BLACK MOUNTAIN BREWING

Brewing Beers That
Cure What Ales Ya

Black Mountain’s own fine craft beer

WHAT'S ON TAP

BLACK MOUNTAIN BREWING

Brewing Beers
That Cure
What Ales Ya

Black Mountain’s own fine craft beer

WHAT'S ON TAP

BREWING BEER
BUILDING COMMUNITY

OUR STORY

Established in 2017, as a means to develop a place to foster community, Black Mountain Brewing is committed to crafting a superior product while providing an opportunity to serve the people of our village.

OUR OFFERINGS

We currently rotate six taps ranging from light to dark on a nightly basis. Our brewmaster is constantly pushing the boundaries of brewing. They are all exquisitely paired with our locally fresh pub food with a twist.

OUR SPACE

We are now offering our space for private parties, networking opportunities and fundraisers. Give us a call or fill out the form at the bottom of the site.

OUR BREWMASTER

Jeff “Puff” Irvin

He earned his undergraduate degree in biology from Iowa State University and went on to complete the Master Brewers program at the University of California – Davis. Afterward, he earned the title of Diploma Brewer from the Guild of Brewing and Distilling in England. He spent ten years at Olde Main Brewing Company in Ames, IA as their Brewmaster, building their processes and recipes, managing the facility and training employees.

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WHAT’S ON TAP

Wonk’s Dymaxion Copper IPA

Wonk’s Dymaxion Copper IPA

This is to pay homage to Buckminster Fuller and the first watering hole in Black Mountain! ink’s Dynmaxion is a portmanteau of dynamic, maximum and tension. Summed up in a Fuller’s study: maximum gain of advantage from minimal input. This Copper IPA will give you maximum deliciousness per sip! Made using Nugget, Amarillo and Eukanot hops to create fruity esters, balanced with a subtle malt body in the beautifully copper colored IPA, enjoy!
5.2% • $5

English Mild

English Mild

This beer was brewed in honor of one of the oldest beer styles in England, but with a distinct stateside twist. A deep copper ale with malt and caramel aromas that waft delicately to your nose. A tight-laid foam breaks away to a slightly malty, but smooth, dry finish, balanced with an ever so slight American hop bitterness.
4.2% • $5

Two Trees English Mild

Two Trees English Mild

Made in collaboration with Two Trees Distilling in Asheville, NC: Their unique patented system of extracting flavors out of Bourbon barrels was used with Two Trees White Oak barrels and have added a ice, smooth oakyness to the already delicious English Mild.
5% • $6

Namaste Dunkelweizen

Namaste Dunkelweizen

Creamy and full-bodied, amber- brown, and spears slightly murky from the seized yeast. It is deliciously malty reminiscent of banana bread with low bitterness to balance out. Try it with a tree pose today. Namaste.
5.5% • $5

Black Mountain Stout

Black Mountain Stout

Our stout has aromas of coffee, chocolate, and caramel coming from grains specifically selected for this brew. A smooth and refreshing taste reminds you of an iced latte. We think it’s a “latte” good.
5.2% • $5

Baroness Crandall’s Pumpkin Ale

Baroness Crandall’s Pumpkin Ale

Named for a pumpkin beer aficionado is a blend of ginger, cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice and clove coming together to form this well-balanced pumpkin colored elixir. A cornucopia of fall flavors in once convenient glass!
5.2% • $5

FLIGHTS AVAILABLE!!!
Choose 4 to try

  • Crowlers now available.
    Take home a 32 oz can of any draft on tap.
  • White Claw Spiked Seltzers
    (GF) 12oz  • $4
  • Zapps Chips: • $2
    Plain, BBQ, Sour Cream & Creole Onion, Cajun Dill, VooDoo, Salt & Vinegar

Black Mountain Brewing

Mon – Fri • 2-9
Sat – Sun • 12-9


131 Broadway Ave.
Black Mountain, NC 28711
(828) 357-5010

Black Mountain Brewery

Mon – Fri • 2-9
Sat – Sun • 12-9


131 Broadway Ave.
Black Mountain, NC 28711
(828) 357-5010

OUR SPACE IS AVAILABLE TO RESERVE FOR PRIVATE PARTIES.

FILL OUT THE FORM BELOW TO RESERVE THE SPACE.

 

We Hope to See You Soon

(828) 357-5010

Dogs are allowed on deck but please don’t serve dogs beer – it’s not good for dogs