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Reviews by mltobin:
4/5 rDev -7.4%
Located on King Street in downtown Charleston is CFB or Closed For Business. When you are walking buy, you may notice some of their posters and artwork hanging through the windows. The poster of the black and white surfing photograph is what initially caught my attention as I was passing. Inside, there is a lot of other interesting artwork and prints, including cartoons from Puck magazine in the back room.
Anyhow on to the beer, they had Coast Belafonte , New Holland El Mole, Kwak, Sierra Nevada 30th, and a dozen or so other selections on draft. The bottled selection includes about another 20 options. The staff is friendly, though some still seem to be getting trained on the beer, which is fine by me. If I had been hungry, I would have ordered the Pork Slap sandwich while there, it is supposed to be very good. With all of the food, they try to use local sources when possible, which is great. When I am in Charleston again, I will be sure to stop at CFB again.
06-24-2010 02:03:04 | More by mltobin
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4.3/5 rDev -0.5%
An old store front in Downtown Charleston houses Closed for Business. Walking in you are greeted by a long bar to the right and lounge chairs to the left. Dim pendant lights dangle from the ceiling and wood is everywhere you look. The bar is dimly lit all around. A set of washrooms break up the bar area and back seating area. Behind the cozy bar sits what reminds me of a library. There are odds and ends along the shelves, pictures, knick-knacks, old books, and bottles of booze. Simply noticing everything displayed could take you half the night. A couple chalkboards hang between the bric a brac and advertise what's new on the taplist and what's coming next.
The taplist is extensive, 40 or so handles, with beers being broken down by style. Multiple sized pours for each are also available, labeled, and priced. I like that option. Beer was focused largely on the Carolinas but there were a good amount of other states represented as well. The bartenders were quick to chat both nights I stopped in, giving us a rundown of some new taps and of the area. Picked up some good advice. Prices were fair and there were some damn fine choices to be had. I'm pretty sure I drank a couple gallons of Duck Rabbit's Baltic Porter while I wasted away the nights.
08-19-2014 21:33:37 | More by joe1510
4.34/5 rDev +0.5%
Very nice bar with decent food and friendly service. I actually went there multiple times during my short visit and there was quite a bit of change in the tap list (always a good sign). The service fluctuated between superb and good the times I went was definitely dependent on busy-ness.
There was a good selection of locals, rare-ish, and other beers on their many taps. They were awesome about questions, samples, and everything.
Food was delicious as well.
Would go back in a second. Wish it was closer to me.
08-06-2014 19:01:35 | More by TheDoctor
Closed for Business in Charleston, SC
95 out of 100 based on 57 ratings.