This August 21, 2017, something amazing will happen. A total solar eclipse will sweep over the nation from Oregon to South Carolina. For a few short minutes, the regions along the eclipse path will witness totality; a phenomenal experience in which the moon’s shadow temporarily blocks out the sun, making… read more →
Here the brewer is testing the pH of the mash in today’s brew. A pH of of 5.2 is ideal in the mash because it helps improve enzyme activity while converting starched to sugar. Beyond the mash, the pH also improves yeast health during fermentation, inhibits bacteria growth, improves hop… read more →
Come see us in High Point on May 13th! Junction 311 is proud to host the 3rd annual Carolina Brewsfest Craft Beer Festival in High Point, NC on May 13, 2017. This event is a celebration of North Carolina’s exciting and rapidly growing craft brewing community and our state’s great beer! The Carolina… read more →
The Brewers created a monster today. In about a month we will see a BIG beer, the biggest one yet!
Today, our Brewers transferred beer from our fermentor into a Buffalo Trace bourbon barrel. We plan to release its contents for our one year anniversary on January 1st, 2017. Stay tuned!
Come join us for the BBQ & Brews event train! May 28 and August 20, 2016 @Great Smoky Mountain Railroad in Bryson City, NC. We will be serving up three of our beers as well as our root beer! Click Here For Details!
We received our fermentation vessels Friday afternoon! These vessels will store the mixture of the four major ingredients used to make beer, allowing the yeast to do their job of converting sugar to alcohol and CO2. Our brew house features a 1-barrel brewing system with six 3-barrel fermentation vessels. That’s over… read more →
Today we received our 2,000+ lb handmade brick oven. It literally took the village to help us move it. We would like to thank the following people for all their help: Michael Rodeck, Margaret Deluna, Andrew Deluna, Bertha Guffey, Thomas Rodeck, Matt Flaig, John Miller, and James Ellis. We couldn’t… read more →