Many local craft cocktail bars include their own liquors infused with various flavors to add dimension to their drinks, and while they can seem complex, creating your own—even an award-winning one—at home is much easier than it might sound. Anne Hester, bar manager at Southernside Brewing Co., breaks down the simple process and also shares her winning recipe.
Can’t decide if you want a beer or a cocktail? No worries. This smooth summer sipper is made with Southernside Brewing Co.’s house-brewed Unity Park ale, Lunazul tequila, lime, orange juice, Cointreau, and simple syrup. (...) "This light, delicious drink is perfect for cooling down after a bike ride on the Swamp Rabbit Trail, playing with your family in the huge fields of the park, or sipping in our expansive outdoor space with friends & family."
Southernside Brewing Co.: Located along Greenville's famed Prisma Health Swamp Rabbit Trail, this laid-back brewpub is known for its selection of local beers, refreshing cocktails, and Southern comfort food. Don't miss the fried pickles — paired with the brewery's brand-new, award-winning frozen tequila slushy.
This family-friendly brewery is a popular spot with cyclists and trail walkers/runners. The outdoor space offers up ample room, live music on weekends, and amazing pub fare.
Southernside Brewing Co. officially opened on Greenville's Swamp Rabbit Trail in January 2021, during the pandemic. A little over a year later, the brewery is thriving. Read more.
Sister breweries team up and create unique IPAs from the same special blend of hops, helping local non-profit Safe Harbor support survivors of domestic violence and their families.
“At Southernside Brewing in Greenville, South Carolina, this cocktail is made with apple cider, orange juice, Bacardi dark rum, simple syrup, and ginger beer (and ...) makes you want to be sitting by a fire, on a nice cool fall evening, as the leaves turn their beautiful fall colors.”
“We’re all local guys,” said Nate Tomforde, owner-operator of Southernside Brewing Co. “From the brewer to the bar manager to the assistant brewer to the staff, we’re all a local team that wants to make something we know the community is going to respond to.”
"The investment for me, is the for the future," Tomforde said. "The future of Unity Park and the community."