SmockTown Brewery’s Swanky Speakeasy

SmockTown Brewery Speakeasy

THE HISTORIC heart of Greenwood has no shortage of independent breweries for enjoying house beers and seasonal pours. But none of them do double duty the way SmockTown Brewery, which opened last fall, does. The ground floor of this charming shotgun storefront offers the feel of a cozy Main Street bar, complete with live music and tasty bar bites provided by Hot Pink Pepper Catering, which has recently launched weekend brunches. But steal up the stairs some evening, and you’ll see a spiffier side to brother-in-law duo Mark Sublette and Ken Johnson’s watering hole. A tricked-out speakeasy the partners affectionately call Attic Hardware, owing to the building’s past life, features a fully stocked bar lit by chandeliers, a spacious patio deck, and even a fully functioning shower, should the festivities call for it. Which means you can start with a smooth house-brewed Amberella amber lager then work your way up to a bright and sophisticated whiskey-based SmockTown Smash in an atmosphere that will take you back the Roaring Twenties. 223 W. Main St., Greenwood, 317-215-4836