The Pint Station
Where: 116 E Main St, Easley, SC 29640
Hours: Tue-Thu: 4 pm – 10 pm, Fri: 4 pm – 12 am, Sat: 12 pm – 12 am, Sun: 12 pm – 6 pm,
The Upstate loves beer…
…which explains the proliferation of craft breweries, taprooms and beer bars in the area over the past few years and it just keeps expanding! The Pint Station located in the heart of Easley’s friendly downtown district is the latest addition to that growing number. Watch this.
A taproom in a historic building
In 1914, Easley’s main street has its own movie theatre called Lyric. The theatre was one of the main entertainment attractions in the area until the 1950s. For several decades, the place sat primarily unused until owners Michael and Ashley Corso remodeled and restored it back to life. Some of the interior designs in The Pint Station pay homage to the former theater that was once a place for great entertainment.
The new taproom The Pint Station, located within the restored Lyric theater on Main Street is a great addition to the revitalizing downtown Easley. The taproom was a labor of love, with the owners rehabbing the old historic building after falling in love in the site’s location and its community.
A look inside the Pint Station encourages mingling in the brick-walled taproom that features a wrap-around bar. There’s no food menu, but guests have the option to order a delivery from the taproom’s partnered restaurants or bring in their own take-out from local restaurants. On Fridays and Saturdays, patrons can enjoy live music as there are local performances to bring in more cheer and entertainment in addition to the board games, shovelboard, and darts that are available for patrons’ leisure.
Taste some of the best craft beers from the Upstate and beyond at the Pint Station. With a rotating craft beer list of 20 which is constantly changing and list of wine bottles and cans, beer and wine lovers can expect something new at this new taproom. Take a seat at one of the wooden tables and select craft beers from 20 different taps. Their beer menu includes Blackberry Farms, Sierra Nevada Pale Ale, Blake’s Grizzly Pear, Birdsong Jalapeño Pale Ale, Legal Remedy Blood Orange, and there are 20 different bottles and cans to choose from including Westbrook Key Lime Pie, Dogfish Head 120, Ballast Point Tart Peach Kolsh, Mamas Yella Pils, Edmunds Oast, and more.
All are welcome
Friends, family, kids and even the dogs are welcome at The Pint Station. Patrons can have their dogs at their side as they grab a pint of their favorite brew and enjoy the company of their family and friends. Kids can play board games and have fun at the same time. This family-friendly and pet-friendly taproom has exactly what your palate desires in a craft brew and plenty of fun for your pooch and family too.