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.
When the weather outside gets frightful, beer gets stronger, and while every brewery seems to have a winter seasonal, every brewery and their brother seems to have a Christmas beer. Meanwhile,... 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.
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.
American Pale Ale (APA)
Charleston is a pretty kickass place to live if you ask us, and that's thanks to a lot of little kickass details. We've honored some of those details in other beers - pluff mud, for example. When it... 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.
Scratch is Holy City's housemade root beer, a zero-alcohol alternative to our other beers to help quench the thirst of young'uns and old'uns alike. We brew it with a cane sugar and molasses base,... Read more.
American Double / Imperial IPA
Wranglers aren't just your dad's brand of blue jeans. As brewers, we spend lots of time cultivating and herding yeast from tank to tank and batch to batch. Us hombres at Holy City fancy ourselves... Read more.
When is a Tripel not a Tripel? When it's a Quintuple.This is our gargantuan, boozy, monster of a take on a traditional Belgian Tripel, fermented with French Saison yeast. At 13.9% ABV, fueled by... Read more.
American Blonde Ale
After much patting of our own backs for winning Best Local Brewery in the 2015 Best of Charleston awards, we knew it was time to get to work. A Best Of party needs a beer, after all.#BOC2015 is all... Read more.