The Boston Globe loves Greenville. In fact, the Globe loves it so much that it devoted some time in its Sunday Travel section to the Upstate city. But, travel articles in national papers and publications are nothing new to Greenville. The city constantly rakes in quite a bit of praise on that front. But this time it is a little different.
The article highlighted several of the great places for beer in Greenville, which the South Carolina beer community can easily toast to. Noted in the article were Barley’s, The Trappe Door, and The Community Tap. Here are the excerpts as to each:
Restaurateur Josh Beeby bows to the brew at Barley’s Taproom & Pizzeria (25 West Washington St., 864-232-3706, www.barleysgville.com) and, downstairs, in The Trappe Door (23 West Washington St., 864-451-7490, www.trappedoor.com). Barley’s is bright and airy, while the Belgian-influenced Trappe is dark and squat. At either spot, you’ll find good grub and dozens of top-flight American craft and Belgian beers.
Up the street, more recent arrival The Community Tap (205 Wade Hampton Blvd., 864-631-2525, www.thecommunitytap.com) curates craft beer and wine in the bottle and on tap, and recently opened a 25-seat tasting room.
You can read the article in its entirety right here: http://bostonglobe.com/lifestyle/travel/2013/03/16/days-greenville/A8z64755qPO8FTDZQ6PQSO/story.html