Sample the Holy City's Best Brews

With a “brewery district” forming in the south, you should certainly take craft brews seriously in the Holy City.

Hand Holding Glass of Beer

With a “brewery district” forming in the south, you should certainly take craft brews seriously in the Holy City.

Commonhouse Aleworks named after the colonial period term for a Town Hall -- wanted to create a central point that will bring people together. With over 20 different original beers on tap, with unique names such as Light Pollution and Looking East, it's no surprise this brewery made our listThis brewery, located in the up-coming Park Circle area. Commonhouse specializes in pale ales and offers seating inside and on their spacious outdoor patio, it’s also a great hangout to find food trucks like Brunch Holiday.

Bring the whole crew, kids, too, to Rusty Bull Brewing Co. where local musicians keep things lively. This Brewery has a consistently growing beer on tap list with indoor and outdoor seating. This brewery is influenced by Irish roots and a passion for Belgian beer. Rusty Bull created their own spin with a Belgian-style Dubbel. This once piano warehouse now holds an outdoor beer garden, private space, and the occasional food truck. Serving beer 7 days a week-- Join the Rusty Bull for Pint Night, yoga and local music three times a night. 

Located in a renovated warehouse, Holy City Brewing serves up more than 20 options on tap each day as well as a filling menu with items such as pimento cheese balls and falafel burgers. This brewery is one of the most famous breweries in Charleston. The taproom is attached to the brewery, which they offer a free tour of their brewery upon request. Holy City Brewery has created over 100 different beers and plans on expanding to Park Circle in 2019. Holy City Brewery is a Charleston beer staple, an absolute must for beer lovers in the Holy City.

The annual Charleston Beer Week September 7 - 15, 2018, allows the best and brightest to showcase their beer during this week-long celebration of all thing hops. With over 55 different breweries participating all over the Charleston area. You can enjoy new and exciting beers from your favorite Brew-Masters as they display their skills and creativity.