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Revelry Brewing Company Opens Sour Beer Tasting Room

Tour the Hold

Erin Perkins is the editor of Eater Carolinas.

Award-winning Revelry Brewing Company unlocked the doors to the Hold over the past weekend. The new facility at 36 Romney St. is dedicated to the production and tasting of sour and wild barrel-aged beer. This is located just down the street from the brewery’s 10 Conroy St. location.

Above the bar is the koelschip, which is an open top fermentation vessel utilized in the winter months for spontaneously fermented batches. The room is lined with oak and is tied together with murals from in-house artist Chris Kemp.

In addition to the new space, Revelry Brewing Company also learned it was rated the number five brewery in the 2018 US Open Beer Championship.

Here, Eater photographer Leslie Ryann McKellar tours the Hold. The space is open from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday this week, but it will open daily next week. Fans of funky beers should feel at home at the Hold.

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