Hurricane Dorian Fundraiser a Success!

Sunday’s fundraiser was a huge success – $5500 raised – Thank You OBX! In less than a week we put together a fundraiser to raise money for the Outer Banks Community Foundation in support of Ocracoke and Hatteras.

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Brewery Tours

Take a tour of our small brewery and learn the ins and outs of the brewing process and the inner workings of our unique little brewery on a sand bar.

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No Reservations….(or Dogs)

Summer on the Outer Banks is a great time of year, but also a busy, busy time. We do not take reservations this time of year and therefore take care of our guests on a first come, first served basis. Generally, the earlier the better but the wait often begins around 5:30 pm. We field phone calls […]

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OBX Brewing Station – First Restaurant to be Named Ocean Friendly Establishment

Plastic Ocean Project has teamed up with Surfrider OBX Chapter with an initiative to recognize local businesses for their efforts in curbing the “single-use plastics” used in their establishments. Over 500 million straws, enough to fill 127 school buses, are used every day in the USA for only a few minutes. Eventually, most of these straws end up in our oceans. So please skip the straw!

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Bartender’s Brunch Every Sunday

Bartender’s Brunch is every Sunday starting at 11:30 am and going till 3pm. Come and enjoy one of the best brunches on the beach. If you haven’t tried it yet then you’re missing out. Bloody Marys, Mimosas and MANmosas are available at 12pm on Sunday. Check out the Brunch Menu here.

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THE BREWING STATION ON THE HAMPTON ROADS SHOW 2016

Since the Wavy TV website does not serve content over a secure connection, please visit their page to see the video: Outer Banks Brewing Station on the Hampton Roads Show There’s an exciting season brewing at the Outer Banks Brewing Station in Kill Devil Hills, and we’re not just talking about their hand-crafted beers and […]

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OBX Brewtag 2016 – Sat, Oct 22

At OBX Brewtäg, contestants will be competing to see who can launch and fly an empty 1/6 keg barrel the furthest at the home of flight. The cost to compete is only $25, and the sky is the limit as to how creative your homemade flying contraption can be!

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