Kicking off on May 16th, National American Craft Beer Week is just around the corner, and it’s the perfect time to recognize and celebrate the achievements of small and independent breweries. The Brewer’s Association categorizes Craft Brewers as any brewer that is “small and
Just a few decades ago, the list of breweries to visit in any given area were small—perhaps a handful around larger metro areas and a few more tucked away in rural spots. Thanks to the craft brewery revolution, though, no one need
At Low Tide Brewing on Johns Island, beers have been infused with basil, honey and watermelon, which are grown a few miles down the road. Among the lengths its owners have gone to source local ingredients, they once asked a group of kayakers
These days, you need to get pretty crafty to drink a craft beer. Governor Henry McMaster has made it a bit easier with the allowance of drive thru pickup during the pandemic, but times are still quite tough. Mike Fielding, the owner of Low
Low Tide Brewing is the only brewery on Johns Island, and it’s a popular spot for islanders and Charleston area friends! Sip on some custom craft beer while seeing how it’s made. Low Tide Brewing makes beer to connect people, food, and
Keeping local brews on tap here at Charleston Beer Works allows us to connect with the community while serving up some tasty drinks! This month we’re featuring local Charleston brewery Low Tide Brewing, located on Johns Island! All month long, we’ll be
Fall in the Lowcountry might not bring the same temperature changes as it does for our neighbors to the north, but it’s still a time to pull out a light sweater and transition to some fresh new flavors.
Three local breweries took home some hardware this weekend at the 2018 Great American Beer Festival (GABF) competition in Denver. The top three winners in the competition’s 102 beer-style categories were announced September 22nd at the GABF awards ceremony.