History

White Street Brewing Company opened its doors to the historic town of Wake Forest in September 2012. Built into a 1930s car dealership, it was conceived as a gathering place for the community during the town’s renaissance.

Owner and founder Dino Radosta meticulously stripped away the building’s façade in order to uncover and restore the century-old structure’s original character. The result is a unique taproom with exposed brick, exposed beams, and an exposed brew house. No glass walls separate you from experiencing the sights and sounds of the action.

Small town soul.

The same values are present in every White Street beer; there are no gimmicks or distracting façades, just honest flavors that have nothing to hide. Each sip is the result of true craftsmanship, reviving the era when things were done right the first time, every time.

Big time beer.

The unprecedented demand for our high caliber brews has since led to the completion of a state-of-the-art production facility just a few miles away from White Street’s birthplace. Every piece of the custom brew house was selected to ensure that the dependable, familiar tastes of each recipe remain true. It wasn't easy - but nothing worth doing ever is.

The original brew house is still in operation at the taproom location and now serves as a playground for the world-class brewers. Here they experiment with techniques and flavors that can’t be achieved in a large-scale production capacity. These limited release creations are often found only on draught in the taproom.