Sunday, February 23, 2014
Charleston's largest pop-up beer festival, Charleston Beer Garden, returns to Brittlebank Park for the third annual celebration of suds on Saturday.
The event will be held May 17 from noon to 8 p.m.
Modernly inspired German biergartens will once again line the shores of the Ashley River, creating the perfect place to kick back with a beer under the shade of the oaks.
The festival features an impressive line-up of more than thirty craft brews from the Palmetto state and beyond, with something for absolutely everyone.
Beer is available in samples or pints until the kegs run dry.
All guests receive a commemorative festival mug, a few beer tickets to get started, and access to tons of beer-friendly entertainment.
Get your geek on at the Earth Fare Beer School with classes all about beer. Or play Beer Olympic Games such as the Keg Toss with your friends.
Hit up the Homebrewers Village to meet local homebrewers and learn more about this popular hobby.
And of course, be entertained by live music all day long.
Tickets go on sale February 17 at Charleston Beer Garden.
General admission tickets are $25 in advance, $33 at the door (if available).
VIP tickets are $50 each, advance purchase, online only.
Charleston's largest pop-up beer garden features over thirty craft brews, games and a wild afternoon of fun.