Carolina Bauernhaus creates uniquely handcrafted ales that reflect the soil, water, and air of Upstate SC through locally sourced yeasts, hops and grains.

The Peachening ~ October 19th!

Go ahead and clear your schedule folks for October 19th from 4-11pm because this years #PEACHENING is gonna school your taste buds on the wonders of SC’s most prized fruit. Thanks to our relationship with Clemson University we served as shephards for nearly 10,000lbs of soft fruits too ripe for market…and guess where they went!? Into the most amazing beers that you’ll ever put into your face! We have more than a dozen collaborators this year from NC, SC and GA so stay tuned as we make anouncements.

Live music from 6:30-9:30 pm and the crew from Clemson Musser Fruit Research Farm will be in the Haus to fill your heads with Peach knowledge and trivia.

Also much peach goodness food-wise is in store so go ahead and click “going” to get all of the updates as we announce participating brewers, bands, chefs and music collaborators along with this year’s non-profit charity. 16 Taps of peachy goodness kicking off the festivities before Carolina BrewHaHa

18 Mile Red

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

The name of our golden sour ale was inspired by the heirloom Wrens Abruzzi rye malt provided by our friends at Riverbend Malt House. German legend has it that the wren cunningly hitched a ride on an eagle’s back to become the highest flying bird and was crowned as ‘king of the birds’- kuningilin. The spicy and earthy character of the rye malt used in this rustic refined ale is held aloft by a tart acidity drawn from our house strain of natively collected lactobacillus and crowned by a bright dry hop blend of Vic Secret and Amarillo hops.

7.5% ABV | 20 IBU

115 W. Federal Street
Anderson SC, 29625