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Benford Brewing Co. ~ Lancaster, SC

Bryan O’Neal and the crew at Benford Brewing in Lancaster, SC have taken craft brew in the Carolina’s to a whole new level.

The brewery itself is located on a farm (2271 Boxcar Rd) in the beautiful countryside south of Charlotte in Lancaster County.  As South Carolina’s only certified agricultural brewery, Benford is a perfect getaway for those who want to escape the typical brewery set up.  Be prepared to kick back  with “family” and enjoy great conversations while tossing back a few brews back.  Although they are only open only on Saturdays, but do offer several family friendly events throughout the year with live music, giant beer pong and wheelbarrow racing.

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Why Brew? Jarvis at Yorkchester Tells Us!

We asked Jarvis Roberts, owner / brewer at York Chester Brewing Company in Belmont, NC why he took up Brewing.  You won’t believe his reposnse!

 

York Chester Brewing ~ Belmont, NC

One small business is smaller than most. In fact, it is tiny by comparison to similar concepts throughout the Carolina’s.  The York Chester Brewing Company, founded by Jarvis Roberts and his wife Julia, is a nano brewery that opened it’s tiny taproom in one small corner of the Riverside Complex at 1500 Riverside Drive #250 in late 2016.

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Brewery 85 ~ Greenville, SC

Since South Carolina loosened up the rules for Breweries in the Palmetto State, Greenville, in the Upstate area has witnessed a renaissance in craft beer.  We took a road trip along I-85 to checkout the areas craft beer scene and get a little taste of what’s to come.

Founded in 2014, Brewery 85 is a craft Microbrewery in Greenville that specializes in what they call “Marrying Southern culture with Craft Beer Spirit.”

We made our trek to the Brewery 85 taproom / brewery at 6 Whitlee just one week after the Clemson Tigers upset the Alabama Crimson Tide in the College Football Playoff National Championship.  We should have known that the folks in Greenville, located just 45-minutes from Clemson University, would still be celebrating.  The whole town was in party mode and parking was a challenge.

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