food.

food.

Nothing entices the senses quite like the perfect beer and food pairing. Envision the ideal melding of flavors, a sensual dance of aromas, flavors and colors from plate and pint alike.

At Fireforge Crafted Beer, we love to drink beer with food. That’s why we’ve built an on-site prep kitchen for making small bites, shareable snacks, meals and even desserts.

Many of our beers are inspired by favorite foods, nostalgic dishes and culinary curiosities sampled on our many travels. We give our relationship with vendors as much importance as our relationship with the food itself, always seeking to bring you the best in locally sourced ingredients when possible.

Our Current Menu:

The “Winter Edition” Adult Lunchable charcuterie board featuring bresoala (dried, salted beef); uncured absinthe turkey salami; King’s Creek blue cheese from Blueridge Creamery; Split Creek Farms goat cheese whipped with Bee Well Honey; extra sharp white cheddar from Ashe County Cheese; and a fresh, toasted Bossy Bakers mini baguette accompanied cornichons, dried orange slices, and house-made cranberry relish. {Please note: some of our items may change due to availability.}

Bossy Baguettes locally-baked mini baguettes from Bossy Bakers with local goat cheese and our house-made garlic-infused olive oil for dipping. 

Gooey Greatness Grilled Cheese with muenster, havarti and smoked gouda, local green apples, and house-pickled red onion on sourdough bread.

Grandma Josephine’s Classic Italian Sub with pepperoni, hot capocollo, genoa salami and provolone on an Amoroso hoagie roll. Served cold and complemented with our homemade Italian dressing and pickled red onions, as well as peppadews and crisp iceberg lettuce. Our grandma would be proud!

Guess What? Chicken Butt! Beer Can Chicken Salad Sliders. Our light and tasty sliders are served with fresh, local arugula on sweet Hawaiian rolls. Beer can-grilled, our chicken salad is a blend of local chicken from Johnson Creek Farm, Greek yogurt, mayonnaise, onion, celery, chives, green apple and a flavorful spice mix.

Soft Toasted Pretzels from Pawleys Island-based ElJay Pretzels with our house-made pimento beer cheese and brown mustard.

“Cheesecake of the Week” made in-house by Brian’s mom, Nancy. Yes, beer and cheesecake go exceptionally well together, especially IPAs!

Carolina Kettle Chips from Raleigh, NC-based small-batch kettle chip maker. Seasoned with Carolina spices, herbs and flavors and inspired by traditional Southern recipes. 

Be on the lookout for special, limited seasonally-inspired sandwiches and meat & two plates!