Weeping Radish Farm Brewery Tours
WEEPING RADISH - BREWERY TOURS
Brewery Tour $5 - Every Wednesday at 11am - First Come First Serve (20 people maximum)
The Weeping Radish tour takes groups through the brewing operation to get an overview of the Farmer to Fork food principles practiced. Enjoy the 3 samples of beer ($5) and our PUB is open for lunch featuring meats and sausages from our German master butcher! The tour includes the brewery, smokehouse, & butchery end with a mezzanine view of the brewery and a walk through the butchery and smoke house.
Free Self Guided Tour of the Brewery - Free Tour
The Weeping Radish is offering during normal business hours a self guided tour of the brewery.
The tour room is on the second floor overlooking the actual brewery. Lunch is Available for Purchase in the -> The Pub
Read what our visitors have to say about us!
"Thank you Weeping Radish, Mr. Bennewitz, and staff for great hospitality, a wonderful tour, a fantastic lunch, and phenomenal beer. Our visit yesterday was outstanding. We learned so much about how hard you all have to work to make a difference. I am grateful for your effort and sacrifice. And even my two little boys had a fun time- they loved the hayride most of all! We wish we lived closer, but it was well worth the trip! Thanks again and best of luck to you all." Sincerely, Matthew Bellaver".
What is German Reinheitsgebot Beer?
In Bavaria, beer is still produced in strict accordance with the Purity Law of 1516 (Reinheitsgebot), which stipulates that only water, hops, malt and yeast are to be used in the beer making process. Today, we uphold the same values as these traditional brewers, and are pleased to provide you with our fresh, handcrafted beers.
The Brewery - The History of the Weeping Radish Brewery
The Weeping Radish Brewery is North Carolina’s oldest microbrewery. In production since 1986, the original brewery was located in Manteo on Roanoke Island. In 2006 we opened the new brewery at our Eco Farm in Jarvisburg, close to the Cotton Gin in Currituck County.
All of our beers are German style lagers and use only the finest ingredients. In Bavaria, beer is still produced in strict accordance with the Purity Law of 1516 (Reinheitsgebot), which stipulates that only water, hops, malt and yeast are to be used in the beer making process. Today, we uphold the same values as these traditional brewers, and are pleased to provide you with our fresh, handcrafted beers.
Weeping Radish beers have won many awards over the years. The Black Radish is featured in the Guide to Beer Judging, as the example of a classic dark lager beer. Our Black Radish beer has also recently been chosen online as “One of 50 beers to drink before you die.”
"Visit our upstairs mezzanine overlooking the brewery."