Lost Colony Brewery at Stumpy Point and Pub at Nags Head Waterfront

Located in Stumpy Point on Dare County mainland, this 10,000 sq ft facility houses the heartbeat of the brewery. We brew daily on our 30 barrel brewhouse to create the freshest and best English-style ales to be found on the coast. Paul Charron opened the beast in 2016, after years of brewing on a two-barrel system in the 300 sq. ft. pub in Manteo. Stumpy Point scored the perfect tri-fecta of potable water, space, and an awesome waterfront view. Today we are pushing out enough beer to keep over 100 local eateries stocked and ready to pour for the thirsty denizens of the OBX. It has never been a better time to ‘Get Lost.” Try our Tasting Room at Nags Head Waterfront.

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Waterfront trivia tonight.
www.thelostcolonybrewery@gmail.com

Waterfront trivia tonight.
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1 day ago
This my seem very unrelated to the brewery, the tasting room, or anything beer related but it surely does. Anyone who has ever owned a boat knows there is always beer involved. If your boat is running, good times! Fishing, sand islands, tubing and of course beer. Anyone who owns a boat not running NEEDS copious amounts of beer to keep them from tossing a match to the miserable pieces of sh!t. I fall in to the not running category.
Lucky for me I have the beer covered. I do need a mechanic who works on the devils spawn known as Evinrude. 
If you know of one within 70 miles HELP.

This my seem very unrelated to the brewery, the tasting room, or anything beer related but it surely does. Anyone who has ever owned a boat knows there is always beer involved. If your boat is running, good times! Fishing, sand islands, tubing and of course beer. Anyone who owns a boat not running NEEDS copious amounts of beer to keep them from tossing a match to the miserable pieces of sh!t. I fall in to the not running category.
Lucky for me I have the beer covered. I do need a mechanic who works on the devils spawn known as Evinrude.
If you know of one within 70 miles HELP.
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3 days ago

3 CommentsComment on Facebook

Ahh man . Start saving for a new brand... mechanics and parts are disappearing unless ur under warranty .

Kitty Hawk Marine. Dustin can fix anything.

Thought it had been fixed....

“Why do you have all this crap on your walls?”, they asked.

They were pointing at all the memorabilia on the walls of our pub in Manteo. I told them most of that “crap” came from our customers. That “crap” is what turns a cold bar into a warm pub with a heart. 

It did not take long for the new location in Nags Head to become a “Pub”. Sharon kept me from painting the walls an Emerald Isle Green, but she could not keep the walls from spontaneously sprouting art. 

“PHUCK CTEPH-MOLLY H”

This artistic flourish was left on a door by Molly, a wonderfully cheery twenty-one-year-old, who had just survived open heart surgery. Molly actually died on the operating table. Twice. Her family have been pub regulars for over fifteen years, and they live in Cleveland. She left her mark on our pub long before she left her art. Now when I see her “crap” I smile, get a little choked up and hope we keep getting memories added to our walls.  
Slainte mhath, Molly

P.S. If you see Molly at the Beer Garden ask her about the dollar.
www.thelostcolonybrewery@gmail.com

“Why do you have all this crap on your walls?”, they asked.

They were pointing at all the memorabilia on the walls of our pub in Manteo. I told them most of that “crap” came from our customers. That “crap” is what turns a cold bar into a warm pub with a heart.

It did not take long for the new location in Nags Head to become a “Pub”. Sharon kept me from painting the walls an Emerald Isle Green, but she could not keep the walls from spontaneously sprouting art.

“PHUCK CTEPH-MOLLY H”

This artistic flourish was left on a door by Molly, a wonderfully cheery twenty-one-year-old, who had just survived open heart surgery. Molly actually died on the operating table. Twice. Her family have been pub regulars for over fifteen years, and they live in Cleveland. She left her mark on our pub long before she left her art. Now when I see her “crap” I smile, get a little choked up and hope we keep getting memories added to our walls.
Slainte mhath, Molly

P.S. If you see Molly at the Beer Garden ask her about the dollar.
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4 days ago

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My husband and I visited the Nags Head location in April and absolutely loved the energy (and the beer!)

Thank you Paul. We love our home away from home. Go raibh maith agat.

I love the “art”. I leave a piece every time I visit.😂

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Every Wednesday we open the brewery in Stumpy Point N.C. for tours and pints in the pub. It’s been great.
 As an added bonus the folks from Stumpy Point are coming by to spend an afternoon with us. They bring a picnic and chill on our porch. It’s a Hump Day break for all of us. We are really feeling the love.
I am going to have to start Wednesday Shrimp Boils or maybe Fish Fry down here.

Mean while there is beer and pizza  on the deck in Nags Head every day.
www.thelostcolonybrewery.com

Every Wednesday we open the brewery in Stumpy Point N.C. for tours and pints in the pub. It’s been great.
As an added bonus the folks from Stumpy Point are coming by to spend an afternoon with us. They bring a picnic and chill on our porch. It’s a Hump Day break for all of us. We are really feeling the love.
I am going to have to start Wednesday Shrimp Boils or maybe Fish Fry down here.

