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Four Saints Brewing Co. – Hefeweizen
There comes a moment during each and every GABF when I am desperately in search of a comfortably familiar beer style that I need to reset my palate to some kind of baseline of normalcy. Taste too many incredibly funky or tart wild ales, or too many grandiose, hedonistic barrel-aged stouts, and the world stops making sense. That’s when I need a beer like this one from NC’s Four Saints Brewing Co.
Four Saints Brewing Co. is the Triad's newest brewery, but it's steeped in the history of Asheboro and Randolph County.
Take its home. The South Fayetteville Road location in Asheboro originally opened as the E.L. Hedrick Buick Motor Car Co. in the early 1900s and later served as a Western Auto store, Mexican bakery, pool hall and a host of other retail uses.
If you're a craft brewer, you've had that moment — the one when you're out in the garage, tasting the latest batch with a group of buddies and the talk turns to starting your own brewery.
You should talk to Joel McClosky.
On our way to Four Saints Brewing in downtown Asheboro on this rainy new year’s day, my husband told me, “It’s Beer & Hymns Night,” reading from the brewery’s Facebook page. We’d managed to avoid attending church on Christmas Eve since we aren’t believers, so all I could think in the car was, What are we getting ourselves into?
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ASHEBORO, N.C. -- Three years ago, on WFMY News 2, we introduced you to two guys brewing beer in their Randolph County garage.
Andrew Deming and Joel McClosky had a big dream. They wanted to share their hobby, by opening the first brewery in Randolph County.
May 27, 2015 (Asheboro) Four Saints Brewing Company (FSBC) announces the opening of its doors to the general public in downtown Asheboro on May 8, 2015. Andrew Deming and Joel McClosky, who after home brewing decided to take their shared hobby to the next level...
Most North Carolinians probably only know Asheboro as “that town where the zoo is.” And that’s cool — it’s a good zoo. But we recently discovered another reason to make a special trip to Asheboro: Four Saints Brewing Company.
We had opportunity to visit the new Four Saints Brewing Company at 218 South Fayetteville Street in Asheboro recently for this newest episode of our NCBeerBuzz!
We had opportunity to visit the new Four Saints Brewing Company at 218 South Fayetteville Street in Asheboro recently and we took the opportunity while there to sample one of their flagships, the Genesis Belgian-style Dubbel.
January 16, 2015 -- If you're a craft brewer, you've had that moment — the one when you're out in the garage, tasting the latest batch with a group of buddies and the talk turns to starting your own brewery.