Do you serve food?
We are now serving up a full menu by local F&B hero Brannon Florie in our new partnership, Florie’s at Commonhouse Aleworks. Stay tuned to social media for daily specials. Food will be available whenever we are open to the public. Click here to check out the regular menu as well as our Sunday Bluegrass Brunch menu.
Do you have non-beer/gluten-free options?
We have a house red and a house white wine, curated by Stems & Skins. We also serve a Rosé cider made by Wolffër Estate Vineyard as long as we are able to get it from our supplier.
Are children welcome?
Commonhouse is proud to be family-friendly establishment. However, for the safety and enjoyment of all patrons, we ask that children are kept under direct and immediate supervision at all times.
Are dogs allowed?
Well behaved dogs on leashes are absolutely welcome in the beer yard. They are not allowed inside the taphouse due to DHEC regulations. Thank you for understanding.
Are you hiring?
Resumes and a paragraph about yourself are always accepted at email@example.com.
Can you accommodate large parties?
If you plan to visit us with a group of 10 or more folks, please go to our Event Request page and fill out the provided form. We want to make sure that we are staffed appropriately in order to provide the best service possible.
What about private or semi-private events or corporate happy hours?
We can do that too. Please head to the Event Request page and fill out the provided form.
Do you have Wi-Fi?
We have the best Wi-Fi.
Why don’t you fill or sell Growlers?
Our vehicle of choice for providing you with fresh to-go beer is the 32-ounce Crowler. We DO NOT fill or sell growlers. Filling Crowlers gives us a better opportunity for quality assurance when it comes to beer leaving the brewery. We want our beer tasting as good when you get home as it does in our taphouse. Here are a few interesting facts (thanks to our friends at WeldWerks Brewing who have the same philosophy) that we hope will give you insight into our decesion:
- Crowlers guarantee freshness and quality; growlers may have stubborn filth and funk that could taint the beer and create undesirable flavors.
- While growlers will last less than a week unopened, and 24 hours once opened, Crowlers can sit for up to four weeks without deterioration of quality.
- Once opened, the whole can will be consumed which guarantees that you are experiencing the beer at its best.
- The aluminum is recyclable and made from 68% recycled content.
- Crowlers are more easily transportable. Charleston is a city full of outdoor activities; Crowlers are great for taking out on the boat, going to the park, or other activities where glass is not ideal. Once consumed, they can be condensed into a manageable “pack it out” size.
- Unlike growlers, properly purged and sealed Crowlers will experience zero oxygen ingress and zero light penetration, once again keeping the beer fresher.