#southcarolina Archives – PorchDrinking.com
Event Preview | Altered States Libations & Art Festival Vol. IIDecember 5, 2022 | Alexis Dickie
The Eighth State Brewing Company in Greenville, South Carolina, is hosting Altered States on March 11, 2023. This is the second edition of their libations and arts festival. It will feature more than 100 breweries, wineries and distilleries from around the world along with live performances, an artist market and delicious eats. Snag your tickets here!
South Carolina Brewers Guild to Host Inaugural ‘Best of SC Craft Beer Festival’September 16, 2022 | Brian Haitz
The South Carolina Brewers Guild will embark on a new tradition on October 15 in the state’s capital, Columbia, by hosting the first annual Best of South Carolina Craft Beer Festival. This marquee event will present itself as the state’s largest gathering of craft breweries on record. Read More
Birds Fly South Ale Project | Rustic SundayMarch 12, 2020 | Brian Haitz
What’s better on a Sunday afternoon than kicking back with a craft beer? This rye farmhouse ale by Birds Fly South will make you wish that every day was a “Rustic Sunday.” Read on to discover what makes this beer so approachable, crisp, and tart, and why it calls for soaking in every moment on laid back, lazy afternoons. Read More
Event Recap | The Inaugural Funk Collective: A Gathering of Independent BreweriesJuly 17, 2017 | Danele Bova
Craft beer as a whole has gone through a shit storm over the last few months. Literally and figuratively. And the in-fighting hasn’t stopped. But at the Funk Collective: A Gathering of Independent Breweries, no amount of storminess could keep the masses away. Read More
Weekly Growler Fill | National Beer News RoundupJanuary 9, 2017 | Chelsea Mitchell
Rick Astley is trying out craft brewing, PicoBrew is coming to restaurants, and Burial Beer Co. halts distribution to South Carolina. Take a break from your mundane Monday and catch up on some good ol’ craft beer news. Keep reading to catch the details in this edition of the Weekly Growler Fill.
Event Recap | BREWSTER Series for WomenJuly 11, 2016 | Danele Bova
One day I was scrolling through social media, when an event caught my eye. BREWSTER Women’s Brew Day at Holy City Brewing in Charleston, SC. An event just for women, and we get to brew at an actual brewery? Sure, I’ve seen the act of brewing beer on countless brewery tours. My husband is also an avid home brewer, so mashing in is something I am familiar with. But an event created solely for women to collaborate on a traditionally male activity? Count me in!
Brewery Showcase | River Dog Brewing Co.June 6, 2016 | Danele Bova
Sometimes when you travel off the beaten path, you are rewarded by the sweetest of treasures. This is what you’ll find when you reach River Dog Brewing Co.
Conquest Brewing Co. | Artemis BlondeApril 7, 2016 | Johnathan Pylant
ABV: 4.2% | IBU: 25
I am home from work at 10:00pm tonight, a little late at night but that is the schedule I am on right now. I want to … Read More
Coast Brewing Co. | HopArtMarch 28, 2016 | Danele Bova 4
“A sentimental longing or wistful affection for the past”, one of the many definitions of nostalgia, almost perfectly describes my feelings about my own craft beer journey. That journey began with one of my first memories of craft beer, which dates back to June 2013. Read More
Coast Brewing Co. | 32°/50° KölschApril 13, 2015 | Johnathan Pylant
I picked up another four-pack of Coast Brewing’s 32°/50° Kölsch this weekend. I love this Kölsch. It is currently offered in draft, 22oz. bombers and four-pack 16oz cans year round. Coast Brewing’s 32°/50° is an excellent spring/summer time beer to accompany any and all outings. In a world of dark ales and hoppy IPAs, the Kölsch is a welcomed and pleasant respite from the intensities of the season.
Westbrook Brewing Co. | India Pale AleAugust 20, 2014 | Michelle Jones
ABV: 6.8% IBUs: 65
Making the trip to Kiawah Island, South Carolina is not something I’m new to. Whether it’s packed in a car with my family or squeezed on a plane from Denver, I’ve been there and done that. But, as a craft beer-drinking woman in my mid-20’s, I realize that there was something missing from my trips—and that something was Westbrook Brewing Co.’s India Pale Ale. Read More