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Where to Sip on Locally Brewed Suds in the Lowcountry

Where to Sip on Locally Brewed Suds in the Lowcountry

Charleston is a city that is just as electric at night as it is during the day. With everything from breweries to rooftops to speakeasy-inspired bars, there’s a setting for everyone, and there’s no denying that Charleston’s specialty craft beers play a large (& thirst quenching) role in the destination’s acclaimed dining scene.

Schedule reservations at the hip Edmund’s Oast to choose from a rotating selection of rare beers including house-made blends such as Edmund’s Oast Toasted Oats (think oatmeal cream pie), visit Bay Street Biergarten’s craft beer tasting wall for a sample of local favorite Washout Wheat, named for an equally loved section of Folly Beach, or pull up a seat at the Bar at Husk to savor subtle chocolate notes with a glass of Pluff Mud Porter. Scroll on for more of our favorite Lowcountry locales to sip on locally brewed beers, including Coast Brewing Company, Coleman Public House, Holy City Brewing, McCrady’s, Palmetto Brewing Company, Edmund’s Oast Exchange and Leon’s Oyster Shop

Where’s your go-to for brew in the Lowcountry? Share with us in the comments below then discover more of Charleston’s nightlife scene!