Mean while there is beer and pizza on the deck in Nags Head every day.
www.thelostcolonybrewery.com
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5 days ago

5 CommentsComment on Facebook

…should I bring my own cinnamon?

We had a great time yesterday!

Such a GREAT time!🍺

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Trivia Monday Nights
Brewery Tours on Wednesdays
Pizza everyday

Trivia Monday Nights
Brewery Tours on Wednesdays
Pizza everyday
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6 days ago

5 CommentsComment on Facebook

No yellow flies there?

See you in a few hours!

100% the best with the best people.

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“I can hold my liquor as a real British man.”
A quote from Cathrine the Great
 The Tsarina’s favorite beer was alcoholic, dark, rich and with a complex taste, that she imported in great quantities from London. A beer that, thanks to the fact that it was loved by Catherine, went down in history as “Russian Imperial Stout.”
Our highest rated beer online has always been Holy Hand Grenade Russian Imperial Stout.  Deceptively easy drinking with loads of flavor and a 9% abv kick. Great way to end the evening on our deck watching the sunset(or sunrise, who are we to judge)
Brewery tours wednesday 1pm to 5pm. 106 highway 264 stumpy point. This is not our beer garden . That is in Nags Head on the causeway.
www.thelostcolonybrewery.com

“I can hold my liquor as a real British man.”
A quote from Cathrine the Great
The Tsarina’s favorite beer was alcoholic, dark, rich and with a complex taste, that she imported in great quantities from London. A beer that, thanks to the fact that it was loved by Catherine, went down in history as “Russian Imperial Stout.”
Our highest rated beer online has always been Holy Hand Grenade Russian Imperial Stout. Deceptively easy drinking with loads of flavor and a 9% abv kick. Great way to end the evening on our deck watching the sunset(or sunrise, who are we to judge)
Brewery tours wednesday 1pm to 5pm. 106 highway 264 stumpy point. This is not our beer garden . That is in Nags Head on the causeway.
www.thelostcolonybrewery.com
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1 week ago

6 CommentsComment on Facebook

My favorite!!

This beer is really, really good!!

Endorsed by Brother Maynard!

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The new Nags Head IPA T-shirts are in and available at our Waterfront Beer Garden on the causeway.  They will be added to the online store soon.
This is a simple announcement, right? No.

First the web guru, (who they are and what they do is a mystery to me) is all over me for not constantly pushing the beer, the location, and the web site. Today I think I covered all the bases.

Then one of my most favorite people is going to make fun of my picture. Yes, Lauren V, the shirts are a little wrinkled. The brewery does not have an iron. Yes, Lauren, the lighting could be better. I tried inside the pub, on the bar, and outside on the stone wall. I gave up. Yes, I should have brought you the shirts.   

Next will be the grammar nazis. Gretchen is their supreme ruler. She frightens me more than Sister Maureen Agnes of St Ignatius Loyola Grammar School. Thank God for spell check. (and no, I will not capitalize nazis)

Now, the masses will ask all the questions I never thought of. “Do they shrink?” No. “Do you have them in double extra small?” No. “are they gluten free?” NO! “Were any lamas harmed in the making of this garment?” Yes, all of them. “Do they contain cinnamon?” ….

And of course, finally someone will say, “Dirt should model the shirts.” These are the people who scare me.
I must not forget the web site link. www.thelostcolonybrewery.com

( Is it to early to switch from tea to porter?)

The new Nags Head IPA T-shirts are in and available at our Waterfront Beer Garden on the causeway. They will be added to the online store soon.
This is a simple announcement, right? No.

First the web guru, (who they are and what they do is a mystery to me) is all over me for not constantly pushing the beer, the location, and the web site. Today I think I covered all the bases.

Then one of my most favorite people is going to make fun of my picture. Yes, Lauren V, the shirts are a little wrinkled. The brewery does not have an iron. Yes, Lauren, the lighting could be better. I tried inside the pub, on the bar, and outside on the stone wall. I gave up. Yes, I should have brought you the shirts.

Next will be the grammar nazis. Gretchen is their supreme ruler. She frightens me more than Sister Maureen Agnes of St Ignatius Loyola Grammar School. Thank God for spell check. (and no, I will not capitalize nazis)

Now, the masses will ask all the questions I never thought of. “Do they shrink?” No. “Do you have them in double extra small?” No. “are they gluten free?” NO! “Were any lamas harmed in the making of this garment?” Yes, all of them. “Do they contain cinnamon?” ….

And of course, finally someone will say, “Dirt should model the shirts.” These are the people who scare me.
I must not forget the web site link. www.thelostcolonybrewery.com

( Is it to early to switch from tea to porter?)
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2 weeks ago

16 CommentsComment on Facebook

😂 is there cinnamon in them…..just “calm down”

Dang… you both beat me, I was going to say “those are nice colors… but is it available in a cinnamon color?”

