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3 Charlotte Breweries Worth a Special Visit

Charlotte may be known for its museums, NASCAR, and professional sports, but there’s more to life in Charlotte than the city’s main attractions. The craft beer scene has taken Charlotte by storm. Brewing companies (and even a cidery) have popped up in Charlotte’s neighborhoods, adding to the already vibrant nightlife choices.

Whether you’re planning your next weekend or are thinking about buying a home in Charlotte, here are just a few of the best brewing companies you don’t want to miss.

Heist Brewery in NoDa

light craft beer in glassThe modern-yet-rustic vibe, along with unique craft beer concoctions, makes Heist Brewery a top choice in Charlotte. Their beers include a farmhouse ale with gooseberry tartness (Talk to Me, Goose), an oatmeal stout with prominent tastes of dark coffee (French Toast Joe), and a Belgian dubbel with a hint of sweetness (I Need Dubs).

North Davidson, or NoDa as the locals call it, is a vibrant Charlotte neighborhood day or night. Breweries are only one key feature of this unique community.

Legion Brewing Company in Plaza Midwood

The fun never stops in Plaza Midwood. If you’re in the neighborhood, venture to Legion Brewing. The brewing company keeps several craft beers on tap, from a low-alcohol Belgian table beer to a strong American Barleywine. Feeling adventurous? Ask what’s on for the Adventure Tap; it’s $4 a glass with $1 going to a local charity.

Like NoDa, Plaza Midwood has a vibrant nightlife scene around Central Avenue. Restaurants, bars, and local music venues draw residents from across Charlotte.

Triple C Brewing Company in South End

pouring craft beer at a barThe exposed brick, outdoor seating, rotating food trucks, and delicious craft beer choices make Triple C Brewing one Charlotte brewery you can’t miss. But Triple C Brewing isn’t the only brewing company in South End. Make sure you add Red Clay Ciderworks (Charlotte’s first cidery), The Unknown Brewing Company, and Wooden Robot Brewery to your Charlotte brewery bucket list.

South End is another popular area in Charlotte that offers endless nightlife choices. From brewing companies to neighborhood bars, there are many ways to have fun any time of day.

Looking for More Nightlife in Charlotte?

Many bars in Charlotte keep craft beer on tap. Stop by Ed’s Tavern in DilworthBulldog Beer & Wine or The Gin Mill in South End, and VBGB Beer Hall & Garden in Wesley Heights.

Make the Move to Charlotte

Charlotte has so many brewing companies and bars that it’s impossible to name them all! Come experience Charlotte’s craft beer scene — and its incredible lifestyle — for yourself. Call us at 704-400-4578 to learn more about the Charlotte area or about available homes for sale near your favorite breweries.

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