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Cape May Brewing Co.

Our Story

Cape May Brewery began with one simple question: Where’s all the beer down here? With that in mind, we decided to open a microbrewery to provide South Jersey with fresh, delicious, local beer and help put New Jersey on the map as a craft beer state. In July 2011 we found our home here at the Cape May Airport, excitedly purchased our forklift, and delivered our first keg of Cape May IPA to Cabanas Beach Bar and Grill. Since then we’ve proudly brewed all our beers here, crafting balanced and flavorful ales and lagers for thousands of happy locals and visitors.  

Cabarrus Brewing Co.

About the Brewery

Cabarrus Brewing Company is the first full-scale craft brewery in Concord and Cabarrus County, NC. We strive to meld local history, character and traditions with locally produced craft beer!

Located in Concord’s historic Gibson Mill, in a building that was once the finished goods warehouse for the Gibson Manufacturing Company and served as a vital part of Cannon Mills Plant 6, our 15,000 square foot space shows lots of character and enriches our concept of celebrating this area’s history.

Four Saints Brewing Co.

When the Saints go marching in...

Four Saints Brewing pays homage to the patron saints of beer, Saint Wenceslaus, Saint Nicholas, Saint Luke and Saint Augustine of Hippo. They’ve become the most recognized patron saints for brewing and beer because of their contributions to and associations with the world’s favorite sudsy beverage.

Four Saints Founders Joel McClosky and Andrew Deming are carrying on the brewing tradition in the hopes of future sainthood, or at least to make some really good beer.

Mockery Brewing Co.

"The only thing we take seriously is beer"

Mockery’s brewing philosophy started out simple, delicious and unique. We didn’t want to adhere to any restrictive beer laws or specifications, but rather focus on bold flavors and quality beer we enjoyed to brew.
 

Grist Brewing Co.

About the Brewery

Diebolt Brewing Co.

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I’m sure you’re wondering why we’re doing this. That’s why you’re reading the “About Us” section, isn’t it, to find out if we’re crazy. There are already thousands of breweries you say, what can they do that hasn’t already been done? Well, you’re right: there are thousands of breweries and you know what? I hope there will be a thousand more because we won’t give up until there is a craft beer in every beer drinker’s hand.

Sudwerk Brewing Co.

Redefining the American Lager

Sudwerk Brewing Co. has been crafting the finest German style lagers found in California since 1989.

We choose to brew lagers not because they are easy, but because they are hard, because the end result will serve to refresh and bring the best of our energies and skill, because the challenge is one that we are willing to accept, one we are unwilling to postpone, and one which we intend to drink, with others too.

Wicked Barley Brewing Co.

THE WICKED BARLEY STORY

We at Wicked Barley aim to provide a warm and inviting atmosphere which will include a covered patio, a waterfront beer garden, and a boat dock in addition to our nearly 2200 sq ft tap room. We will also have our own 73-car parking lot because let’s be honest, parking in this town can be miserable sometimes!

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Peace Tree Brewing Co.

Our Story

Peace Tree Brewing Company is dedicated to brewing handcrafted, full-flavored beers with a great attention to quality.

Our brewery began in 2009 in a former Nash Rambler car dealership on Main Street in Knoxville, Iowa.

Head brewmaster Joe Kesteloot came to us with years of professional and home brewing experience and brought with him a true passion and creativity for developing his own unique recipes.

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