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Check out these can't-miss events during Charleston Beer Week. Whether your local craft palette is an experienced one, or if you’re just getting to know the local brews – these events are sure to provide you with lots of delicious selection during Charleston Beer Week 2018.

The Spoleto SCENE's Shakedown, a party for 20- and 30-somethings to kick off the Spoleto Festival season, was a huge success.

As part of the Lowcountry Local’s “Eat Local Challenge” I am drinking my way through Charleston’s local inebriating options.

I've decided to take part in the Eat Local Challenge presented by Lowcountry Local First. Follow my journey through Holy City booze purveyors here.

Your go-to guide for all things Charleston this weekend, December 18-20

A roundup of events this weekend, July 17-19

Grit-worthy Charleston events 3/13–3/15. Trust us, you'll have a blast.

Already in its sixth year, Brewvival has quickly evolved into one of the premier craft beer events in the Lowcountry, if not the entire state. Organized by COAST Brewing Co.'s David Merritt and Jaime Tenny and entrepreneurs Scott Shor and Rich Carley (of the Charleston Beer Exchange, Edmund's Oast), the event on Feb. 28 boasted nearly 200 beers from 50 microbreweries on this year's official beer list.

Grit-worthy Charleston events 2/27–3/1. Trust us, you'll have a blast.

Grit-worthy events 1/23–1/25. Trust us, you'll have a blast.

Grit-worthy events 1/2–1/4. Trust us, you'll have a blast.

Grit-worthy events 12/12–12/14. Trust us, you'll have a blast.

Grit-worthy events for 11/14–11/16

To round out our salty countdown series, Grit's added "Best Summer Town in America" to Charleston's list of accolades. No kidding, see for yourself... Plus SMART shark avoidance tips you need

Beer is, at its heart, a social drink, is it not? So pull up a stool and meet your brewer—here's a quick list of South Carolina (mostly Charleston) breweries that offer tours. Go! Shake their hands...

Whether started from modest rickshaw roots or Daddy's deep pockets, makes no difference to me—these local folks are offering up a new school of hometown brews