Following its acquisition by Green Flash nearly a year ago, California’s Alpine Beer Co. will begin limited distribution in South Carolina starting this week.
Swamp Cabbage, Columbia’s third production brewery, will host a daylong anniversary party this Sunday, Aug. 16, to celebrate their first year of brewing in the Capital City.
Following up on last week’s announcement of new packaging and branding for many of their releases, COAST has disclosed the new can design for one of their most popular offerings: Boy King DIPA.
Less than three months after opening, Bluffton’s Southern Barrel Brewing Co. is already gearing up to can many of its beers and on Monday previewed the packaging for those upcoming releases.
Since they began canning their year-round HopArt IPA and 32/50 Kölsch, COAST has promised that more seasonal offerings would be available in cans. On Tuesday, they revealed the new design for one of them: Dead Arm Pale Ale.
Croxbone Brewing Co., a brewery in planning for the Tampa, FL area, has announced that it will be relocating its upcoming operations to Greenville, SC, in the near future.
Here’s something you don’t see every day: Columbia’s Conquest Brewing Co. was aided by a Penny, an African elephant, from Columbia’s Riverbanks Zoo, in picking ingredients for a beer that will be exclusively brewed for the zoo’s upcoming Brew at the Zoo beer festival.