VWs and Beer in the Pisgahs

Reported by Ken Carman for Professorgoodales.net

I tried calling them, but for some reason there’s no answer. I would have sent an E-mail, but their site said they don’t have it… but they have a web site? This party sounds grand and they did do it last year. I hope they still are doing it…

@ The Lazy J Campground
1237 Parkway Rd
Rosman, NC 28772-9630
(828) 966-3834

One of my most treasured Southern memories is taking on the Blue Ridge Parkway with a rag top 911. I’ve also spent time hanging around Brevard and got lost in the Pisgah National Forest. So when I found out about the Brew Bus and the Lazy J I cheered, until I found out they have their fest in June. I’m always on my northern tour in June and work comes first.

I even have a Transylvania paper hanging up in my house, which is the county. The Count hasn’t found what I snatched off his blood drenched doorstep; yet.

The festival sounds like a fun affair, and as a former VW Thing owner: one of my two favorite vehicles I have ever owned, I feel a certain kinship. Ah, if only I had Irving back so I could top and windshield down, door off, my way to this affair. One can dream, can’t they?

Near the beautiful Pisgah National Forest!

Celebration of Volkswagens. Bring your pets, but pick up after them and on a leash/in your lap.

Camp on the river.

Dagoba Chocolate Stout*
Vanilla Brown Ale*
Serpentine Pale Ale*
Blacksnake Dark Pale Ale*
Once Bitten Pale Ale*
Zeus IPA*
Summer Saison*
Island Mary Scottish Ale
Mine That Bird IPA
American Blonde Ale
Vanilla-Almond Porter
Belgian Barleywine
Nutty Brown Ale
Whiskey River Dunkelweizen

The cost of the camping listed was:
$10.00 per vehicle per night in the field.
$15.00 per vehicle per night in a site.

Dogs invited!

Lad: one of the most famous dogs in history. Picture gifted to public domain by Anice Terhune, Albert Payson Terhune’s estate.