22 Breweries and Cideries That Double as Wedding Venues
Classic wedding venues—like places of worship and ballrooms—will always be in demand. That being said, unique wedding venues have really risen in popularity lately. More and more couples are choosing creative settings for their ceremonies and receptions. That's because modern events aren't as tied to tradition. In turn, lots of brides and grooms select locations that feel more personalized to them. Two perfect examples? Breweries and their close cousins, cideries. While these types of spaces appeal to beer and cider lovers, that's only part of their draw.
We've searched high and low to find breweries and cideries around the country that welcome weddings, and the resulting list is surprisingly diverse. Not only have we rounded up options in the North, South, East, and West, but we've included venues with a whole range of services and aesthetics. Here, you'll find everything from giant spaces for large guest lists to more intimate settings suited for elopements. You'll also see venues that suit a wide array of wedding styles—there are rustic farms, industrial lofts, and everything in between.
Maybe you appreciate the craft of brewing, or maybe you just want to surprise attendees with an unexpected venue. No matter why you're drawn to breweries and cideries, there are some great ones spotlighted here, including the first on our list: 5 Seasons Brewing. There, you can gaze over the Atlanta, Georgia, skyline from the brewery's Sky Bar in the city. To see photos and read descriptions of other options, continue clicking through our inspiration-filled slideshow.
Aardwolf Brewing Company
Avondale Brewing Company
Large windows and barrel-lined walls set the mood at this Washington, D.C., wedding venue. Outdoor seating is available when you book the entire space.
Head to Cooperstown, New York, to wed at this pretty venue. The building is as beautiful as the sprawling grounds.
Brown's Brewing Company
Brown's Brewing Company owns Revolution Hall—a waterfront event venue in Troy, New York. The split-level space can seat up to 300 guests.
Catawba Brewing Company
Here's another industrial option. Asheville, North Carolina's Catawba Brewing Company boasts a factory-style event space.
Castle Hill Cider
You'll find this cidery in the Keswick, Virginia, countryside. In turn, the historic property is undeniably beautiful.
Finnriver Farm & Cidery
Four Corners Brewing Company
The Stables at Four Corners Brewing Company offers century-old architecture plus a beer garden. You'll find it in Dallas, Texas.
Great Divide Brewing Company
For a cool and modern setting, try Harmonic Brewing in the ever-trendy San Francisco, California.
Highland Brewing Company
Choose from an indoor event center and an outdoor rooftop at this Asheville, North Carolina, brewery.
The two-floor event space calls Wilmington, North Carolina, home. The brewery offers all the essentials, from in-house bartenders to a stage and sound system.
Manayunk Brewing Company
The River Club is a mill-turned-loft in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Manayunk Brewing Company venue can host 175 seated guests.
Monday Night Brewing
Monday Night Brewing isn't just industrial-chic—it's largest space, The Garage, is huge. Host upwards of 750 guests at the Atlanta, Georgia, venue.
O'Connor Brewing Company
This beer hall makes for a low-key event venue. It's located in Norfolk, Virginia.
If you're looking for a venue that'll help you plan your wedding, look no further than Revolution Brewing. The Chicago, Illinois, venue boasts its own events team.
Rockmill Brewery has one very special perk: a picturesque chapel on the Lancaster, Ohio, property.
Stable Craft Brewing
Sugar Creek Brewing Company
If you book this Charlotte, North Carolina, brewery venue, your rental will come with both indoor and outdoor private spaces.
This gorgeous Dallastown, Pennsylvania, farm doubles as a cidery. It also triples as a wedding venue with its own chapel.