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Sugar Tit Moonshine will be one vendor in The Tasting Garden. (Photo/Provided)Greer Relief is celebrating all things fermented and funky from pickles to beer, kombucha to kimchi in a new culinary festival on April 24 dubbed Zymurgy.

The event, held from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. at The Green @ Century 3 in downtown Greer, will benefit the nonprofit’s hunger and homeless relief initiatives with tickets for Zymurgy’s tasting garden ranging from $25 in advance or $40 at the door.

The Tasting Garden will feature vendors Sugar Tit Moonshine, Thomas Creek Brewery, Sierra Nevada Brewing Company, Biltmore Estate Winery and Childress Vineyards, according to a news release, as Horns BBQ and Abbott’s Frozen Custard christens Trade Street’s Cartwright Food Court and food trucks line the street.

“We are excited to introduce the community to Zymurgy,” Greer Relief Executive Director Carolina Robertson said in the release. “We have been building this event for several years with Relief on the Rocks in 2018 and Relief on Tap in 2019. Vendors and attendees are excited to see their favorite fermented beverages and an added tasting market. We're thankful for the opportunity to hold our first event of 2021 and are happy we can gather safely outdoors.”

Live music and socially distanced outdoor games will also be available for guests.

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