When four friends founded Outer Banks Brewing Station in 2000, their concept was to create a restaurant serving exceptional house-brewed beer alongside a chef-driven menu that went well beyond basic pub fare.
With inviting indoor and outdoor bars, friendly longtime staff, fresh-brewed beers, an ever-evolving menu of high-quality food and near-daily live music, the Brew Pub, as it’s known, is a magnetic force for bringing people together.
Outer Banks Brewing Station, aka the BrewPub, is highly regarded for the quality of its beer and food, but it’s the owners’ commitment to community that’s landed their pub in the hearts of the locals.
From the food to the beer to the live music offerings, this place rolls with the times, always innovating, always setting the bar a little higher, always experimenting and surprising its patrons in the best possible ways.
You expect to find food in a microbrewery’s taproom, at the very least a salty pretzel to cleanse your palate between flights or a giant burger to help temper your beer buzz.
As one of the Outer Banks’ original breweries – and the nation’s first wind-powered brew pub – Outer Banks Brewing Station draws its fair share of beer lovers.
“It’s almost beer,” reads the red and white sign that once stood on the side of the bypass to announce the Outer Banks Brewing Station’s grand opening in March 2001 and that now continues to adorn the inner stairwell that leads to their mezzanine dining area. “That confused a lot of people at ...
A landmark establishment on the Outer Banks since 2001, locals and visitors alike all know the Brewing Station. It might be because it’s the first wind powered brew pub in America or because the eye catching building was modeled after the famed, turn-of-the century Kill Devil Hills lifesaving ...
Since it opened 16 years ago, the core philosophy behind Outer Banks Brewing Station has been innovation and evolution.