Preyer Brewing

Located in downtown’s iconic Revolution Mill, Preyer Brewing is bringing the craft beer revolution to the Gate City. This hip brewery is housed in a former grist mill dating back to the late 1800s, blending historic architecture with modern amenities. Step inside Preyer’s inviting taproom and you’ll find a bustling community space brimming with character and, of course, delicious brews on tap. Preyer’s beer menu showcases an ever-rotating array of creations spanning IPAs, stouts, lagers and more. Local favorites include the crisp Belgian-style witbier and the juicy Cosmic Horizon IPA, but you’ll want to check their taplist often—these innovative brewers are always experimenting with new recipes. Pair your brew with snacks from Preyer’s food trucks or a cheeseboard from the kitchen. Those blessed Carolina sunshine vibes carry through to Preyer’s breezy outdoor beer garden, perfect for sipping cold ones with your squad when the weather’s beautiful.

Natty Greene’s Brewing Co.

As one of Greensboro’s pioneering craft breweries, the name Natty Greene’s has become synonymous with the local beer scene. Founded in 2004, this brewery has grown into a beloved institution with three locations across the Gate City area. You’ll find plenty of classic and seasonal brews on tap, from the crisp Buckshot Amber to the wildly popular Southern Roots Moroccan spiced brown ale. The original downtown brewpub location is housed in a former 1900s grocery store, offering a delightfully cozy, intimate ambiance oozing Southern hospitality. Here you can enjoy Natty Greene’s full menu of pub favorites alongside their acclaimed craft beers. Meanwhile, the brewery district location boasts an impressive 28 taps and a sprawling beer garden that’s an ideal sunny hangout. For large group events like birthday parties or corporate functions, check out the massive Natty Greene’s Mill location with multiple floors and plenty of event space.

Address: 345 S Elm St, Greensboro, NC 27401

Phone: 336-274-1373

Joymongers Brewing Co.

With a self-proclaimed mission to “Emjoymonger” the world, Joymongers is serious about spreading happiness through well-crafted beer. This award-winning brewery in the Greensboro suburb of Whitsett is known for creating an unparalleled variety of flavor-packed brews in unique styles. The taproom alone offers over 20 rotating taps with one-of-a-kind offerings like the fruited sours, milkshake IPAs, and bourbon barrel-aged stouts that have earned Joymongers national recognition. Before you even step foot inside, Joymongers’ bright, cheerful outdoor space sets the tone for a blissful beer experience. Think sun-drenched beer gardens, shaded arbors, and a family/pet-friendly atmosphere perfect for carefree weekend hangs. The industrial-chic indoor taproom and adjoining game room provide more fun with arcade cabinets and tabletop games. Just be sure to bring that competitive spirit—and your appetite for some of the best beer in Greensboro!

Address: 576 N Eugene St, Greensboro, NC 27401

Phone: 336-763-5255

Wise Man Brewing

For a laid-back local brewery where craft rules and pretension doesn’t, Wise Man Brewing has you covered. This chill no-frills spot in downtown Winston-Salem (about 30 minutes from Greensboro) specializes in traditional brewing techniques to create classic beer styles done right. Sip on an easy-drinking Pils or Blonde in the cozy taproom, or opt for hop-forward West Coast IPAs and roasty stouts when you’re craving those bold flavors. Wise Man’s family-friendly vibe, inclusive of four-legged crew members, makes it an ideal brewery for relaxed weekend hangs. Grab a picnic table on the outdoor patio and stay awhile with a pint and snacks from the rotating food trucks. If you’re rolling through with kids, there’s plenty of room for them to play bag toss or cornhole while the adults kick back. Wise Man keeps things fun and casual with trivia nights, running clubs, and even dog-friendly yoga sessions alongside their top-notch craft brews.

Address: 826 Angelo Bros Ave, Winston-Salem, NC 27101

Phone: 336-725-0008

Foothills Brewing

In business for over 15 years, Foothills Brewing is one of the most well-established and acclaimed breweries in North Carolina. This local legend got started in Winston-Salem before expanding their operations out to Greensboro and beyond. No matter which location you visit, you’ll find the same core Foothills brews that have earned the brand dozens of awards from the Great American Beer Festival and World Beer Cup. Foothills is best known for their hop-forward West Coast-style ales like the flagship Hoppyum IPA and the legendary Sexual Chocolate imperial stout. The Greensboro brewpub offers a cozy, wood-accented taproom and full kitchen menu to enjoy alongside pours of your favorite Foothills beers. Live music and trivia nights make this a lively hangout deep in the heart of the Gate City. For brewery tours and special VIP experiences, check out the original production brewery and tasting room over in Winston-Salem.

Gibb’s Hundred Brewing Co.

This hip farm brewery in rural Gibsonville (about 20 minutes from downtown Greensboro) is the perfect pastoral escape from the city. Housed in an early-1900s dairy barn, Gibb’s Hundred seamlessly blends its countryside scenery with modern Americana vibes. You’ll want to come thirsty, because this place pours some seriously tasty beers—everything from hop-forward West Coast IPAs to Kentucky bourbon barrel-aged stouts and mixed fermentation fruited sours. With plenty of indoor/outdoor space and regular food truck vendors, Gibb’s buzzes with a festival-like atmosphere every weekend. Claim a picnic table on the lawn, order up a crisp brew and Southern-inspired bites, and take in that fresh Piedmont breeze. Don’t miss Gibb’s awesome weekly events either, like bingo nights, outdoor movie screenings, and even goat yoga in the verdant pastures. It’s a truly one-of-a-kind brewery hangout!

Address: 504 State St, Greensboro, NC 27405

Phone: 336-763-7087

Fiddlin’ Fish Brewing Co.

Just a short drive from downtown Greensboro in Winston-Salem’s Ardmore neighborhood, Fiddlin’ Fish is one funky spot for craft beer. As their name suggests, this quirky brewery takes inspiration from coastal Carolina culture and classic Southern folk tunes. Groove to the bluesy beats and sip on offbeat beers that go far beyond traditional styles. Where else could you find tropically-inspired brews like a passionfruit Berliner weisse or a passionfruit, guava, and soursop milkshake IPA? This neighborhood brewery pours liquid creativity in a chill, laid-back environment perfect for leisurely hangouts. Spend an afternoon on the sunny patio or gather inside the cozy taproom decorated with coastal curios and colorful murals. Fiddlin’ Fish loves keeping things fresh, from their ever-changing beer selections to their rotation of food trucks and pop-ups. Even the vibe stays lively with live music (bluegrass, jazz, folk—you name it) and regular events like painting parties.

Address: 772 Trade St NW, Winston-Salem, NC 27101

Phone: 336-999-8945

Take A Party Bus to Visit Any Brewery!

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