Commonhouse Aleworks – Park Circle

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Zoning In

The I last wrote about the actual process of planning and opening a brewery was back when I said that a location announcement was imminent. That was in July, and here it is November and I still haven’t made any announcements. I do apologize about that, but we are not planning to send out any […]

A Location Announcement is Imminent

You know what the hardest part is about planning a brewery? Having a free second to tell you all about it. For realz. Well, maybe finding a location too. The past several weeks have seen our “planning” go from 0-100 in intensity and direction. We have spent countless hours over the past year formulating a […]

Old Fool in the Old School

I realize that neither Pearce nor I have any formal training as brewmasters. You probably have thought to yourself, “What are these yay-hoos gonna do once presented with large scale commercial brewing equipment?” Well, you are right. We don’t know how to brew on commercial brewing equipment. But we aren’t afraid to learn either. Currently, […]

Room for more breweries?

So one of the most asked questions that we have been asked is, “Is the market saturated in Charleston?” or “Is there enough room for another brewery in Charleston?” We have been working on our business plan very diligently and this question is one that HAS to be answered before we move forward. The research that […]