Foothills Brewing spends the week in the Lowcountry

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Foothills Brewing, the standard-bearer for Winston-Salem, NC craft beer since 2004, is hosting a week's worth of notable beer events in Charleston starting Tuesday, July 6th.

Coleman Public House (recipient of recent acclaim) will serve as the jumping off point Tuesday, tapping a keg of Barrel-Aged People's Porter (?% ABV, A-, 92).  427 W Coleman Blvd in Mount Pleasant.

Wednesday is a double-header, starting with a beer dinner at the Mount Pleasant Mellow Mushroom.  The dinner is from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., costs $35 a head, and the menu can be found here.  Take note, this one features the beer geek gold that is Sexual Chocolate Imperial Stout (9.75% ABV, A, 100).  3110 US Highway 17 North.  

Foothills is taking the party across the bridge(s) to James Island for an appearance at the Victor Wooten show at the Pour House later that night.  1977 Maybank Highway.

The scene shifts downtown Thursday evening for a cask of dry-hopped Hoppyum IPA (6.3% ABV, A-, 94) at The Griffon Pub.  18 Vendue Range.

Smoky Oak Taproom is batting cleanup on Friday with a pint night featuring a cask of dry-hopped Pilot Mountain Pale Ale (4.8% ABV, B+, 78).  1234 Camp Road on James Island.

Looks like I picked a hell of a week to fly out of town for work.

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