Our lineup of brews changes almost on a weekly basis, but below is a list of all the beers that we brew throughout the seasons. To find out what beers are currently on tap, refer to “Beers on Tap” and feel free to subscribe to our feed or bookmark this page to follow your favorite beers at the Aiken Brewing Company.
We are a locally owned and operated craft beer producer Located in Lancaster, SC. Our beers are brewed in 30 barrel batches on a small farm. Our land is fortunate to have a pure well water source tapped into the water table of three known springs located on premises. This natural gift gives us great tasting pure and healthy drinking water and is the key to brewing great beers. Our beers are brewed with only natural based ingredients staying true to brewing traditions.
Carolina Bauernhaus Ales™ is a farmhouse brewery in Anderson, SC. Our hand crafted ales pay homage to the rich agricultural resources of Upstate South Carolina by using locally sourced malt, grains, yeast, and hops. While our brewing techniques may be Belgian inspired, our beers are by no means reverent to tradition. From Carolina Bauernhaus’ taproom and pilot system in downtown Anderson SC to our production brewery on a working farm just outside of Anderson, we will strive to create a family of unique beers that range from approachable saisons to challenging barrel aged sour beers.
Conquest Brewing Company is the embodiment of an idea. The idea that beer should be more than a beverage, more than an alcohol delivery system. The idea that the long, painful history of mankind has many common threads woven throughout it, and one of these threads is beer. While it is arguably not the most important thread of civilization, it is one of the chief building blocks thereof.
We at Conquest Brewing Company continue the proud tradition of so many saints and vagabonds, lords and serfs before us: the tradition of crafting, and enjoying, the most complex and inviting, the most approachable and esoteric beverages the world has ever known.
Our beers pay homage to bygone times of war and peace, to tales both fantastic and dreadfully real. We believe that the onward march of history will show that in the end, honor is what makes a man, and taste is what makes a beer– not marketing, not hype. Taste. And we do not intend to be lost to the annals of history.
Druids Cape is a dark, malty rich ale that is smooth in taste and a mouth feel that is soothing and never overly bitter or harsh. A special hybrid yeast was developed specifically for this ale. Move over “Bucks Fizz” Momosa and Bloody Mary, there is a new (and better) way to start the week end off, with a beautiful breakfast beer. Soon to be available in 12oz. & 22oz. bottles.
A MATCH MADE IN BEER HEAVEN
Come back with us for a moment to 1987. Dan Gordon is one of the most sought-after brewers in the country, while Dean Biersch, an experienced restaurateur and beer lover, is searching for a partner to help open a brewery restaurant. A mutual friend arranges a meeting, so they sit down, start talking beer, and the rest is history.
From the get-go, Dan and Dean had a clear vision of what they wanted: a monument to beer, where people could come drink freshly-brewed beer and have a great meal simultaneously. The only beers served would be authentic, German-style lagers and ales, brewed in the tradition of the ones Dan brewed while attending The Technical University of Munich, or the most renowned brewing school in the world. Beer would be brewed according to Reinheitsgetbot (the age-old German Purity Law of beer) with only the finest ingredients: Hallertauer hops, two-row malted barley, a special yeast strain imported directly from Germany, and water.
Cold, fresh-brewed beer and hot food. What do you know? It worked. Together Dan and Dean opened the first Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurant in Palo Alto in 1988.
On October 6, 1995 the Hunter-Gatherer Brewery and Alehouse opened in Columbia, and we are celebrating our twentieth anniversary with the announcement of our second brewery location, the Curtiss-Wright Hangar at Owens Field. The Hunter-Gatherer Brewery at Owens Field will feature a taproom, a 17bbl (527 gallon) brewhouse , a bottling and kegging line, and an observation deck overlooking the airport. The Hunter-Gatherer at 900 Main Street will stay the same.
In 2015 Legal Remedy Brewing converted a vacant Rock Hill, SC auto dealership into a custom craft brewery and brewpub. With over 11,000 square feet of interior and exterior space, the brewery houses a 17-barrel brewing system along with two smaller brewing systems, which collectively can produce up to 10,000 barrels of beer per year.
Located in the heart of Myrtle Beach, SC at Broadway at The Beach shopping center, Liberty Brewery & Grill is always serving up something delicious, specializing in all-American food made from the freshest ingredients. Be sure to try one of our Certified Angus Beef® steaks & juicy burgers, or our award-winning handcrafted ales.
Liberty Brewery is always serving up flavorful food, handcrafted ales, exceptional service, and quality entertainment. A favorite of locals and tourists alike! So bring us your hungry, your thirsty and fun-loving, we’ll send you home refreshed and fulfilled. Stop by on your lunch break, for happy hour, or dinner and enjoy flavorful food, handcrafted beers, and exceptional service. We’ve got something brewing you’re sure to like.
