1. Westbrook Brewing Company, Mount Pleasant
Westbrook Brewing Company seeks to make the most interesting, exciting, and generally awesome beer in the Southeast. They love experimenting with different ingredients and brewing techniques, and they hope you’ll have as much fun drinking their beer as they do making it.
2. Palmetto Brewing Company, Charleston
Welcome to the oldest brewery in the state of South Carolina, where great beer has been made since 1993.
3. Conquest Brewing Company, Columbia
Conquest Brewing Company is the embodiment of the idea that beer should be more than a beverage, more than an alcohol delivery system. Their beers pay homage to bygone times of war and peace, to tales both fantastic and dreadfully real.
4. Brewery 85, Greenville
Brewery 85 is a craft microbrewery in Greenville that specializes in marrying Southern culture with craft beer spirit while using traditional German brewing techniques.
5. Edmund’s Oast, Charleston
The “Edmund” in the name comes from Edmund Egan, who began producing beer in Charleston after emigrating from England in the 1760s. Edmund’s Oast features a variety of interesting beers!
6. Frothy Beard Brewing Company, North Charleston
The Frothy Beard Brewing Company is a nano-brewery set in Charleston, South Carolina focusing on producing full flavored ales for the region.
7. Liberty Brewery & Grill, Myrtle Beach
Liberty Steakhouse & Brewery is based on America’s rich ethnic cooking styles and complimented by finely hand-crafted beers. They’ve got something brewing you’re sure to like.
8. River Rat Brewery, Columbia
Quality crafted beer for good, hard-working people. Don’t float alone, bring a River Rat to the party.
9. Quest Brewing Company, Greenville
QBC’s mission is to produce unique and innovative beers that will leave a lasting impression on you. They constantly seek experimentation with new ingredients and different styles to meet your ever-expanding palate.
10. Benford Brewing, Lancaster
Benford Brewing are a locally owned and operated craft beer producer Located in Lancaster, SC. Their beers are brewed in 30 barrel batches on a small farm, and are brewed with only natural based ingredients staying true to brewing traditions.
11. Freehouse Brewery, Charleston
Freehouse is an expression of beer as it should be. Hand-made with organic ingredients. Drinkable. Seasonal. Inspired by the natural setting on the Ashley river in Charleston, SC.
12. Swamp Cabbage Brewing Company, Columbia
Columbia’s third and largest microbrewery, Swamp Cabbage is the nickname given for the heart of the young Sabal Palmetto which is the State tree of South Carolina.
13. Seminar Brewing, Florence
Seminar Brewing is a small, dedicated group of craft beer brewers in Florence. Their mission? To bring fresh, locally brewed craft beers to Florence, SC.
14. New South Brewing, Myrtle Beach
New South Brewing is a small microbrewery located in the heart of Myrtle Beach. Over 15 of brewing, and New South Brewing is proud and honored to still be doing what they love!
15. Wooden Skiff Brewing Company, Hilton Head Island
The Wooden Skiff Brewing Co was born in December 2011, and they are still brewing up a storm on Hilton Head Island.
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