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Tailgate at Home with These Growler Station Picks

Bottles Growler Picks Tailgate at Home

 

This football season, shop Bottles for the ultimate at-home tailgate. Our wide selection of beer, wine, spirits, mixers and more will help keep your cooler—and snack stash—stocked as you cheer on your favorite team. Shop the aisles or order ahead for curbside pickup for all your gameday needs.

Hitting the taps at our Growler Station is a great way to stock up while trying some great local and national craft beers.

Check out these 32-oz crowler and 64-oz growler recommendations from our beverage experts:

 

EDMUND’S OAST BARREL-AGED WILD APPLE IMPERIAL STOUT (Mount Pleasant & Columbia)

This Imperial Stout from Edmund’s Oast Brewing is brewed with apples and aged in port/rye whiskey barrels for a full year. The resulting beer produces notes of tart apple weaving through a field of rich mocha and vanilla with a pulsing heart of red fruit—a great growler for your at-home tailgate.

 

DOGFISH HEAD 120 MINUTE IPA (Summerville & Columbia)

Grab a growler of this IPA known as the Holy Grail for Hopheads and take your tailgate at home to the extreme. This Dogfish Head Craft Brewery IPA is boiled and brewed for a full two hours, while being continuously hopped with high-alpha American hops, then dry-hopped daily in the fermenter for a month. Add the strongest IPA ever brewed to your lineup for the ultimate at-home tailgate.

 

REVELRY GULLAH CREAM ALE (Summerville & Mount Pleasant)

The Gullah Cream Ale is a beer truly born in the South. Revelry Brewing took the classic “lawnmower” beer and turned it into something quintessentially Southern by using South Carolina grits from Adluh in Columbia and Geechie Boy on Wadmalaw Island. The result is a crisp and clean beer with a moderate hop, perfect for all football fans.

 

If you’re ready for gameday and looking to fill your cooler with draft beers from across the country, head to Bottles and we can help you find the perfect at-home tailgate growler. Stop into one of our locations (Columbia, Mt. Pleasant and now Summerville) and stock up!