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By Timmons Pettigrew,Chrys Rynearson

In a city that prides itself on purchasing neighborhood and all issues Lowcountry, it�s no shock that artisanal �craft� beer has taken the Holy urban through hurricane. With 4 proven breweries, devoted retail shops and bars, a house brewing membership and the yearly Brewvival pageant, craft beer tradition is booming. yet in the back of the trendy ales, lagers and stouts that connoisseurs comprehend and love is a barrelful of Charleston beer heritage that has been brewing for hundreds of years. From the 1st brewery that opened its doorways in 1732 via Prohibition and the hot �Pop the Cap� laws that allowed excessive gravity beer to once more flood the streets, Charlestonians have embraced beer wholeheartedly. sign up for neighborhood author and beer bard Timmons Pettigrew as he recounts the superb and mouthwatering heritage of Charleston beer, pint via frosty pint.

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