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The History of Charleston's Angel Oak Tree

The Angel Oak estimated to be more than 400-500 years old. It is simply known as The Tree in some circles. It stands in a wooded area in John’s Island just outside Charleston in South Carolina. Angel Oak is a live oak which also happens to be the state’s most imposing work of nature.

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Charleston Tours - Firefly Distillery

Whether you are from Charleston South Carolina, or you are visiting, an essential activity for the grownups is a distillery tour. Visiting small batch spirit distilleries gives you the chance to meet the passionate professionals while you get to explore the diverse history of spirits and distilling in Charleston while being safely transported. You can be guaranteed that Crafted Charleston has the tour that is best suited for you and your unique tastes. Speaking of taste, Firefly Distillery situated on Wadmalaw Island, thirty miles south of Charleston. Firefly Distillery is the largest distillery in the South Carolina and has become a leading destination in the Charleston, SC area (for good reason).

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What Is Craft Beer? Yes You Should Try It!

Creating a craft beer is an intricate and detailed process which can change the flavor, aroma, color and weight overall. From ales to lagers, there is a vast array of choices depending on your own personal preferences. It all incorporates its own individual levels of yeast, hops, grain and water which make them all so unique and one of a kind.

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Craft Beer Is Blowing Up In Charleston


The number of craft breweries throughout Charleston has always been hefty, but the weight is ever increasing in the area as time goes on.  Charleston has one of the largest numbers of craft brewers in the country as it is, and that certainly isn’t going away anytime soon. As a matter of fact, there are some who have yet to get their feet off the ground.  Large in size, or tiny, it may soon become an issue for the area if things continue to progress as they have been as is quite apparent these days. There is no possible way that, even as things stand as of today, that the majority of bars could keep even one kind of beer on tap to meet the needs of every brewery.  Even the bar, Closed For Business, which has over 40 beers on tap couldn’t be a host for all the local breweries.

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Boone Hall Strawberry Festival

The Low Country Strawberry Festival is coming to the Charleston area from April 21st thru the 24th, 2016. Enjoy acres upon acres of fun for this special event at the Boone Hall Plantation & Gardens. Be sure and go ½ mile north of Long Point Road on highway 17 in Mt. Pleasant to enter the festival. The main entrance to the plantation will not be an accessible way to get in.

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What To Do In Charleston For July 4th 2016

It's that time of year again to celebrate the birth of American Independence with a bang and there are plenty of ways to get your party on in Charleston.  From parades to fireworks we have you covered on the best places to hang out with friends and family and enjoy the festivities.

NOTICE: Folly Beach Public Safety issued an announcement via their facebook page stating that there will be no fireworks display this year on Folly for 4th of July. This is due in part to the exceptionally high tides which will make it impossible to stay within state regulations regarding space requirements.

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Why a Brewery Tour makes for a great Charleston Bachelor Party

A bachelor party can mean many things. For some, it is a wild night of debauchery marking the last night of freedom. They paint a picture of an old hag at home keeping her husband under lock and key, never to see the light of day or the light of fun again. For most, though, it is simply a time to celebrate with your closest friends one of the biggest events of your life. You’re getting married! Now of course almost everyone is going to want to loosen up a bit and throw a few drinks back. What better way to celebrate your Bachelor Party than with a true Charleston Brewery tour.