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A Look at Our History…

A Look at Our History…

  Hello friend! Welcome to Pitt Street Brewing Company. We are so glad you're here! We've come a long way since the days of the old Coca-Cola Bottling Plant. The brewery’s founders made an investment in an area that will blossom and help revitalize the community,...

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For the safety of our staff and guests, both locations will be closed today, September 30th. We hope to resume normal business hours for each location tomorrow, Saturday.
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🌧UPDATE🌧⁣⁣
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In the best interest of team and guest safety - we have decided to close our Greenville taproom today Friday, September 30th. ⁣⁣
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We are planning to be open normal hours tomorrow October 1st 12pm - 12am. ⁣⁣
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Stay Safe 💛Your PSBC Fam
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Pitt Street Brewing Company1 day ago
👑Beer Release👑

Available: Friday, September 30th
Peachy King - Wine Barrel Aged Peach Lambic | 7%

The next episode in our Barrels of Legend Series: Peachy King - is not your everyday sour. Aged for 1 year in an oak foder, and then an addition three month secondary fermentation in white wine barrels with 42 pounds of peach purée.

This unique brew has been a passion project for our Head Brewer Darrien for the last year and a half! Here are his tasting notes: This is a full bodied and full flavor sour. A very bright and punchy tartness greets you on the first sip, but lends itself to flavors of unripened peaches, savory white wine, and finishing with an oaky wood aroma.

This is the first of two wild fermentation beers we will be releasing in this series 🍻
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