Whippoorwill Farm

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Singlewyde food trailer is on-site and serving food when the brewery is open!

Located under the backdrop of the stunning and rugged Linville Gorge, our farmhouse brewery sits on 9 acres of beautiful pastureland surrounded by Lake James State Park. Once a dairy farm known as Whippoorwill, this land is currently home to our 15Bbl production facility and will eventually be transformed into a working and educational farm with annual gardens and fruit groves.

In the coming months, we will transform three historic stone buildings which will house a cool ship room for making traditional spontaneous sour beer, a long building featuring American-made oval wooden foeders and administrative offices.

Our tasting room is now open with limited hours. It is an extension off of the main barn and production facility. This tasting room looks out to our pastures, state park land, and Shortoff Mountain. This tasting room features draught beer and packaged product available for folks to take home.

Leashed dogs are allowed on and inside the property. Dogs must remain leashed and in hand at all times. Please, no outside beverages and no consumption of to-go beers on-site. Thank you!

Location

6751 NC-126
Nebo, NC 28761

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Hours

Monday
2pm - 7pm
Tuesday
CLOSED
Wednesday
2pm - 7pm
Thursday
2pm - 7pm
Friday
2pm - 9pm
Today
12pm - 9pm
Sunday
12pm - 7pm

What’s On Tap

Local Ingredients  Local Ingredients Guest Draught  Guest Draught Last Keg  Last Keg

an experimental pale ale brewed with orange creamsicle-forward triumph hops

a double barrel-aged barleywine-style ale matured for 13 months in bourbon barrels and 7 months in blackberry wine barrels

oyster stout

Local Ingredients5.2%

mixed-culture ale brewed with oysters

mountain man ipa

an unfiltered double india pale ale dry-hopped with galaxy, nelson sauvin and rakau

pilsner-style lager beer

an oyster pilsner

appalachian wild ale with strawberries

sweet potato autumn ale

an english-style dark mild ale brewed with honey stinger waffles

our west coast-style triple india pale ale dry-hopped with hand-selected amarillo, citra, mosaic and simcoe

brewed with organic oranges, coriander, and earl grey tea

Available Bottles

a double barrel-aged barleywine-style ale matured for 13 months in bourbon barrels and 7 months in blackberry wine barrels

Local Ingredients5.2%

mixed-culture ale brewed with oysters

appalachian wild ale with paw paw fruit

appalachian wild ale with local strawberries aged in gin barrels

appalachian wild ale with strawberries

appalachian wild ale fermented double the amount of local strawberries

mixed-culture gose with strawberry, tarragon, & sea salt

a mixed-culture ale co-fermented local strawberries

a mixed-culture ale co-fermented with native muscadine and scuppernong grapes (collab w/ firestone walker)

Available Cans

an india pale ale fermented with local carrots and dry-hopped with citra, mosaic and sabro

a belgian dark strong-inspired ale

oyster stout

salted brown porter

non-alcoholic carbonated appalachian well water aged on local ginger root and leaves

made using local ginger from rayburn farms of barnardsville, nc

iced mocha-style coffee beer aged on toasted oats, videri cocoa nibs, and counter culture hologram coffee

mountain man ipa

an unfiltered double india pale ale dry-hopped with galaxy, nelson sauvin and rakau

appalachian adjunct lager with heritage corn, lime zest, and sea salt

adjunct lager with heritage corn, lime zest, tajin, and watermelon

pilsner-style lager beer

a mead-inspired ale brewed with honey, peach leaves, red clover, yarrow and dry-hopped with nelson sauvin

pilsner-style lager beer brewed with local fresh cascade hops

quenchable and crushable fruit beer with local peaches

sweet potato autumn ale

boozy seltzer aged on black tea + house zested lemon

brewed with organic oranges, coriander, and earl grey tea

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