Four Saints Brewing – Did you know that when you drink beer you’re actually…

Come and visit us at the taproom located at

218 S. Fayetteville St.
Asheboro, NC 27203

Hours of Operation:
Monday:       CLOSED
Tuesday:       CLOSED
Wednesday:  6:30p-10p
Thursday:      4p-10p
Friday:           3p – 11p
Saturday:       2p – 11p
Sunday:         1p -9p
Please contact us with any questions or comments:

(336) 610-FSBC


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Come and visit us at the taproom located at

218 S. Fayetteville St.
Asheboro, NC 27203

Hours of Operation:
Monday:       CLOSED
Tuesday:       CLOSED
Wednesday:  6:30p-10p
Thursday:      4p-10p
Friday:           3p – 11p
Saturday:       2p – 11p
Sunday:        1p – 9p
Please contact us with any questions or comments:

(336) 610-FSBC



Friday, April 20 @ 5:30p
  • Market & Music – Commerce Square Park (Randleman)
Friday, April 20 @ 4:00p
Saturday, April 21 @ 12:00p
Thursday, April 26 @ 5:30p
Friday, April 27 @ 4:00p
Saturday, April 28 @ 12:00p
Friday, May 4 @ 5:30p
  • Market & Music – Commerce Square Park (Randleman)
Friday, May 11 @ 5:00p
Saturday, May 12 @ 12:00p
Saturday, May 12 @ 4:00p

In case you’ve missed the awesome news…

Four Saints Brewing Company has joined the Crowler movement.

What is a Crowler? 

The idea behind the beer crowler is similar to that off the growler, except it is in a can form. A crowler is a 32-ounce aluminum canused to package craft beers and allow people to transport them home.

Or, more simply, a big ass can.

Why change over to Crowlers?

  1. AirTight Seal – The airtight seal formed by the canning machine means that carbonation is not allowed to seep out of the can as it sits in your fridge or as you travel. Glass growlers do not seal perfectly, so you can always count on losing some carbonation as time passes. The crowler solves this problem for you.
  2. Keeping Light Out – Light has a negative effect on the flavor of craft beers. The crowler is made of solid aluminum that reflects UV rays and heat.
  3. Keeping Things Fresh – The ultimate result is that your craft beer stays fresher longer. You no longer have to worry about drinking all the beer within a day or two to keep it from going flat.
  4. Convenience – Finally, there is a certain amount of convenience about the crowler that you simply can’t get with a growler. It allows you to bring your beer home from the local brewery and drink it on your own time. It can withstand the pressures of traveling with ease, and you don’t have to worry about washing it. Since it is an aluminum can, it can travel to places that typically don’t allow glass containers – beaches, parks, and other venues that beer pairs well with. Plus, once empty, the crowler can be crushed to minimize the size for ease of transport out of places like parks and beaches.

A Few Words from the Saints

NC Beer Month is upon us. We’ve got a lot of great offsite events happening in the Triad and in the Triangle all throughout the month. Here at the brewery, we’re bringing in some of our favorite bands and doing what we do best – serving up Great Beer for Great People. A lot of our focus is going towards this:
More info can be found HERE
Also, a special Three Year Anniversary newsletter will be sent out soon.
Our Great Beer for Great People is ready for you to enjoy, as always and we look forward to seeing you here, in the taproom, so we can express our love and appreciation for you this week.

Cheers, and thank you,

The Four Saints Family
Click below to see what’s currently
ON TAP at the taproom:


Beers in Production

We have a board at the brewery to let people know what beers we are currently working on. It’s just dawned on us to share those beers here, too.

Stainless Fermentation

  • Anolis Mexican Lager
  • That’s the Way It Gose German Tart Wheat
  • Saints on High Double New England IPA
  • Hefeweizen German Wheat Ale

Barrel Fermentation/Aging

  • Exile on Worth Street Brett IPA
  • El Paladín Tequila Barrel Aged Mexican Lager
  • That’s a Tasty Beverage BA English Barleywine
  • P&P Barrel Aged American Barleywine

Next Beers for Canning 

  • Saints On High New England Double IPA
  • That’s the Way It Gose German Tart Wheat
  • El Paladín Tequila Barrel Aged Mexican Lager

Click here to visit
the Calendar of Events on our website.


Wednesday, April 18
SPECIAL taproom hours (6:30pm-10pm)

the taproom will open to the public at 
6:30 pm.


  • Come to the taproom Wednesday night to try our Devil’s Advocate series. Try a NEW, limited run Four Saints’ beer that may only be on tap this ONE TIME.
Clap Your Hands Dry Hopped Sour
A Collaboration Beer with Bottle & Can
  • This week’s Devil’s Advocate keeps us in the sour realm. A collaboration beer with Bottle & Can here in Asheboro, this kettle sour was dry hopped with Cascade and Citra hops. It’s so good it’s sure to make you clap your hands.
Tentative Devil’s Advocates
  • April  25 – Ashlandia Fruited Kettle Sour
  • May 2 – Dry Hopped Saison

RUN CLUB @ 5:30p

  • Sponsored by Randolph Health
  • Social exercise at its finest, starting at 5:30p.

FOOD TRUCK @ 5:00p
King- Queen Haitian Cuisine

Thursday, April 19
Regular taproom hours (4 pm-10 pm)

THEME TRIVIA @ 7:00 pm

  • Guest Host: The Piedmont Triad Regional Council
  • Prizes! Giveaways! Gift Cards!
  • Categories: Name that (Water) Character – Local Water Facts – Water Fun – Water Music (songs w/ water themed titles/lyrics)
    • Teams of up to SIX people (single players permitted)
    • Weekly prize(s) for winning team!
    • 2 rounds, 15 questions each round


  • April 26 – Team Trivia
    • Games w/ Nets – Hogwarts Houses – Cocktails – The Elements – Randomness
  • May 3 – Theme Trivia
    • How Well Do You Know Four Saints Brewing Company?
      • FSBC focused trivia – history, quirks, beer, and more
  • May 10 – Team Trivia
    • Birds of a Feather – May Flowers – Lawn Games – Summer Season (name the movie with Summer in the title) – Random

Third Thursday Jam @ 8:00 pm

An Ol’ fashioned jam session. Bring your skills, talents, and instruments to join in the musical merrymaking! Or, just come on by to listen to amazing talents of those who have.
Friday, April 19
Regular taproom hours (3pm-11pm)

Casey Noel
A little blues, country, folk, classics, and some originals on acoustic guitar-come join Casey Noel in a wonderful atmosphere with awesome people for a fun-filled evening of music.
You can follow Casey at: Casey Noel
Saturday, April 21
Regular taproom hours (2pm-11pm)

FOOD TRUCK @ 6:00 pm 
Porterhouse Burger Truck


Robert Mabe
Robert Mabe is a stellar banjo player, singer/songwriter, from the hills of North Carolina.

As a young banjo player in North Carolina, Robert had the opportunity to learn from and perform with many great bluegrass and old-time banjo players as the area was, and still is, a hotbed of musicians.

His unique style covers a wide range of music from straight-ahead bluegrass to jazz, Irish, and roots music.

Sunday, April 22
Regular Taproom Hours (1 pm – 9 pm)


FOOD TRUCK @ 5 pm 
Smokehouse Bistro

CINEMA SUNDAY @ 6:30 pm 

Baseball season is upon us. So, that means it’s time for a good baseball movie. A League of Their Own is just that. A movie about the game, about relationships, and about what makes a great team tick. And remember, “There’s no crying in the brewhouse!”
Please share with everyone you know because…

it’ll hopefully spread some cheer. 

Cheers, and Thank You!