If you love the local craft brew scene, then you’re going to dig the new Brew Hop Pass app, which includes discounts such as “buy a pint, get a pint” at 28 of Charleston’s top breweries and taprooms. The app also includes $8 off axe throwing.
Here’s how it works:
The app is free to download in iTunes and Google Play
Search “Brew Hop Pass”
You’ll be able to use the app, however, you will not be able to redeem offers
To redeem up to $185 in monthly redeemable offers either a 48-hour Pass (best for visitors), Monthly Pass (best for locals) or an Annual Pass must be purchased
After purchase is complete, enter your login credentials in the app to begin
Open and present the app to the bartender to redeem offer
Monthly and Annual Pass subscribers can redeem offers one time every 30 days at each participating location
Additional features of the app:
- Utilizes GPS to see what’s closest to you
- See what brews are currently on tap at each brewery
- Upload photos
- Leave comments
- Compete on a monthly leaderboard to win prizes
- To discourage impaired driving, users can call an Uber within the app
Created by Keith Simmons, President of Traveler Communications Group who successfully launched Tour Pass Charleston and Tour Pass Savannah (tourpass.com).
48 Hour Pass – $14.99
Monthly Pass – $29.99 – less than $1 a day
Annual Pass – $289 – two months free
Participating Breweries & Tap Rooms include:
Westbrook Brewing Co.
Holy City Brewing
Charles Towne Fermentory
Low Tide Brewery
Ship’s Wheel Hard Cider
Ghost Monkey Brewery
Palmetto Brewing Co.
Baker & Brewer
Cooper River Brewing Company
Tradesman Brewing Company
Two Blokes Brewing
Snafu Brewing Company
Indigo Reef Brewing Co.
Fam’s Brewing Co.
Wide Awake Brewing Company
Pawley’s Island Brewing Co.
Edmund’s Oast Restaurant
Edmund’s Oast Exchange
Edmund’s Oast Brewing Co.
Fatty’s Beer Works
Blade & Bull Axe Throwing
Charleston Beer Works
House of Brews
Additional locations will be added in the future.
Learn more via the video below:
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