Chef Pok Raises the Bar on Tavern Faire

The artist comes in many forms and to limit the idea of creativity to visual arts, the written word or music is to ignore the full spectrum of the human experience. Pok Choeichom (Chef Pok, is much easier to say) has been creating edible masterpieces at the Outer Banks Brewing Station since it opened in […]

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How long will we have to wait tomorrow at 7:30?

That question ranks with our other favorites, “How do I get to the beach?”  “Where’s your wind turbine?” and “How far apart are the mile posts?”.  While we sometimes  joke that our crystal ball into the future is broken, the answer to the will-you-be busy-question this time of year is an emphatic YES! The Outer […]

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The Pub hits the Great American Beer Festival for the first time

Talk about a beer geek’s dream: 3 days, 580 breweries, 2700 beers being poured, and 50,000 people!! Insanity!  Our little pub on the end of the earth was chosen to pour in the brewpub pavilion which took 24 brewpubs from around the country and placed them smack dab in the center of the madness.  We […]

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Duck and Wine Festival Victory and Cooking Demo

Well it’s that busy time of Spring before we actually get Summer busy!  On Saturday April 27, Chef Pok with a helping hand from versatile line cook Woody managed to bring home the Best Dish award from the Duck and Wine festival in Duck North Carolina.  The field was competitive with pushing 30 restaurants involved […]

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Volcom Bartender of the year for Outer Banks Brewing Station!!

Congrats to our surfing slinger of fine brewing station brews, Scott Smith, for being chosen as Volcom East’s Bartender of the Year!!  Not only can Scott speak surf with the brahs  but he’s got enough ink on his body to make a merchant marine jealous!  Kudos to Scott for always having a drink ready and a […]

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Fuller Disclosure, (a brewers’ brain explained)

I didn’t say full disclosure, Fuller Disclosure LemonGrass Wheat Ale is a perennial work in progress; it was one of the first beer recipes I created back in California at the Bison Brewing Company in 1993.  The concept followed from my observation that a lot of people enjoy putting lemon in their Hefeweizen, even though it […]

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LemonGrass Wheat Ale at the Great American Beer Festival, Denver, Colorado

Great American Beer Festival OUTER BANKS BREWING STATION from Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina will pour LemonGrass Wheat Ale in the Pavillion at the Great American Beer Festival in Denver, Colorado. This will be the first time the Outer Banks Brewing Station has attended GABF. In attendance will be: Aubrey Davis & Eric Reece (brewery […]

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World Beer Cup bronze medal for Outer Banks Brewing Station

Our brew master, Scott Meyer and his team of brewers went to The World Beer Cup on May 1, 2012, and ended up taking a bronze medal with the Vitis Reductus Weisse. Our Vitis Reductus Weisse, which fell in the category of a German-Style Sour Ale, took third place! Way to go Scott and Adam! […]

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