West Virginia September 16, 2019
The Farm In West Virginia That’s Home To Screech Owl Brewery And The Spent Grain Cafe
There are plenty of places in West Virginia to grab an ice-cold brew and a bite to eat. But there’s something special about going straight to the source with a visit to a local brewery. Head to the mountains of the small community of Cuzzart and you’ll discover a craft brewery and cafe that’s worth the journey.
Preston County's oldest craft beer brewery is a destination in the mountains of Cuzzart that's worth visiting. Screech Owl Brewery is home to authentic hand-crafted beer that the local community and beyond has come to love.
The beer is unfiltered and unpasteurized brewed in the old-school style of a small farm brewery. The small batch production guarantees high quality in their more than half a dozen featured flavors plus seasonal offerings.
The cheerful taproom on the farm gives you an opportunity to try these small-batch creations out for yourself. Sample a flight or settle in with a pint.
The family-friendly space has both indoor and outdoor seating where you can kick back and enjoy a brew. And when you get the munchies...
The Spent Grain Cafe offers delicious home-cooked fare that is made to be enjoyed with beer!
Find juicy made-to-order burgers, slow-cooked pulled pork BBQ, and a tasty fried bologna sandwich alongside other casual brewery food.
Loaded pizzas, pepperoni rolls, and plenty of desserts will keep everyone in your crowd happy and full.
The next time you're craving a cold one, head to Screech Owl Brewing and The Spent Grain Cafe, the all-in-one farm destination for great beer and food.
Visit the Screech Owl Brewery And The Spent Grain Cafe Wednesday - Friday from 1 p.m. - 8 p.m. and Saturday 11:30 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. The kitchen closes at 7 p.m. For more information, check out their
Address: 2323 Ralph Livengood Road, Bruceton Mills, WV 26525
Do you have a taste for craft beer? Check out more of the Mountain State’s fantastic breweries