3120 North Davidson Street Charlotte, NC 28205 (704) 910-6566

Craft Beer


Cask 1 | Duck Rabbit Baltic Porter


Tap 1 | Lager: PBR (always $2)
Tap 2 | Seasonal: Avery Raspberry Sour Ale
Tap 3 | Seasonal: Blue Mountain Hop Work Orange IPA
Tap 4 | Seasonal: Collaboration Points Unknown Double IPA
Tap 5 | White: Dogfish Head Namaste Witbier
Tap 6 | Pilsner: Uinta 801 Pilsner
Tap 7 | Amber: Bells Amber Ale
Tap 8 | Brown: Stone Imperial Mutt Brown Ale
Tap 9 | Belgian: Victory Hop Ticket Saison
Tap 10 | Pale: Highland Lost Cove IPA
Tap 11 | IPA: Uinta Hop Nosh IPA
Tap 12 | Imperial IPA: Stone Ruination Double IPa
Tap 13 | Strong Ale: Heavy Seas Blackbeards Imperial Coffee Stout
Tap 14 | Stout: Terrapin Liquid Bliss Chocolate Peanut Butter Porter


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Craft Beer @ Growlers Pourhouse

There’s a reason we’ve won Top 100 Beer Bars by Draft Magazine for four years in a row. We’re built on craft beer. Our 14 taps allow us to craft our beer offering with selectivity – giving you options by style – so you can taste the best American craft beers on the market. We’ve also got a refurbished 1936 Gaskell & Chambers beer engine so you can try some unique cask ales served at cellar temperatures and hand-pumped, just like they’re meant to be.

At Growlers Pourhouse, we think of ourselves like our brewing counterparts – we’re select, we take pride in what we offer, and we flat out love our beer. Visit us again and again to taste our choice craft beer and the great “beer food” we serve with it. Whether you’re a beer aficionado, or you’ve just started getting into it, join us the first Tuesday of every month for Beer Ed. It’s free, it starts at 7pm, and while the topic shifts a bit, it’s always really just about beer.
And if you want to follow what’s on tap, so you can know what we’ve got for your growler or your glass, download our app:
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A beer engine is a hand pump for pumping beer from a Cask. At Growlers Pourhouse, we use an antique 1936 Gaskell & Chambers beer engine to bring back this centuries-old pub tradition.
The beauty of cask-conditioned ales is their unfiltered, unpasteurized nature. These ales are naturally-yeast-carbonated through not one, but two rounds, of fermentation. When the yeast finish their work for the second time, the beer is left with a very light natural carbonation and a subtle depth of flavor. It’s then pulled up to the glass by the force of a hand pump, rather than by the force of a CO2 tank. Don’t be fooled by the warmer temperature – Cask ales are best enjoyed gently chilled at cellar temperatures.
Beer Ed = Our way of sharing our passion for beer with you.
Join us every first Tuesday of each month for a different topic relating to beer. Sometimes we do food pairings (like oysters & beer or chocolate & beer). Sometimes we discuss ingredients or brewing techniques. Sometimes we sample some new beers from some of our favorite breweries. Whatever the slant, it’s always about beer, and it’s always for you.

One of our owners, Jeff, is a Certified Cicerone – that means he knows his stuff. In 2012, he became just 1 of 7 people in NC to have passed the test, and the first in Charlotte. The exam covers everything from beer styles and draft systems to brewing technology and food pairings. Read more here.
All levels of beer knowledge (or lack of knowledge) welcome.
DID YOU KNOW? You can now purchase and refill growlers at Growlers Pourhouse! That’s right, either buy one of our growlers or bring your own clean growler – and we’ll fill it up for you to take home. We’ve just started offering this growler fill service because of the change in NC law. Want to learn more about the change? Click here.
Come by any Thursday evening for “Growler Night” – where you can bring your own clean growler and get $6 off your refill. OR, get a FREE growlers growler with the purchase of any fill.
WHAT IS A GROWLER ANYWAY? It is a larger vessel (often approximately 64oz though it can vary) to carry craft beer. It is called a growler because of the hissing sound they used to make when you used to opened them.