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A taste of Germany in the Piedmont

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WHITSETT, N.C. -- Red Oak Brewery is known for turning out some incredible varieties of beer.

One of the people who makes that happen is Al Wolf, who will sometimes take a gallon of unfermented beer from the huge stainless tank--before yeast is added--and before the alcohol is created, to use as the starting point for Brewmaster's Malt Mustard.

"We are trying to bring some German taste to North Carolina, but Made in North Carolina," Wolf says.

It's not beer mustard, since they're using liquid before it actually becomes beer.

Al and his wife Olivia say Brewmasters combines a malty taste with a sharper bite, and something unexpected.

If you want to try the mustard, visit Red Oak Brewery for their tour each Friday, where you can also sample and buy it.

You'll also find it at Company Shops Market in Burlington Deep Roots Market in Greensboro or at