Homebrewing on the edge of America

Low Country Libations

Brewing on the edge of America

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Upcoming Events

August Meeting! 

Date: August 22nd 

Location: Laura Alberts


891 Island Park Dr, Charleston, SC 29492

Time: 2:00pm

We ask that you RSVP to lclhomebrew@gmail.com !

National Mead Day

Date: August 1st

Location: See Calendar for location and details

8600 Dorchester Rd #304, North Charleston, SC 29420

Low Country Libations and Oak Road Brewery are sponsoring Forever Grateful home brew competition. We have added a tab on the top of the page for all the details. 

This year the club will be sponsoring a booth at the Charlotte Oktoberfest on October 3rd. Anyone that donates a keg will get free entry into the festival!  We will be commuting in a group if there is enough interest.

Asheville is having a homebrewers conference on August 22nd.  We're trying to gauge the interest to see if this could be a club function.  Respond on the forum if you're interested.

Low Country Libations is a group of men and women dedicated to the enjoyment and promotion of homebrewing and beer evaluation in the greater Charleston area. We share knowledge, methods, new brew pub and microbrewery discoveries, and good homebrew at monthly meetings and special events.

The club sponsors the Colonial Cup Homebrew Competition, an annual AHA-sanctioned competition open to any and all homebrewers. The club also evaluates and forwards members’ beer to AHA Club-Only competitions for particular beer styles.

We are also involved in the national Beer Judge Certification Program (BJCP) activities, and sponsor beer judge study groups and qualifying exams. Many of the local stores and shops offer discounts to Low Country Libations members.

If you like beer, want to know beer styles better, brew your own beer, or are just curious as to what it takes to brew beer, Low Country Libations meetings are the place for you to come to get your questions answered.

Guests are always welcome!

In the News.....we're famous!  Check out the Post and Courier article about homebrewing in Charleston.