by Louis Kines
On Saturday, September 30, 2017, from 4 to 9 pm, Sea Island Habitat for Humanity will host its second annual “House That Beer Built” event. Last year, more than 100 beer drinkers came together to enjoy live music, good food, and some specially-prepared “Habitat Beers” from local breweries. Make plans to come on out!
Admission is FREE. No ticket purchase necessary. $10 will get you 5 beer tastings or 2 full pours. 100% of proceeds from beer will be directed toward purchasing construction materials for our next home!
Blues/rock music to be performed by local Blues Band of the Year, Jump Castle Riot.
The location is Bohemian Bull Beer Garden at 1531 Folly Road (James Island).
Holy City Brewing
Announced Sept 13: “Space Turtle”- A green tea IPA, with summer, equinox, and galaxy hops. 7.8% ABV
Freehouse Brewery : Announced Sept 13: “Summa Don”- The wild offspring of the Life of Don, Summa Don is a hoppy, funky, fruity, sour, citrus delight. Funky sour IPA. 6.7% ABV
Oak Road Brewery
“Grant’s Simcoe Red”- From our Forever Grateful series. It’s an annual series we do in Honor of a fallen homer brewer friend. This year’s release is a Hoppy Red Ale. Only 6 kegs ever made of this.
Low Tide Brewing
Announced Sept 5: “Motorboatin’ Melons”-
A lightly tart and very refreshing summer beer. Whole watermelon and fresh mint was added to a Berliner Weiss base beer. The result is a surprisingly refreshing take on a tart german ale. We wanted to create a beer that was true to the Lowcountry, light and refreshing for our hot summer days, utilizing local ingredients to create a one of a kind beer that will excite both connoisseur and beer novices alike.
Frothy Beard Brewing Company
“Modified Neckbreaker Double IPA”- This heavy weight IPA comes in at 120 IBU’s and has a big citrus punch! We use local honey to ramp up the O.G. on this one. One too many and you might end up on a stretcher. Brewed with our favorite wrestler, B. Furious! 9.5% ABV
Tradesman Brewing Co.
“Bricklayer’s Ale”- This is one of our best sellers and super tasty red ale. Technically, this beer qualifies as a double red, with big roasted malt favors, a sweet toffee aroma, and just enough hops to give it a clean finish and get you ready for another sip. 7.2%, 19 IBU
Special thanks to the always charitable Bohemian Bull for hosting!
Louis Kines is a member of the Sea Island Habitat Staff. He can be reached at 843-768-0998 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.