The New Belgium Clips Beer and Film Tour (formerly known as Clips of Faith) is coming to town again for an outdoor evening of brews, bikes, and short films in Marion Square on Sept. 26. The touring festival, which is based out of New Belgium Brewery’s home of Fort Collins, Colo., has visited the Holy City each year since its inception in 2010 and raises money for Charleston Moves. 

This year’s films cover everything from dice rolling to homebrewing to how to be the hippest of the hipsters. You can bring food (although Roti Rolls, Hello My Name is BBQ, and Low Country Creole will all be selling munchies), blankets, chairs, and your kids to this family-friendly event. Admission is free, but you’ll probably want cash for the New Belgium tent, which will offer 3 ounce pours for $1.25 and 12 ouncers for $5. Extra props if you ride your bike or walk to the show, which starts at 7 p.m.

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