Wolf Hills Brewing Co. focuses not only on perfecting their craft beer but on developing community
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Wolf Hills Brewery in Abingdon is approaching their 5th. year of operation and has begun to expand the canning of their locally produced beers in addition to selling them in the tap room and through growlers.
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A proof of the label for the soon-to-be canned White Blaze Honey Cream Ale by Wolf Hills Brewery in Abingdon. Approaching their 5th. year of operations, they are expanding their canned beer offerings.
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Wolf Hills Brewery head brewer Drake Scott talks Friday about the canning of their locally produced beers in addition to selling them in the tap room and through growlers.ABINGDON, Va. — On weeknights, some 300 people crowd around the bar, sipping brews called Bow Chicka Brown Ale, Lonesome Pine Porter and, fan favorite, White Blaze Honey Cream Ale.For Drake Scott, head brewer at Wolf Hills Brewing Co., the business is as much about developing community as it is about creating the perfect craft beer.And in the nearly five years since the company — started by four friends — began in Abingdon, it has become a community […]