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Founders Breakfast Stout Brunch

added on October 2

Join us for an very special brunch event with Founders Brewing Company! Our Chefs Leila Schardt and Tito Marino will be creating a delicious brunch menu to pair with Founders’ offerings.

We’ll have Breakfast Stout, Nitro Rubaeus, All Day IPA, and more to be announced.

**The first 20 people to order a Breakfast Stout will be given a free Founders mug to take home!

Goose Island Tap Takeover

added on October 2

We’re excited to host another Tap Takeover for this year’s Goose Island Migration Week!

We will be pouring 5-6 Goose Island beers, including at least 3-4 of their rare and highly sought-after Bourbon County Brand Series. We will also be offering Goose Island Autumn Ale and 312 Wheat.

Oktoberfest 10/2-10/4/15

added on September 22

We’re gearing up for another amazing Oktoberfest celebration, this time taking place for the whole weekend October 2-4!

We’ll have traditional Oktoberfest bierz on tap and, of course, legit German food.

Here’s a glimpse of some beers we’ll have on tap:

Coast Octoberfest
Weihenstephaner Octoberfestbier
Reissdorf Kolsch
Hofbräuhaus Original
Left Hand Octoberfest
Coast Kolsch
Bell’s Octoberfest
Jever Pilsener
Schneider Weisse Hefeweizen


Charleston Beer Week: 2 Events!

added on August 5

We’ve got two events scheduled for Charleston Beer Week this year!

Sunday September 13, 2015: Foothills Brewing Takeover night, featuring favorites and exclusive brews that rarely leave North Carolina.

Tuesday September 15, 2015: 3rd Annual South Carolina Beer Night – 100% of our 42 taps will be taken over completely by beers from South Carolina breweries! This is one of the most popular events during CHS Beer Week for the third year in a row.

Get Slap Happier with our new Pork Slap

added on June 22

Every once in a while, in a young sandwich’s life, the time comes to raise the crave-ability factor by boosting the pizzazz under the bun.  Chefs Tito Marino and Leila Schardt at Closed for Business have done just that with the famous Pork Slap sandwich.   You will still find the fried pork cutlet, house sauce, Swiss cheese and melt-in-your-mouth Brown’s Court Bakery bun, but you will also be happy to taste the addition of tender pulled pork (which replaces the smoked ham), pickled green tomatoes, and pickled mustard seeds.  While we once were Slap Happy, I guess you could now say we’re Slap Happier.

Swing by to acquaint yourself with this gem of a sammy. It’ll be a special all week before going on the regular menu.