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5 Charleston Breweries You Need to Visit This Fall



With its cool, crisp weather, fall is the perfect time to gather around with great friends and delicious craft beer. The brewery scene in Charleston is growing more every day, and these spots are awesome places for hanging out with friends and family this holiday season. Whether you’re new to the city or just here for a weekend getaway, you’ll want to check out these breweries. Stay warm this season with some of the best craft beer and breweries Charleston has to offer.

Holy City Brewing

The earliest stages of Holy City Brewing involve beer brewed in a 15-gallon system made out of welded bicycle parts and a lot of love. Founded by four friends in 2011, Holy City Brewing definitely has a unique vibe. With more than 20 beers on tap and a delicious and elevated bar
menu, any food and drink selection you make will be the right one!

Revelry Brewing

An overall great spot to hang out with friends and family, Revelry has an awesome atmosphere inside as well as up on their rooftop. Check out Poke the Bear, their American pale ale, for refreshing citrus, floral and tropical fruit characters—perfect for easing your way into the fall

COAST Brewing Company

Founded in 2007 at an old Naval base, COAST Brewing is home to delicious organic beer made with local ingredients. Try the 32/50 Kölsch for a delicate malt flavor with a touch of honey, or the HopArt IPA for a balance of sweet malt and assertive hop presence.

Westbrook Brewing

Pretty big in the Charleston brewery scene, Westbrook is a trendsetter like no other. The White Thai, one of their most popular beers, has fresh lemongrass and ginger root for a refreshingly citrus flavor with just enough spice to warm you up!

Freehouse Brewery

Organic beers made with local in-season fruits is just one of the perks of Freehouse Brewery. Situated on the Ashley River, it’s hard to beat the view at sunset. Check out Folly’s Pride, a crisp, golden ale, or Ashley Farmhouse saison, for something tart and fruity with a little spice.
With so many fresh and funky brews to choose from, you can’t go wrong. Grab your beer and relax by the river—you’ll be glad you did.

A Final Note

According to South Carolina car accident attorneys, the holiday season is one of the busiest and most dangerous times to be on the road. Stay alert while you’re traveling, and make sure to keep emergency equipment—such as a flashlight and jumper cables—in your car in case something does go wrong on the road.

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