Ayinger Oktoberfest Growlers (9/23)/Edmund’s Oast Beer School!!

September 22nd, 2014

Ayinger Oktoberfest Growlers!!! (9/23)
Believe it or not, tomorrow is the first day of Autumn!  To welcome that cool fall weather we are taping one of our favorite Oktoberfest offerings this Tuesday (9/23) at 5pm!!!   Ayinger Oktoberfest-Marzen, is about as traditional as it gets.  Brewed in March (Marzen) and lagered (stored) until the Oktoberfest celebration (Sept.-Oct.).  Ayinger's beer is a benchmark for the style with a nice toasty maltiness, deftly balanced by a touch of German Hops.  Draft of this beer is not always easy to find and we are thrilled to be able to offer our only keg at 5pm tomorrow!!!

Edmund's Oast Beer School!!! (September) 

Beer School will once again be led by Brandon Plyler, manager at The Charleston Beer Exchange and a Certified Cicerone. Class are on Monday evenings and start @6:30 pm.

Monday 9/22:  Grande Italiano: Italy is considered one of the most exciting brewing countries for its strange and often pricey bottled beers. This class will demystify the labels and open up a world of fascinating breweries many Americans have been hesitant to try.

$45 Purchase Tickets Here

Monday 9/29: German Purity Law: In honor of Oktoberfest, this class will dissect the famous Bavarian Reinheistgebot and explain its application to the international brewing industry. Guests will learn about classic styles and gain an appreciation for the highly skilled German brewer’s ability to create exciting beers with only 4 ingredients. $35 Purchase Tickets Here

Allagash Fluxus ’14 Growler Fills!!!

September 15th, 2014

Allagash Fluxus '14 Growlers!!! (9/16)
Fluxus, in the case of Allagash, refers to fluid change.  Every year the brewery crafts a unique, never-before-seen recipe, only to be released once!  Fluxus 2014 is a biere de miel brewed with a blend of 2-row & Vienna malts, spruce tips, and honey. It is hopped with Hallertau and fermented with the Allagash house yeast. The natural sugars from the honey help ferment the beer and actually contributes to a dry/non-sweet finish!! Starting @5pm this Tuesday (9/16), we will be filling all growler sizes, so see you then!!! 

Evil Twin FREE Tasting/Growler Extravaganza!!!

September 8th, 2014

Evil Twin FREE Tasting/Growler Extravaganza!!! (9/9)
Jeppe is always keeping us on our toes with new and exciting beers!! On Tuesday (9/9) from 4:30pm-6:30pm we will be tasting 4 outstanding brews from one our favorite Gypsy Brewers, absolutely FREE!!! On tap for the first time will be: Femme Fatale Kabosu IPA (a Brett. fermented IPA with the exotic Japanese Kabosu fruit), and Evil Twin/Intangible Ales Sour Bikini (a sour version of the famed 3% abv. IPA)!! Also on for tasting and growler fills will be Falco IPA and Even More Jesus!! 

Jolly Pumpkin @Revelry Brewing!!  (9/10)
Revelry, Charleston's newest addition to the local brewing scene, is hosting an epic tap takeover with beer-geek beloved Jolly Pumpkin!! This Wednesday (9/9) from 4pm-10pm , 10, count-em 10 incredible JP beers will be going on tap for Pint and Half-pint servings. Laurie and Ron Jefferies (owners/brewers) will be on hand to talk about the artistry of their brewing.  Jolly Pumpkin is a pioneer in the American Sour/Wild beer category and they are bringing some blends that have rarely ventured outside of their own brewpub.  Don't miss this excellent chance to check out a brand-new local brewery and sample unbelievably good beers!!!  Food and Live music will also be available. For a complete list of beers and ticket info CLICK HERE.

Edmund's Oast Beer School!!! (September) 

Beer School will once again be led by Brandon Plyler, manager at The Charleston Beer Exchange and a Certified Cicerone. Class are on Monday evenings and start @6:30 pm.

Monday 9/15: Beer and Cheese: Friends of Edmund’s Oast, goat.sheep.cow will delight with brand new pairings during this popular event. This round will feature exceptionally adventurous beer and cheese arrangements.$45 Purchase Tickets Here. 

Monday 9/22:  Grande Italiano: Italy is considered one of the most exciting brewing countries for its strange and often pricey bottled beers. This class will demystify the labels and open up a world of fascinating breweries many Americans have been hesitant to try.

$45 Purchase Tickets Here

Monday 9/29: German Purity Law: In honor of Oktoberfest, this class will dissect the famous Bavarian Reinheistgebot and explain its application to the international brewing industry. Guests will learn about classic styles and gain an appreciation for the highly skilled German brewer’s ability to create exciting beers with only 4 ingredients. $35 Purchase Tickets Here