Fourth Annual The Colonel’s Club Boil & Brew Returns October 22

Support a worthy cause and enjoy an all-you-can-eat Lowcountry boil, YoCo Brew Trail Experience and more!

The Colonel’s Club Boil & Brew combines delicious Carolina fare, craft beer, festival vibes and fall weather for a can’t-miss community experience! Tickets are now available for the fundraising event on Saturday, Oct. 22 from 3-8pm at the Greenway Gateway, featuring an authentic Lowcountry boil elevated by craft beer pairings from local breweries.

Boil and Brew Fundraising Event
Friends enjoy food and drinks at The Colonel’s Club Boil and Brew.

Tickets are available at $55 each, with children’s tickets (ages 12-20) available at $25. Tickets include an all-you-can-eat Lowcountry boil and two beer tickets, as well as a hot dog and drink options for youth. Children ages 11 and younger receive free admission. Live music will play throughout the day with the Thirsty Horses on the Gateway Lawn stage.

New to the 2022 Boil & Brew is a ticketed brewery experience in partnership with Visit York County and local craft breweries, the YoCo Brew Trail Experience. Ticket holders will receive all the benefits of general admission, plus six 4oz. pours and commemorative cup. The Brew Trail will begin at 3pm and last until 7pm, providing an exclusive opportunity to try beers selected or crafted just for the event and speak with local brewers. The lineup of breweries features some of York County’s most popular beer purveyors, including Amor Artis Brewing, 1873 Brewing, Lake Wylie Brewing Co., Model A Brewing Co., Replay Brewing and Slow Play Brewing. Legal Remedy Brewing and Windy Hill Cidery will also have offerings available. Tickets to the brewery experience cost $75 and include general admission.

Boil & Brew food at Anne Springs Close Greenway
The Colonel’s Club Boil & Brew event at Anne Springs Close Greenway

Working with local seafood purveyor, Saltwater Markets, the Boil & Brew will boast fresh Carolina shrimp caught from the coastal waters near Beaufort, Fripp Island and Hunting Island. White shrimp caught in the fall are the most seasonally preferred shrimp for Lowcountry boils. Enhance the meal with delicious craft beer pairings.

The Colonel’s Club, a men’s philanthropic and social group that aims to support and promote the Anne Springs Close Greenway through a variety of engaging social, philanthropic and volunteer activities, hosts the event annually with proceeds historically benefit the Greenway Summer Camps program. This year, the club has pledged the funds raised toward a new Mountain Bike Skills Park aimed at giving campers, youth, and biking novices of all ages a place to practice their skills before hitting the trails.

“The Colonel’s Club is proud to use this as a launching point to fundraise for a new recreational amenity to the Greenway,” said Shea Maple, Senior Advancement Manager for the Anne Springs Close Greenway. “The Skills Park will enhance membership and provide another opportunity to engage youth in outdoor recreation activities. Events like the Boil & Brew help to make improvements like this possible, and we know it will be well received by our summer camp community and membership at large.”

Event sponsors include Cygnus Asset Management, Epps Orthodontics, Bowman & Associates, Boykin Property Group, Napa at Kingsley, The Pump House, Snap Fitness Fort Mill, Retina Institute of the Carolinas, PuckerButt Pepper Co., New South Family Medicine, Saltwater Markets and Robert Palmer & Associates. Guests are encouraged to bring blankets and chairs for lawn style seating. No tents, portable heaters, glass or outside alcohol allowed. Well-behaved dogs on leash are welcome to attend. Visit the website or call 803.547.4575 for more details.