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.
The annual Community Tap Craft Beer Festival returns to Greenville for its third year next April, this time in a new location.