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The Best Breweries In Greenville, South Carolina

November 30, 2022   |  Gabrielle Saulsbery, Southern Living

The 20-some breweries in and around town are adding to the city’s cool factor.

When Southerners think of beer, they think of Asheville, which has long had the most breweries per capita regionally (and nearly nationwide). There’s room for other opinions, though. Many think of Greenville as Asheville’s slightly older, more mature cousin that’s now becoming a sought-after destination. We even named it The South’s Best City on the Rise in March!

Much has changed since Greenville opened its first craft brewery in 1998, and trust us: The 20-some breweries in and around town are adding to the city’s cool factor today. If you’re visiting the area, let cold beer cool you off on hot days in any of the taprooms below. Staying a while? Snag a four-pack or crowler to take with you on any of the area’s nearby trails.


Welcome to Greenville’s only Certified B Corp brewery, a distinction administrator B Labs says means it “meet[s] the highest standards of verified social and environmental performance, public transparency, and legal accountability to balance profit and purpose.” Owners Terry Horner, Shane Horner, and Jeremy Schwendeman nabbed the certification this spring, making Liability one of just 18 breweries nationally who fit the bill. You should feel good about the beer you drink, and at Liability, the feel  good comes twofold–the former reason, and a latter one: It’s good, approachable drinking. Try the I Support Pun Control hazy IPA and the Every Time You Close Your Ryes rye beer.


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