And the newest addition? A taproom, perfect for tasting a flight or grabbing a pint with loved ones. You’ll also find their beer on tap at many Southern West Virginia restaurants!
Greenbrier Valley Brewing Company
Located in Lewisburg, Greenbrier Valley Brewing crafts unique beers that are beloved all across the state. They show off their love for West Virginia with the names of their beers: Mothman Black IPA, Zona’s Revenge, Devil Anse IPA and Wild Trail Pale Ale. Visit the taproom for a pint, or find their beer at several Southern West Virginia restaurants!
Weathered Ground Brewery
This family-owned-and-operated brewery is located on farmland in Ghent. Weathered Ground creates small batch farmhouse ales made with local ingredients. In their taproom, you’ll find 10 rotating taps, and chances are you’ll discover something new every time you visit. More Haggard Than Haggard IPA, Enniskillen Dry Irish Stout and Cool Ridge Lager are three can’t-miss brews. You’ll also find their beer at many Southern West Virginia restaurants!
This restaurant and brewpub is the first and only craft brewery in Beckley and offers eight beers crafted in-house, along with a unique menu! Be sure to check out the 304 Amber ale or Total Eclipse IPA. Visit the restaurant for a pint that pairs perfectly with one of their meals.
Which Southern West Virginia craft beer is your favorite?