Guides to Fayetteville

The Beer Lovers Guide to Fayetteville

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Did you know that April is North Carolina’s beer month? That means that many of our local breweries have been celebrating already for weeks with special events and one of a kind brews.

We also understand that as a beer lover, you probably enjoy exploring new brews all year long, so here is our beer lover’s guide to Fayetteville.


Bright Light Brewing Company

Located in historic downtown Fayetteville, this one of a kind brewery is often full to capacity. They’re just that good. With beer on tap, discounts, trivia nights, and a dog friendly facility, this local spot should be at the top of your list. You will often find delicious food trucks on site, see some live music, or even witness the occasional marriage.


Dirtbag Ales

Dirtbag Ales is a veteran owned establishment that also hosts a weekly farmers market from the spring all the way through fall. Their facilities boast a dog park, playground, and open spaces for all sorts of shenanigans. You may even find yourself attending a Beer and Yoga event one of these days!

More than all that is their brews and cask-conditioned ales that offer a full range of tasting experiences. They claim that you will be able to stretch your beer palette as you drink local. You will often catch some live music, ladies nights, or other festivals at this brewery, located in Hope Mills.


Lake Gaston Brewing Company

Another gem of downtown Fayetteville, gracing Hay Street with its charm, fun atmosphere, and kitchen boasting a new head chef, this brewery has promise to be a stand out in our community. Beyond their own brews and fun food menu, they also host a running club every Wednesday and karaoke on Saturdays.


The TapHouse at Huske

A Hay Street staple, Huske Hardware is a delicious brewery and restaurant that serves pub-style comfort food in a fun atmosphere. The TapHouse is right next door where you can get a great beer or glass of wine and participate in many fun and unique events, to include trivia nights and other community experiences. They hosted The Woodpecker’s National Anthem auditions earlier this year, and a fun family Disney Trivia breakfast recently as well.

The TapHouse serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, but more notable than that is their 80+ beers on tap.


Latitude 35 is a great option for beer, wine, and absolutely standout food. Try the fish or shrimp tacos! If you are interested in chain restaurants that are less local but still delicious, try out Old Chicago on Skibo or the Mash House on Sycamore Dairy Road.

We hope that you have fun exploring the local beer scene here in Fayetteville, NC. Just like buying local is a great trend, drinking local is high on our list as well.

If you have tried any of these breweries, or have one that you would like to recommend, leave your thoughts in the comments below! If you enjoyed this post, give it a like and don’t forget to subscribe if you haven’t already. We put out blog posts like this one every week! We would also love to be a resource for you concerning real estate (in any part of the world!), as well as Fayetteville and the Fort Bragg area. Please think of us if you or anyone you know wants to buy, sell, or invest in real estate.

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