Sycamore Brewing


Local and Proud

Sycamore Brewing is born of local roots. Justin Brigham and his wife Sarah established Sycamore in Charlotte, North Carolina, Justin's hometown.  Each batch of beer is crafted of all-natural ingredients, locally sourced whenever possible, and always with the utmost respect given to quality and drinkability.

Sycamore Brewing does not limit itself to any style in particular, having brewed over one hundred unique recipes in the first year alone. The brewery's large beer garden and rustic taproom boast 28 taps of their ever-changing beer, and the variety ranges across style guidelines and geography.

Sycamore Brewing's beer may be found on tap across the Charlotte region in bars, restaurants and bottle shops and several of the brewery's flagship beers are available in 16 ounce cans.

Sycamore's taproom is open seven days a week with cold beer, wine and cider on tap. Food is available everyday at the brewery, both from an onsite kitchen serving hot pressed sandwiches and flatbreads or from one of Charlotte's great Food Trucks.

We would like to invite you to raise a glass with us and Drink Carolina Proud!


Favorite climb

The Arrowhead Arete, Yosemite


700 ft.


37°43'42.9"N 119°38'09.9"W

Every problem can have multiple solutions. To see them you have to look at the big picture overall. Don’t limit yourself to just one route.



I won my first competition back in 2010 at the Mountain West Regional Championships held at Moab, Utah. Sending a 5.13a sport route in a single attempt earned me first place in the Men’s division. Before then, I’d received 1st and 2nd place at a few youth competitions. 2010 was my entry into the big leagues. A couple months after Moab, Utah, I traveled to El Paso, TX for the National Championships. I got second place by sending a 5.13c sport route in two attempts.

In 2012, I won first place in the Nationals held at Acadia National Park, Maine by flashing a V12 bouldering problem. It was my first time visiting the East Coast and I was glad to have been used to Jackson Hole’s more humid weather. I think that gave me an advantage that climbers from drier regions didn’t have. In 2015 I entered my first international competition in Cochamó, Patagonia, Chile. I didn’t place, but plan to for the 2016 championship in Krabi, Thailand.