Red Oak Brewery | Whitsett, North Carolina
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Red Oak Brewery
Good based on 12 ratings
Type: Brewery (see listing)

6901 Konica St.
Whitsett, North Carolina United States 27377 [ print map ]
336 477 2055

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Hours: Brewery tours every Friday at 3 PM


Taps: 3 | Bottles: 0


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12 reviews for Red Oak Brewery
 Ambiance  68%
 Service  70%
 Selection  43%
 Food  58%
 Value  43%
 Overall  50%
 Rating  62%
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  AMBIANCE 4/5   SERVICE 8/10   SELECTION 3/15   FOOD 3/10   VALUE N/A   OVERALL 6/20
MMMBeer999  (3) Las Vegas, Nevada | April 14, 2005
Within staggering distance from Guilford College, but surprisingly doesnít seem to cater well to the relaxed culture of the college. Their beers are uninteresting, unless you are lucky enough to get one of their seasonal brews (they very occasionally have a bock which sells out quickly). I would call first, as they really donít have them very often. Iím a vegetarian, so have a particular slant towards the food, but havenít seen anything there that was very interesting or tasty in quite a while. (They had at one time a dish that consisted of a small warmed wheel of cheese that smelled exactly like feet but tasted delicious, if you want something a little unusual.) This place used to be very promising, but has lost their way. They now seem focussed on supplying mediocre beer to all the area bars more than experimenting with interesting, tasty styles. Their one saving grace is the fact that you can buy a large mug (used to be 25oz., but Itís smaller now) and get it filled when you come in for a discounted price. If in GSO, check out Natty Greenes, in W-S, check out the newly-opened Foothills Brewing.
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  AMBIANCE 4/5   SERVICE 8/10   SELECTION 12/15   FOOD N/A   VALUE N/A   OVERALL 15/20
Dogbrick  (701) Columbus, Ohio | April 19, 2004
I was glad to find a brewpub on my recent trip to the Winston-Salem area. Greensboro is only about 20 min from W-S and seems to have at least as much going on, especially beer-wise. Red Oak is easy to find from 40, and parking is plentiful.

The bar area is pretty cool, it is in the center of the dining area. The bar is square and has a UFO being flown by a man in a suit (?) perched above the center. There is a lot of wood and breweriana adorning the walls. What I really liked was the skylight above the bar! That is a first and I liked it a lot.

The bar had about 12 taps, their own beers hard to find amid all the macros. But they were there. The beers were average, Iíd say the Rye was my favorite. The brewer happened to be there that day and was happy to answer questions (like what kind of beer Battlefield black was) that the bartender may not have known.

We didnít try any food (you can blame a Krispy Kreme binge).

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