Foothills Sexual Chocolate Growlers!!!

February 4th, 2016

Foothills Sexual Chocolate Growlers!! (2/5)

You heard that right!  Foothills Brewing Company has once again released their fantastic and luxurious imperial stout aged on cacao nibs!! Sexual Chocolate has been a beer world favorite since its first release, and it still garners a 100 point perfect score!!! We only receive one keg of this beauty a year, and it goes on tap tomorrow (2/5) @5pm sharp!  Due to the limited nature of this item we will only be selling 64oz per person.  All sales in person only, we are not able to do phone holds or pre-pays. See you at 5pm!!!

*We will only have 32oz and 64oz growler fills available tomorrow.*

Brewvival 2016!!! 

Tickets for Brewvival 2016 are still available, but running out!  Don’t blow your chance to attend one of the best beer festivals around!  Come join us from 12pm-5pm on Saturday 2/27 in the fields at COAST Brewing Company in North Charleston.  Tickets will run you $79.99 online at or for just $75 (CASH ONLY) here at CBX or at COAST.  Shuttle tickets are also available online.

Read about the changes to this year’s festival on the Brewvival blog.  We have some big surprises in store for you that we think you’ll love.  See you out there, rain or shine!!!

Dieu de Ciel! Disco Soleil Growlers!!! (2/2)

February 2nd, 2016

Dieu du Ciel Disco Soleil Growlers!! (2/2)
Dieu du Ciel! is a tiny brewery in Montreal that turns out some of the best beers we get!  Tomorrow, Tuesday (2/2) we will tap our only keg of Disco Soleil for growler fills at 5pm!! This 7.2% abv. IPA is made with the addition of kumquats.  Don’t be fooled, this IPA is still hoppy and boasts an appetizingly dry finish.  We didn’t get any bottles of this beer for this release, so a growler fill is the only way you’ll be able to take it home.  See you at 5pm! 


CBX Moving in 2017!!!

January 26th, 2016

CHARLESTON, SC – January 19, 2016-Scott Shor, owner of Edmund’s Oast and The Charleston Beer Exchange, announced today plans to consolidate and make some exciting changes to his popular retail store. By early 2017*, The Charleston Beer Exchange will relocate to a brand new location being built adjacent to Edmund’s Oast Brewpub and be renamed Edmund’s Oast Exchange. The space will be over 2,000 square feet, two stories and is being designed by architect Andrew Gould of New World Byzantine. The store will continue to offer their incredible selection of craft beer with approximately 1,000 different varieties sold in cans, bottles, kegs, and growlers. Edmund’s Oast Exchange will be the only location anywhere patrons can buy beers produced at Edmund’s Oast Brewpub.

In addition to the top notch beer selection, the retail space will add a comprehensive wine collection, featuring roughly 500 different labels. This will include everything from benchmark classics to fun finds from the young vanguard. An emphasis will be placed on wines that tell a story and sharing these stories with customers. Also included will be glassware, merchandise, and food items made at Edmund’s Oast such as charcuterie. A porch/garden area along with the expanded interiors will be used to host a full curriculum of beer and wine classes and tastings year round. Being closer to the brewpub, the store can collaborate easily to expand events at the restaurant such as offering additional beverage related dinners. Edmund’s Oast Exchange will be led by a stellar group of knowledgeable professionals including Sarah O’Kelley, Certified Cicerone® Brandon Plyler, and Mark Sahara.

“It is pretty wonderful to be able to bring our popular beer store closer in proximity to Edmund’s Oast Brewpub and our anticipated offsite brewery, Edmund’s Oast Brewing Company,” stated Scott Shor, owner.”We have longed to have a larger space for the retail component, to be able to offer additional parking and have a large footprint for better displays, events, and additional products such as wines. We are thrilled to have strong talent leading this effort and our onsite education component. In the meantime, we will continue to offer all the same great beer, service, and tastings at our current location. No changes will be made until we get closer to the anticipated opening in early 2017.”

The store’s relocation to the Half Mile North/NoMo area, is in addition to other recent openings and announcements of retail spaces and brings more convenient places for people to come to visit, shop, and dine.

*Early 2017 is just an anticipated date and dependent of construction.