North Charleston’s Coast Brewing has been named a top-10 brewery visit by the website, The website is very culinary focused, describing itself as:

Unprecedented in scope and depth, The Daily Meal produces more culinary content than any other resource. Our passionate team canvasses the world to bring you the best food and drink experiences at all levels, around the table, at home or on the road. Harvesting the delicious and discarding the mundane, we are your friend on the inside, discovering and reporting with a sense of fun and curiosity. The Daily Meal delivers a fresh take on dining news and trends and helps you succeed in the kitchen while highlighting the unifying aspects of food and drink and celebrating the people who create them.

Focusing on Coast’s commitment to sustainability and organic ingredients, here’s how the website described Coast:

In addition to having one of America’s hottest food scenes, Charleston has a thriving beer community. Family-owned COAST stands out for its commitment to sustainability. Located in a formal naval base, the expansive facility runs entirely on recycled biodiesel waste, and even works with local farms to repurpose its used beer grains as livestock feed. Tours include tastings of four cold house brews — exceedingly important, given the heat of the brewery itself — as well as behind-the-scenes look at the organic brewing process.

Among others noted by the website for visits include Pisgah in Black Mountain, North Carolina; Fullsteam in Durham, North Carolina; and Stone Brewing in San Diego, California.

The full article is available here:

Additionally, there is still time to donate to the Coast expansion effort. Please go here to donate:

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