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Even More Local Part II 

When: Mon., Sept. 14, 5 p.m. 2015
Price: Pay as you go

Team beer

Five mostly local breweries — Greenville’s Thomas Creek will be joining Revelry, Oak Road, Tradesman, and Palmetto — have been working since July to make some new and collaboration brews that will be available at Even More Local Part II at Homegrown Brewhouse in Summerville. For the past few months Homegrown Brewhouse travelled to each brewery to help brew the beers; all beers will only be available at Homegrown Brewhouse or the brewery where they were created. To see how the beers came to be check out their progress on by searching for hgbrewhouse. Here’s a rundown of the beers these breweries will gift Charleston with this year: Dr. Shepard’s Specialtea, a collaborative effort from Revelry Brewing and the tea plantation, combines a Dusseldorf Altbier with tea; Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sourness, an Oud Bruin beer brewed by Thomas Creek Brewery; Count Bockula, a collab between Oak Road Brewery and the Charleston Spice Company, adds cocoa nibs and powder to a German Doppelbock; Knight Radler, Tradesman Brewing’s brew created with blackberries and a Hefeweizen for a sweet twist on a German Radler; and Mitigated Disaster, Palmetto Brewing’s first sour beer — a Gose with four different hops. Pair your suds with food from the EMS food truck which serves up goods like burgers, pork tacos, and hotdogs.
— Samantha Connors


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