It seems as if the burgeoning beer scene of Lexington, SC, is getting another shot in the arm.
The folks over at Keg Cowboy, the Lexington-based homebrew shop and bar, posted a rundown on their Facebook page this morning listing some of the changes coming to the city’s Main Street corridor in the coming months. One of those announcements was that in February, the Old Mill Brewpub will be opening for business.
According to a Patch story published earlier this week, the brewpub will be located in the former home of the Cotton Grill and will serve regional craft beers on draft as well as BMC offerings in bottle. The menu will be “eclectic,” but there aren’t any specifics yet.
Sadly, we may have to wait a bit longer to taste what they’re brewing. The pub will open next month but the brewing equipment won’t arrive for a few more months. And then there’s brewing time and whatnot, so it might be spring or summer before Old Mill’s beer are on sale. But when they do start brewing, they’ll be in good hands: Keg Cowboy’s Matt Rodgers will be lending his knowledge.
In the meantime, you can enjoy great food and even better brewpub beer at Hunter-Gatherer Brewery and Ale House in Columbia.