Beer Fest set this weekend in Lake City
LAKE CITY, S.C. – More than 40 local and regional craft breweries are expected to be represented this weekend at the Fifth Annual Moore Farms Botanical Garden Beer Fest.
The beer fest will be held at the botanical garden on New Zion Road in Lake City.
While craft beer will be on hand for guests, local food truck eats will also be available, according to information provided on the garden website. Dupre Percival’s It’s a Matter of Taste Food Truck and Donny Oliver’s Grills Gone Wild will be on hand. Represented breweries include Local Motive, Holy City Brewing, Left Hand Brewing, Thomas Creek and Foothills Brewing Company.
Tastes Like Chicken is the featured band this year.
One hundred percent of the proceeds from the Beer Fest will benefit the Florence County Disabilities Foundation, according to the botanical garden’s website. The disabilities foundation provides funding and resources for quality life experiences to people living with lifelong disabilities.
The Beer Fest is from 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday. Early bird tickets are $20 online, and tickets at the gate are $25. Tickets include a glass for tasting the different beer selections. Designated driver tickets are $10. Guests must be 21 or older to purchase a designated driver ticket and no alcohol can be consumed.
Go to moorefarmsbg.org to purchase tickets or call 843-210-7582. The event will happen rain or shine, and money will not be refunded due to inclement weather.
Moore Farms Botanical Garden is at 100 New Zion Road, Lake City.