SweetWater presents The Charleston Pub Crawl
Saturday, August 18 at 1:00pm
On Saturday August 18, SweetWater Brewing Company and more than 20 bars and restaurants in historic downtown Charleston, will celebrate Charleston’s right to clean water by raising awareness and money for The Charleston Waterkeeper.
Tickets are only $25 and a portion of ticket sales will go to The Charleston Waterkeeper. Participants of the crawl will attend an exclusive concert at Leaf Cafe & Bar and receive steep drink and food discounts to include $2 SweetWater Drafts and $3 Red Bull and vodka cocktails at every location and 2 drink tickets at the Leaf Cafe Block Party!
Please note: Ticket price increases to $35 the day of the event.
You have your choice of a Guided Pub Crawl or a Scavenger Hunt Crawl:
Guided Pub Crawl – Crawl with your friends! Choose to be led by a SweetWater or Red Bull representative, crawl with fans of your favorite university, or with one of your favority media personalities. The Guided Pub Crawls will visit approximately 10 venues.
Scavenger Hunt Crawl – Choose your own path as you complete the tasks of the scavenger hunt. Scavenger Hunt teams are limited to 4 people per team.
Start by checking in on the 3rd floor of Southend Brewery during the following times:
4pm-7pm Thursday, August 16th
1pm-9pm Friday, August 17th
9am-1pm Saturday, August 18th
Restaurants will be “selling” their clean, Charleston tap water for a one dollar donation, with 100% of the proceeds going to The Charleston Waterkeeper.
Participating venues include:
Market Street Saloon
NV Dance Lounge
Upper Deck Tavern
The goal of the SweetWater Charleston Pub Crawl is to bring the community together for a good cause and give people an opportunity to meet their neighbors in a fun and relaxed setting.
To find out more about sponsorship opportunities, email Britton “Boomer” Oyler at
Charleston Waterkeeper is an environmental non-profit organization in Charleston, SC. Our mission is to preserve and protect the integrity of Charleston’s waterways by defending against pollution and contamination. Founded on September 16, 2008, Charleston Waterkeeper is one of the nearly 200 member programs of the Waterkeeper Alliance. By encouraging citizens to “take pride, take responsibility, and take action,” Charleston Waterkeeper strives to empower the public to take back our right to clean water.
Online ticket sales have ended, but tickets are still available on the third floor of Southend Brewery, located at 161 East Bay Street.