The 35th state.
Capital: Charleston
Motto: Mountaineers are Always Free
Flower: Rhododendron
Bird: Cardinal


Better when you get it from the source


The team at MBC is committed to high-quality, on-premise craft brews that satisfy the evolving tastes of today’s responsible beer consumers. Currently, the brewery offers nine craft brews in its arsenal with several seasonal brews and small-batch special brews in the works. MBC is open Sunday to Sunday and offers full-service dining, a large outdoor deck, and Fresh Beer for Home Use packaged in carry-out “growler” containers.
MBC offers a unique dining and brewery experience by commemorating the days of old; a time when hard work and ground-level values were the norm. Pioneering settlers, coal miners, steel workers and the hands that shaped our city and state shared a philosophy of determination and simplicity. We commit ourselves to showcase that special piece of history in our facility, and to showcase that same determination and simplicity in our products and in our service. High quality ingredients, dedication to quality, and “good people serving good people” is the row we’ll hoe.


Bruceton Mills

Each of our beer recipes uses only the finest hops, wheat, barley, mountain well water, pride and the love of brewing to create for your drinking enjoyment a fine tasting brew. The smoothness of each swallow and taste is unsurpassed. Experience our quality, freshness, uniqueness and fine beer for yourself. Come in and try a flight of beers and take a 64 oz or 32 oz growler home with you to enjoy and share. Come and sit on our cover deck and enjoy a cold pint and food from the Spent Grain Cafe.


Wheeling Brewing Company is a micro-brewpub located in Wheeling's historic Centre Market district in downtown Wheeling, WV.
Founded in 2014, Wheeling Brewing Company was the creation of Chad & Angela Hill, Jimmy Schulte and Dave Cornett to provide something special to the Wheeling market. Wheeling Brewing Company was created out of a passion to lead in the revitalization of downtown Wheeling and to resurrect a rich history of micro-brewing in the area.
Award winning beer, sophisticated wine and exquisite food in an urban setting. Wheeling Brewing Company strives to partner with local businesses and farmers to source food and beer creations. We have more than 20 local partnerships.

Thomas, Morgantown, Bridgeport

Mountain State Brewing Co distributes its ales throughout its home state and MD, providing handcrafted ales to Elkins, Morgantown, Snowshoe, Charleston, Fayetville, Weston, Shepherdstown and Garrett County, MD.
Or stop in for a pint at one of our three locations.


Big Timber Brewing’s brewery and taproom is located in the Heart of Appalachia, Elkins, West Virginia.  Our name pays homage to the surrounding forests and the industry that built our community.  We make beer we love and enjoy doing it, creating a product that we, our town, and our State can take pride in.  What started as a dream, became a reality in 2014 when our first keg went out the door, and our commitment to our beer, our community, and our dream continues to grow stronger everyday.


In 1997, the North End Tavern expanded its restaurant with the addition of its craft brewery. We now regularly brew between 3 and 6 different hand-crafted craft brews each month. Our flagship amber ale, Roedy’s Red has won several state-wide competitions.
We brew for our restaurant and also make our beer available to many other establishments in West Virginia. Chris Hopkins has been our head brewer for over five years.


We brew beer that we want to drink. They aren’t beers you might expect to be brewed by a small brewery in Southern West Virginia. You might not like them, and that’s ok. We won’t be mad. Promise. Why? If our beers were brewed to be liked by all, they would never be special to some.
Belgian-style beers made in West Virginia? No. It’s not a joke. There are a number of year-round beers available as well as a variety of seasonal offerings from a light and refreshing Kolsch-style beer, to a big, strong Barleywine. It’s our goal to provide you year-round consistent quality along with something new each season.


At their core, the Greenbrier Valley Brewing Company has a flair for creating brews that go down smooth while evolving their beverage line to appeal to a wide variety of craft brew drinkers.
With each new brew inspired by a mythical West Virginia creature or famous legend, one of their more recent creations -- Zona’s Revenge is named after the Greenbrier Ghost, Zona Heaster Shue, and her paranormal communications that ultimately convicted her husband of murder. 
Want to taste for yourself? With regular hours, stop by the tap room for a sit-down pint or carry-out growler fill – a 64-oz, straight-from-the-draft alternative to the six-pack. Check out their website. You’ll also find regularly scheduled yoga classes, jam sessions and evening events. After all, just about everything pairs with beer.


Chestnut Brew Works, LLC started as a small beer brewery nestled in the woods of southern Monongalia county, about 10 miles south of Morgantown, WV in April of 2013. The demand quickly outpaced the supply, however, so we recently expanded our operations and added a taproom in the historic South Park area of Morgantown.


Enjoy Nature



Beartown State Park is a 110-acre natural area located on the eastern summit of Droop Mountain in northern Greenbrier County and a small portion of Pocahontas County. This park is known for its unusual rocky formations, massive boulders, overhanging cliffs and deep crevices. The park’s main attraction is a half-mile boardwalk showcasing these spectacular sights. The park is open April to October, and off-season access is available by appointment.


