What’s On Tap

With the Southern beer scene booming, we asked Brewvival organizers Scott Shor and Cameron Read to share five of the most exciting new breweries in Dixie

Illustration: Tim Bower

Burial Beer Co.
Asheville, North Carolina

“A relative newcomer to the Asheville scene, Burial stands out by crafting small batches of complex yet balanced examples of classic styles, like American pale ales and lagers.”


Wicked Weed Brewing
Asheville, North Carolina

“Unafraid to experiment; its range of exceptionally well-crafted beers run the spectrum from fruit infusions to barrel-aged sours.”


Funky Buddha Brewery
Oakland Park, Florida

“This cult-favorite brewpub recently expanded with a full-on production facility and is now able to share its highly sought-after beers with a larger audience. Known for pushing boundaries, they can often be found using ingredients such as maple bacon, coffee, or passion fruit.”


Prairie Artisan Ales
Tulsa, Oklahoma

“With a focus on saison/farmhouse ales, as well as bold, dark offerings, they always achieve remarkable subtlety and nuance yet aren’t afraid to push the limits with big flavors.”


Revelry Brewing Co.
Charleston, South Carolina

“Brand-new and well researched, Revelry hit the ground running nwith a half dozen solid beers, including a funked-out Brett IPA. Look out for upcoming sour offerings.”