Lowcountry beer lovers have something to celebrate because after a two-year, COVID-related hiatus, the annual Charleston Beer Fest (CBF) will return in 2022. The festival will take place on October 22nd at Riverfront Park from 1 pm to 7 pm. The festival includes:
- Regional breweries
- Beer games
- Food trucks
- Craft vendors
Attendees can enjoy their favorite regional brews, watch local homebrewers compete, support local businesses and food vendors, participate in a variety of games and challenges, and enjoy live music from a number of bands.
“Palmetto Community Care is excited we can bring back Charleston Beer Festival this year to celebrate regional breweries and businesses and bring the community together after a 2-year hiatus,” said Bradley Childs, Chief Executive Officer of Palmetto Community Care. “The proceeds from Beer Fest, celebrating its tenth year, will go to expand medical services and help the community, which is something I think we can all raise a glass to.”
Proceeds from the event help support Palmetto Community Care’s work to promote public health throughout the Lowcountry. Tickets are available now at https://www.chsbeerfest.org/tickets. General Admission, VIP packages, and Designated Driver ticket options are available to ensure everyone can enjoy the festival. VIP tickets include early access at noon on the day of the festival, extra beer tickets, and more.
About Palmetto Community Care
PCC is a nonprofit organization dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for persons living with HIV/AIDS and providing HIV prevention resources for schools, churches, community organizations, and the workplace in Charleston, Berkeley, and Dorchester counties. We believe no one living with HIV or AIDS should go without medical care, everyday resources, and emotional support.
PCC takes a multi-faceted approach to helping those living with HIV/AIDS by providing medical case management, access to medical care, housing assistance, financial assistance, nutritional assistance, and legal assistance along with an array of other supportive services. PCC also works to prevent this epidemic through education, media campaigns, community outreach, and free, daily HIV/STD testing.
For more than 31 years, Palmetto Community Care has been serving men, women, and children living with HIV/AIDS and we remain dedicated to improving our community and improving outcomes for individuals living with HIV until there is a cure for this epidemic.
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