May 23rd, 2016
This Tuesday (5/24) we will be tapping two double IPAs brand new to the Charleston market!
Elysian Brewing Company’s Space Dust IPA, straight out of Seattle, WA, is an excellent dry example of the style featuring bursts of Citra and Amarillo hops! We will not have bottles of this beer for some time, so bring your growlers!
Also on tap will be Sixpoint Brewery’s brand new PUFF Double IPA. This is a slightly stronger version of their Resin Double IPA that is hazy and unfiltered, as if it was poured right off the tank! Double dry-hopping gives this beer an even more explosive hop aroma than normal Resin. These two are sure to excite any hophead, so be sure to get down to the store @ 5pm!!
Edmund’s Oast Beer School!!! (6/15)
Edmund’s Oast will once again launch their popular Beer School series on the third Wednesday of every month. Led by Brandon Plyler, manager at The Charleston Beer Exchange and a Certified Cicerone, the focus for June 15 is Not So Sour. Sour Beer is not a style or really even a category of beer. Often super sour beers are what super fans crave. But, intense acidity turns off some folks new to these beers. For this class, we will feature beers that have a lighter touch of acidity to really give anyone a good taste of what is so exciting about sours! Buy Tickets Here.
May 16th, 2016
Revelry Pay By The Hour Growlers!!! (5/17)
This Tuesday (5/17) @5pm we are super excited to feature Revelry Brewing’s Pay By The Hour on our growler station!! Starting out life as a refreshing Bavarian wheat beer, this golden beauty was later soured and dry-hopped! Citra and Falconer’s Flight hops provide a juicy does of citrus aromas and at 4.9% this beer is not only tart and complex but also insanely drinkable! This is a draft only beer and we do not anticipate seeing any bottles. So, bring all your growlers!!
Edmund’s Oast Beer School!!! (5/18)
Edmund’s Oast will once again launch their popular Beer School series the third Wednesday of every month. Led by Brandon Plyler, manager at The Charleston Beer Exchange and a Certified Cicerone, the focus of May 18 is 50 Shades of Farmhouse. Explore what “Farmhouse” means and the varying degrees of weirdness and experimentation this vague category of beer covers. These beers will be paired with cheeses from goat.sheep.cow.
Purchase Tickets HERE. You can also save some money and Buy all Three HERE
May 2nd, 2016
This week we have an incredible hop-overload experience for you!!! Hops, which are used for aroma & bitterness in beer, are closely related to species of plants in the hemp family, and certain varietals share similar aromas between each other. Our friends at Dark Horse Brewing Company, located in tiny Marshall, MI, decided to dry-hop an 8.5% abv IPA recipe twice over, so you can experience an over-the-top hop aroma reminiscent of a “safety meeting” from across the room!
We will tap our only keg of this exceptionally fresh, and very limited, beer tomorrow (5/3) at 5pm! *Due to the limited nature of this beer we will only be filling 32oz growlers. Be sure you don’t miss out on this one, you’ll want to drink this one fresh!!!*