Beer, like wisdom, is accessible with age, best served in small batches, and an excellent thing to bring to a job interview. Pad your restaurant résumé with today’s Groupon: for $6, you get $12 worth of American eats and drinks at Charleston Beer Works, located on King Street.
Charleston Beer Works boasts an impressive selection of draught beers and a menu brimming with sports-bar favorites. Commence preemptive celebratory snacking with loaded tater tots ($3.95), crispy fried calamari with marinara sauce ($6.75), fried pickle wedges ($6.50) featuring a remoulade for dipping, or, for those with more sophisticated palettes, the corn dog and fries ($5.95). A build-your-own burger, grilled chicken sandwich, or fried chicken sandwich (all $5.95) will please eaters needing to express themselves through personality-representing toppings ($0.25–$1 each) such as jalapenos, nacho cheese, or chili. Charleston Beer Works also offers wings (starting at $5.75 for six wings) that can be dressed in your choice of 15 saucy coatings, including a wasabi ranch, a jalapeno lime, and the house signature dry rub. Oil down esophagus tubes with one, or five, of the 40 craft brews on tap—hoppy helpings include the Atlanta-based Sweetwater Blue, the proletariat Pabst Blue Ribbon, and the age-old Yuengling, as American an alcohol as apple pie champagne.
An array of entertainment keeps Charleston Beer Works patrons engaged amidst eating—put an underappreciated knowledge of 1980s DeLorean-based time-traveling films to good use on Monday’s trivia night, or glue optical processors to the 16 high-definition TVs and two eight-foot projection screens adorning the bar’s walls. Charleston Beer Works subscribes to all DIRECTV sports packages, so patrons will always have a place to cozy up to a beer and watch the national speed-reading championships.
This Groupon is for dine-in only, and it is not valid with happy hour or other offers.
Reviews are limited, but Charleston Beer Works does get a 3.5-star average from nine Yelpers:
- It's easily one of THE BEST places to go for a brew. They have a very large selection of micros, not only in the bottle, but on draft. – Josh A.
- Excellent beer selection. Good place to watch a game. – David H.
- If you are looking for a place that has seating for a group or that you can watch multiple games at a time...this would be a great place! – Christine G.
Mazyck - Wraggborough
468 King St.
Charleston, South Carolina 29403Get Directions