Road to Nowhere

Pale Ale

Classics Bitter

On Tap
Seasonal
To-Go
photo credit: Nate Blakely

Rugged, piney hops (Simcoe, Eureka!, Citra).

Local barley and wheat (Epiphany Craft Malt, Riverbend Malt House).

Road to Nowhere is a love letter to the old worn mountains of Western North Carolina. It's the perfect pale ale for fall and winter, and a fitting counterpart to the coastal vibes of our spring and summer pale ale offering, Humidity.

The Road to Nowhere is an actual road in Swain County -- one with a complicated story. We'll leave it to the experts to chronicle this beautiful road and tunnel.

Alc. By Vol.
6%
Local
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To-Go Options
12oz Cans, Growlers
Drink It With
a hiking buddy
Grains Chit Malt, GoldPils Vienna, Locally malted barley (Icarus), Locally malted barley (Heritage), Two-row brewer's malt
Hops Citra, Eureka!, Simcoe
Yeast West Coast Ale
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