On tap

The following beer is currently available for samples and growler fills in our tasting 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.
10.3%
American Porter
As the weather turns colder, the F&B industry trudges along, and the shift beers get darker and more malty with the season. Continuing with Shiftee concept, we brewed Graveyard Shiftee as a... Read more.
5.8%
Irish Dry Stout
After pairing rich, roasty stout with oysters for years, enterprising European brewers started putting oysters in the beer in the early 20th century. Oysters impart a silky mouthfeel thanks to their... Read more.
10.5%
Doppelbock
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.
5.2%
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.
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.