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Grateful Brew

Neighborhood Coffee Shop and Tap Room

Exclusive photographers: Fisheye Studios, Greenville, SC

Hours:
Monday through Thursday 7AM to 9PM
Friday 7AM to 10PM
Saturday 8AM to 10PM
Sunday Closed
864-558-0767

501 S. Pleasantburg Drive
Greenville, SC 29607

http://gratefulbrewgvl.com/

   
  
 
  
    
  
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     “It’s a family business.” Owners Bob and Wendy Linn with Brother Danny Linn along with their children George, Joe and Jessica are all part of Greenville’s newest coffee shop and taproom, the Grateful Brew. Originally from the Florida Panhandle, the Linn family moved to Greenville for work opportunities and to pursue their family dream. George explains, “My family has always done hospitality well, and it’s always been a dream to open a restaurant with the family.”     Finding a building with parking was one of the hardest tasks, but once they decided on the original location of Harm’s Sports Shop renovations began immediately.  During the 3 months of bare bone renovations, Wendy sourced all of the 70’s era décor through local businesses, Ebay, and shops in the Carolinas. In addition to the macramé and breezeway blocks, the Linn family commissioned local artists to contribute to the cool vibes here. Wendy speaks from the heart when she tells us “We love that we got to meet so many artists, Jamie Bunney painter of  Bunney Collectives ; Jason Anderson, ornamental blacksmith of JHA Works; Kurt Krebs, renegade carpenter and Suzie and Stephen Bunn of  Statice Floral  and  Gardener Bunn .” It seems like everyone had a hand, included daughter, Jessica Linn Tooley, who created the stenciling work throughout the building.      The Grateful Brew serves 20 different rotating craft beers on tap,   growler fills, and wine. You can also purchase beer 'to go'.    So why coffee?  According to Joe, “…my sister has always been into coffee, so why don’t we make coffee in the morning.” And so the coffee was added, with a full espresso bar, pour over coffees, and nitrogen coffee.    What’s Nitrogen coffee? Their “Off the Chain” Nitro coffee is cold coffee on tap that's infused with tiny nitrogen bubbles. The nitrogen effects taste and texture. Coffee lovers say taste wise, nitro coffee is creamier and richer than regular iced coffee. “With the nitrogen, it actually gives it a creamy head, like Guinness, which is a nitrogen infused beer which is why it’s so smooth.” describes George. Like regular coffee, the way folks choose to drink nitro coffee is personal. Some prefer the drink over ice, while others like it straight up. It’s definitely worth at try at, 10 ounces $3.50 and 16 ounces $5.50.     
  
 
  
    
  
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“It’s a family business.”
Owners Bob and Wendy Linn with Brother Danny Linn along with their children George, Joe and Jessica are all part of Greenville’s newest coffee shop and taproom, the Grateful Brew. Originally from the Florida Panhandle, the Linn family moved to Greenville for work opportunities and to pursue their family dream. George explains, “My family has always done hospitality well, and it’s always been a dream to open a restaurant with the family.” 

Finding a building with parking was one of the hardest tasks, but once they decided on the original location of Harm’s Sports Shop renovations began immediately.  During the 3 months of bare bone renovations, Wendy sourced all of the 70’s era décor through local businesses, Ebay, and shops in the Carolinas. In addition to the macramé and breezeway blocks, the Linn family commissioned local artists to contribute to the cool vibes here. Wendy speaks from the heart when she tells us “We love that we got to meet so many artists, Jamie Bunney painter of Bunney Collectives; Jason Anderson, ornamental blacksmith of JHA Works; Kurt Krebs, renegade carpenter and Suzie and Stephen Bunn of Statice Floral and Gardener Bunn.” It seems like everyone had a hand, included daughter, Jessica Linn Tooley, who created the stenciling work throughout the building.  

The Grateful Brew serves 20 different rotating craft beers on tap, growler fills, and wine. You can also purchase beer 'to go'. 
So why coffee?  According to Joe, “…my sister has always been into coffee, so why don’t we make coffee in the morning.” And so the coffee was added, with a full espresso bar, pour over coffees, and nitrogen coffee.

What’s Nitrogen coffee?
Their “Off the Chain” Nitro coffee is cold coffee on tap that's infused with tiny nitrogen bubbles. The nitrogen effects taste and texture. Coffee lovers say taste wise, nitro coffee is creamier and richer than regular iced coffee. “With the nitrogen, it actually gives it a creamy head, like Guinness, which is a nitrogen infused beer which is why it’s so smooth.” describes George. Like regular coffee, the way folks choose to drink nitro coffee is personal. Some prefer the drink over ice, while others like it straight up. It’s definitely worth at try at, 10 ounces $3.50 and 16 ounces $5.50.

 

  The Grateful Brew serves 20 different rotating craft beers on tap,   growler fills, and wine. You can also purchase beer 'to go'.    So why coffee?  According to Joe, “…my sister has always been into coffee, so why don’t we make coffee in the morning.” And so the coffee was added, with a full espresso bar, pour over coffees, and nitrogen coffee.    What’s Nitrogen coffee? Their “Off the Chain” Nitro coffee is cold coffee on tap that's infused with tiny nitrogen bubbles. The nitrogen effects taste and texture. Coffee lovers say taste wise, nitro coffee is creamier and richer than regular iced coffee. “With the nitrogen, it actually gives it a creamy head, like Guinness, which is a nitrogen infused beer which is why it’s so smooth.” describes George. Like regular coffee, the way folks choose to drink nitro coffee is personal. Some prefer the drink over ice, while others like it straight up. It’s definitely worth at try at, 10 ounces $3.50 and 16 ounces $5.50.

The Grateful Brew serves 20 different rotating craft beers on tap, growler fills, and wine. You can also purchase beer 'to go'. 
So why coffee?  According to Joe, “…my sister has always been into coffee, so why don’t we make coffee in the morning.” And so the coffee was added, with a full espresso bar, pour over coffees, and nitrogen coffee.

What’s Nitrogen coffee?
Their “Off the Chain” Nitro coffee is cold coffee on tap that's infused with tiny nitrogen bubbles. The nitrogen effects taste and texture. Coffee lovers say taste wise, nitro coffee is creamier and richer than regular iced coffee. “With the nitrogen, it actually gives it a creamy head, like Guinness, which is a nitrogen infused beer which is why it’s so smooth.” describes George. Like regular coffee, the way folks choose to drink nitro coffee is personal. Some prefer the drink over ice, while others like it straight up. It’s definitely worth at try at, 10 ounces $3.50 and 16 ounces $5.50.

   
  
 
  
    
  
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     Family members: George, Bob, Wendy and Jessica (Joe not pictured) 

Family members: George, Bob, Wendy and Jessica (Joe not pictured) 

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     Don't miss that awesome pull on the left, a bike chain for the Nitro coffee, created by Jason Anderson, ornamental blacksmith of JHA Works.

Don't miss that awesome pull on the left, a bike chain for the Nitro coffee, created by Jason Anderson, ornamental blacksmith of JHA Works.

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     Double shot of espresso?  Why yes!

Double shot of espresso?  Why yes!

   
  
 
  
    
  
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     Anderson College students, Lyndsey and Claire relax on the reclaimed church pews from Georgia. They were fitted special for each corner by Renagade Carpenter, Kurt Krebs. KUDOS Kurt! 

Anderson College students, Lyndsey and Claire relax on the reclaimed church pews from Georgia. They were fitted special for each corner by Renagade Carpenter, Kurt Krebs. KUDOS Kurt! 

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     Don't forget to grab a six pack on your way out!

Don't forget to grab a six pack on your way out!