Willkommen to Charleston Beer Garden 2013! Inspired by the festive biergartens of Germany, Brittlebank Park will be transformed into Charleston’s largest pop-up beer garden. Grab your friends and a stein of tasty brews, kick back in the gardens, and enjoy gorgeous views of the Ashley River. Here’s a sneak peak at what you can expect to find at the festival!
Dozens of craft brews from these breweries available in samples, steins, or growlers.
Nothing goes better with beer than live music!
A Thousand Horses - 6:45 PM
The Royal Tinfoil – 5:00pm
Wadata - 3:30pm
Jordan Igoe – 2:00pm
Will Hastings – 12:30pm
Compete to win awesome prizes as your favorite breweries & festival partners put you to the test in Beer Olympics! You better start practicing your skills for the Keg Toss, Grain Sack Race, Growler Ring Toss and more! It's free to play and you'll have a chance to win a 1-year membership to East Shore Athletic Club, a charter fishing trip with Lowcountry Drifter Charters, cornhole boards, and more!
Come exercise your brain with a stein in hand while learning all about beer, food pairings, homebrewing, and more!
Join Harry from Sierra Nevada Brewing to learn about these 3 hero ingredients in beer, plus sample a brew that showcases what each ingredient delivers to the brewing process & final product.
Want to learn to homebrew? Join Ed Marquart, president of Lowcountry Libations, to learn all about this awesome hobby and how to get started.
Come meet brewmaster Chris Brown from Holy City Brewing and pepper him with questions all about beer, brewing, and more.
Ready to learn to homebrew with all grain? Join Trey and Christopher for an introduction to brewing all grain and the equipment you’ll need to get started.
Join Earth Fare & Brooklyn Brewery for a tasty lesson in pairing food & beer!
Extract Brewing is a great way to get started in the hobby. Join Lake High for a lesson is extract brewing that will have you up and running in no time.
Join Earth Fare & Lagunitas Brewing for another tasty lesson in pairing food & beer!
This sweet nectar can be a unique addition to brewing beer. Join Michael Kroll for a tasty lesson in honey.
Interested in homebrewing? Come meet the best & brightest Lowcountry homebrewers to learn all about this tasty hobby that will make you the most popular kid on the block. Also enjoy a little taste of these homebrewed beers, while supplies last!
Bourbon Bean Creme Ale
Oak-Aged Tequila Stout, Echinacea Honey Saison, Lambic, Orange Blossom Honey Ale
Honey Pale Ale
Malo Kin (Oud Bruin)
Citra Blonde, Brown Ale, Pumpkin Ale, ESB.
David Allen Simko IPA