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Revelry Brewing Co

Locals favorite rooftop for drinking beer

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Great beer and an incredible rooftop with sunset views make this brewery a locals favorite. They offer a rotating selection of interesting beers and often partner with local groups on new releases. They have a selection of Latin and Asian inspired eats available and frequently have live music. They more recently opened The Hold which is a cozy, moody sour beer brewery down the street.

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(843) 376-1303

10 Conroy St, Charleston, SC

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Sean F.

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Edmund’s Oast Brewing Co.

Casual offshoot of the popular restaurant

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Edmund's Oast Restaurant has been brewing their own beer since they opened in 2014. But they decided that their beer needed a better place to shine all on it's own, so they opened this huge brewery in 2017. While the food isn't quite as refined as the restaurant's, the elevated bar food is truly delicious and they have a nice selection of beers on tap that rotates through their wide variety of creative brews.

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(843) 718-3224

1505 King St #115, Charleston, SC

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Edmund's Oast Brewing Co.

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The Hold

Sours spot from Revelry Brewing

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This dark and cozy spot, only a block from the much more rowdy Revelry, is a true sour beer brewery. Sip your sour selection from your fancy glass at the small bar inside or outside on the patio.

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(843) 376-1303

36 Romney St, Charleston, SC

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The Hold

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COAST Brewing

Pioneering brewery at an old Naval base

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Jaime Tenny and David Merritt opened COAST in 2007 and Chaleston beer drinkers owe both the brewery and the duo a debt of gratitude. Before the Pop the Cap Law (that they were a major force behind) was passed, it was illegal for beers over 5% alcohol content to be made or sold in the state, which made it almost impossible for a brewery to be financially viable. Over 10 years on, this family run brewery turning out organic beer is still a favorite of locals and beer lovers alike.

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(843) 343-4727

1250 2nd St N, North Charleston, SC

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COAST Brewing

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Munkle Brewing co.

Casual brewery with a Belgian focus

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Grab a seat outside or head indoors to watch the game or play some pool. No matter where you settle, your Belgian will taste great, as will anything else you order at this friendly brewery.

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(843) 789-3109

1513 Meeting Street Rd, Charleston, SC

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Kyle Barron

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Commonhouse Aleworks

Lively brewery with events and in house kitchen

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This rustic modern brewery with a great outdoor space always has something going on. They have music most Fridays and Saturdays, a work out class Saturday morning, trivia on Tuesdays, and Bluegrass Brunch on Sundays. If you come when there aren't any events happening, they still have great beer and really good food, so you can't go wrong.

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(843) 471-1400

4831 O'Hear Ave, North Charleston, SC

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