I selected the Golden Rogallo. This golden ale pours amber-orange in color, with a thin head. The beer is mildly carbonated. The aroma is sweet malt with a hint of fruit. The flavor is predominately sweet malt with a hint of citrus and Belgian yeast notes. The finish is clean with lightly sweet malt lingering.
This brewpub and restaurant is very family-friendly. I noted there were a number of tables occupied by large family groups who were not ordering beers, but were obviously there for the food. The Outer Banks Brewing Station is a popular stop on the Outer Banks, for good reason.