Huntington's newest craft beer bar opens – Huntington Herald Dispatch

HUNTINGTON — Huntington’s newest craft beer bar hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony Wednesday at its location in historic Heritage Station.

Ray Frye and Allison White are the owners and also own Sip Wine and Whiskey bar just a few doors down at Heritage Station.

“We wanted to have a nice craft beer bar to go along with our wine and whiskey bar,” White said.

Taps at Heritage will have 14 taps of draft beer and about 27 additional bottles and cans of craft beer, Frye said.

“We will also have ciders here as well.” Frye said. “We also want to keep a domestic beer on tap. So with Sip wine and Whiskey just two doors down we can be a kind of one stop shop location.”

Taps will also have food, including a pepperoni roll from the River & Rail Bakery and a pretzel with a couple different sauces,” White said. “We also have some nuts from Carolina Nut Company.”

Taps at Heritage is open is from 4 to 10 p.m., Monday through Thursday, from 4 p.m. to 1 p.m. on Friday and Saturday. It is closed on Sundays.

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