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Olde Auburn Ale House Brewery Restaurant
124 Tichenor Ave
Auburn AL 36830
Phone: 334-821-6773
Olde auburn ale house has been a labor of love for owners Daryl Cargile, Michael Chávez and Theresa Chávez. The three imitated plans for opening a brew pub in auburn in 1998. Finding the perfect location was the greatest challenge, as the Alabama ABC law requires brew pubs to be in county that had brewing prior to prohibition, and to be located in a building eligible for National History Register. Lee County was not previously approved county. After detailed research, the trio found that phoenix city had been annexed by Lee County prior to 1932 and during that time had two operating breweries. This satisfied that ABC’s first requirement. The Auburn Bulletin Building constructed by Felton Little in 1937 satisfied the second as it housed Auburn’s first newspaper.
Beers: Tiger Tail Ale, Catch Her In The Rye, Fools Wit, Rowdy Raspberry,Plainsman IPA,Hop Dragon, Full Monty Stout
 
Hurricane Brewing Co
225 Dauphin St
Mobile AL 36602
Phone: 251-445-2544 
Hurricane Brewing Co. opened in December 2006, bringing to life Mobile's only brew pub. The brew pub is becoming one of Mobile's favorite downtown hotspots. Hurricane's brewery produces various types of beers with quirky names donning the brewery's theme. Featured beers are Projected Path Amber; Floating Car Blonde Ale; Storm Surge Stout; and Insurance Adjustor Pale Ale. The brewpub also offers a hearty menu with items such as salads, burgers and steaks as well as a full bar, complete with foreign and domestic beers.

Montgomery Brewing Co
12 W Jefferson St
Montgomery AL 36104
Phone: 334-834-2739
Housed in an historic 1913 building with great ambience, you can find lively entertainment, a fun crowd and plenty of freshly brewed beer at this brew pub which is one of the best places to be downtown after dark. The high ceilings in this historic building compliment the sounds of live local and regional musicians, which also features monthly concerts. Sample one of four locally-brewed beers, along with a selection of specialty brews while enjoying the lunch and dinner specialties which include selections such as grilled Black Angus ribeye and delectable pizzas.
Beers: Montgomery Blonde, The Riverboat Red, Goat Hill Pale Ale, Wipe Out Stout & Old World Porter




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