Tickets to the 2014 Brewvival in Charleston, South Carolina are now on sale. The event is held at Coast Brewing.
Last year, the event was held in a monsoon, but beer folk can’t be bothered by a (little) rain. Brewvival is an extraordinary event that brings out some of the best beer, and brewers and more. Act fast. Tickets are $65.
Tickets: http://brewvival.strangertickets.com/events/10397210/brewvival-2014 (Opens in New Window)
Pictures from Brewvival 2013 Here.
This past Saturday marked the 4th Annual Brewvival in Charleston, South Carolina. The festival is absolutely laden with some of the best beer you’ll find on American soil. Notable brewers such as Justin Stange (7venth Sun), Ron Extract (Jester King), “Spike” Buchowski and John Cochran (Terrapin Beer), Sam Calagione (Dogfish Head), Ken Grossman (Sierra Nevada), & many more were in attendance. Despite an incredible beer lineup, 2013 Brewival may have won the title of “Muddiest Beer Festival in History”. Woodstock ain’t got sh*t on this. It never.stopped.raining.
As you can see – the beer faithful persevered, weather beer damn. There is beer to drink. Brewvival is sponsored by Coast Brewing and The Charleston Beer Exchange.
Fullsteam Brewery (Durham, NC) brewed a special beer in December for the sold out Raleigh Rare Beer Tasting and 2013 Brewvival in Charleston, South Carolina. The beer? A “Kentucky Common” brewed with all local grain, including rye and corn. A sour mash was used to brew the common, meaning they soaked the fermentables out of the grain and allowed in to sit for a couple of days to sour. Mimicked (loosely) the same way one would make sour mash whiskey. If you attend either festival, don’t miss this brew.
Style: Kentucky Common
Availability: Draft only. Festival bound
The 2012 Charleston Brewvival is February 25, 2012 in Charleston, South Carolina. Tickets to the event go on sale this Friday, 11/11/11. Rod Tod of Allagash Brewing will a be a keynote speaker at the event.
Tickets are $50.00 a piece and available —> http://brewvival.com/tickets