Eric and Aubrey had the goal of creating a restaurant that was also very involved in the community. Outer Banks Brewing Station is not only known for its beer, food, and music venue, but also for its involvement in the local Outer Banks community. The restaurant and its backyard have hosted many benefits for different people in the OBX community. About 25 community events are held every year at the Outer Banks Brewing Station, and the pub is very involved with the Surfrider Foundation and beach clean-ups.
“Being part of the community is always what we have tried to become, and I feel that we have achieved that.”
Outer Banks Brewing Station Beer
Outer Banks Brewing Station’s beer selection is constantly rotating. Eric works very closely with the head brewer, keeping the beer selection fresh by continually changing. They offer just one of their house-made brews all year-round: Olsch, which is a Kolsch style beer. At any time, their house-made beer menu will include wheat beer, brown ale, Saison, stout, and/or seasonal beers, such as Oktoberfest. During the summer of 2020, they brewed their first Perry, a gluten-free hard cider made using muscadine grapes, which grow on the fence in their backyard, and peaches.
Don’t drink beer? Outer Banks Brewing Station makes their own soda. Choose from root beer, ginger beer, or orange creamsicle.