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Freehouse Brewery First Anniversary Party 

When: Sat., Nov. 15, 1-8 p.m. 2014
Freehouse Brewery wants to party hard for their first anniversary. And rightly so. The organic beer producer has accomplished a lot — most recently adding two more tanks to its operations, bringing the grand total to five. The addition of the new equipment means that Freehouse will be able to produce more unique beers while still being able to keep its flagship brews — the Ashley Farmhouse Ale and the Green Door IPA — on tap. And on Saturday, the brewery will be releasing one of these, the Sourlina Peche, a sour beer made from 400-500 pounds of Palmetto State peaches. The anniversary party will also have live music and food trucks on site, and, of course, you’ll be able to sample the tasting room’s suds. But the folks at Freehouse aren’t resting on their one-year laurels. They have a lot planned for the brewery. “We’re going to be creating hyper-local stuff with the new tanks — lot more wild and funky beers,” explains Arthur Lucas, owner. “In two weeks, I’m going to drive up and get 800 pounds of local kiwis from the Lake Marion area for a sour kiwi beer.”
— Melissa Tunstall


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