Carolina Bauernhaus™ is a farmhouse brewery in Anderson, SC. Our hand crafted ales pay homage to the rich agricultural resources of the Upstate by using locally sourced malt, grains, yeast, and hops.
While our brewing techniques may be Belgian inspired, our beers are not reverent to tradition. We create unique flavor combinations through locally sourced yeasts, various species of brettanomyces, local herbs and spices; and, of course, lots of locally grown hops.
From Carolina Bauernhaus' taproom and pilot system in downtown Anderson SC to our production brewery on a working farm just outside of Anderson, we will strive to create a family of unique beers that range from approachable saisons to challenging barrel aged sour beers.
Carolina Bauernhaus Ales at Wilbur Ashley Auto Service
115 W Federal Street Anderson, SC 29625 (864) 401-8167
- Sunday 12-8
- Monday 4-11
- Tuesday 4-11
- Wednesday 4-11
- Thursday 4-11
- Friday 4-12
- Saturday 12-12
- Opuntia Sour rye saison with prickly pear, plums, & pluots - 6.2%
- Tigerade Native pale ale with blood oranges - 5.8%
- Citrhaus Sauvage Wild native fermented wheat ale with grapefruit - 5.3%
- Barrel Fermented FRIPA Farmhouse Rye IPA fermented in cabernet barrels - 6.5%
- Barrel Aged Grand Ol Fuzz Pinot Noir barrel aged saison with peaches. Collab with RJ Rockers - 6.9%
- 18 Mile Red Plum Sour red ale on plums - 7.2%
- Whiskey Sour Golden sour ale aged in bourbon barrels with lemons & limes - 4.5%
- Walhallapeño Gose style sour ale with local jalapeños - 5.4%
Our Farmhouse Rye IPA contains generous amounts of American hops, locally malted barley & rye, native yeast and Brett combine to make an IPA like no other. A balance between the floral hop notes & grassy funk of this hazy gold beer will delight your tastebuds.
6.7% ABV | 55 IBU
Sour Power! This modern take on a traditional Flanders red has notes of dark fruits like cherries and figs as well as a bright acidic note that will make your mouth water. The deep ruby red color of this beer is a joy to behold.
7.2% ABV | 22 IBU
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