Birds Fly South found a home in Hampton Station, a cotton warehouse built in 1919 in Greenville’s historic Water Tower District. The space is just outside of downtown and houses a variety of local makers, artists, and entrepreneurs.
Original wood elements from the warehouse were used to construct the bar, tables, and walls of the new taproom.
Swamp Rabbit Trail
A major draw to Hampton Station is its proximity to the 20+ mile Swamp Rabbit Trail, a popular paved trail between Traveler’s Rest and Greenville. A new extension connects the brewery to the trail, making it convenient and safe for pedestrians and cyclists.
Recent upgrades on the property including a Biergarten complete with 12 mature trees, custom locally-made picnic tables, and a grassy lawn for kids and dogs. Additional work around the buildings will soon bring a pump track, expanded and improved parking lots, and another trail extension that begins behind the brewery and continues to the Poe Mill skatepark.