🎶If you heard Laurel, we have beer for you. If you heard Yanny, you’re wrong but we also have beer for you.🎶

Come and visit us at the taproom located at

218 S. Fayetteville St.
Asheboro, NC 27203

Hours of Operation:
Monday:       CLOSED
Tuesday:        4p – 10p
Wednesday:  4p – 10p
Thursday:      4p -10p
Friday:           3p – 11p
Saturday:       2p – 11p
Sunday:         1p -9p

Please contact us with any questions or comments:

Phone:
(336) 610-FSBC

Email:
mattk@foursaintsbrewing.com
joel@foursaintsbrewing.com


BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND!
The Original (and updated) Halo T-shirt will be available in the Taproom, while supplies last. Also available in ladies cut. 
Cheers to Three Years
t-shirts available in the taproom,
while supplies last. 

What is a Crowler? 

The idea behind the beer crowler is similar to that of the growler, except it is in a can form. A crowler is a 32-ounce aluminum can used 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.
  2. Keeping Light Out – 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.
  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.

CANS AVAILABLE
at THE TAPROOM

Summertime Brews Festival 2018 tickets are ON SALE
in the Taproom.
Ask bartenders for details.

Come and visit us at the taproom located at

218 S. Fayetteville St.
Asheboro, NC 27203

Hours of Operation:
Monday:       CLOSED
Tuesday:        4p – 10p
Wednesday:  4p – 10p
Thursday:      4p -10p
Friday:           3p – 11p
Saturday:       2p – 11p
Sunday:         1p -9p

Please contact us with any questions or comments:

Phone:
(336) 610-FSBC

Email:
mattk@foursaintsbrewing.com
joel@foursaintsbrewing.com

A Few Words from the Saints

We hear ‘Great Beer for Gret People’. But, of course, we could be brainwashed. Or biased. Or trying to win brownie points. What exactly are brownie points? Do they get you brownies? Mmmm…brownies would be great right now. I mean…um…I…come get some beer!


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
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Click below to see what’s currently
ON TAP at the taproom:

WHAT’S ON TAP?

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

  • St. Wenceslaus Bohemian Pilsener
  • Omie Blonde Ale
  • Genesis Belgian Dubbel
  • Kölsch-style German Beer
  • Fisher, Wainman, and Winn IPL

Barrel Fermentation/Aging

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

TAPROOM EVENTS

TUESDAY, May 22
REGULAR taproom hours (4pm-10pm)



TACO TUESDAYS w/ Taco Estrella

Wednesday, May 23
REGULAR taproom hours (4pm-10pm)


DEVIL’S ADVOCATE

  • 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.
Kitchen Talk Strawberry Basil Gose
A That’s the Way It Gose German Tart Wheat variant
  • Some of the most important and relevant conversations happen in the in the kitchen. This is also where Kristen and Sam brainstormed this Gose variant. Like most kitchen convos you’ll find some sweetness and some spice that complements the tartness of life.
Tentative Devil’s Advocates
  • May 30 – TBA

FUN RUN MEETUP

Sponsored by Randolph Health
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Thursday, May 24
Regular taproom hours (4 pm-10 pm)


Food Truck @ 5 pm


Team Trivia @ 7 pm

  • Teams of up to SIX people (single players permitted)
  • Weekly prize(s) for winning team!
  • 2 rounds, 15 questions each round

UPCOMING:

  • May 24 – Team Trivia Season XII Begins
    • random, just desserts, movies that make you cry (90’s and newer), table games, dog breeds
  • May 31 – Baseball Trivia w/ Travis Trotter
Friday, May 25
REGULAR Taproom Hours (3 pm – 11 pm)


FOOD TRUCK @ 5 pm 


LIVE MUSIC, NO COVER
 

Saturday, May 26
Regular taproom hours (2pm-11pm)


LIVE MUSIC, NO COVER
Sunday, May 27
REGULAR Taproom Hours (1 pm – 9 pm)


$1 OFF ALL FULL POURS ALL DAY



CINEMA SUNDAY @ 6:30 pm

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it might make someone smile. 

Cheers, and Thank You!