Harpers Ferry

A visit to this quaint, historic community, at the confluence of the Potomac and Shenandoah rivers, is like stepping into the past.  Stroll the picturesque streets, visit exhibits and museums, or hike our trails and battlefields. Spend a day or a weekend.  We have something for everyone, so come and discover Harpers Ferry!



Descend 120 feet below the Earth’s surface into a vast wonderland of stalactites and stalagmites. Lost World Caverns, discovered in 1942, is a truly magical place for explorers of all ages. It takes approximately 45 minutes to walk through. We offer self-guided tours so you can take your time to explore the cavern at your own pace; just remember to stay on the trail. Information signs will provide you with details about the many different formations as you explore the half-mile loop. No matter the temperature on the outside, the cave always remains a constant 52 degrees. A light jacket and good shoes are recommended.



Located in the Allegheny Mountains of Tucker County, Blackwater Falls State Park is named for the amber waters of Blackwater Falls, a 57-foot cascade tinted by the tannic acid of fallen hemlock and red spruce needles. The falls, the main attraction of Blackwater Falls State Park, are accessible from steps and several viewing platforms that allow visitors to enjoy scenic views year-round. Blackwater Falls, and nearby Elakala Falls, Lindy Point and Pendleton Point Overlook, are some of the most photographed sites in West Virginia. The park offers lodging and many outdoor recreational opportunities.



Snowshoe covers a total area of 11,000 acres in the Appalachian Mountain Range, and includes the second highest point in the state at 4,848’ elevation. Snowshoe was named to the Top 20 ski resorts in the East by SKI Magazine in 2016. In addition to terrific outdoor winter recreation for one of the top West Virginia ski resorts.

Snowshoe offers extensive lodging options, gourmet dining, shopping, wedding and convention areas, and a luxurious spa. Snowshoe Mountain Resort is part of a family of 13 resorts plus CMH Heli-Skiing & Summer Adventures.



The history of Seneca caverns is long, you could say it started over 460 million years ago. That's when the limestone bed where the Caverns formed was laid under an inland sea. Limestone is formed from the remains of shells from clams, coral and other shellfish, which settle on the bottom of the sea over time.
The first verifiable history of human contact with the cave was in the early 1400's when the Seneca Indians used the cave. The Caverns are located on a great Indian trading route through the Appalachian Mountains. Many tribes used this trading route but it was the Seneca Indians who lived here and used the cave for shelter, storage and special ceremonies. Three hundred years later the first German settlers came to the area. As history goes, a man named Laven Teter rediscovered the cave in 1742 on a quest for water to supply his livestock. At this time the area was not even considered part of the original 13 colonies. The Teter family maintained ownership until 1928. The new owners opened it to the public in 1930 as a show cave.

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Take a trip back to an era when steam-driven locomotives were an essential part of everyday life. Trips to Cass Scenic Railroad State Park are filled with rich history, unparalleled views and the sights and sounds of an original lumbering town. The park’s 11-mile long heritage railroad and authentic company town are some of the state’s most popular tourist attractions. The Company Store and gift shop are open daily from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., and are a popular destination that houses The Last Run Restaurant and Soda Fountain. Stop by the visitors center for more information. Open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Cass Scenic Railroad State Park is one of America’s only authentic operating museums of lumber railroading.


Berkeley Springs

Located in the center of historic Berkeley Springs, Berkeley Springs State Park is home to a mineral spa that has been in use since colonial times. The park is renowned for its warm spring water, which flows at a constant temperature of 74.3 degrees. The park’s Old Roman and Main bathhouses offer a wide selection of spa services, including massages, saunas, baths and showers.


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It’s all about the views at Coopers Rock State Forest. Located 13 miles from Morgantown, a few minutes off Interstate 68, the forest has many overlooks of the canyon section of the Cheat River that offer breathtaking views in any season. The forest is an ideal getaway, and has numerous historical sites, hiking trails and recreational opportunities amongst the forest’s enormous boulders and cliffs.



Enjoy there or take a bottle (or two) home with you.



Who would have thought that getting caught stealing grapes would lead Jerry Deal to ownership of one of West Virginia’s foremost wineries? Well, that’s just what happened! When a neighbor chastised Jerry for eating grapes from her vines (on his side of the fence), he planted his own. In no time at all, the grape vines were so prolific that eating them all was out of the question. Wine making was the next choice. After several years of home wine making, recognition in amateur competitions, and the support of his friends, Jerry Deal decided to turn his hobby into a business. And so, Forks of Cheat Winery was established in July of 1990.
The business that started with a production of less than an acre of grapes has grown to almost sixteen acres. Forks of Cheat Winery now grows some of each of the French Hybrid and American varietal grapes that are used in the wine production. Locally marketing a few bottles has grown to state-wide distribution. The little enterprise that started in one room at the Deals’ weekend get-away has expanded into a new 5,000 square foot facility with space designed for tasting and sales, special events, and the always necessary office area.


