Charlotte Beer Map

Looking for craft beer in Charlotte?

On the map below you’ll find some of the best Charlotte beer spots, broken down into three sections: breweries, bottle shops and bars/restaurants.

Did I leave off a favorite beer destination of yours? Feel free to leave a comment with the name of the location and why you feel it worthy of being added to the Charlotte beer map.

You might find it easier to view the full map through Google Maps.

Comments

  1. Notables Missing:

    Duckworth’s Grill & Taphouse – 4435 Park Road, Charlotte, NC 28209
    Four Friends Brewery – 10913 C Office Park Drive, Charlotte, NC 28273
    Growlers Pourhouse – 3120 North Davidson Street, Charlotte NC 28205

    Great resource, though; thanks for taking the time to make this map!

    • Daniel says:

      Hey Jonathan, thanks very much for stopping by!

      Duckworth’s is on there. Four Friends and Growler’s aren’t because they aren’t yet on Google Maps, and I’m not sure if I can create a location. I’m pretty sure there’s a way to do that, though. I’ll look into it, because those two establishments certainly deserve to be on the list.

      Thanks for sending the addresses as well!

  2. Juan Lozano says:

    You are forgetting all Lake Norman locations such as Mac’s Spped Shop, Duckworths, Brixx, Total Wine, Jack’s Corner Tap and several others.

  3. Ford Craven says:

    Add Lil’ Robert’s Place in Downtown Concord. Craft Beer store and always rotating 8 taps. Thanks!

    • Daniel says:

      Hey Ford, I’ve added Lil’ Robert’s Place to the map. I think I went to do that a while back but I wasn’t able to since they weren’t on Google Maps at the time. I don’t get up to the Concord area much, but Lil’ Robert’s has been on my list of places to check out for some time. Thanks again for stopping by.

  4. Aaron says:

    Come on man, this really needs updating, especially if you’re going to have a link at the top your site… Laurel Market on South is closed. Missing almost all of the breweries. Missing bottle shops. And there are dupes. If they don’t have addresses you can click and add them.

    • Daniel says:

      Sorry Aaron, you’re right — it does need some updating. I’ve been doing all I can to keep up with the events, but I’ll make it a point to devote some time in the next week or so to updating the map. Thanks!

  5. Rob says:

    Don’t forget Brickhouse Tavern and Flatiron Restaurant in Davidson. Great draft selection!

  6. Rob says:

    Another great beer bar in Davidson- Davidson Beverage Company. Great bottle selection and 12 rotating taps. Gathering place for the local craft home brewers.

  7. John says:

    Howdy Daniel,

    What do you think about opening this up for public editing? If you set it as public, folks who are signed in to Google can edit. Obviously this could backfire, but I would bet that the beer folk would outnumber the jackasses. Here are the instructions if you’re interested:

    http://support.google.com/maps/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=144365

    • Daniel says:

      Hey John!

      I would be glad to open it up to the public. Let me mess around and see if I can figure out how to do so. That link didn’t work, and I think I used a different account to create the map. I’m sure I’ll be able to figure it out.

      I know the map needs some updating; it’s something I’ve been meaning to do for some time. I’d be grateful to have some help!

      Thanks for reading,

      Daniel

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