Archive for August, 2010

Phish in Charleston October 15&16

Tuesday, August 24th, 2010

Phish to play North Charleston Coliseum on 10/15 & 16.  The last time they played in Charleston was 1996.  This is going to be an incredible weekend in the city.   I’m going to start brewing some special beer right now.

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Tasting at the Hilton Head Lodge

Wednesday, August 18th, 2010

I’ll be doing a Duvel/Mortgat tasting at the Lodge in HH today.  Tony has Hennepin on draft and is offering complimentary glassware with the purchase of a growler. As well we’ll be doing sample tastings of Houblon Choufe, Maredsous 8, and Rare VOS.  Come during happy hour 4:30 – 8:00!

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Coast Brewery at CFB 8/19

Thursday, August 12th, 2010

Dave Merrit will be on hand Thursday, August 19th at Closed For Business in Charleston for a Coast beer special.  This extra special event will feature Coast Barrel Aged Black Beerd Stout, Boy King Double IPA, and Hop Art IPA.  To make things a little more interesting, Aaron Lucas has decided to run the Hop Art through a Randall filled with hops that he and his brother grew right in Charleston.  Pints of each beer will be available at 6:30 for the unbelievable price of $4.00!

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Ommegang Tasting at Growlers in Hilton Head

Tuesday, August 3rd, 2010

I will be in Hilton Head at Growlers Craft Beer store for a Ommegang event.  Bob and Todd will be offering tastes of two different Ommegang Begian style ales, and featuring a special on Ommegang growler fills for take home consumption.  Come check it out. 4-7pm

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CFB Adding More Lines

Tuesday, August 3rd, 2010

I’ll be installing 6 more draft lines at Closed For Business this Friday to give them a total of 36 beers on draft.  This will make CFB the bar with the most draft beers in Charleston, SC.  Since Aaron Lucas spear headed the beer program, the selection has grown to become a well rounded collection of highly sought after beers.  It is definitely a great place to go for a beer.  They use my beer flight paddles, too, and offer flights of four beers for about $8- $11.

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