Damn, I think we all need more cinnamon!

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“YOU RUINED MY VACATION”
Not what I was expecting when I answered my phone this morning. No preamble, no name, and no explanation. So, it was up to me to decide what I did or did not do. Was this a defend my actions or a plead forgiveness situation. 
Ok, Paul, think. What do you do. I brew beer. I deliver beer. I serve beer. There is NO WAY beer ever ruined a vacation. Enhanced a vacation, yes. Ruined, no.
Time to defend myself. 
“What did I do ma’am?”
“CINNAMON, you put cinnamon in your beer. I am allergic to cinnamon! I spent the last two days locked in a bathroom. You owe me a refund for my whole trip.”
She went on in graphic details about her gastro expulsions. Too much information. How I wish my brain had a “Control/Alt/Delete” option like my computer. Her husband is an attorney whose mission in life was now to extract monetary revenge. She was going to leave horrible reviews everywhere. Apparently whipping is too good for me.
When she finally took a breath, I got a few words in. Those words were “calm down”. Guess what she did not do.
I was finally able to explain my passion for unadulterated beer. No fruits, spices or veggies. Told her to review all my Facebook posts.  I gave her permission to search our brewery with a K9 officer. 
  She was still going nuts. I was responsible. No other explanation. 
“Ma’am, have you had any curry on this vacation?”
Silence. I could hear her thinking. She was thinking, oh sh#t I had curry.  Oh, sh#t I am to blame. What she wasn’t thinking of was an apology. 
“Well, my son said that some breweries put cinnamon in their beer, and I had your red ale.” Click.
This was not my first rodeo. I know there are going to be clowns. They aren’t a big part of the rodeo but they’re there to make us laugh.
Slainte, Paul

“YOU RUINED MY VACATION”
Not what I was expecting when I answered my phone this morning. No preamble, no name, and no explanation. So, it was up to me to decide what I did or did not do. Was this a defend my actions or a plead forgiveness situation.
Ok, Paul, think. What do you do. I brew beer. I deliver beer. I serve beer. There is NO WAY beer ever ruined a vacation. Enhanced a vacation, yes. Ruined, no.
Time to defend myself.
“What did I do ma’am?”
“CINNAMON, you put cinnamon in your beer. I am allergic to cinnamon! I spent the last two days locked in a bathroom. You owe me a refund for my whole trip.”
She went on in graphic details about her gastro expulsions. Too much information. How I wish my brain had a “Control/Alt/Delete” option like my computer. Her husband is an attorney whose mission in life was now to extract monetary revenge. She was going to leave horrible reviews everywhere. Apparently whipping is too good for me.
When she finally took a breath, I got a few words in. Those words were “calm down”. Guess what she did not do.
I was finally able to explain my passion for unadulterated beer. No fruits, spices or veggies. Told her to review all my Facebook posts. I gave her permission to search our brewery with a K9 officer.
She was still going nuts. I was responsible. No other explanation.
“Ma’am, have you had any curry on this vacation?”
Silence. I could hear her thinking. She was thinking, oh sh#t I had curry. Oh, sh#t I am to blame. What she wasn’t thinking of was an apology.
“Well, my son said that some breweries put cinnamon in their beer, and I had your red ale.” Click.
This was not my first rodeo. I know there are going to be clowns. They aren’t a big part of the rodeo but they’re there to make us laugh.
Slainte, Paul
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2 weeks ago

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...this... sounds Northeastern 🤔

“Some people claim that there’s a woman to blame but I know it’s nobody’s fault.” 😂😂😂

What is wrong with people??? How classless and rude! You handled it perfectly Paul. I have a feeling this woman always has a "ruined vacation". She sounds like a miserably unhappy human. Hope your day improves! Have a Manteo Porter on me! Miss you all!❤️

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Well, I answered another phone call from the OBX charity beer wrangler, Justin Bateman. This time it is for SHRED FEST in Rodanthe. 
The Dare2Care OBX Shred Fest helps bring awareness and support to over 5,000 area Dare County Veterans. This was another easy, yes take the beer.
It is rain or shine today. 
https://www.obxshredfest.com/
www.thelostcolonybrewey.com

Well, I answered another phone call from the OBX charity beer wrangler, Justin Bateman. This time it is for SHRED FEST in Rodanthe.
The Dare2Care OBX Shred Fest helps bring awareness and support to over 5,000 area Dare County Veterans. This was another easy, "yes take the beer".
It is rain or shine today.
www.obxshredfest.com/
www.thelostcolonybrewey.com
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2 weeks ago

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That dang Justin Bateman

We can’t thank you enough. The beer gods def smiled upon us all day as the rain held out while the good beer flowed!

Your beer is amazing and couldn’t say enough! Thank you!!!!

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