Brought to you by the Main Street Bottle Shop and Historic Rock Hill, Tap the Rock will have nearly 50 Breweries and 100 Beers to quench any beer lovers palate. Moreover, Tap the Rock is not only Rock Hill’s largest braft beer festival, it is one of the largest festivals of its kind so close to Charlotte with so many South Carolina Brewers in attendance.
Tickets are available at https://taptherock.org/ and be sure to get VIP if you want to try out some very rare and exclusive beers and food!
Words cannot express the awesomeness that is the Three Spirits Brewing Company in Charlotte, NC.
Jennifer and Tabu Terrell, both Medical doctors, opened Three Spirits in late 2015 with the goal of introducing higher quality comfort craft brews to the area. With ABVs hovering around 5 and 6%, the variety and flavours offer something for every palate preference, including those favoring IPA’s, pale ales, and porters.
The “Christmas Carol” inspired taproom, right out of the Charles Dicken’s novel, is setup like an old English pub, complete with a dark walnut-esque bar, semi-private cubby-holes, and Pub-style seating.
The spacious atmosphere and wide open seating make this brewery one of the more spacious for larger groups, but very intimate for private meetings.
Fantastic brewery and taproom with character that is second to none.
With over 20 breweries in the Charlotte, NC area and another 20 or so in various stages of planning, finding the time necessary to experience the best craft beer that the Queen City has to offer can be daunting. North, South, East, and West, beer enthusiasts can spend more time travelling to the various taprooms than getting to partake in their delectable delights.
Fortunately, some local craft beer aficionados have setup a system to take the guesswork out of brewery visits. Ben Singleton, Liz Nutter, and Nick Campo recently launched Charlotte Brewery Tours with the goal of showing off the best beer and taprooms in the QC.
Just 20 minutes northeast of Charlotte off I-85 in Concord sits the 26-Acres Brewery located at 7285 W Winds Blvd NW.
Named after the original 26-Acres that delineated the original boundaries of the town of Concord in 1786, the 26-Acres Brewery took years to plan and even longer to open. But in October 2016, with new rules in the books, the 15-barrel 8,700 SqFt brewery and taproom opened its doors to the public and joined Cabarrus Brewery and High Branch Brewery in Cabarrus County.
This Brewery is a fantastic venue for the whole family, including the 4-legged variety, and has ample seating both inside and out. A dozen picnic tables (some covered) are outside and all styles of tables and chairs for groups large and small are located in the spacious taproom that can accommodate intimate groups and beyond.
It is kid friendly and have a comedy night and have other fun activities throughout the week. And, they are open 7-days a week which is rare for any brewery in the area.
Their beer menu is always in flux, but they have some fantastic flagship brews, including the Corban Avenue Honey Blonde which has won some awards.
26-Acres also carries the Jasper Ridge Kombucha in their taproom (Amazing) as well as various wines and other beverages.
Love the setup here and look forward to what’s to come!
7285 W Winds Blvd NW., Concord