Monday – Saturday 12-10pm
We are committed to keeping our customers and employees healthy and safe. We are adhering to the CDC guidelines and complying with any local and /or state-level regulations.
Yes, the taproom, restrooms, and outdoor area are all wheelchair accessible. Please feel free to email us at [email protected] or call ahead at 706-410-1043 to make parking arrangements.
No, we do not have any parking available at our brewery. There is downtown parking available in the parking decks located on W Washington Street and College Avenue as well as metered street spots.
Yes, we are a family-friendly brewery. Children ages 10 and up may attend our educational tours if accompanied by an adult. You must be 21 to consume beer.
Well-behaved dogs on a physical leash are always welcome in our outdoor area. If your dog is uncomfortable with large crowds, other dogs, or loud noises, we recommend leaving them at home. Dogs are not allowed inside the taproom at any time per the Department of Health.
Yes, guests that do not drink are more than welcome. In addition to beer, we offer locally crafted sodas, kombucha, fresh-squeezed juice, coffee, and filtered water.
No, it is illegal to have outside alcohol brought onsite at Creature Comforts Brewing Company. Under no circumstances can any outside alcoholic substances be brought from another location onto the CCBC premises.
We do not have any gluten-free beer options. We do have locally made sodas, kombucha, fresh-squeezed juice, coffee, and filtered water available.
No reservation is required for CCBC educational tours or tastings. We also do not take reservations.
CCBC is open from 3-10pm on Friday, 12-10pm on Saturday, and 1-6pm on Sunday. Changes in hours will be announced on all our social media accounts and website accordingly.
288 ounces per person per day can legally be purchased to-go from the brewery. Please check our website’s “Taproom” page for a menu of available beers.
No, we are not legally allowed to sell kegs from the brewery at this time. In accordance with Georgia state law, the most we can sell to-go is 288 ounces per person per day.
Currently, our beer is available throughout Georgia and Charleston, and Hilton Head, South Carolina. We advise reaching out to your local package stores, bottle shops, grocery stores, bars, restaurants, and gas stations to inquire about the availability of our beer.
We do not sell food at CCBC. However, we frequently host food trucks and pop-ups by local food vendors in our outdoor area from which you can purchase food items. We post about these events on our social media outlets.
Yes, you can bring food to Creature Comforts. We just ask that you kindly clean up after yourself.
No, at this time, due to Covid-19, we are not accepting requests for private events.
Yes, guests under the age of 21 are allowed in for educational tours, but under no circumstances may a person who is under the legal drinking age of 21 be permitted to consume alcoholic beverages on the property of CCBC.
No, we cannot legally sell and ship beer.
No, we cannot legally donate beer.
If your event is more than 90 days away, please feel free to email [email protected] with full details of the sponsorship request.
No, we do not send bottles, labels, or cans to collectors at this time.
We post open positions to our social media accounts and website under our “Careers” section as they become available.
All solicitors or guests must have a scheduled appointment prior to meeting with someone from our staff. Solicitors who arrive without doing so will be asked to make an appointment. Please e-mail [email protected] if you would like to try to schedule an appointment.
Currently, table size is limited to 6 based on the Georgia Department of Health Covid-19 Guidance.
We have a dedicated team with a focus on quality and want to hear anything and everything that we can to quickly identify and address any potential concerns. Should there be a concern, individuals are encouraged to utilize [email protected] to directly communicate with our quality team.
Yes – gift cards are available from our drive-through and taproom for purchase.
We do not allow outside videographers to film onsite or in the brewery other than scheduled press visits.
We now allow proxies through Oznr’s Proxy feature. To assign a proxy, you simply select the “Assign Proxy” button after completing your Oznr purchase, enter the proxy’s full name & email address, and you will see a confirmation pop-up. Once confirmed, you are done. Your proxy will receive an email with instructions for pick-up. **Please note that per Georgia state law, no individual may take more than 288oz of beer away from the tasting room. This includes all proxies.
Yes, if the beer you need to claim does not exceed 288 ounces. Per Georgia state law, we are unable to allow any individual to take more than 288oz of beer away from the brewery per calendar day regardless of when it was purchased. If you accumulate more than 288oz through the service, you may return on multiple days or bring a friend.
To ensure that beer stays fresh and to allow space for new releases, you have 2 weeks to pick up pre-purchased beer from the release date.
Beer not picked up by the purchaser will be released back into the taproom. We are unable to offer refunds for beer not picked up. Please email us at [email protected] if you have extenuating circumstances that prevent you from picking your beer up.
Unless otherwise instructed on our social media outlets, you may pick up your beer anytime after 1PM on the release day and have 2 weeks to pick up the beer from the release day. A CCBC staff member will help you with the beer processing and claiming (please do not press the “claim” button yourself through the service – our staff will do that to ensure we know when you have received your beer). You can pick up your beer any time after 1PM Monday-Sunday after the release day.
Take a screenshot of your account so that we may cross reference this with our claims from that day and ensure that it was not already picked up.