On Sunday, October 25th, the Revelry Brewing Company will celebrate its one-year anniversary with an Oktoberfest event featuring a Beer Garden, Sausagefest, and Cornhole Tournament. All money raised will be given to the Green Heart Project, a local nonprofit that builds urban gardens and farm-to-school programs in the Charleston area.
The party will be held from noon until 6 pm in front of the brewery at 10 Conroy Street. The event will include craft beer on tap and BBQ from the pit masters at Edmund’s Oast, Ted’s Butcherblock, Artisan Meat Share, Home Team BBQ, and Lewis Barbecue.
There will also be live music and a kids-zone with jump castles and arts & crafts. The cornhole tournament winners will take home a catered barbecued pig for 25 and a Revelry pony keg.
Admission to the party is $10, while Cornhole registration is $50 per team. Kids get in free.
Find out more information about the event on Facebook.
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