Wheat ale, 5.2%
If you’re afraid of fruity beers because they’re too sweet or overly fragrant, don’t worry, because LO-Fi’s blueberry wheat beer is nothing like that. The blueberry flavor is really subtle and harmonizes well with the malted wheat base, so there’s no sweetness or artificial taste to it like you might find in other mass-produced fruit beers. It's perfect for picnicking in your backyard (only because we can’t drink on Folly Beach anymore).
Berliner Weisse, 4%
The most breathtaking of all the breweries in Charleston, Westbrook’s multi-million dollar facility produces a number of pretty great beers. The Lemon Coconut Weisse Weisse Baby (which is a winner on the name alone) is a lot sweeter than most Berliner Weisses, having strong notes of vanilla and lemon with just a hint of coconut. Drink enough and you'll probably end up like it's label (which shows a lemon wearing a pair of sunglasses): bright, chill, and ready for the warm water. But just not a lemon.