57 min

How Brewer-Activists Popped One of the South's Worst ABV Caps Taplines

    • Food

Idiosyncrasies abound in this country's state-by-state approach to booze regulation, and South Carolina is home to plenty of 'em. Which is why, in 2005, Jaime Tenny — who would go on to open North Charleston’s COAST Brewing Company with her husband, David Merritt — took a cue from craft brewing colleagues in North Carolina and started Pop the Cap SC, a grassroots organization bent on increasing the state's then-limit on beers' alcohol by volume. This is a wonky one, Taplines listener, a tale of scrappy outsiders making noise in the the provincial halls of power in the Deep South, all in the name of bigger, better, beer. Don't forget to like, review, and subscribe!
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Idiosyncrasies abound in this country's state-by-state approach to booze regulation, and South Carolina is home to plenty of 'em. Which is why, in 2005, Jaime Tenny — who would go on to open North Charleston’s COAST Brewing Company with her husband, David Merritt — took a cue from craft brewing colleagues in North Carolina and started Pop the Cap SC, a grassroots organization bent on increasing the state's then-limit on beers' alcohol by volume. This is a wonky one, Taplines listener, a tale of scrappy outsiders making noise in the the provincial halls of power in the Deep South, all in the name of bigger, better, beer. Don't forget to like, review, and subscribe!
Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

57 min