As far as Columbia beer goes, Conquest is renowned for its darker offerings, including their Harlequin spiced imperial stout and The Finisher, its 17.5% anniversary imperial stout (which returns Jan. 24). But just as popular is Brutus, a 12.6% imperial stout first released earlier this year that will return to taps beginning this week and – for the first time – in bottles as well.
Barley’s Taproom & Pizzeria in Greenville has scheduled its next multilevel Biggest Little Beer Fest for Sunday, Jan. 18, 2015.
Brewery 85 is readying to tap another offering from their barrel-aging program, while at the same time sketching an outline for the program in the years to come.
The All About Beer Magazine-sponsored World Beer Festival returns to Columbia on Saturday, Jan. 17, and as they did last year, AAB representatives are collaborating with a Columbia brewery on a special beer for the event.
Charleston’s Freehouse Brewery has been up and brewing for just about a year now, and the riverfront brewery plans to celebrate its first year in the Holy City this Saturday, Nov. 15, with its first anniversary party.
A unique new brewpub is coming to the Greenville area in 2015, one which will not only showcase local and in-house craft beers, but allow homebrewers to brew and bottle their own recipes on the establishment’s system.
In a surprise announcement this morning, San Diego-based Green Flashing Brewing Co. said it had acquired Alpine Beer Co., a much-hyped California brewery available only in the Golden State, with the two breweries striking a mutual production agreement. It’s is one that could bring much wider distribution for Alpine, including to South Carolina.