The North Carolina Mountains

We’ve compiled the best of the best in The North Carolina Mountains - browse our top choices for the top things to see or do during your stay.

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  • 1. 185 King Street

    Part music venue, part burger joint, part nano-brewery, this Lumberyard Arts District destination serves as a hub of local culture. Bluegrass, blues, and soul bands play the intimate stage most nights. The pilsners, lagers, and barleywines at in-house Noblebräu Brewing are among the state's best.

    185 King St., Brevard, North Carolina, 28712, USA

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  • 2. Mountain Layers Brewing Company

    Mountain Layers has a cozy bar on the first floor and a larger space on the second floor, plus a rooftop deck with nice views of the mountains. It serves its own ales, porters, and stouts, and there's often a food truck parked out back.

    90 Everett St., Bryson City, North Carolina, 28713, USA
  • 3. Boojum Brewery Taproom

    Six-packs of Boojum are ubiquitous in beer aisles across the region for good reason—they brew some of the state's most creative and flavorful ales. Their downtown taproom serves next-level pub grub, including vegetarian options like Korean BBQ maple-soy tempeh tacos. Downstairs, The Gem bar has pool tables and foosball, plus a weekly schedule of karaoke, trivia, and live music.

    50 N. Main St., Waynesville, North Carolina, 28786, USA

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  • 4. Frog Level Brewing Company

    The large comfortable tasting room at Waynesville's original brewery shows off with exposed brick and natural wood accents. In warm weather, the outdoor seating by the creek draws a crowd. There's a busy schedule of live music and yoga classes.

    56 Commerce St., Waynesville, North Carolina, 28786, USA
  • 5. Innovation Station

    Name your brewery Innovation and you'd better hold yourself to high standards. This Jackson County staple exceeds expectations with seasonal delights like a beet and basil saison. There are three locations—Innovation Station in Dillsboro, the original brewery in Sylva, and an outpost in Cullowhee. In Dillsboro, the Tuckasegee River runs directly under the porch, so sipping comes with a view. There's usually a food truck in the parking lot. 

    40 Depot St., Dillsboro, North Carolina, 28779, USA
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  • 6. Heinzelmännchen Brewery

    Closed Permanently

    Heinzelmännchen is a helpful gnome found in the Black Forest of Germany, and this brewery in downtown Sylva specializes in altbeer, a style of light beer brewed in the warmer areas of Germany. Beer in growlers and kegs sold at the brewery.

    545 Mill St., Sylva, North Carolina, 28779, USA

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