Welcome to the oldest brewery in the state of South Carolina, where great beer has been made since 1993. Our facility on Huger Street in downtown Charleston is open to the public for tastings…
Rev·el·ry: n. boisterous festivities, while enjoying craft beer.
The Frothy Beard Brewing Company grew out of a passion for creativity, culinary arts, zombies, epic novels, board games, the outdoors, and beer.
The Holy City story is about a team of four guys dedicated to craft beer and their community, aiming to bring more of one to the other.
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I remember it well. I was at a fairly new “gastropub” with a really nice beer selection. It was hot outside so so I took a seat at the bar, perused my draught options, and went with Andygator from Abita. A Helles Doppelbock with a slightly sweet flavor, Andygator has a subtle fruit aroma and a nice dry finish reaching an ABV of 8%. Plus Abita is a former employer and I tend to use loyalty as a tie-breaker.
“I hate beer”.
That what the attractive mature lady pronounced at a local beer festival a few years back. I was working my booth when she confessed that she thought it was a beer and wine festival that her friends had brought her to that spring day. And though her tone was playful, I knew she was serious.
Here in the Charleston Brewery District, we’re asked this question all the time: “So what’s the difference between an ale & a lager?” It’s a great question & the simple answer is that it all boils down to brewing method.