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A listing of awesome brewpubs, which we define as bars or restaurants that serve their own craft beers.

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    Wasatch Brew Pub

    Wasatch Brew Pub offers house made beers such as the 1st Amendment Lager, Polygamy Porter, Evolution Amber Ale, Apricot Hefeweizen, Raspberry Wheat, and Kolob Kolsch. There is also a selection of strong ales, and beers with high alcohol content. The food menu includes appetizers like nachos, and sandwiches, salads, and burgers plus entrees like fried […]

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    Weeping Radish Farm Brewery

    Weeping Radish claims to operate North Carolina’s oldest microbrewery – in operation since 1996. They brew traditional beers such as OBX Kolsch, Corolla Gold, Fest, Black Radish, IPA 25, Weizen, and Radler (seasonal). The pub and restaurant features a farm-to-table menu, offering what’s in season, and preparing fresh and local meats by their in-house butcher.

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    Wild Wolf Brewing Company

    Wild Wolf Brewing Company is an all American brewpub with an awesome menu of appetizers, burgers, wraps, salads, and entrees like fish & chips or baby back ribs. If you’re coming for the beer, you can enjoy a pint of their American Pilsner, Blonde Hunny, Alpha Ale, The Local Wolf, Dry Stout, or choose from […]

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    Wind River Brewing Company

    Wind River Brewing Company is located at the base of the Wind River Mountains in downtown Pinedale, Wyoming. Our brewery is the spot for those who appreciate the art of handcrafted superior brews with a wide range of flavors and notes. We brew award winning beers, created in-house using only the finest ingredients and pure […]

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    Wooden Legs Brewing Co.

    The Wooden Legs Brewing Company is a restaurant and brewery located in Brookings, South Dakota. The name is a tongue in cheek tip-of-the-hat to Judge Wilmot Wood Brookings. Judge Brookings was a significant figure in early South Dakota history and the county and city were named after him although he only visited the city twice. His commitment to […]