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Additional Brewmiceter Hints (Part 1)

  1. Besides being the oldest brewery in the upstate, this is a  family owned and operated endeavor. The name is a great  representation of their plan to “set out brewing delicious  handcrafted beers focusing on a foundation of pristine Blue Ridge Mountain water”. You may hear a local or two, put a beer down,  pound on the table and shout “followustothecreek”. 

  2. Go ahead, don’t wait for the stars to come out, just follow  the white stripes on the roads to this brewery’s home base. Come  one, come thirteen, come all….you will  discover a craft beer tailored perfectly for you. This brewery  believes we should all embrace a legacy while helping to create and  foster our communities.  

  3. It is just as hard to get Chef Whisker Mouse to stop enjoying the craft kitchen with seasonal rotating menu designed to pair with beer, as it is to distract him from the 70 taps plus ciders, wine and house cocktails.  He may be at the indoor dining room (craft kitchen), the covered patio and outdoor bar or the large lawn. 

  4. UPDATE: Trevor has moved to a temporary location until his original brewery reopens. Stay tuned.  (Put on any outfit, get comfortable and head out to look for - literally look for - the Half Moon. Once you find it, you will not  be more than a stone’s throw from Church. Head down the slight slope to find the 4 Pine Trees and great beer inside.)  

  5. Have you noticed how the Swamp Rabbit Trail is  continuing to grow and flourish? As you travel along the trail, respect the swamp, watch the birds, find butterflies and count rabbit tails. This brewery will be waiting to provide travelers with original cold brews and local hospitality.  

  6. This Brewery’s home base is in Anderson, and their new  addition, still in Carolina, is located just a little west of downtown Greenville. Here they are referred to as a Brewery & Winery™ and have a beer garden, amazing craft beers, events and great  people. You may meet Perry, Irvin, Penny or even Poe while you relax, sip and enjoy. 

  7. Stop by Harris Teeter, then wade your way thru the Hamptons to find yourself in their community, which is your community.  Small bottle shop, growler bar, wine bar; you decide.

  8. Near downtown Greenville, you would never know that this brewery was once a tire warehouse, that they turned into cozy destination, which includes vintage sofas, handcrafted tables, of course great hand crafted beers, and even a pet-friendly outdoor biergarden. Although you will not see the Michelin Tire Man (young hops hunters you may have to google that), if you look just right, really hard, and when the sun is in the correct spot, you may see Washington come out of Church. 
Stuck? View the Additional Hints Part 2 **SUPER SPOILERS**