World of Beer dedicates night to SC beer

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Since opening a little more than a year ago, Columbia’s World of Beer location has become a sort of second home for many of the city’s craft beer fans (yours truly included). Unlike other craft beer-centric watering holes in the city, WOB works hard to bring in and promote as much local beer as possible, visiting one-on-one with brewers to pitch exactly what they’re trying to do. I’ve talked at length with the guys running the place and I can tell they’re really dedicated to getting as much SC beer into the place as they can.

All that work comes to a head this Thursday as part of WOB’s Southern Beer Feature event, or as it’s colloquially known, South in Your Mouth.

That night, the bar’s taps will be taken over by nearly every brewery in South Carolina, including some brand new beers and a lot beers and breweries rarely seen in Columbia. In total, there will be 40 South Carolina beers for the taking.

Here’s what each brewery will have on tap Thursday night:

River Dog

  • American Red
  • Galaxy Quest
  • Pale Ale
  • IPA
  • Coastal Ale
  • Sinister Stache

COAST

  • Dead Arm Pale Ale

Westbrook

  • Udderly Milk Stout
  • New Rye Pale Ale
  • Bearded Farmer: McCullough
  • IPA
  • White Thai
  • Cap’n Skoon’s

Holy City

  • Pluff Mud Porter
  • Slam
  • Pilsner
  • Slanted Porch Pale Ale
  • Little Dinghy
  • Manuel Fantastico

RJ Rockers

  • Patriot Pale Ale
  • The Fix
  • Bald Eagle Brown
  • Bell Ringer
  • Star Spangled Stout

Windy Hill Cidery

  • Blueberry Cider
  • Hoppin’ Johnny
  • Rusty Gold
  • Ginger Gold
  • Gala Peach

Thomas Creek

  • Dockside Pilsner
  • River Falls Red Ale
  • Castaway Chocolate Orange IPA
  • Up the Creek Extreme IPA
  • Deep Water Dopplebock

Conquest

  • Artemis Blonde
  • Medusa Stout
  • Sacred Heart

New South

  • Nut Brown Ale
  • White Ale

To the best of my knowledge, this is the largest collection of SC beer ever at any Columbia bar at one time. While there could be a few additions or changes between this list and what ultimately ends up on tap, that’s the bulk of what will be on.

This will be the first and possibly only time you’ll see some of these beers on tap in the Midlands, so pull up a chair, raise a glass and drink local.

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