New in Spartanburg: Holliday Brewing at Drayton Mills
“Sparkle City” continues to shine like the diamond that it is. Food & Wine recently penned an article declaring, “Something’s happening in Spartanburg.”
We agree. The city and surrounding areas have so much to proud of with a vibrant food and arts scene and new places opening on the regular. The latest addition to Spartanburg is Holliday Brewing at Drayton Mills.
Drayton Mills is another Spartanburg icon that is seeing a great re-awakening. The textile mill is now the home to luxury lofts, a coffee shop, Burn Bootcamp,
Rick Erwin’s “The Standard,” Pi-Squared Pizza, and a few more commercial spaces.
Holliday Brewing is the newest tenant to Drayton. Their grand opening celebrating was Saturday, March 9th from 2pm-10pm.
John and Jim Holliday are the brothers behind the nano-brewery focused on West Coast-style IPAs.
The brothers are excited to add some unique tastes to the Spartanburg beer scene with 10 beers brewed on site and 5 guest taps.
Aside from their selection of IPAs, Holliday Brewing will also have ciders, sours, and over 10 different wines that can be purchased by the glass or bottle.
Holliday Brewing doesn’t serve food, but don’t you worry! The brewery will have servers from their neighbors at Pi-Squared ready to bring some Detroit-style grub right to your table.
I am also hearing that popular Mexican food restaurant “Broncos” will be coming to the Drayton Mills Marketplace and will be ready to feed hungry beer lovers as well.
The Holliday Brewing space is open, relaxed, serving up West-coast vibes in a charming southern style. Guests will love the beautiful local photography from Mike Okun gracing the exposed brick walls.