In 2009, a lawyer, a landscape architect, two bankers and a computer guy figured beer was a worthwhile use of time. Legal Remedy was born, and this crew started entering homebrew competitions. Over time, they figured they would “go legal.” so they got a license from the Feds. Shortly thereafter in 2014, the first legal batch of Legal Remedy went to market. About nine months after that, the brewery on Oakland Avenue opened – and here we are. Needless to say we are omitting a detail or two, but we’re trying to tell a story here. This is the most American of stories – people with a common goal trying to make something. We think you will agree the results are mighty good.
In 2015 Legal Remedy Brewing converted a vacant Rock Hill, SC auto dealership into a custom craft brewery and brewpub. With over 11,000 square feet of interior and exterior space, the brewery houses a 17-barrel brewing system along with two smaller brewing systems, which collectively can produce up to 10,000 barrels of beer per year. In 2016, we added additional buildings that house a high speed canning line and increased cooler space. 129 Oakland Avenue is where our main brewing operations continue for distribution to both LRB Riverwalk and the Brewpub, and to stores and bars across the Carolinas.