Craft Beer Along the Appalachian Trail
Our pub serves fine craft beer sourced from breweries located along the AT.
Restaurant/Dining and Bar now closed until April 2023
It is one thing to explore the Appalachian Trail on foot, by bicycle, or other means of transit; but it’s quite another to experience the Trail through the lens of some of the best beer brewers in the region. At the Damascus Old Mill Inn, we have assembled a tour of the Appalachian region’s best brews, all available on tap for you to sample. From Johnson City’s Yee-Haw Dunkel and IPA, to the Get Bent Mountain IPA from Parkway Brewing in Salem, VA, you’ll find a selection (or several) that will transport you back to the verdant wilderness and striking ridgecrests that the Appalachian Trail is known for.
Our bartenders are happy to share some additional on-tap craft beer selections from some more northern Trail-adjacent regions, including New Hampshire, Vermont, and Maine.
For a complete listing of our latest Appalachian Trail craft beer selections, please view our bar menu — or, click to view a geographic listing of our carefully curated selections.
Allagash White Witbier
Smuttynose Brewing Company Hampton, NH
Old Brown Dog Ale
Long Trail Brewing Company Bridgewater Corners, VT
Long Trail Ale
Devil’s Backbone Brewing Company Roseland, VA
Parkway Brewing Company Salem, VA
Get Bent Mountain IPA
Wolf Hills Brewing Company Abingdon, VA
White Blaze Honey Cream Ale Creeper Trail Amber Ale
The Damascus Brewery Damascus, VA
Sweet Beaver Bimbo Blonde Ale Beaver Rage IPA
Yee-Haw Brewing Company Johnson City, TN
Yee-Haw Pale Ale Dunkel Lager
Green Man Brewing Asheville, NC
Green Man IPA Green Man Porter