Sugar Creek Brewing | Previewing its beer and taproom for the first time this weekend

September 15th, 2014
Contributed by Justin Burdi
Charlotte Resident and Community Enthusiast

Sugar Creek Brewing, located along the Light Rail near the Scaleybark stop (just south of South End and Sedgefield), will be previewing its beer and taproom for the first time this weekend. Doors will be open this weekend on Friday Sept 19th from 4pm-10pm, Saturday Sept 20th from 11am-10pm, and Sunday Sept 21st from noon-8pm. The soft opening will also continue for the next two weekends until the official grand opening on Oct 10th-11th. The grand opening will include their craft beer, live music, barbecue, games, and a tour of their newly renovated facility.

Sugar Creek Brewing adds to Charlotte’s already amazing group of award winning craft breweries along the Light Rail. Sugar Creek Brewing, Olde Mecklenburg Brewery, Triple C Brewing, Lenny Boy Brewing, Sycamore Brewing (opening soon), and Wooden Robot Brewery (opening soon) are all within biking distance and all within easy access to the Light Rail. Once the Light Rail Blue Line expansion is complete in 2017, it will connect these fine breweries south of center city with NoDa Brewing, Birdsong Brewing, and Heist Brewery in NoDa. It is truly a great time for the craft beer lovers of Charlotte.

More from Sugar Creek Brewing:

“Sugar Creek Brewing Co. is founded on the principles of happiness, personal exploration, and breaking the rules. Belgian brewers make the world’s best beer because they are never afraid to challenge the status quo. They do this while always being sure to maintain the highest standards of quality. At Sugar Creek Brewing Co., we hope to maintain the same level of commitment to excellence for Charlotte’s beer lovers. We will do this by providing an array of new and exciting beers that can be enjoyed with your friends and family in a warm, festive and one of a kind taproom environment. At the end of the day our goal is simple, we want you to smile when you try your first Sugar Creek Ale like we did when we tried our first premium Belgian Ale”
CEO Joe Vogelbacher