Join Jake Grove, entertainment reporter with the Greenville News and USAToday Network, on a tour of Birds Fly South Ale Project.
Birds Fly South Ale Project is one of the most popular breweries in Greenville. It’s location at Hampton Station has made it a hub for hip, creative craft beer aficionados and it’s comfortable atmosphere and rustic environment has hundreds hitting the oversize garage doors everyday.
Come see what Birds Fly South has in store for the future while enjoying samples of their recent creations (a total of four 8-ounce pours) and a special brew hand-selected by owner and head brewer Shawn Johnson. Enjoy a tour of the entire facility, learn about the expansion and sip a beer with Johnson during an interview and Q&A session. You can also ask Jake Grove questions about the craft beer culture in the Upstate.
This is a ticketed event and spots are limited. Go to tickets.greenvilleonline.com to purchase.
When: Sunday, March 25
Time: 1:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Where: Birds Fly South at Hampton Station, 1320 Hampton Ave., 29601
Tickets: $20 each; $15 for Greenville News Insiders
Insiders: Log-in at www.greenvilleonline.com/insider to get the promo code and purchase tickets.
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