Views and Brews
List Of West Virginia Brewpubs & Hikes
(Grayed out pubs are no longer brewing or closed, and unless you've already been there when they were brewing, no longer count)

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Brewpub Name
Pub Date
Hike 1
 Date 1
Hike 2
 Date 2
Morgantown Brewing ___/___/___ Decker Creek Rail Trail ___/___/___ TBD
Mountain State Brewing ___/___/___ Elakala to Yellow Birch Trail Loop ___/___/___ TBD ___/___/___
North End Tavern - Parkersburg ___/___/___ North Bend Rail Trail ___/___/___ TBD ___/___/___
Wheeling Brewing Company
___/___/___ TBD ___/___/___ TBD ___/___/___
Chestnut Brew Works - Morgantown ___/___/___ Coopers Rock State Forest ___/___/___ TBD ___/___/___
Berkeley Springs ___/___/___ Berkeley Springs State Park ___/___/___ TBD ___/___/___
Dobra Zupas - Beckley ___/___/___ New River Gorge ___/___/___ TBD ___/___/___
Parkersburg Brewing ___/___/___ Fort Boreman Park  ___/___/___ TBD ___/___/___
Stumptown Ales - Davis ___/___/___ Canaan Valley State Park ___/___/___ TBD ___/___/___
Town Run Brewing - Shepardstown ___/___/___ Antietam National Battlefield ___/___/___ TBD ___/___/___
Bad Shepherd Brewing - Charlestown ___/___/___ Kanawha State Forest ___/___/___ TBD ___/___/___
The Freefolk Brewery - Fayetteville ___/___/___ Hawk's Nest State Park ___/___/___ TBD ___/___/___
Old Spruce Brewing - Snowshoe  ___/___/___ Cass Scenic RR State Park ___/___/___ TBD ___/___/___
The Peddler - Huntington ___/___/___ Beech Fork State Park ___/___/___ TBD ___/___/___
North Branch Pub ___/___/___Dans Mountain State Park___/___/___Savage River State Forest___/___/___
'========= below here are closed ======
Charlestown Brewing Company Closed ___/___/___ Kanawha State Forest ___/___/___ ___/___/___
Lost River Brewing x ___/___/___ Wolf Gap Recreation Area ___/___/___ ___/___/___
Blackwater Brewing  ___/___/___ Canaan Blackwater - Limerock Trail ___/___/___ ___/___/___

Directions are usually the best effort we could come up with using Mapquest or Google Maps from the hike (or near by) to the Brewpub.  If you are not sure about something, look at the web sites for the various hikes or Brewpubs.

If you can't find the exact hike we mention, or you're not up for the hike we list, that's ok!  Just go for a walk of at least 1 mile.  Then when you've worked up a good thirst, go and enjoy a great beer!   One of the hikes is usually around 1-3 miles and more or less flat.  The other hike is usually 3-8 miles and may have some altitude gain.   Do whichever one you're more comfortable with.  It also helps to call ahead to see if the Pub (and sometimes the park!) is open when you want to go there.

If you want to send us a few pictures of your hikes, or brewpubs you've visited, that would be great too!

As of this writing, there are 15 brewpubs in this state.  If you discover a new Brewpub (a place that brews their own beer on premises) that we haven't listed yet, or you discover that one has stopped brewing, or if you have any other questions,