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Today I had the pleasure of stopping by the brand new Southbrew Coffee in Huntsville, Alabama.


Yesterday when I was out and about, I was tagged on Instagram in this photo…


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What?! A new coffee place in town!?

Oh boy, oh boy! That is right up my alley.

So, today I headed on over to the location on their first day of business and when I pulled up I was absolutely tickled.


Because this particular coffee shop is a drive-through coffee stand.

You see, we moved here from Alaska, and in Fairbanks, there are drive-up coffee shops on the corner of pretty much every major intersection. I missed seeing those cute little shops – not to mention being able to get good coffee from private, family-owned shops – and did I mention that you can do that without even having to get out and walk across ice?

Nice! when I drove up and saw this adorable little shop, I could almost imagine – just for a moment – that I was back in my beloved Alaska.



Southbrew is located on Wall Triana Highway, just south of I-565, and convenient for those who use the Martin Road gate to access Redstone Arsenal. Since it is also just a hop off of I-565, it’s also a very handy stop for those traveling anywhere near the airport as well.



Meet the owners, Matthew and Kacie. Aren’t they adorable?

They are a former Army Family and spent time in the Fort Lewis area, which is just outside of Seattle. Hmmmm, might that be inspiration for starting a coffee shop? Living in the Northwest certainly would inspire me to do that!



I checked out the menu for Southbrew, and it includes all sorts of locally-sourced goodies like cheese from Belle Chevre and gluten-free baked goods from Mason-Dixon Bakery. Oh, and how can I forget…they even carry Piper & Leaf tea! You can get your jar filled! And of course, their coffee is also locally-sourced from Clover Coffee.

Now when I pulled up, I had every intention of getting a coffee drink…until I laid eyes on their Ghirardelli Smoothies. I had to have one, with a shot of espresso of course.




Connect with Southbrew on Facebook and Twitter

Location: 3324 Wall Triana Highway (Just south of I-565)

Hours: Monday -Saturday, 6 am – 6 pm | Closed on Sundays

Phone: (256) 701-2061


And check out their website below

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Be sure to stop by and pay them a visit – and let them know that I sent you!

3 thoughts on “Southbrew Coffee”

  1. If I ever have to move back to the lower 48 I am opening a drive up coffee place and I do not even drink coffee. I will have to learn to make coffee, good thing I can bake.


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