People are fascinated by the origins of things they love, which explains the popularity of brewery tours or visits to the factory where little sisters are made. See where it all began with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $15 for a brewery tour with beer flights, take-home beer glasses, and key chains for 2 people (a $31 value)
- $27 for a brewery tour with beer flights, take-home beer glasses, and key chains for 4 people (a $62 value)
- $69 for a private brewery tour with beer flights, take-home beer glasses, and key chains for up to 10 people (up to a $155 value)<p>
Tours walk guests through the brewing process and end with each party member receiving a beer glass, a key chain, and a tasting flight composed of the brewery’s pale ale, honey wheat, brown ale, oatmeal stout, and barley wine.<p>
Railhouse Brewery founders Mike Ratkowski and Brian Evitts both did stints in the armed forces before they met while working the same job. The two shared an interest in the effervescent qualities of a good beer, and in 2009, they turned that passion into a business. Brian, a homebrewer for 20 years, oversees the production of the company's five main beers—oatmeal stout, brown ale, pale ale, honey wheat, and barley wine—and Mike handles operations, sales, and the number of bottles of beer on the wall. Together, they help bring Railhouse brews to 14 restaurants and bars in the Sandhills.
The Railhouse Brewery also frequently hosts concerts and festivals, and holds cornhole tournaments every Thursday from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. For more information, check out the event page or send a pack of investigative hops to visit the brewery.