Smoky Mountain Brewery, Pigeon Forge, TN

Smoky Mountain Brewery in Pigeon Forge is set in a strip mall where there is a movie theater, a lumberjack show, an obstacle course, and many other shops. Parking can be a challenge especially on game day and the place will often be packed. Inside, the brewery has a nice casual feel and is more…

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Yee-Haw Brewing Company, Pigeon Forge, TN

Yee-Haw Brewing Company in Pigeon Forge, TN is part of “The Island” complex. It’s a small taproom that serves only the Yee-Haw beers and a small selection of bar food. We liked the IPA and the Pale Ale. Their food selection was terrible so don’t come here hungry like we did. We had their giant…

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Sierra Nevada Brewing Company, Mills River, NC

Sierra Nevada Brewing Company in Mills River, NC was a grand and beautiful facility. The taproom and restaurant were huge with an outside dog friendly section that included a smaller menu. The day we went, a Sunday, we got the last two seats at the bar. Lora stuck with the Pale Ale while I did…

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Bearwaters Brewing Company, Canton, NC

BearWaters Brewing Company in Canton, NC was a God send. The campground we were staying at was terrible and so this brewery came in very handy. Of the two IPAs they offered, our favorite was the Stiff Paddle. To be honest, the smell from the paper mill across the street was overwhelming and may have…

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This is the main entrance to Colonial Beach Brewing. Loved that they have Yappy Hour!

Colonial Beach Brewing in Colonial Beach, Virginia was a great find.  Colonial Beach is a small tourist, beach, historic town on the Potomac River and this was the only brewery we could find.  It was a small, friendly brewery with two taprooms.  One that faced the main street and is the one most people find…

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Dogfish Head Brewery, Milton, DE

Dogfish Head Brewery in Milton, DE (just outside of Rehoboth Beach, DE) is the main brewery for Dogfish Head. This brewery was unbelievably large and was topped only by the unbelievably large crowd of people. It has basically become a tourist trap. The bar was not very large and there were 3 bartenders who were…

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Iron Hill Brewery and Restaurant, Rehoboth Beach, DE

Iron Hill Brewery and Restaurant in Rehoboth Beach, DE was a hit. The brewery was a restaurant and tap room. They had an outside bar and a very large inside bar. The bartenders were fast and friendly. The food was very good but a bit on the expensive side. The beers were good and the…

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Crooked Hammock Brewery, Lewes, DE

Crooked Hammock Brewery in Rehoboth Beach, DE was not our favorite micro brewery. They have a great outdoor seating area with fake grass, hammocks, fire rings, and lots of seating. They’re dog friendly and even have doggy bags posted around in case of an accident. Sounds great, right? Well, they also have “just OK” way…

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Dogfish Head Brewings & Eats, Rehoboth Beach, DE

Dogfish Head Brewings & Eats in Rehoboth Beach DE is the main store front for Dogfish Head Brewery which is located about 15 miles inland away from the beach. This store front has a lot of atmosphere and a medium sized bar that was really to small for the number of people trying to get…

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Strangeways Brewing, Fredericksburg, VA

Strangeways Brewing in Fredericksburg, VA was, well, strange. This is another micro brewery built in a converted warehouse, nice. They had a huge (the biggest we’ve seen) selection of beers that we liked, but didn’t love. The brewery also had a huge bar and huge first come seating area that we never saw anywhere near…

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