charlotte breweriesCharlotte’s brewery scene is booming and it’s no question why – everyone loves a great local beer! New breweries are popping up constantly and with over twenty different options, choosing which ones to visit this week can be overwhelming but we’re here to help!

Suffolk Punch

With an industrial vibe, Suffolk Punch is a great spot to cozy up on those rainy, cold days! The brewery/restaurant/coffee shop has an incredible menu (the brunch is delicious!) and features over 50 taps for all of the beer lovers out there.

Address: 2911 Griffith Street, Suite A

Legion Brewing

With two locations and a great atmosphere, Legion Brewing is a great place to spend a Saturday surrounded by friends. Don’t know what to order? We suggest trying the Freedom Park Pale Ale and Amy’s ice cream sandwich!

Address: 1906 Commonwealth Avenue; 5610 Carnegie Boulevard

Lenny Boy Brewing Co.

When Lenny Boy Brewing Co. first opened, they only brewed kombucha and have since become the only Certified Organic kombucha producer in the Southeast! If kombucha isn’t your thing, they also brew a variety of traditional ales and lagers, sours, and wild ales for you to enjoy.

Address: 3000 S. Tryon Street

Old Mecklenburg Brewery

As one of the oldest breweries in Charlotte and a huge outdoor space, Old Mecklenberg Brewery is a great spot to spend the day, especially if you have children! With several events throughout the year, OMB guarantees you a great time.

Address: 4150 Yancey Road

Sugar Creek Brewing Company

If you’re looking for a spot that’s Instagram worthy, this is it! With great décor and a white and blue interior, you won’t be able to resist taking a photo or two. Keep in mind that the brewery is on the smaller side so if you’re planning on visiting on the weekend, get there on the earlier side to get good seating!

Address: 215 Southside Drive