Truly a hidden gem though, once you find your way to the taproom, you are transported to hippie paradise. Awesome outdoor beer garden, great music and of course some just solid, good beer. It's at the back of an industrial park and the sign is definitely small and subdued. Once you get there and walk through to the bar, it is impressive. The tasting room is the back end of the warehouse, open air and has a huge stage. At the back of the property is a field with a much larger stage for outdoor summer concerts. The taps are featured with their own beer, but they do carry a few select other beers. Had a great time chatting with the bartender as she told me about their different beers and their characteristics. You could tell she was really proud of their products and very knowledgable .My flight consisted of the Pisgah Pale (their flagship beer), Nitro Stout, Porter and Bastogne Gold (a Belgian Style). All of them were good. The stout was smoky with coffee notes. The Porter had a similar profile but much creamier and without an edge. The Pisgah Pale was so crisp, refreshing and drinkable. I could see how you could build a beer empire on that one!