Cheers to Spring! Check Out These 5 Almost Heaven Breweries

1. Big Timber Brewing Company

Elkins

With a name that pays homage to the surrounding forests and the industry that built the community, Big Timber Brewing Company makes every brew with pride. You can find their beers on taps or in cans around the Mountain State. Or take a trip to their taproom in Elkins, you won’t be disappointed.

2. Bridge Brew Works

Fayetteville

After spending the day venturing around the New River Gorge, a stop at Bridge Brew Works is a must. Order a crisp and refreshing Long Point Lager (named after the popular hiking spot in the area) and find a seat on their newly built patio. You’ll be in maximum relaxation mode in no time.

3. Greenbrier Valley Brewing

Lewisburg

Some of Greenbrier Valley Brewing’s most popular brews were inspired by prominent West Virginia figures and/or events such as the Mothman Black IPA and Devil Anse IPA. Their beer has gained quite a following and is currently sold at over 600 retailers throughout West Virginia and surrounding areas.

4. Morgantown Brewing Company

Morgantown

Less than a half a mile away from the WVU downtown campus, Morgantown Brewing Company is in a prime location. Take a pit stop and order 1 of their 10 craft beers that’s on tap, order a delicious bite to eat and have a seat on the outdoor patio. You can even see where the beer-making setup is located inside the restaurant.

5. Stumptown Ales

Davis

This cozy spot produces a variety of hop-centric brews, including crowd favorites like the Holy Citra! Double IPA and Cave Dweller Pale Ale. Park it for a while at one of the high tops that look like a real stump. Don’t forget to bring your growler for a fill up of your favorite Stumptown Ales beer.

 

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This post was last updated on August 6, 2020