130 N. Depot St. Boone, NC  (828) 265-3506

DOWNTOWN BOONE’S MICROBREWERY AND GASTROPUB

Opened in August 2014, Lost Province Brewing Co. is a destination microbrewery and wood fired gastrobpub located in historic downtown Boone, NC. We brew authentic and innovative craft beer and serve Neapolitan wood fired pizza and wood fired local foods. As a small, family owned and operated business, we are committed to our community, environment and employees and strive above all to provide an experience of gracious hospitality for all of our guests

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Downtown Boone’s Brewery and Wood Fired Pizza Restaurant

Live Music: Folk and Dagger

September 2, 2016 7:30 pm – 10:30 pm

Folk and Dagger are a folk rock group from Boone, NC, whose original trio formed in 2007. The band includes singer-songwriter Doris Bazzini Crothers on ...

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Downtown Boone’s Brewery and Wood Fired Pizza Restaurant

Live Music: The Paper Crowns

September 3, 2016 7:30 pm – 10:30 pm

The Paper Crowns make two piece acoustic music sound huge! They are stomping on drums while they are plucking strings and singing harmonies often all at ...

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June 2016: Get Lost for a Cause with the Community Care Clinic

June 2016: Get Lost for a Cause with the Community Care Clinic

Community Care Clinic 141 Health Center Drive, Suite B, Boone, NC 28607   Phone 828-265-8591 Fax 828-268-9963     www.ccclinic.org The mission of the Community Care Clinic is to provide integrated health care to low-income persons in our community who do not have health insurance. Through disease prevention, continuity of care and active follow-up we promote the health and [...] Continue Reading
May 2016: Get Lost for a Cause with the Blue Ridge Conservancy

May 2016: Get Lost for a Cause with the Blue Ridge Conservancy

This month, Lost Province is teaming up with the Blue Ridge Conservancy to support their mission of "working with willing landowners and local communities to permanently protect land and water resources with agricultural, ecological, cultural, recreational, and scenic value in Northwest North Carolina." Blue Ridge Conservancy (BRC) has protected over 18,800 acres in Alleghany, Ashe, Avery, Mitchell, Watauga, Wilkes and [...] Continue Reading