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Introducing Online Beer Sales

Posted in Featured, Our Beer

You're in search of rare beer, and we have a cellar that runs deep. It's time we share these specialty bottles, some of which are years into aging. Well, start adding a few to your cart. That’s right, we’ve launched online beer sales—shipping directly to doorsteps in California to start*—and your haul is waiting at the green button below. The lineup includes some of our most limited selections including Barrel-Aged...

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From Beer to Whole Hog Butchery

Posted in Featured, Food & Beer, Sustainability

Lunch is hours away, but our Taproom races toward it. Bakers prepare 1,000 hamburger buns for the coming days. A line cook dices endless carrots. Our garden supervisor washes the morning harvest of greens. A stack of kegs heads to the beer cooler—then another, and another. Surrounded by the action, Matt Hanbury stands calm before two sprawling tables of butcher block. He sharpens an impressive lineup of knives, focused. “Sharp...

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Hazy Little Thing IPA Beef Sliders

Posted in Featured, Food & Beer

Take top honors at the party with these beef sliders infused with Hazy Little Thing IPA for a food pairing packed with citrusy, smoky, and spicy flavors. Check the detailed ingredients and directions below the video. Thanks to our friends @the.beer.belly for the recipe and jaw-dropping footage. Ingredients – Hazy Little Thing IPA Beef Sliders 2/3 cup Hazy Little Thing IPA 3-3.5 lbs boneless chuck roast Kosher salt and black...

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Mills River Mushrooms

Posted in Beyond the Brewhouse, Featured, Food & Beer

Under the forest canopy, tucked into a quiet nook, there’s a neighborhood of log cabins. But standing just 4 feet tall, they’re not home to humans. Instead, the residents bust through the bark: mushrooms. Some stand straight and rigid; others curve toward the sky. Their clusters look like umbrellas on a crowded beach. When the time is right, Mike Somich will harvest the caps, take a 60-second gator ride, and...

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