Where to Find Us

We don't officially open until the end of 2012, but we're choosing a few select events in the meantime for folks to come say "hi" and try out our beer as we work hard behind the scenes to get everything set up for our Grand Opening later this year.

You can find us participating at the following events (note that some events may not be available to the general public — check the event websites or email us for more information).

August 28, 2012: Alamance Chamber "Business After Hours" at Randolph Bank | Burlington, NC
What We're Pouring: We're planning to bring a few of our favorites for our fellow members of the Alamance Chamber of Commerce—check back soon for more details!
About the Event: Join us for Business After Hours networking and beverages. Randolph Bank is throwing their End of Summer Beach Bash! Come out and listen to music, meet new people and celebrate the last days of summer.
Event Website: Event Page on the Chamber Website

May 26, 2012: The NC Hops & Roots Festival | Shakori Hills, Pittsboro, NC
What We're Pouring: A keg of our Cotton Pickin' Farmhouse IPA, brewed with a blend of 2-Row, Pilsen and Caramel malts, fermented with our house Belgian yeast for a punchy, fruity backbone and liberally dosed throughout the boil with Nugget, Columbus & Amarillo hops! We're also bringing a keg of our Licorice Root Chocolate Stout, which we brought to last fall's Hops & Roots Festival and got great feedback on! It's brewed with cocoa powder, lactose and real licorice and sassafras root for a creamy, complex rich stout you won't soon forget!
(Note that our beer will be located in the volunteer tent, and will only be available for volunteers and bands at the festival, so as not to take away from the great NC breweries that will be on-site selling pints of fantastic NC beer... go grab a pint from Fullsteam, Lone Rider, Carolina Brewery or Foothills, then come on over to see us and say HI!) 
About the Event: Howdy friends... the next NC Hops & Roots Festival is on!! It will be May 26th, 2012 at the Shakori Hills Community Arts Center!! Plan on spending the weekend at this family friendly celebration of local beer, local wine, local farms, local food, and of course, top-notch music!
Event Website: Details on Facebook

June 16, 2012: Turtle Pants Farms Fundraiser | Pittsboro, NC
What We're Pouring: Details coming soon!
About the Event: Turtle Pants Farm is a small North Carolina farm and non-profit in rural Chatham County. The farm operates as an all-species rescue taking in, vetting, rehabilitating and re-homing animals of various species and backgrounds, with the belief that all animals deserve a caring, loving forever home.
Event Website: Details on Facebook

June 23, 2012: Hops N Vines: A Beer & Wine Tasting to Benefit the NC Zoo | Asheboro, NC
What We're Pouring: Details coming soon!
About the Event: Join us at the African entrance to the North Carolina Zoo to taste some of the Piedmont's best beers and wines. Proceeds will support an upcoming conference for the American Association of Zookeepers. The evening includes music (Rob Altadonna and Red Mojo); heavy hors d'oeuvres; and soda, water and tea.

June 30, 2012: It's a Smoky Independence Day Celebration! | Raleigh, NC
What We're Pouring: We're bringing a keg of a special Smoked Saison Brett, made with locally-grown 2-row that we smoked over apple & cherry wood chips with Clayton, NC's Deep River Brewing Company. We're also bringing a keg of our fan-favorite Sweet Tyree Sweet Tea Saison
About the Event: We're teaming up with Deep River Brewing, Redneck Scientific and Bottle Revolution for an Independence Day party you won't want to miss! On Saturday, June 30th, we're hosting the mother of all 4th of July parties, pairing our smoked beers with local BBQ, a watermelon-carving contest, tons of great people and one heck of an awesome holiday party!
Event Website: Details on Facebook

March 17, 2012: The Brewer's Kettle | High Point, NC
What We're Pouring: A cask of our Cotton Pickin' Farmhouse IPA, never before poured in public, brewed with a blend of 2-Row, Pilsner and Caramel malts, fermented with our house Belgian yeast for a punchy, fruity backbone and liberally dosed throughout the boil with Nugget, Columbus and Amarillo hops! And just in case that's not enough, we're dry-hopping it in the cask with whole leaf Citra and Amarillo hops!
About the Event: Join Haw River Farmhouse Ales at our first public tasting in the Triad! We're bringing a firkin of our Cotton Pickin' Farmhouse IPA to The Brewer's Kettle, High Point's best craft beer store! From 3pm-6pm on Saturday, March 17th, come by to say hi, try a free sample of our beer, peruse the shelves at The Brewer's Kettle and take home a few bottles of your favorite North Carolina beer! We'll see you there!
Event Website: Details on Facebook

