Lo-Fi Brewing has been on taps around town for over a year, but has kept things low key at their North Charleston brewery until today. Lo-Fi says on Facebook that they will “slip open” to the public this afternoon at 4 p.m.

Situated next to Jennings Towing at 2038 Meeting Street Rd., Lo-Fi has no sign or signifying markings on the exterior, besides a few kegs and pallets that have been seen outside. So, just head up Meeting Street Road until you see the tow lot (you might be familiar with it…) and hang a right on Tuxbury. Lo-Fi will be on your right.

Lo-Fi launched in 2016 at its North Charleston brewery, the creation of Jason Caughman who also co-founded Pisgah Brewing in Asheville back in the day.

Caughman told Art Mag this month that Lo-Fi’s Mexican Lager is his flagship brew, and we can attest that it’s a light, easy drinking beer, good for warm weather drinking. We’ve also seen their IPA, Blueberry Wheat, and Glitter Pony Belgian tripel on tap around town these days. Go have yourself a taste.