Roan Mountain's Premier Pub: Craft Beer & Live Music

Pub

Open daily from 10a - 11p, The Station at 19E in Roan Mountain serves a variety of craft beers with eight taps of local brews, snacks, and non-alcoholic drinks.

Located Just off the Appalachian Trail, we cater to hikers.  Shuttle Service provided by Doe River Hiker Rest.

Live Music

Fridays: Open Mic Night! Sign up at 7p, start playing at 8:00p

Saturdays: Come check out some of the best local musicians, playing 8-10p+! 

Tuesdays: Karaoke! 8-10p Come sing your best song!

Games

Backgammon, Chess, Checkers, Board Games, and more!

Currently On Tap

Catawba Brewing White Zombie

White Ale - 5.1% ABV

Zombie is made according to the Belgian Witbier tradition of using unmalted wheat to create the light body and white sheen. Additions of coriander and orange peel give Zombie a fruity and spicy character, while the hops are subtle and lightly detected.


Bearded Iris Homestyle

IPA - 6.0% ABV

Made with oats and Mosaic hops, this progressive IPA pours a beautiful golden haze, and is matched with a brilliant tropical nose. Finishing with pleasantly balanced bitterness and soft texture, this beer begs for another sip.

Green Man Porter

Porter - 5.0% ABV

Dark, full-bodied, and rich in flavor. It offers a creamy, smooth mouthfeel and finishes with distinctive chocolate notes. This traditionally crafted, award-winning British-style Porter, like a true rock star, enjoys a legendary following.

Black Horse Barnstormer Red

Ale - 6.0% ABV

A malty refreshing amber-colored red ale that accentuates the caramel notes from the malt blend. 

Yee Haw Dunkel

Dunkel - 5.5% ABV

Rich, deep and complex, our Munich Dunkel is many things, but heavy isn’t one of them. This classic German dark lager is the beer style that started it all for our Brewmaster. Take the time to savor it slowly and you’ll find flavors of biscuits, cocoa and caramel.

Black Horse Coffee Milk Stout

Stout - 5.5% ABV

An English Style sweet stout with fresh roasted beans from Three Bears Coffee Company in Knoxville, TN. The sweetness of the milk sugar balances well with the coffee we cold steeped in this brew during fermentation.