December 22, 2011: Bottle Revolution | Raleigh, NC
What We're Pouring: Both Festivus celebration exclusives, never before poured in public: Airing of Grievances (a sour, roasty, spicy Winter Brown Ale) and Feats of Strength (a smoked Belgian-style dubbel)
About the Event: Join Haw River Farmhouse Ales at Bottle Revolution on Thursday, December 22nd, from 4:30 to 7:30 for a grand Festivus celebration! We got a lotta problems with you people, and now you're gonna hear about it! We also have our very own custom-made aluminum Festivus pole (very high strength-to-weight ratio, of course) that will be on display at Bottle Revolution from Monday 12/12 through Monday 12/19. We're asking our fans and friends to come by Bottle Revolution during this time to drop off an unwrapped child's toy that will be donated to The Salvation Army of Wake County's Angel Tree program this Christmas season. For every toy you bring by, you'll receive a raffle ticket for our special event on the 22nd of December, where we'll draw one winner to receive our Festivus pole at the end of the evening, complete with a fancy-hinged wooden crate base chock'abilly full of all kinds of goodies donated from local breweries, bars and bottle shops! It's a Festivus miracle! Event Website: Our Festivus Celebration details on Facebook

December 3, 2011: The Beer Dispensary | Apex, NC
What We're Pouring: Wild Black Saison (a specially brewed cask of our Wild Black Saison, a chocolate, tart version of a traditional farmhouse ale that's pitch-black in color and a little funky on the palate)
About the Event: Come on out to celebrate The Beer Dispensary's one year anniversary! This will not only be a great chance to come out and celebrate with Beer Dispensary owner Tim Overcash, but an awesome chance to help the VERY local community by donating a few cans or packaged goods to the Western Wake Crisis Ministry. We will be collecting nonperishable food items for the Western Wake Crisis Ministry (www.wwcm.org). They provide a helping hand to the Apex & Holly Springs, NC community. It just so happens that their office is located right next door to The Beer Dispensary (told you it was super local!) and our event is just in time to help folks for the holidays! Come by, bring a few food items, and get a chance to taste some great beer.

October 24, 2011: Rockfish Seafood Grill | Durham, NC
What We're Pouring: Winter Harvest Dark Saison (A seasonal specialty from Haw River Farmhouse Ales using pilsner, munich and abbey malts, a little flaked rye and our Belgian Saison yeast. Our recipe includes pumpkin, butternut squash, sweet potatoes and acorn squash from a host of NC farms through Eastern Carolina Organics in Pittsboro and clover honey from Cane Mountain Farms in Graham. We also spice it just a little at the end of the boil with fresh-ground nutmeg, ginger, cinnamon and allspice. Finishing just a little sweeter than a traditional saison, this version weighs in at 6.9% abv and has been specially brewed for Rockfish Seafood Grill's "Casks for a Cure" fundraising event with an ounce or two of American oak chips steeped for a month in Maker's Mark bourbon.)
About the Event: Rockfish Seafood Grill will be hosting Casks for a Cure. This event will feature casks from three not yet open NC Craft Breweries donated in support of a great cause! Use #casksforacure on Twitter to tweet about and keep up with updates about this event. Here are the details: $10 Donation to enter... All proceeds go towards Susan G. Komen for a Cure... Each attendee will receive a T-shirt and gain access to three casks from not yet open NC craft breweries: Haw River Farmhouse Ales, Mystery Brewing, & Steel String Brewing.

September 15, 2011: Bottle Revolution | Raleigh, NC
What We're Pouring: Rusted Plow Farmhouse Saison (A cask-conditioned, dry-hopped version of our flagship Farmhouse Saison. We use local sourwood honey in the boil, along with Belgian pilsner, wheat and acidulated malts. This "wild" version of our Rusted Plow is fermented with three different Belgian yeasts, for a complex, funky, fruity backbone, then dry-hopped with a few ounces of Sorachi Ace hops, for a grassy, lemony finish.)
About the Event: Bottle Revolution is so very close to opening the doors (yeah, we actually have three of 'em). As a thank you for your support and encouragement, we would like to invite you to a private tasting (with the help of the good folks at RA Jeffreys and Raleigh's LoneRider Brewery). We also like a good cause... so... here's the "dealio": Thursday, September 15th, from 4:30p-7:30p. For a $3 donation (with all proceeds to go to the SPCA of Wake County) you'll receive a ticket to taste a fantastic variety of brews!!! Wait! There's More! Meet Ben Woodward, owner of soon-to-open Haw River Farmhouse Ales. Ben is a great friend of The Revolution (and rumor is: he might have a little sumpin' sumpin' special for you to taste as well).
Event Website: bottlerevolution.com

We're also working with a few of the soon-to-open bottle shops and great beer bars in and around the Raleigh/Durham/Chapel Hill area to host tasting events, so stay tuned for more details!