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Triple C Brewing Co.
Active Beers: 9
Beer Ratings: 64
Beer Avg: 3.54
Taps: 5 / Bottles: -
Cask: N / Beer-to-Go: Y
$$ - reasonable
[ Brewery, Bar ]
2900 Griffith St
phone: (704) 372-3212
vibe: 3.75 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4 | selection: 3 | $$
On a recent trip to Charlotte, my best friend wanted to show me all of the new breweries that had opened up over the past 18 months.
A: Decent Looking place, medium sized outside patio with picnic tables and several cornhole games going. Inside offered plenty of picnic tables and wide open seating, with a bar that could seat about 10-12 people.
Q: We had tried 5 of their offerings and they were drinkable but nothing stood out as a great beer.
S: the place was jam packed but the service was acceptable, wait times to get a beer were very reasonable for the amount of people that they had there on a saturday afternoon.
S: An average selection with a lot of your basic styles, IPA, Pale, DIPA, Amber, Blonde, Light, and Porter. Nothing out of the ordinary.
V: Prices for a pint were resonably priced, especially for the area.
Overall, a nice place to visit but not my favorite brewery of the area. The beers were drinkable but they are sticking to very traditional styles and don't stand out with any of their beers.
05-03-2013 16:00:44 |
More by merc7186
vibe: 4 | quality: 3.75 | service: 2 | selection: 3.5 | $$
Cool little digs near southend. Went on a Saturday afrernoon to grab a growler for a party. Basically it was a clusterfuck at the bar. There was a line but peeps would go around the other side etc. the bartenders were basically worthless. The one girl was completely lost. I ordered the growler. She went to the back and she forgot who ordered it and what I wanted in it. Other than that all was fine
03-02-2013 21:51:55 |
More by dvmin98
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5 | $$
Went on a mini brewery crawl this weekend stopping at Birdsong, Heist, and finishing with dinner at Growlers Pourhouse. But the first stop of the day was the newly opened Triple C Brewing Co.
Located in the Historic Southend area, Triple C is fairly easy to find, but does blend in with the other nondescript industrial type buildings in the area. I think they have chosen a good location, as this area is in the process of being revitalized.
The taproom is fairly spacious and well laid out, with a couple of TVs on the walls (but not so many as to be distracting). There is a large window where you can see the brewhouse from the tap room.
The service was pretty good, the servers checked on us often and made sure that our glasses never ran dry. They seemed to have a rudimentary knowledge of the beers, and were very friendly.
They had five beers on tap when we went (pale ale, IPA, Smoked Amber Ale, Double IPA, and a Blonde Ale). The beers were good for the most part. I usually like the IPA's and IIPA's but in this case I found the Blonde and the Smoked Amber to be the best beers of the day. Unfortunately, I was not terribly impressed by their hoppy offerings (Pale Ale, IPA, IIPA), They seemed to be fairly one dimensional, and the hops were all bittering with to real hop flavor coming through. Not that any of them were bad, just none of them wowed me.
They do not serve any food, but there was a food truck there so that was nice.
Overall, I really enjoyed the place and would definitely come back again. and again. and again...
09-17-2012 00:19:29 |
More by CBlack85
Triple C Brewing Co. in Charlotte, NC