The return of the Charleston Beer Fest in Charleston, SC

Explore more than 40 brewing companies and various local businesses during the festival. Check out what else you can expect below.

Three local beers with a "Charleston Born & Brewed" and Indigo Reef Brewing Co. label.

We’re looking forward to the selection of local beer.

Photo via @chsbeerfest

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Are you ready for the Lowcountry festival that’s lager than life? Charleston Beer Fest returns to Riverfront Park on Sat., Oct. 22 for a full afternoon of craft brews, local vendors, and pure hoppiness. 🍺

After a two-year hiatus, more than 40 brewing companies will be participating in the festival with proceeds benefiting Palmetto Community Care. Be on the lookout for local spots like Holy City Brewing, Munkle Brewing + Palmetto Brewing Co.

How to explore

Whether it’s your first time attending or you’re returning for some deja brew, Charleston Beer Fest offers various ticket options that come with 10-20 beer tickets. Check out your options.

🎟️ General Admission | $35, $40 day-of

General admission tickets include a commemorative mug + 10 beer tickets.

🎟️ VIP | $80, $90 day-of

VIP tickets include a commemorative mug, expedited entrance to the event, shade tent + private bathroom access, and 20 beer tickets.

🎟️ Designated Driver | $20 (GA), $25 (VIP)

These tickets include vendor village access.

If you spend all your tickets early on in the day, don’t worry. Additional beer tickets can be purchased for $1/voucher.

What to expect

Fill your belly + support local businesses at any of the festival’s food and craft vendors. Local food truck faves like Bits-n-Bytes, The Immortal Lobster + Holy Rolly Charleston will be serving bites throughout the day.

Jewelry, candles, and other handmade goods can be purchased from craft vendors like Bright Star Designs and The Design Demon.

Groove out to live music by artists including Young Mister, She Returns from War + headliner North Mississippi Allstars, with one more artist to be announced this month.

Heads up: Volunteers are needed for the event. See how you can lend a hand.

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