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The Sycamore Brewery is a brewery, taproom and beer garden with a lively vibe and plenty of weekly events. This is one of the best places to head to with your friends. Choose from over 28 rotating drafts as you play games like corn hole and ping pong. The indoor room is cozy and fitted with poplar plank walls and a copper-finished bar. Virtually everything in the bar was crafted by the owner himself, or a member of his family, and this care is beautifully reflected in every line - a true labor of love. The same passion has gone into the crafting of their signature ales; try the Peak Farm or Mountain Candy. For eats, you can order from their limited menu of gourmet sandwiches or opt for a bite from one of their partner food trucks. The lively atmosphere is amplified by musical performances each weekend, making it a must-visit for beer aficionados and non-beer drinkers alike.
A hip staple of Charlotte's NoDa neighborhood, Heist Brewery is known for its selection of handcrafted beers on tap, including the Station #7 Red Ale, with hints of two different kinds of caramel malts for a sweet treat. Heist Brewery also crafts its own sodas and offers a menu of standard pub fare snack foods with a twist. These aren't your average corn dogs when they're made with pork belly.
Triple C brewing company is a classy brewery with a rustic kind of theme inside offering a wide range of beer crafted to please the locals of Charlotte as well as the ones just visiting. Enjoy Triple C on Saturdays with live music. A number of bartenders are present to take care of your beer needs. Order from the flight list or grab a pint and enjoy the snacks from the food trucks outside. The place is dog friendly so feel free to get your dog along while enjoying your beer. Do check out the merchandise for men and women along with accessories and gift cards that are up for sale.
The Olde Mecklenburg Brewery is one of the oldest and most famous breweries in Charlotte. The beers have a distinctive and original German feel to it and the brews tend to be a classic mix of hops, malt, water and yeast without any other experimental addition. After a tour of the facilities, you can settle down for a drink and a couple of hearty American snacks or sit out in the German style beer garden. A good time to visit is during the famous Oktoberfest that takes place in Olde Mecklenburg Brewery.