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Pinehurst Brewing Co. announces kitchen expansion; new menu options now available

By Staff Report, posted 4 days ago
Photo pulled from the Pinehurst Brewing Company Facebook Page 

Pinehurst Brewing Company, a social and brewing staple in the Village of Pinehurst, North Carolina has announced a new expanded kitchen to go along with their popular beer garden. 

The Company announced on May 29 on social media that from Thursday- Sunday from 3:00 p.m.- 9:00p.m., guests are welcome to  enjoy a special menu crafted just for their outdoor space.

You've asked, and we've listened! We’ve been holding onto a secret, and we’re ready to share it with our valued guests and community. Our Beer Garden has always been a favorite spot for relaxing with a cold brew, and now it’s about to get even better,” shared the Company in their Facebook post. 

Their newly added , a sausage sampler includes kielbasa, knockwurst, chicken apple sausage, brat. 
Photo pulled from the Pinehurst Brewing Company Facebook Page 

New menu options include pickle dip, pretzel bites, a sausage sampler (kielbasa, knockwurst, chicken apple sausage, brat), bbq turkey sandwich, smoked corned beef sandwich and ice cream cups. 

See the full social media post here and learn more about the Pinehurst Brewing Company on their website here

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