Four Saints Brewing Company In Asheboro Announces Location On Anniversary Of Prohibition End

12:07 PM, Dec 6, 2012   |    comments
  • Four Saints Brewing founders Andrew Deming and Joel McClosky. Courtesy Four Saints Brewing.
  • 218 S Fayetteville St. in downtown Asheboro will house the company's first microbrewery. Courtesy Four Saints Brewing.
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Asheboro, NC -- Asheboro's first brewing company has determined the location of their microbrewery.

Four Saints Brewing Company made the announcement on Wednesday, the 79th anniversary of the end of Prohibition. With plans to open in 2013, the location is set for 218 S Fayetteville St. in the downtown area.

Founders Andrew Deming and Joel McClosky began brewing several years ago; first on a kitchen stove of their small apartment, then they moved into a garage more than a year ago when their operation got serious.

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Four Saints Brewing has set milestones, not only for their title as the first brewery in Asheboro, the company became the most successful Kickstarter campaign for a brewery. Through the crowd-funding site they raised $52,375 with 263 backers, $7,000 more than their original goal of $45,000.

The brewing company specializes in craft beers from stouts to IPAs and Hefeweizens.

Asheboro legalized  alcohol sales in July 2008.


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