Beers

On tap! We brew these beers regularly.

Stackyard Stout

Stackyard Stout

A Winter staple, our Stackyard Stout combines the roasty flavors of our Black I.P.A. balanced with a slightly heavier body that’s perfect for the fireside.

1815 Scottish Ale

1815 Scottish Ale

First brewed in honor of Hillsborough’s 2017 Ayr Mount Scottish Ceilidh, this nutty, flavorful Scottish Ale is named for the year construction was completed on historic Ayr Mount.

Lawless Fury Pepper Pale Ale

Lawless Fury Pepper Pale Ale

We named this beer after the “lawless fury” of the Regulators that plagued Governor Tryon in Hillsborough in 1770; this pale ale brewed with jalapeño and cayenne peppers and local honey brings delicious heat.

Sandy Creek Saison

Sandy Creek Saison

Grab a pint of this beautifully balanced farmhouse ale and head out into the great wide open–scratch that, you probably have an open bar tab. Stay put and imagine sitting in a [field/meadow/shady glen] with your [best friends/loyal hound/pet unicorn] while the warmth of the afternoon sun filters through [dandelion seeds/an oak tree canopy/puffy clouds] to kiss your smiling, upturned face (but not your beer, because that’s still the perfect temperature.) With me? That’s what this beer is about.

Barleybreak Black I.P.A.

Barleybreak Black I.P.A.

A slightly roasty, lightly toasty dark ale that’s anything but heavy: plenty of hop character shines through this Winter/Spring favorite.

Riverwalk Rye Pale Ale

Riverwalk Rye Pale Ale

We tweaked our original crowdsourced recipe for new ingredients with an eye toward maintaining the same toasty rye flavor and crisp hop character of our Kickstarter Rye. First brewed in honor of Hillsborough’s River Park Concert, we plan to keep this crowd-pleaser in our rotation.

Tavern Alley Brown Ale

Tavern Alley Brown Ale

Tavern Alley led to a popular watering hole in colonial Hillsborough where friends gathered. In this tradition, raise a glass and enjoy our American brown ale with a hint of dark chocolate and a smooth hazelnut finish.

Capsheaf Kölsch

Capsheaf Kölsch

Capsheaf, “the cream of the crop,” celebrates the Piedmont’s strong agricultural tradition by pairing local wheat and barley with a revolutionary blend of hops for the perfect everyday beer.

Six of Twelve I.P.A.

Six of Twelve I.P.A.

In June 1771 Six of Twelve Regulators captured in the Battle of Alamance were hanged in Hillsborough. Honoring their fight for farmers’ rights, we brew our IPA with six bold hop varieties.


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