Craft Coffee Meets Craft Beer | #ProudlyServingCCC

  • Photo of the interior of Grateful Brew. There is a pastry display case, a wall of beer taps, an espresso machine, plants on the bar and hanging from the ceiling, and the walls are painted with murals.

The Venn diagram of people who enjoy specialty coffee and craft beer is almost a perfect circle. Not only do coffee people and beer people have a lot in common, so do the two popular beverages. There are an incredible amount of varieties, the quality of the ingredients is key, and both beverages take expertise and a lot of hard work to perfect.

Not only has our coffee been used in some awesome collaborations with breweries (hey, PonysaurusBurial, and Fonta Flora 👋), our coffee is also served at many places where you can stop by in the morning for a delicious cup of coffee and in the evening for a pint of beer. At these partner shops, there is always something brewing…

Bespoke Coffee & Dry Goods – Wilmington, North Carolina

Photo of an outstretched hand holding a glass of beer in the interior of Bespoke.

People are more curious about craft coffee and beer than ever. At Bespoke Coffee & Dry Goods, they offer both options in their space making sure there is something for every customer. From morning to night, most of their offerings are made in North Carolina, building a vibrant community between the people stopping by for a drink and the people behind their coffee and beer selections.

Brew Birds Cafe – Aldie, Virginia

Photo of a person holding a pitcher of milk and a cappuccino.

Brew Birds is a modern cafe and market serving coffee, beer, wine, and casual food in a charming, community-centered atmosphere. Whether you want to stay awhile and enjoy their patio or pick up a bag of Counter Culture and a Crowler to go, Brew Birds has got you covered. 

Cavalier’s Coffeehouse – North Augusta, South Carolina Photo of a mug next to a can of beer in front of a laptop.

Cavalier’s Coffeehouse, or “Cav’s,” brings together Southern hospitality with the atmosphere of a New England cafe. After you finish working or studying for the day, you can swap out your coffee for something from their regional-focused beer selection. With an emphasis on quality, you’re sure to find a drink to meet your needs at this cozy shop in North Augusta. 

Emissary – Washington, D.C.

Photo of a hand holding a to-go coffee cup with a sleeve that says, "Emissary."

Emissary is an independent coffee house, bar, and cafe located in DC’s historic Dupont Circle neighborhood. From morning to night, people from across the city can unwind and connect over carefully sourced coffee and local craft beer.

Grateful Brew – Greenville, South Carolina  Photo of a person filling a beer at a tap.

You’ll find specialty coffee and craft beer all under one roof at Grateful Brew. Enjoy your choice of either artisan coffee or craft beer (or both) from the same bar. Whether it’s a hot latte or a cold lager, they put equal attention into both.

The Hemingway – Johns Island, South Carolina  Photo of a cappuccino and beer bottles on a table with chocolate and coffee beans scattered around it.

Before you hit the beach, stop by The Hemingway for a cup of coffee. Once your beach day is over, you know where you should go again? That’s right, The Hemingway. From damn fine espresso to world-class beer and meticulously crafted elevated comfort food, this artisanal cafe on the coast brings you the best of the morning and night.

The Juniper General Store – Ocala, Florida

Photo of a wall of taps.

The Juniper General Store is the ultimate place for coffee and beer. You can saddle up to their beautifully crafted counter for an espresso or a pour from their ever-changing craft beer selection. In addition to drinks, you’ll find a curated collection of handmade good from local artisans and vendors. And bonus! They welcome your pets to join you.  

Northside Social – Arlington and Falls Church, Virginia Photo of the exterior of North Side Social in Arlington.

With two locations, Northside Social is a bustling coffee shop with an extensive craft beer list. Come for the coffee and Wi-Fi during the day, and stay for the charcuterie boards and a pint of beer. Both locations have great outdoor seating to enjoy the warmer weather and are local staples in their communities all day long.

Takoma Beverage Company – Takoma Park, Maryland

Photo of a hand holding out a to-go cup that says, "Takoma" outside.

Morning, afternoon, and evening, Takoma Beverage Co is the place to be. After working together in a busy café, Takoma’s owners fell in love with the world of specialty beverages. In the evening, the shop transitions from a place to get work done to a place to escape work. No matter the time of day, this welcoming neighborhood cafe is the perfect gathering spot.

Tellus Joe in The Beer Plant – Austin, Texas

Photo of two coffee based drinks with whipped cream. One is in a mug and one is in a glass.

If you’re looking for the ideal 100% plant-based cafe, Tellus Joe is the place to be. From bomb breakfast tacos to delicious espresso creations, you’ll satisfy your cravings at the morning/daytime edition of The Beer Plant. In the evening, you’ll find 40+ craft taps of cold beer waiting for you.

The moral is, coffee bar + beer bar = nothing better. Nothing builds community and friendship more than connecting over a cup of coffee over a pint of beer. At these shops specializing in hand-crafted beverages, you don’t have to choose. If you are a brewery, bar, or café and looking to serve sustainable, quality coffee, fill out this form to get in contact with your local representative!

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