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Everyone’s heard of a pub crawl, but there’s a new way to enjoy drinks on the move. This Saturday, enjoy a ride on the Charleston Brewery District Trolley, a free(!) trolley that stops at nine different taprooms brimming with local craft beer. This delicious idea is the result of all nine breweries working together, providing a trail that winds through the Charleston Brewery District, located near the Neck Area of the peninsula.
The trolley began running in late February, and currently runs from 1-9 p.m. on Saturdays between the close-knit community of breweries. The route begins at Tradesman, followed by Edmund’s Oast Brewing Co., Cooper River, Palmetto, Baker & Brewer, Revelry, Fatty’s, Lo-Fi and Munkle.
Need advice on what to drink? Here are some recommended brews for each location!
Tradesman Brewing Company: Transmission Fluid Wheat Ale
Edmund’s Oast Brewing Co.: Bound by Darkness Black IPA
Cooper River Brewing: Barley Wine
Palmetto Brewing Co.: Huger Street IPA
Baker & Brewer: Lake Hopper Cider
Revelry Brewing: Gullah Cream Ale
Fatty’s Beer Works: Sea Dog Gose
Lo-Fi Brewing: Glitter Pony
Munkle Brewing Company: Pout House Hoppy Ale