Experience York County, South Carolina through our booming craft beer scene! Get a taste of our local flavors with over a dozen breweries to choose from. Pick up your free YoCo Brew Trail passport at any participating brewery and get started on your next beer adventure today.
How it Works
Pick up a passport at any participating stop on the YoCo Brew Trail.
Visit at least 10 listed YoCo Brew Trail locations and receive a stamp at each location.
Visit the York County Visitor Center at 130 E. Main Street in Rock Hill or the Anne Springs Close Greenway Gateway Canteen to claim your prize! This year's prize is a custom YoCo Brew Trail Pint glass.
Tag @visityorkcountysc and use the hashtag #YoCoBrewTrail and #YorkCountySC while out on the trail.
Drink responsibly! There are over a dozen spots on the YoCo Brew Trail, so plan accordingly.
Full list of participating breweries here.
Looking for a fun way to get around? Book the YoCo LoCo! The YoCo LoCo Trolley is the perfect and safe way to enjoy some beer tasting with friends. The trolley is equipped with a rocking sound system, comfortable seats for 24 adults, and is captained by a passionate team of local (not loco), experienced commercially licensed drivers. They offer tours featuring 3 breweries on Friday evening, Saturday afternoon and evening, and Sunday afternoon. They're also available for private rentals at any time and for any occasion.
Make it a Weekend – Nature Trails and Afternoon Ales
by Alexis Dickie of Adventures and Ales
The best way to experience the YoCo Brew Trail? Pair it with some of the great hikes and walks in York County! Some favorites include:
Anne Springs Close Greenway: There are several trails in this expansive area. My favorite is the Lake Haigler Loop. It is an easy, 3.5 loop that is mostly flat. The fall is a great time to soak in the colors of the greenway. Be sure to check out the swinging bridge and the Greenway Gateway Canteen for a snack or drink! Admission to the Greenway is $12 or you can get a membership for reduced rates.
Piedmont Medical Center Trail: This is a 4.6 out-and-back trail, so you can do as much or as little as you’d like. It is paved the entire way and runs along the Catawba River. The Riverwalk where the trail starts and ends are home to several spots you can visit before or after as well—The Pump House, Tony's Cantina, and Grapevine are solid options.
Another option to get outside is to visit Glencairn Garden! You can see azaleas, dogwoods, wisteria, crape myrtles, camellias, annuals, hardwood trees, and more. The peak bloom period is typically the last week of March through mid-April, but it is always a beautiful place to visit. Admission is free.