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Best Breweries in Charlotte

Catawba Brewing Company Charlotte
Heist Brewery
NoDa Brewing Company
Triple C Brewing Company
Lenny Boy Brewing Co.
Brewers at 4001 Yancey
Wooden Robot Brewery
Birdsong Brewing Co.
Devil's Logic Brewing
Suffolk Punch Brewing
Divine Barrel Brewing
Free Range Brewing
Catawba Brewing Company Charlotte
Heist Brewery
NoDa Brewing Company
Triple C Brewing Company
Lenny Boy Brewing Co.
Brewers at 4001 Yancey
Wooden Robot Brewery
Birdsong Brewing Co.
Devil's Logic Brewing
Suffolk Punch Brewing
Divine Barrel Brewing
Free Range Brewing

Charlotte is home to a lot of breweries, and it is fast becoming one of the best places in the country for beer lovers. Many people are surprised to find that there are already 5 craft breweries in Charlotte! Many beer enthusiasts say Charlotte’s home brewers and craft brewers deserve their own ‘home’ where they can get together and socialize; kind of like a ‘Cheers’. There are plenty of places to find great beer in Charlotte, and new breweries are popping up all the time. If you’re looking for a good place to start, here’s a list of the best breweries in Charlotte.

 

Catawba Brewing Company Charlotte

933 Louise Ave #105, Charlotte, NC 28204
(980) 498-6145

Catawba Brewing Company celebrated its 10-year anniversary in 2012, and now has four brewpubs, one of which is located in Charlotte! They are best known for the popular White Zombie White Ale. Their tap room offers up to 12 beers on tap with their classics always on. Furthermore, you can purchase kegs, bombers and growlers to go! The atmosphere is friendly, and there are games to play with your friends!

 


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Heist Brewery

2909 N Davidson St, Charlotte, NC 28205
(704) 375-8260

Heist Brewery is known for their experimental brews, and they always have something new on tap. The atmosphere is modern and industrial, with a lot of exposed brick and metal. They also have a large patio that’s perfect for enjoying the Carolina weather. Heist frequently collaborates with other local businesses, so you can always expect something new and exciting on tap! Moreover, they offer tours of their brewery on Saturdays.

 


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NoDa Brewing Company

2921 N Tryon St, Charlotte, NC 28206
(704) 900-6851

NoDa Brewing Company is located in the heart of NoDa, and they’ve been brewing up some delicious craft beer since 2011. Their tap room offers daily tours, pints, growlers, bottles to go, t-shirts, brewery swag and more! They are known for their Coco Loco Porter and Jam Session IPA. Furthermore, NoDa Brewing partners with local non-profits and donates a percentage of the sales to their cause!

 


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Triple C Brewing Company

2900 Griffith St, Charlotte, NC 28203
(704) 372-3212

Triple C Brewing is located in South End, and is the largest of all 5 Charlotte breweries. They offer tours on Saturdays with tastings included, just make sure to check their website for more information! Their tap room is always open Tuesday through Sunday where you can get pints, growlers to go, bottles and kegs. Triple C’s best known beer is their 3C IPA, but they always have something new on tap for you to explore! If you want to support a local business and have a great time, Triple C Brewing is the place for you!

 


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Lenny Boy Brewing Co.

3000 S Tryon St, Charlotte, NC 28217
(980) 585-1728
Lenny Boy Brewing Co. is a local, organic brewery in the heart of South End. They are best known for their Kombucha, which is a fermented tea that is lightly carbonated and has a sweet and sour taste. In addition to their taproom, Lenny Boy also has a full-service kitchen that offers food like sandwiches, salads and entrees. They also have weekly events like yoga and trivia, so be sure to check their website for more information! Lenny Boy is perfect for anyone who wants to support a local, organic business!

