Craft beer is becoming more popular in Huntsville, Alabama. So popular, there are now twodowntown Huntsville craft beer trails. Cards for the brewery or bottle shop craft beer trails can be obtained at any participating brewery or at the Huntsville/Madison Visitor Center.
Campus No. 805, once known as S.R. Butler High School closed in 2009. Five years later, the Stone Center building, reopened as a community entertainment venue with breweries, axe throwing, restaurants, a salon, bottleshop, and fitness training studio. Straight to Ale Brewery and Tap Room and Yellow Hammer Brewing, located in Campus No. 805, are only a short walk from Innerspace Brewing Company and Salty Nut Brewing.
Straight to Ale Brewery
Yellow Hammer Brewing
Innerspace Brewing Company
Salty Nut Brewery
Below the Radar Brewhouse
Green Bus Brewing
Mad Malts Brewing
Bonus Breweries: Madison, only 15 minutes from Huntsville, has three additional breweries.
Old Black Bear Brewing Company
Rocket Republic Brewing Company
Blue Pants Brewery
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