The festival is a free, all ages event featuring local food and beverages, vendors, live music, and more.
In addition, the breweries are bringing releases for a specialty beer tent with vintage brews and special one-offs. Wine and Cider will also be available for purchase.
New to this years’ festival is the SC Brewers Guild Tent. This inclusive event is separate and ticketed providing you with unlimited samplings of over 20 different brewers from across the state. You can purchase tickets online.
Mayor Keith Summey and North Charleston City Council discuss future development in North Charleston and leading a traditional Dedication of the Taps. Oktoberfest competitions will include a stein hoist, beer mile, keg rolls, and farmers carry all presented by Fly Dog Fitness. In addition, Blade and Bull axe throwing will be on-site and local vendors and crafters will be selling specialty items.
Food vendors include EVO Pizzeria, Lewis Barbeque, Baker and Brewer, Street Bird Westside, Roti Rolls, Graze Charleston, Lola and Krystyna’s Polish. All food options are pay-as-you-go.
Bands scheduled to perform include Josh Roberts and Friends, Red Cedar Review, and Royal Tinfoil.
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