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Known For

Beer

The first brewery to operate on James Island turns a warehouse behind a gas station into a beer cave. The brewmaster taught himself the craft and there’s a DIY feel to the taproom, with keg tap handles shaped like wrenches, shovels and other tools, in a space that often throws beer and food events with local restaurants. Don’t come looking for innovation here, it’s about the typical American ales, so go elsewhere for your juniper-rosemary IPAs.

Charleston

Tradesman Brewing

Tradesman Brewing Co.

The first brewery to operate on James Island turns a warehouse behind a gas station into a beer cave. The brewmaster taught himself the craft and there’s a DIY feel to the taproom, with keg tap handles shaped like wrenches, shovels and other tools, in a space that often throws beer and food events with local restaurants. Don’t come looking for innovation here, it’s about the typical American ales, so go elsewhere for your juniper-rosemary IPAs.