Chestnut Ridge Winery is located in the Heart of West Virginia overlooking the town of Spencer.  Owners Teresa and Phillip Holcomb a husband and wife team, former artist turned Vintners.

We offer over 20 different types of wine.  We have a variety of wines to fit everyone's palate.  Traditional European style dry wines, semi-dry wines and semi-sweet wines.


Welcome to the Kirkwood Winery, located in the heart of the mountains of West Virginia. We’re sure you’ll enjoy the rich mountain tradition that flavors our wines. In addition to the standard fare, we offer wines that reflect our mountain heritage. If you order 12 or more bottles you’ll receive a 10% discount at checkout. We take part in various festivals throughout the state so visit us at one near you.  We sell a large selection of wine and beer making supplies!  Call us for more information!


  With the state slogan in mind, the folks at Stone Road Vineyard set out to incorporate the time, tools, and strategies developed by Mountaineers in the vinting of quality handmade wines.  

Stone Road Vineyard believes in the replication of the heritage that made West Virginia a state by embracing the belief that Mountaineers are always free in our production of enjoyable vintage wines.  During the Civil War, West Virginia enjoyed prolific vineyards that existed in a majority of the Kanawha River Valley.  After the decimation by the Confederacy of these vineyards midpoint during the Civil War, the “Burning Springs” were replaced with 20th century industry.

    Today, Stone Road Vineyard is the union of quality grapes with the vinting techniques of the new age.  We are the Ohio River appellation.

     Using American, grafted French, and grafted vinifera grape varieties, we offer a history honored touch of civility in our varietals and blended red and white wines.

     Finally, these echoes that live in the course of human events allow us to necessarily declare the wine you drink today to be that which was to be demonstrated or QED. Now. Enjoy!


Lambert’s Winery was established in 1992 by the owners Jim & Debbie Lambert. They have been selling wine ever since. The winery is constructed from hand cut stones gathered from various parts of West Virginia. Some weigh as much as 3,000 pounds. The doors are designed of solid two by fours on edge, with a rounded top. A comfortably furnished tasting room welcomes visitors. A 3-inch thick bar top, cut in the 1950's in Canada, is set up in one corner. Behind the bar, a mantle and mirror top the sink. Also in the tasting room is a raised television in the corner opposite the bar. A fireplace is surrounded by three rocking chairs and shelves containing West Virginia pottery that is for sale. Behind the tasting room is a racking room, storage area, and a cooling room. Along with the Winery they offer catering for wedding that they host onsite. Lambert’s Vintage Wines will continue to be one of West Virginia’s best wine and we would like to welcome to come see us.


Daniel Vineyards is a gorgeously scenic property boasting a variety of settings sure to please our customers, whether as individual patrons or in large groups. Our estate winery is equipped with a state-of-the-art kitchen and lovely indoor tasting room complete with tables, chairs and panoramic views of the property. It is available not only for events but also for individual and group tastings. Adjacent to the winery is a large, open outdoor deck constructed beautifully around existing trees, with a built-in grill beside it.
Situated near a pond and two of our vineyards is a picturesque gazebo, perfect for small or intimate gatherings. Not far from the gazebo are rows of blueberry bushes, covering nearly two acres of land, with beautiful rose bushes at the end of seemingly endless rows of grapes. For those of you needing more space to accommodate larger venues such as weddings and reunions, Daniel Vineyards offers a covered 3,000 square feet indoor/outdoor pavilion, outfitted with power receptacles, built-in peripheral bench seating, and bathrooms. For your convenience, we have a large onsite selection of tables and chairs available for rent. Regardless of the size of your venue needs, Daniel Vineyards will work with you to make your event unforgettable!


We sold our first bottle of wine on Independence Day – July 4, 2008 as a Bonded Farm Winery in West Virginia.

As a West Virginia Farm Winery, we operate a Vineyard in addition to the Winery and grow grapes on the farm. In fact, all of the production, bottling, and processing is done on the farm.

We produce traditional style award winning dry white and red wines.

Delightfully sweet wines are also part of WineTree.

Come and experience the uniqueness of WineTree. We have a fine wine for everyone’s taste. Traditional wines that will pair nicely with your favorite foods or a sweet picnic wine for you and your favorite gal.

May your journey through life bring you to exciting discoveries like WineTree and we wish for you “Happy and Safe Voyages”.

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West-Whitehill's wines are unique. We are known for our dessert and specialty wines which are blended with fruit, berry and spice flavors.
Our semi-dry whites have a fresh, new wine flavor similar to Reisling and Rhine wines. And our dry aged reds reflect the fruitiness of the Chambourcin grape which grows so well in this area.

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