About the Brewery at Catawba Farms
Convenient to Catawba County residents and less than an hour from uptown Charlotte, yet a world away, the 34 acres of Catawba Farms provide the perfect setting for The Brewery at Catawba Farms.
On the property you'll find our tasting room, vineyard, picnic area, the Sunflower Market farm store, farm animals to interact with, fields to wander, as well as the historic Peacock Inn at Catawba Farms bed and breakfast.
Our tasting room experience features a guided, curated tasting of all of our beers. Besides a tasting, visitors may purchase beer by the glass, or growlers. Food prepared at the farm is available Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays.
The tasting room is in the Great Hall adjacent to the Peacock Inn. Enjoy a lodge-like atmosphere, complete with roaring fireplace in the winter months.
Goats, pigs, chickens, rabbits, a peacock named Henry and his family, a horse named Major Tom, a donkey and a zonkey, and five barn cats await visitors; the goats and pigs bring smiles to young and old alike, especially when a flat palm stretched toward them contains the feed we have available.
Guided tours of the property, including a walk through the brewing facility to learn about the beers we have brewed, are conducted on a regular basis. In addition, special tours and tastings are available by appointment. Please call us at 828-994-4766 to make arrangements. Also, if you are planning on bringing a large group, we ask that you please call ahead.
The Peacock Inn occupies the core of the old Sigmon farmhouse built in the late 1800's. Beautiful antiques abound but all rooms have been recently remodeled. It is a five bedroom facility with a large master bedroom and four upper rooms for your stay. Consider booking a room at the Inn to complete a memorable weekend.
The Brewery is easily accessible from US Highway 321 Business (Southwest Boulevard) in Newton, NC, across from Southside Park. Please enter slowly at 1670 Southwest Boulevard adjacent to the Peacock Inn, then look for signs directing you to plenty of free parking.
Big Edd's Revenge
A brown ale made with Old World hops with
hints of chocolate and coffee
Wheat, barley and corn with just enough hops
to make a well balanced American style ale.
Designed for those with a lighter palette.
Rye, wheat, barley and molasses, combined
with a mixture of Old World and modern
hops to bring you an ale you might find at
Roll in the Hay IPA
Just enough extra New Age hops to push
this one into IPA territory. If you like pale ales,
you will like this one.
Imagine a cherry cordial made with bittersweet chocolate and a hint of coffee. All flavors come from the malt and hops in this stout. Oh!— look for the sour cherry on the mid palate.
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Please help us keep The Brewery at Catawba Farms dog-friendly. Click the paw to toggle details:
- For health and sanitary reasons keep all dogs at least 10' from any food or tasting tables. Have a friend hold your dog outside while you are in the tasting room.
- All dogs must be on a leash — non-releasing/extending preferably.
- Take your dog for a walk before coming to the Brewery & Winery.
- Keep a bag on hand...just in case.
- Do not leave your dog unattended.
- Be sure your dog is "kid and people-friendly". The Brewery at Catawba Farms is attended by many families. Please be mindful of this.
- Please remember that not all people love or even like dogs.
If you bring a dog to the Brewery and it starts barking at customers, biting, or starts a snarl with other dogs, you will be asked to leave.
- You'll find our food trailer, Trey, conveniently located near the tasting room or near to our live music events and ready to serve up delicious food.
Check out our menu