Baker and Brewerhttps://www.bakerandbrewer.com/?fbclid=IwAR08CZycAKaer7nSr6l3w4bm3KPHckNgHd_XtAKtyiSRD5_kAC3DuEY3MyE
HOLY CITY BREWING UNITES WITH EVO PIZZERIA & CRAFT BAKERY: Wood-fired Pizzeria, Innovative Craft Brewery, and an Artisan Bakery under one roof!
Cooper River Brewinghttp://cooperriverbrewing.com/
Our motto is to make unique ales in traditional styles. Each beer will be distinctive and flavorful, but follow a time-honored brewing process.
Edmund’s Oast Brewing Co.http://www.edmundsoast.com/brewing-co
Located in the Pacific Box & Crate development at 1505 King Street Extension, EOBC is less than a mile from Edmund’s Oast restaurant and the newly opened Edmund’s Oast Exchange. The 20,000 square foot brewery will produce a variety of beers packaged in cans, bottles, and kegs for wide-reaching wholesale. Once in full operation, the brewery will sport over a dozen EOBC beers on tap and regularly can a number of offerings.
Fatty’s Beer Workshttp://www.fattysbeerworks.com/
We tell the story of our favorite beverage through the history
of the greatest time-traveling brewmaster the world has never known.
Welcome to the oldest brewery in the state of South Carolina, where great beer has been made since 1993. Our facility on Huger Street in downtown Charleston is open to the public for tastings and tours Wednesday-Saturday 12PM-10PM.
Visit our website to learn more!
Rev·el·ry: n. boisterous festivities, while enjoying craft beer.
Tradesman Brewing Companyhttp://www.tradesmanbrewing.com/
We offer a unique tasting experience and environment. Aside from our 15 taps, we have several rooms, two bars, A/C, TVs, Vinyl, Darts, and more. We have food trucks on the regular, we are kid friendly (since beer might have helped make them) and having families around keeps us grounded in who we really work for.