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Local Motive Brewing Company is excited to be opening our doors in Downtown Florence. We offer a comfortable atmosphere in which to enjoy a local brew and a simple menu. Part of the Kress Corner revitalization project, we are located at 121 and 123 North Dargan Street.
We typically offer 10 to 12 unique brews on tap as well as occasional guest taps. Brewing on a compact three barrel system, the venue has the ability to brew smaller, more specific batches and offer a variety of styles. In addition, the food selection compliments the feel and intent of our space.
Featuring 16 taps to showcase our variety of beer offerings as well as a special tap for crafted sodas for the kids and non-beer drinkers, our taproom is a place to enjoy yourself. Come check out the best craft beer drinking experience in the area.
Located in Pawleys Island, Quigley’s Pint & Plate restaurant features low country inspired comfort food along with freshly brewed ales & lagers in an English pub atmosphere. Both our ales & lagers and upscale pub food are always fresh and made in-house.
We are developing a brewpub that will celebrate our local drinks, food and community. We work with local farmers to create excellent menu choices, as well as carrying beers, wines and sodas of the Carolinas and crafting our in house beers and soft drinks. We’re about community and connecting with each other. Whether you are meeting a friend for a beer after work, having dinner with the family, or stopping by to exchange a book in our community library, we look forward to seeing you and spending time together.
Where the Saluda and Broad Rivers merge, they form the mighty Congaree in ColaTown, SC! Named for the three rivers that run through our city and the working-class men who labored on the canal here more than a century ago, River Rat Brewery was founded in 2013. The rivers tell us old stories and history of our state and our capital Columbia, SC as they were the supplying highways of times long ago. The Congaree, Broad, and Saluda rivers contribute miles of riverfront for South Carolina’s capitol and had a role in Columbia’s landscape history. In their honor, we set out to create craft beers that would satisfy anyone’s thirst after a long day’s work. We use only the best ingredients, and we tested and refined in order to develop complex flavors. What we wound up with was the best damn beer we’ve ever tasted —perfectly balanced, refreshingly bold, and deliciously drinkable. If you really want to get to know us, you need to stop in! Come out and relax in our taproom or outside on the deck as beautiful weather brings a great green space for you, your friends and a leashed dog. Partake in a taste of our newest offerings, get a growler filled, or purchase some River Rat swag.
While riding a chairlift high atop a mountain in Pocatello, Idaho I had an epiphany: Why not start your own brewery and have free beer for life? And fifteen months later, the dream became a reality. RJ Rockers Brewing Company opened its doors in Spartanburg, South Carolina, in April 1997, on a mission to provide delicious, hand-crafted beer to the good people of the Upstate.
Originally a brewpub, Rockers quickly became the soul of downtown nightlife and served as a catalyst for the revitalization of Morgan Square. 5 1/2 years and thousands of “SpartanBurgers” later, Rockers ended Chapter 1 as a brewpub in November 2002 and began Chapter 2 with the transition to a production brewery. Over the next six years, and with a lot of help from the Sons of the Fermentation, RJ Rockers flourished throughout South Carolina and could be found at favorite watering holes and fine stores everywhere…sort of.
After maxing out capacity at our 1,200 barrel, windowless, cinder block, location, and suffering from a severe Vitamin D deficiency, Rockers made its triumphant return to Downtown Spartanburg in August 2009. The brewery now anchors the West End of Downtown Spartanburg, affectionately and appropriately known as the Grain District. We host Tours and Tasting and “Hoppy Hours” every Tuesdays – Saturdays, and with over 16,000 barrels of capacity, RJ Rockers beer can now be found throughout the Southeast on draft, in bottles and cans in fine stores everywhere, but we’re not done yet.
Salt Marsh Brewing Old Town’s Home Town Brewery! A craft brewery located in the heart of Old Town Bluffton, SC. Our mission is simple to brew great innovative beers for our neighbors to enjoy. Salt Marsh Brewing was conceived In 2013 in the minds of Nick Borreggine and James Brown. Nick a beer connoisseur and novice home brewer, James a 20 year brewing veteran with two brewery start ups under his belt. The philosophy behind their vision is to brew beers invoking true southern hospitality and the low country life style.
Welcome to Seminar Brewing, Florence, South Carolina’s first commercial craft brewery! We have a passion for brewing exceptional beer, and we’re proud to present it to you. Our brews are featured at various bottle shops, pubs, bars and restaurants across the entire state of South Carolina – if they aren’t already, be sure to ask your favorite watering hole to supply Seminar Brewing.
