About Carolina Beer Temple
Carolina Beer Temple is a craft beer store with a craft beer bar, located in historic downtown Matthews, NC. We have a large selection of craft beers made in North Carolina, a fine selection of Belgian Ales and an excellent selection of craft beers from across the country.
Carolina Beer Temple is an independently owned and operated craft beer store with a craft beer bar in downtown Matthews, NC. We only carry beers made by breweries that are independently owned. At Carolina Beer Temple, you can shop for great craft beers to take home or sit and enjoy a fresh beer from one of our sixteen constantly rotating taps.
In support of the exciting craft brewing scene taking place in North Carolina, Carolina Beer Temple strives to have the best selection of craft beers made in North Carolina.
Carolina Beer Temple also has one of the finest selections of Belgian ales around. From Belgian abbey and trappist ales, to lambics, Flemish sours and more!
Carolina Beer Temple features a fine selection of craft beers from across the country, with a special focus on rare and hard-to-find beers. We also carry a large selection of meads, as well as some ciders.
While our selection of beers is constantly growing and changing, we currently offer over 450 different craft beers to choose from.
The Carolina Beer Temple Story!
While traveling through Belgium, seeking out some of the finest beers made in the world, owners of Carolina Beer Temple – Rob and Megan Jacik – learned that 96% of all beer consumed in Belgium is brewed in Belgium. Rob and Megan were impressed with Belgium’s amazing beer culture and devotion to locally brewed beer. Back home, with 80+ breweries currently in operation in North Carolina (as of January 2014), Rob and Megan thought it would be fantastic if North Carolina embraced its beer industry in much the same way as Belgium.
To contribute to this spirit of consuming fresh, quality local beers, Carolina Beer Temple was born – a retail craft beer store that specializes in beers made in North Carolina. While a consumption rate of 96% is a lofty goal, Carolina Beer Temple intends to be part of the tidal wave of change already occurring, where more and more residents of North Carolina seek out and drink beers made in the Carolinas.