Inspired by the festive biergartens of Germany, Brittlebank Park will be transformed into a pop-up beer garden for this third annual event. The event will feature more than 30 craft brews from the Palmetto State and beyond, including Abita, Brooklyn, Crispin, Foothills, Holy City, Lagunitas, Leinenkugel, Lonerider, Oskar Blues, Palmetto, RJ Rockers, Sierra Nevada, Sweetwater, Terrapin and Thomas Creek. Attendees will be able to learn about reviewing beer, pairing food with beer and getting started in home brewing at the Earth Fare Beer School. In addition, there will be Beer Olympics Games, a cornhole tournament and more. A Homebrewers Village will be on-site offering folks the chance to meet local home brewers and sample their offerings. Live music will be performed by the likes of Atlas Road Crew, The Dunder Chiefs, Whiskey Diablo, Regina Ferguson and New Galaxy
When: Noon-8 p.m. Saturday
Where: Brittlebank Park, off Lockwood Boulevard
Price: $25 advance, $33 door (if available); VIP ticket are $50
For more info: www.charlestonbeergarden.com
Patrick Lundgren of Folly Beach participates in the keg toss event of the Beer Olympics during the second annual Charleston Beer Garden at Brittlebank Park.×
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