Todd Hamrich, of Anderson Valley Brewing Co., and Lawana "Louie" Michalke, of Avery Brewing Co., keep the craft beer flowing at the third annual Bluffton International and Craft Beer Festival held on Saturday at the Calhoun Street Promenade. The event featured 190 ales, stouts, lagers and pilsners, made by more than 60 brewers from around the world, along with live music and a Food Court of Bluffton area restaurants. A portion of proceeds benefit the Palmetto Animal League.
Todd Hamrich, of Anderson Valley Brewing Co., and Lawana "Louie" Michalke, of Avery Brewing Co., keep the craft beer flowing at the third annual Bluffton International and Craft Beer Festival held on Saturday at the Calhoun Street Promenade. The event featured 190 ales, stouts, lagers and pilsners, made by more than 60 brewers from around the world, along with live music and a Food Court of Bluffton area restaurants. A portion of proceeds benefit the Palmetto Animal League. Jay Karr
Todd Hamrich, of Anderson Valley Brewing Co., and Lawana "Louie" Michalke, of Avery Brewing Co., keep the craft beer flowing at the third annual Bluffton International and Craft Beer Festival held on Saturday at the Calhoun Street Promenade. The event featured 190 ales, stouts, lagers and pilsners, made by more than 60 brewers from around the world, along with live music and a Food Court of Bluffton area restaurants. A portion of proceeds benefit the Palmetto Animal League. Jay Karr

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November 02, 2013 07:24 PM

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