Everyone knows the very best brews come from below the Mason-Dixon. (Fine, maybe we’re a little biased.)
In honor of National Drink Beer Day, we’re taking you on a tour of the finest breweries the South has to offer!
Located in East Nashville, Fat Bottom compares its craft beer to the Victorian architecture nearby: “A solid and well-crafted exterior, with colorful and artistic flavors waiting to be discovered inside.” The taproom and beer garden serve small plates as well as a full dinner menu.
The taproom and beer garden serve small plates as well as a full dinner menu. Learn more.
This deep South brewery takes its inspiration from local lore. Read more about the building’s rich history here, then plan a tour to live the magic for yourself while sipping one of Birmingham’s finest brews in their taproom.
Located 30 miles north of New Orleans, this Lousiana staple has been going strong since 1986. The brewery is named for Abita Springs and its pristine wells from which it draws the water for its products. Learn more about the preservative-, additive- and stabilizer-free process here.
Mississippi’s oldest packaging brewery is known for its wide variety of products found throughout the South. Get to know them here, and use their beer locator to find a brew near you.
You’d never believe this Asheville brewery grew from retrofitted dairy equipment. Currently, Highland boasts a rooftop bar, outdoor bar and entertainment area and indoor event space—keep up with the evolution here.
This West Coast style brewery found its roots in Atlanta in 1997. See how the brand, currently located in Midtown, got its start here.
And don’t miss…
Live Oak Brewing Company | Austin, TX
Holy City Brewing | North Charleston, SC
Starr Hill Brewing Company | Crozet, VA
White Squirrel Brewery | Bowling Green, KY