First known for its award-winning cider, Bold Rock has now boldly (pun intended) inserted itself into the making of spirits, by distilling delicious grain-to-glass liquors such as bourbon, vodka, cinnamon apple, and spiced peach whiskey.
Once strictly a horse farm, this estate has now evolved into an agri-pub-style brewery and restaurant. Visitors can imbibe in the craft brews, take in the rural landscape, watch the horses, or go for a hike creating a memorable experience.-
Situated within Devils Backbone Basecamp you will find the distillery. Rich in atmosphere denoting urban steampunk, it is more intimate than its raucous brewpub neighbors. A perfect spot for a quiet sip of Virginia Pine Gin or Pear Brandy.
Come relax in the rural mountains of Roseland while sipping an award-winning craft cider. Bring a picnic and visit Bryant’s farm where you can take in the natural beauty, listen to live music and play a round of cornhole on the lawn.
Bold Rock may have started with humble beginnings but is now the Nation’s largest independently owned cider company. Here you can enjoy their award-winning cider and their most recent addition of hard tea, lemonade, and craft cocktails.
Start your day with Jefferson’s Montecillo then head next door to Carters Mountain where you will find Bold Rock’s satellite tap room. Here you can savor a refreshing hard cider, pick apples and take in the gorgeous mountain views.
Kombucha, fermented tea and sugar, is a fun tasting experience. Filled with pro-biotics, amino acids, and vitamin B there are many benefits to this unusual and delicious drink, especially with flavors like Elderflower Sunrise and Wild Pear.
Come check out this small neighborhood taproom, parent to the downtown location. Intimate and down to earth, in this brewhouse you are more likely to encounter friendly locals. Here you can enjoy a brew with traditional pub fare and snacks.
G’day Mate! Check out Nelson County’s newest Australian themed microbrewery. Wet your whistle with a Koala Kolsch or a Boomerang Berry brew. Wood fired pizza and BBQ are available on site to enjoy inside as well as outside.
More Brewery than a restaurant, this brewhouse lies at the edge of Nelson County. Here you can enjoy Mountain views and the same but limited great fair as its parent company with the addition of house-smoked meats.