Come See the Sisters
About Seven Sisters
Seven Sisters, the brainchild of owner David Clark, is much more than your average craft brewery. Intended to showcase the beauty and wonders of Southwest Virginia while offering patrons a variety of high quality craft beer, it is very much a community brewery that offers an inviting, relaxed, family-oriented atmosphere.
Patrons are encouraged to bring their children (and pets) to Seven Sisters where everyone can enjoy food, fun and games together. The brewery serves gourmet snacks, utilizes a variety of food vendors and has food trucks on site as well. The game hall includes such staples as tic-tac-toe, Connect Four and cornhole.
Seven Sisters is also proud to present a variety of live local and regional music and features several large television screens on which customers can enjoy any number of sporting events.
“I want Seven Sisters to be a place where everybody can come and have a great time, or just relax if that’s what they want,” said Clark. “Certainly, we have some amazing craft beer, but it’s also very important to me that the brewery be family-friendly where kids and pets, are welcome, too.”
And what about that unique name, Seven Sisters Brewery? It’s a tribute to the Wytheville area, which features a well-traveled trail by the same name, located on iconic Little Walker Mountain in Wythe County. It also pays homage to the Pleiades star cluster, also called Seven Sisters.
In Greek mythology, the Pleiades were the seven daughters of Atlas, a Titan who held up the sky, and Pleione, protectress of sailing. The sisters were named Maia, Electra, Alcyone, Taygete, Asterope, Celaeno and Merope. The Seven Sisters Brewery’s flagship beers, which will always be offered, will loosely be based on the sister’s names.
A variety of other beers also will be on the menu as well, on a rotating basis.