2101 Central Ave, Charlotte, NC 28205, USA
One of the best Charlotte metro breweries! Awesome evolving beer selection with plenty of take home stock to purchase. Hosting other collaborative brews and selection of curated wines and craft sodas and ciders. Plenty of room inside and out with special event rooms. Food trucks on rotation.
I had heard really good things about this brewery, but just recently visited for the first time for food truck Friday. We got there early so we didn't have to deal with long food truck lines. The brewery is really big and the space is nice. There is tons of seating and a nice outdoor patio as well. My husband was very impressed with the number of IPA options available. The noise level was also reasonable even when it was crowded which is hard to find these days. We could actually hear each other talk. They have parking available which is always a plus and during food truck Friday there was even an overflow lot to park in.
Great beers in town, these guys really championed the brewery industry. Some weekends the space gets little crowded but the beer overshadows the limited space. I would love to see the expansion of this brewery. If you are looking for A class beers, don’t miss this place. Great!!
Some of the best IPA's I've had locally, nice interior and outside seating. Parking is frustrating, very small lot with little to no parking. Overflow lot sign directs you to a old gravel lot down the road that is not marked well, I went by the lot 3 times and only saw signs that looked like I would get towed if I parked there. I finally saw a little sign against an abandoned building saying it was the Resident Culture Overflow lot. I love the beer but the parking experience could be much better!
This is the one brewery in Charlotte that seems to not welcome young kids and families. My two and a half year old daughter and her friend were having a great time in a small corner outside. They were laughing and playing around an empty picnic table. There was a small group of over served females and one male (who also is a bartender at Resident Culture) at the next table over. They obviously didn't care for our two kids. They continuously turned and screamed at them whenever they made a noise. I asked them to stop after the third time. The male bartender left the table to, i assume, let someone know what was going on but he never said anything to me or his friends. The females continued. Then one of the kids fell from the picnic table bench which provoked these girls to LAUGH AT THE CHILD WHO HAD FALLEN. I was blown away. A manager then came out to see what was going on and we explained the situation. She went on to empathize with these aggressive, drunk and odd women saying maybe they thought the kids were being too loud. Seems like this place is more concerned with over selling beer to rude drunks than the safety and enjoyment of kids who are accompanied by their parents at their brewery. I was blown away. This place is big and loud to begin with and has a ton of kids running around. For a brewery to side with that rude and aggressive behavior towards innocent kids trying to have fun is unbelievable. I will never be back and none of my friends or family will either. Do not bring your kids or families here. You won't be respected or seen in the same light as the people who are there looking to have too much to drink and be an unsafe and unwelcoming addition to their customer base.