Brewsday event featuring beer, live music and yoga Old Towne Creek County Park
[WEST ASHLEY] – Old Towne Creek County Park invites the Lowcountry to come by after work for a couple of “cold ones” at Brewsday, on select Tuesdays this spring! And this year’s event is better than ever.
Brewsday kicks off April 12. New this year, tickets are $15 at the gate (or $12 in advance for residents of Charleston County) and include admission, beer from Tradesman Brewing Co., live music and yoga. Beth Cosi, founder of Bendy Brewski Yoga (pictured), will present a free all-levels yoga class from 6 – 6:45 p.m. – allowing participants to get physically and mentally centered then kick back with friends and a beer to get socially centered.
Live music will be performed during the April 12 event by Rene Russell, and food will be provided by the Charleston Choo food truck. Food truck fare is available for purchase on site. The event runs from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. on April 12, 26 &May 10. For upcoming food and entertainment, see the schedule below.
The spring Brewsday schedule will feature:
- April 12: music by Rene Russell; The Charleston Choo food truck
- April 26: music by Eddie Stonaker; Pacha Mama food truck
- May 10: music by Mark Jackson; Kickin’ Chicken food truck
Brewsday was inspired by the popular Wine Down Wednesday event, which returns Wednesdays this spring at Old Towne Creek County Park, onApril 6, 20 & May 4.
Located on Old Towne Road, Old Towne Creek County Park is a beautiful property in West Ashley that is not yet open to the public daily. Formerly Ashem Farm, the site was once home to Charleston preservationist Emily Ravenel Farrrow and her St. Andrews Riding Academy. The 67-acre estate is dotted with open fields mixed among groves of Live Oaks. The public is invited to come be inspired by the legacy of the Lowcountry’s nature and history with views from the park of South Carolina’s first English settlement at Charles Towne Landing, and the winding of Old Towne Creek through the salt marsh. Currently, Old Towne Creek County Park is only open for special event purposes and private rentals, but along with several other property holdings throughout the Lowcountry, it will one day become a county park available for regular use.