Scallop Cove Craft Beer & Official Growler Station

Below are some of the craft beers we have on tap at any given time. We have 10 beer taps, so come on in today to see what we're serving up.

Ask us for a sample before you buy a pint or fill up a growler.

Key: "Rating" "Brew Name" "ABV"   Ratings from www.beeradvocate.com, score out of 5.

oyster city brewing logo on tap at Scallop Cove local craft beer Growler Station

Oyster City Brewing

3.88 Hooter Brown (8.4%) 

3.87 Mangrove (5.0%)

3.51 First Light (4.7%)

3.66 Apalach IPA (6.8%) 

2.69 Red, Right, Return (5.0%)

 Red Snapper IPA (7.8%) 

3.64 Dirty Blonde (5.2%)

3.51 Lemon Shark Wheat (5.8%)

lazy magnolia brewery on tap at Scallop Cove local craft beer Growler Station

Lazy Magnolia

3.58 Southern Pecan (4.5%)

kentecky bourbon barrel on tap at Scallop Cove local craft beer Growler Station

Kentucky Bourbon

3.87 Vanilla (5.5%)

3.70 Bourbon Barrel (8.19%)

Rickhouse Series (n/a%)

sixpoint brewery on tap at Scallop Cove local craft beer Growler Station

Six Point

4.12 Resin Dbl IPA (9.1%) 

4.18 3Beans (10.1%) 

J. Wakefield Brewing on tap at Scallop Cove local craft beer Growler Station

J. Wakefield Brewing

3.92 El Hefe (5.5%)

slim pickens cider and mead on tap at Scallop Cove local craft beer Growler Station

Slim Pickens

Yo   (6.3%)

Ananas (6%)

Microphone Check (6.3%)

grasslands brewing on tap at Scallop Cove local craft beer Growler Station

Grasslands Brewing

3.83 G-Street American Blonde (5.4%)

3.82 Hopline Bling IPA (6.2%)

nivol brewery on tap at Scallop Cove local craft beer Growler Station

Nivol Brewing

3.90 Scuba IPA (6.4%) 

grayton beer on tap at Scallop Cove local craft beer Growler Station

Grayton Beer

3.49 Founders Ale (6..1%)

Local tap beer and growler station at Scallop Cove General Store

What is a growler?

A growler is typically a 64 ounce jug made of glass, ceramic, plastic, or stainless steel used to transport beer. They are commonly sold at breweries (or Scallop Cove) and brewpubs as a means to sell take out craft beer. 

The term, Growler, likely dates from the late 19th century when fresh beer was carried from the local pub to one's home by means of a small galvanized pail. It is claimed the sound that the carbon dioxide made when it escaped from the lid as the beer sloshed around sounded like a growl.

Want a pizza or wings to go with your beer?

Made to order pizza, wings, buffalo bites, seasoned fries... we have it all!

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