From Plow To Pint

Our mission is to craft a Southern Beer Economy, supporting local farmers, foragers, and agricultural entrepreneurs through the act of commerce

We buy local to brew local. Southern ingredients give our beer distinct character and the act of local commerce creates jobs and wealth for North Carolina farmers and food producers.

from the kitchen

Today's Charcuterie Board

Campo, Boxcarr Handmade Cheeses
semi-soft, Cow's milk

Dancing Fern, Sequatchie Cove Creamery
soft-ripened, raw Cow's milk

Cottonbell, Boxcarr Handmade Cheeses
soft, Cow's milk

Drunken Goat, 
wine-aged, semi-firm, Goat's milk

House pickled blueberries

San Giuseppe spicy salami

Benton's smoked country ham

Ms. Ruth's Balsamic Strawberry Jam

Chance of Rain whole grain mustard


Toasted baguette

While we do our best to keep this page up-to-date, we may choose to substitute other local or house-made items. Bold indicates the maker is a Good Food Award winner or finalist.