On tap

The following beer is currently available for samples and growler fills in our tap room during normal working hours.

5.5%
American Porter
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.
5.0%
German Pilsner
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.
8.0%
Black IPA / Cascadian Dark Ale
What’s in a name? In the beer world, a lot, apparently. As highly-hopped, darker ales became all the rage over the last few years, the fight over what to call the style got fierce, and at times,... Read more.
5.3%
Hefeweizen
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.
6.9%
American IPA
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.
5.8%
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.
13.3%
American Barleywine
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.
6.8%
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.
5.0%
German Pilsner
"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.
4.8%
American Adjunct Lager
When you need a cold-brewed, fresh rock spring filtered, smoothtastic light beer that turns your mountains blue...you don't. What you do need is Dorchester Lite, our rice lager brewed with Carolina... Read more.
3.8%
American Porter
Just for funsies, we collaborated with our friends and fellow North-Charlestonians at Frothy Beard Brewing Company on two beers in mid-2015, one brewed at each of our facilities. The idea was for us... Read more.
6.8%
American IPA
Throughout the night, we often dream up different techniques to apply to tried-and-true beer styles. Olfactory Hues takes the IPA template and spins it on its head. We kept the moist green aroma hops... Read more.
5.0%
Saison / Farmhouse Ale
Holy City has a new crew of folks brewing on Saturdays. Some of their faces are new, and others are familiar, but they're all new to Saturday. In appreciation of their hard work on a lot of folks'... Read more.
5.9%
American Pale Ale (APA)
Put on your most jangly set of spurs and get ready for our new pale ale, Giddy Up. The color on this one leans reddish - more Bay than Chesnut - and the nose is dominated by a bale-sized addition of... Read more.
6.9%
Saison / Farmhouse Ale
Brewers are good folks. Our friends Sarah Gayle from Tradesman Brewing on James Island and Macey from Frothy Beard Brewing on North Charleston started "Brewster's Brew Day," where they invite ladies... Read more.
5.0%
American Blonde Ale
What's in a name? Sometimes, everything.This straight-up American Blonde Ale was brewed with only Bohemian Pilsner and Simcoe hops. The juicy pine goodness of the hops shine right through with just a... Read more.
8.5%
Saison / Farmhouse Ale
A strong peach saison.Below you'll find a letter from a very special little boy to his hero.Dear Mr. James Buffett,My name is Jack Pitts, and I too am a pirate looking at 4, about 300 years too late... Read more.