Asheboro, NC – Four Saints Brewing Company announced today, on the 79th anniversary of the end of prohibition, the location of its microbrewery at 218 South Fayetteville Street in downtown Asheboro.
Andrew Deming and Joel McClosky began brewing beer together several years ago. Before long, they decided to take their hobby to the next level. On July 1, 2012, Four Saints Brewing Company became the most successful Kickstarter campaign for a brewery, surpassing its goal of $45,000 by over $7,000 with the support of 263 backers.
With hopeful anticipation of opening its doors in 2013, Four Saints Brewing Company will be the first brewery established in Randolph County, North Carolina.
Four Saints Brewing Company is committed to small batch, hand crafted beers that resonate the beauty of local, regional and state communities. It intends to be one of the best craft beers in North Carolina. And, just like its patron saints of beer and brewing—St. Augustine, St. Luke, St. Nicholas and St. Wenceslas—it is fully committed to supporting the local communities to make the world a better place. Four Saints Brewing Company uses locally grown ingredients and locally made accessories to the fullest extent when possible.