At Southern Barrel Brewing Company, we’re combining the beauty of old with a taste of the new. The brewery was recently built in Bluffton, SC but it’s been a long time coming. We are proud to brew delicious craft beers there 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Our bar, beer garden and Tavern restaurant offer a seasonal menu featuring locally sourced ingredients and beer fresh from our brewery. We have year-round staples on tap as well as seasonal selections and limited runs. Also be sure to look for our specialty beers in the coming months brewed in whiskey, wine, tequila and rum barrels to bring you a unique kind of beer. Our indoor and outdoor seating was created to suit any mood, whether it’s dinner with the family or relaxing in the beer garden with friends.
At Southern Barrel Brewing Company you can relax, grab a bite and a brew and just…enjoy.
Owned and operated by James Deaton and Christian Gibson, Southern Hops Brewing Company is the culmination of years of restaurant experience and a dream to bring handcrafted beer, great food, and quality service to Florence, South Carolina.
James Deaton, craft brewer for SHBC, is a graduate of The American Brewers Guild of Salisbury, Vermont. The primary brews offered are Pops Pilsner- easy drinking pilsner with a malty aroma, and light Saaz Hops; Goldilocks- a lightly hopped, crisp golden ale; Leeroy Brown- a smooth, full bodied ale with a caramel aroma and dark amber in color; Rooster Red- malt forward ale highlighting tones of the grains used; Five Points IPA- easy drinking IPA with fruit and herbal hop tones, Black Water Porter- dark roasted coffee toned porter with a thick head and easy body; followed by various seasonal brews. One specialty brew will include our own hops grown in Timmonsville, S.C.
Christian Gibson, general manager for SHBC, including front of house and bar operations. Customer service and a quality experience is the core of Christian’s focus at Southern Hops.
Southern Hops offers handcrafted beer accompanied by great food and live music, as well as a level of service that defines southern hospitality.
The Velo Fellow was born of fond memories and the anticipation of good times with friends and family, new and old. The haunts and watering holes we have experienced in other locales each contributed something to what we have brought together.
We pay homage to the ongoing British publick house tradition, the art and music of today and of course the foothills community of Greenville. The history of the Piedmont and foothills live on in our reclaimed woods, furniture and artifacts.
Our fare is meant to comfort and compliment our ever intriguing array of craft brews, wines and unique spirits. This is the publick house we wanted in our own neighborhood. We hope you agree.
Thomas Creek Brewery, family owned since 1998, had it’s beginning’s as Henni’s Brewpub in downtown Greenville in 1994. Bill Davis (Taste Master) and son Tom Davis (Brew Master) set out brewing delicious handcrafted beers focusing on a foundation of pristine Blue Ridge Mountain water. The Thomas Creek Brew Team is committed to the creative pursuit of great craft beer at it’s original location 2054 Piedmont Hwy, Greenville, SC 29605. So why don’t you come on by and have a delicious craft beer in our tasting room. CHEERS! The Thomas Creek Brew Team
On the West Coast, it seems that every town has a brewpub that embodies the spirit of that community. It is a place where friends and family gather to share an intimate experience. It is truly the heartbeat of the town.
My name is Chris Baldwin and I am the owner and head brewer at Twisted Spur. I am originally from Columbia, but had an opportunity to live and travel around the West Coast after graduating from The University of South Carolina. I discovered an incredible culture centered around the beautiful art of making craft beer and pairing that beer with amazing cuisine to create an experience that is unique to that place. At Twisted Spur Brewing, we are bringing this idea and culture to South Carolina.
Pairing our incredible, one of a kind craft brews with food that stands above the rest in its quality and preparation, Twisted Spur provides you with a complete experience that embodies the spirit of our town. By sharing this wonderful craft beer culture with everyone, we hope to eventually become a “heartbeat” in this community as the craft beer revolution spreads. I hope you enjoy!
~ Chris Baldwin, Head Brewer, Owner
Although pizza was first imported to the United States by Italian immigrants during the late 19th century, it was only available in cities with large Italian populations such as New York, Boston, New Haven, Philadelphia, and Baltimore. It was not until after World War II that pizza became a popular dish in small towns across America. While occupying Italian territories, many American soldiers tasted Pizza for the first time. The returning soldiers fell in love with the saucy delight and came home with a desire for the new food that drew the pizza out of the quiet Italian neighborhoods into the main stream of city life all over the continent. Today, we celebrate the history and the taste of pizza which has become as diverse in America as Americans themselves.
We here at the Wild Ace Pizza & Pub honor and thank those soldiers who not only fought for our freedom, but also for bringing pizza to cities like ours for all to enjoy.
Wooden Skiff Beer Co. was born in December 2011, when co-founder Tayloe Cook was working for an international shipping agency in Honolulu, HI. With a 5-gallon home brewing kit, purchased from Schofield Barracks in Oahu, Tayloe brewed what would become our May River Sunset Blonde and Hilton Head’s Irish Red. We currently brew our beer in Lancaster, SC while we plan for a Lowcountry brewery home of our own!