 


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Brewers at 4001 Yancey

4001-A, Yancey Rd, Charlotte, NC 28217
(704) 452-4001

Brewers at 4001 Yancey is a small, intimate brewery located in South End. They specialize in Belgian and French style ales. In addition to their beer, they also serve wine and cider. They offer tastings and tours on Saturdays, and you can purchase growlers, bottles and kegs to go! Brewers at 4001 Yancey is perfect for anyone who wants to experience a variety of different local beer on tap. In addition, they have a patio that’s perfect for enjoying the Carolina weather!

 


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Wooden Robot Brewery

1440 S Tryon St UNIT 110, Charlotte, NC 28203
(980) 819-7875

Wooden Robot Brewery is right across the street from NoDa Brewing Company, so you can visit both in one day! They offer daily tours with tastings included, just make sure to check their website for more information. Their tap room is open Thursday through Sunday where you can get pints, growlers to go, bottles and kegs. Wooden Robot Brewery is known for their beers that have a twist, like their Farmer’s Daughter witbier which uses fresh cucumbers. They also have a crowler machine where you can fill up 32 oz cans from any of the taps! In addition, they offer bottle releases every other Thursday, so be sure to check out their Facebook page for more information. Wooden Robot Brewery is perfect for anyone who wants to try unique, local beers!

 


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Birdsong Brewing Co.

1016 N Davidson St, Charlotte, NC 28206
(704) 332-1810

Birdsong Brewing Co. is located in NoDa near NoDa Brewing Company! They have a tour on Saturdays with tastings included, check out their website for more information. They are best known for Jalapeno Pale Ale which they make every year around the Ides of March (March 15). In addition to their taproom, Birdsong also has a full service restaurant! They serve tacos, sandwiches and other beer snacks. Birdsong Brewing Co. is perfect for anyone who wants to visit NoDa and hang out in their brewery!

 


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Devil’s Logic Brewing

1426 E 4th St, Charlotte, NC 28204
(704) 666-1001

Devil’s Logic Brewing is a newer brewery in Charlotte. They are best known for their session IPA’s which are lower in alcohol but still have the same bold taste of traditional IPAs. In addition, they also offer small batch sours! Tours on Saturdays are offered with tastings included, check out their website for more information! The taproom is open Thursday through Sunday and you can purchase pints, growlers to go, bottles and kegs. Devil’s Logic Brewing is perfect for anyone who wants to try a variety of different IPAs! Furthermore, they have a great outdoor space that is perfect for hosting events!

 


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Suffolk Punch Brewing

2911 Griffith St, Charlotte, NC 28203
(704) 319-8650

Suffolk Punch Brewing is a new brewery in Charlotte that is best known for their English style ales. They have a tour on Saturdays with tastings included, check out their website for more information! The taproom is open Thursday through Sunday and you can purchase pints, growlers to go, bottles and kegs. Suffolk Punch Brewing is perfect for anyone who wants to experience a variety of different English style ales. In addition, they offer games such as cornhole and checkers!

 


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Divine Barrel Brewing

3701 N Davidson St Suite #203, Charlotte, NC 28205
(980) 237-1803

Divine Barrel Brewing is a brewery that is best known for their sour and barrel aged beers. They have a tour on Saturdays with tastings included, check out their website for more information! The taproom is open Thursday through Sunday and you can purchase pints, growlers to go, bottles and kegs. Divine Barrel Brewing is perfect for anyone who wants to try sour and barrel aged beers. Furthermore, they offer games such as Jenga and Connect Four!

 


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Free Range Brewing

2320 N Davidson St, Charlotte, NC 28205
(980) 201-9096

Free Range Brewing is a newer brewery in Charlotte that has a tour on Saturdays and Sundays with tastings included, check out their website for more information! The taproom is open Thursday through Sunday and you can purchase pints, growlers to go, bottles and kegs. Free Range Brewing is perfect for anyone who wants to try unique beers such as their Jalapeno Cream Ale and Grapefruit IPA. In addition, they have a great outdoor space that is perfect for hosting events!