Crowlers – recyclable 32 oz. cans that can be filled and sealed with the beer of your choice as an alternative to other growler formats – have grown in popularity since being launched by Oskar Blues within the past couple of years. The innovation recently made its way into South Carolina after Columbia’s Green’s Warehouse on Piney Grove unveiled the first crowler setup in the state.
Columbia’s River Rat Brewery has been a growing presence in the Capital City’s beer scene since opening in 2014, earning best-of honors from Columbia drinkers and expanding distribution statewide in less than 12 months. On Saturday, March 7, they’ll be toasting to one year as the city’s second production brewery.
Charleston’s Revelry Brewing has announced – through what could be described as an equally beautiful and deeply disturbing video – the upcoming release of their first bottled American wild ale, which will also hit taps this weekend.
Anderson’s first craft brewery is on track to open its doors this year, but the founders of Carolina Bauernhaus are looking to make sure visiting the Upstate farmhouse brewery is an experience by crowdfunding upgrades for their taproom.
RJ Rockers’ long-in-the-works barrel-aging program will see its debut this Friday, Feb. 13, with the release of a whiskey barrel-aged version of their seasonal black IPA.
Hot on the heels of their second anniversary party and the release of The Finisher, Conquest is readying yet another special one-off bottle release for one of their most popular beers.