Closed for Business turns two with local brew

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Believe it or not, downtown craft beer destination Closed for Business has been open for two years.

Their birthday celebration starts at 6 p.m. on Friday, December 16th, and will feature what may be the biggest variety of local taps Charleston has ever seen in one place.  We're talking north of twenty taps pouring beer made here, much of which will run you a mere $4 per pint.  Folks from every brewery will be on hand as well to join in the festivities and swap some pints.

Here's the lineup as of now, which is subject to change:

Palmetto Brewing

  • Amber Ale (? ABV, B, 59)
  • Charleston Lager (? ABV, B-, 38)
  • Pale Ale (5.7% ABV, B, 74
  • Espresso Porter (5.8% ABV, A-, 68)
  • A yet-undetermined seasonal

COAST Brewing

  • HopArt IPA (7.7% ABV, A-, 96)
  • 32/50 Kölsch (4.8% ABV, A-, 69)
  • Event Horizon (7% ABV, A, 92)
  • Smoked Rye Pale (4.8% ABV, A, XX)
  • A secret, dry-hopped cask...

Westbrook Brewing

Holy City Brewing

  • Holy City Pilsner (5% ABV, B+, XX)
  • Pluff Mud Porter (5.5% ABV, B-, XX)
  • Pecan Dream (6% ABV, A-, XX)
  • Vienna Lager (5.2% ABV)
  • Category 4 IPA (brand spankin' new, 8% ABV)
  • A secret, dry-hopped cask...

Closed for Business is located at 453 King Street downtown.