The following beer is currently available for samples and growler fills in our tap room during normal working hours.
Pluff mud [plŭff-mŭd], noun, A mixture of dirt and water indigenous to the marshes of the South Carolina Lowcountry, with a distinct odor that’s endearing to locals, but off-putting to tourists and... Read more.
The first flagship beer in the Holy City arsenal is our version of a traditional Bohemian-style Pilsner, with significantly amped-up hops, imparting a wonderfully sharp bite to what’s already a dry,... Read more.
American Double / Imperial Stout
We’ve got some pretty kickass neighbors, and Palmetto Collision, a family business that’s been operating for over 35 years, is one of them. We made fast friends with Mike, who helps fabricate our tap... Read more.
Named for a locally-loved section of Folly Beach, Washout Wheat is an excellent hot weather beer, and our first wheat beer. We checked the overdone spice additions of coriander and orange peel at the... Read more.
Munich Dunkel Lager
Ask most folks to picture German beer, and they'll likely imagine something yellow. Delicious and full-bodied, but yellow. Dunkel is just as German as those iconic lagers. In fact, it's a lager too,... Read more.
Oh, the wonders of modern technology. Holy City's Assistant Brewer Extraordinaire, Tim Bettencourt, was tasked with coming up with a beer for Brewvival. He jumped at the chance to make a giant... Read more.
Our monthly Carnival Nights often feature a beer/chocolate pairing with our good friend, Johnny Battles, founder of Sweeteeth. It's high time we made a beer with this guy, and Fancy Stout is our... Read more.
American Brown Ale
If you've ever seen a professional, male brewer, odds are you've seen a beard. There is some magical, unspoken connection between folks that make beer for a living and folks that dig on facial hair.... Read more.
"Timmons writes our beer descriptions.Timmons' wife is Summer. Summer's Dad is Rick. Rick likes bourbon. Our Bourbon Barrel Pilsner smells like Rick." -Chris Brown Read more.
Charleston's got a rep as a friendly city. We're probably on some dumb list for it. All we know is word has spread further south to Florida, because our friends from Boca Raton's Funky Buddha Lounge... Read more.
Things are getting chilly outside (every now and then), and those...delightful songs are playing everywhere, so it must be time for The Holidays. We're helping you celebrate, rejoice, and otherwise... Read more.
Milk / Sweet Stout
We've collaborated with our upstate buddies at RJ Rockers twice before, producing Stuck on Rye 26 at their brewery and then Holy Citra, RJ! at ours. When we contemplated doing four collaboration... Read more.
Dedicated to Eryc Riddle: a man that lived life to the fullest and who left this life for a greater one on May 14, 2014.An American IPA, brewed at Holy City by Eryc's friends - Chris Brown, Collin... Read more.
Sometimes, an issue transcends everything. Sometimes politics, upbringing, and all the rest of our baggage fall by the wayside when something affects the place you live and love. That's where we... Read more.
Remember New Year's Resolution Doppelbock, our debaucherous post-Christmas beer? So do we, we think...We put a new spin on this old favorite by fermenting this batch with French Saison yeast. All of... Read more.
There are plenty of English Bitters in the beer world, and they’re brown, malty and delicious. We decided to brew a special English Bitter with our friends at Keg Cowboy in Columbia, South Carolina,... Read more.
We’ve let it be known since our first year at Brewvival that we at Holy City Brewing love putting bacon into porters and brown ales. We typically slap a early 90’s Hip-Hop name on the beer to pay... Read more.
Belgian Pale Ale
We decided to get together with the culinary geniuses at The Obstinate Daughter on Sullivan’s Island to come up with this beer, and it’s called Salad Nicoise. “I don’t want a salad,” you say. “I want... Read more.
American Pale Ale (APA)
When people go visit a brewery, any brewery, really, they know that they are going to sacred, hallowed ground. Breweries are magical places where the beer is born, and they are the best spots to... Read more.