Revelry Brewing Company is celebrating 5 years with its annual block party benefiting local farm to school non-profit organization, the Green Heart Project, which is celebrating its own 10th anniversary.
The joint birthday bash will take place on Sunday, October 27th from noon to 6 pm at 10 Conroy Street in the heart of the Charleston Brewery District. The event, themed ‘ANIMALISTIC,’ encourages guests to dress up and unleash their inner animal in the spirit of Halloween while enjoying Revelry brews and food from vendors like Pub Fare, Tobo Sushi, Daps, Semilla, and Street Bird.
The party will also include:
- DJ Sparkbox
- Vendors including Nectar Sunglasses, Red Rose Vintage, Tuff Stuff Vintage and Tinted Saga
- Family friendly activities
“This block party is a testament and a celebration of a community that we are proud to call our own,” Revelry partner Sean Fleming said. “It’s exciting to not only be celebrating the 5th anniversary of the brewery and our partnership with the Green Heart Project, but also the 1st anniversary of our barrel aging and sour tasting room, The Hold.”
Tickets are $10 and are available online at City Paper Tickets. Tickets can also be purchased at the door until the event reaches capacity. Children under 10 and dogs get in for free. 100% of ticket sales will benefit the Green Heart Project.
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