On Wednesday, October 7th from 5 pm until 7 pm, downtown hot spot Edmund’s Oast will partner with Slow Food Charleston to host a Slow Sips Happy Hour in The Bower.
Local and regionally inspired beer and cocktails will be available during the event with 10% of all sales benefiting Slow Food Charleston, a non-profit chapter of the international organization Slow Food USA.
The Happy Hour menu includes:
- Chatham Artillery Punch: bourbon, brandy, rum, lemon shrub, bubbly
- Olde Thyme Punch: bourbon, rum, madeira, lemon shrub, nutmeg, thyme
- Edmund’s Oast Cararosa: sour wheat brewed with 400lbs of local peaches and 100lbs of local blueberries, 4/1% ABV
- Edmund’s Oast Lord Proprietor’s Mild: an English-style mild brewed with black tea from the Charleston Tea Plantation, toasty with notes of nuts, cocoa bean, tea and a delicate breadiness, 3.5% ABV
Slow Food Charleston has been active for over eight years and during this time, has mainly focused on preserving and sharing the love of local foods and Lowcountry traditions.
To learn more about the event, visit Edmund’s Oast’s website.
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