A custom Flying Saucer flight includes, from left, Moonlight Meadery’s “How Bout Them Apples,” Monk’s Cafe Flemish Sour Ale, New South’s Cooper River Red, Dragons Milk Bourbon Barrel Aged Imperial Milk Stout and The Palmetto Ghost Rider made with ghost peppers.
A custom Flying Saucer flight includes, from left, Moonlight Meadery’s “How Bout Them Apples,” Monk’s Cafe Flemish Sour Ale, New South’s Cooper River Red, Dragons Milk Bourbon Barrel Aged Imperial Milk Stout and The Palmetto Ghost Rider made with ghost peppers. Dwaun Sellers dsellers@thestate.com
A custom Flying Saucer flight includes, from left, Moonlight Meadery’s “How Bout Them Apples,” Monk’s Cafe Flemish Sour Ale, New South’s Cooper River Red, Dragons Milk Bourbon Barrel Aged Imperial Milk Stout and The Palmetto Ghost Rider made with ghost peppers. Dwaun Sellers dsellers@thestate.com

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