Edmund’s Oast | A Brew Pub

Recent Press

Bravo,

Living in Charleston for Top Chef turned me into a full blown beer geek, thanks in part to the the guys at Edmund's Oast. The innovative craft brewery and restaurant makes and serves a mind-blowing …

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Zagat 30 Under 30,

Originally in Oxford, MS to attend Ole Miss, McConnell soon found himself enjoying the restaurant life much more than the college one

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Liquor.com,

At this point of the summer, all thoughts are turning to the water. Fly fishermen are heading to the rivers, boaters are creating waves with their speedboats or seeking a little breeze to move sailboats …

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First We Feast,

The Best Beer Lists in America To stand out in today's beer landscape, quantity of taps will no longer cut it. You need vision, focus, and curation. Here are 15 bars who make the cut.

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South Carolina Homes,

Edmund's Oast is a company as unique as its name. Stemming from an English-born brewer, Edmund Egan, who transitioned to the Charleston area in the 1760s, the distinctive eatery is classified as a Brew Pub- …

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The Insider,

25 photos that show why Charleston was just named the best city in the world

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Southern Foodways Alliance Gravy,

I was born in Utah. my mother is from Idaho. My father is from Washington. As a child, I spent many summer days splashing in the chilly Conant Creek outside of Ashton, Idaho. On cool …

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Coastal Living,

The Best Coastal Cocktail Bars There are great beach bars, and then there are great bars near the beach, where the cocktails are crafted, the bitters house-made, and the sensibility just a bit sophisticated. Here …

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Fodor's,

Twenty years ago, five fine-dining restaurants constituted Charleston’s foodie scene, with not much else going on in its culinary world. But all that has changed. Charleston has exploded as an enticing food destination, with innovative …

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Post & Courier,

Just like the national presidential race, Edmund’s Oast’s upcoming pro-Champagne campaign remains contested. “We might do a variety of things,” dining room manager Brandon Underwood says of the promotion tentatively titled “Vote Champagne.” “We might …

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Food + Wine,

Craft breweries across the US are offering something new: superior food and beer pairings as ambitious as anything you'd find at a wine bar. Here's what to eat and drink at four great places.

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PASTE,

Sure, you’ve had an oyster stout, but what about a wild rice lager? In and around the Lowcountry near Charleston, South Carolina, brewers are creating a variety of seasonal and standard beers using local food, …

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Town & Country,

17 Gin Cocktails That Aren't a Gin and Tonic Because there's more you can do with a bottle of gin.

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FED Guides,

Bartenders are getting more and more creative with the cocktails they are serving these days and I'm always curious to see what my favorite women or men behind the bar have come up with next. …

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The Local Palate,

Sherry is a fortified wine like Madeira and Port that is produced in Spain primarily from a white grape, the Palomino. It can be dry as with the Fino and Manzanilla styles or sweet like …

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Architectural Digest,

Perched at the confluence of two rivers and the Atlantic Ocean, Charleston has been a vital port city since its founding in 1670. For years, traders from the West Indies and England alike landed on …

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PASTE,

In Charleston, South Carolina, a town more and more lauded for its schizophrenically glorious approach to all things culinary, Edmund’s Oast stands above the fray. If you’re like me and think way too critically, way …

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Playboy,

Drinking is easy. Finding the right bar, not so easy. We’re here to help. As a public service to all of you thirsty explorers, every week we highlight the best bars in America and tell …

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The Local Palate,

Pastry Chef Emily Cookson has been responsible for creating some of the most delicious desserts in Charleston. She worked as the pastry chef at the highly acclaimed Charleston Grill for years before moving to Butcher …

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MSN,

Named for an 18th-century brewer, this North Morrison gastropub’s robust brunch includes Buttermilk Griddle Cakes; Mortadella, Egg & Cheese; charcuterie boards; and mimosas mixed with beer (dozens on tap) or Grand Marnier. Don’t depart without …

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Imbibe,

When launching the design plans for Charleston brewpub Edmund’s Oast, owner Scott Shor says, “there wasn’t really any intention to shy away from the look of classic beer halls, nor directly seek the spirit of …

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USA Today 10 Best,

Whether you're visiting Charleston, South Carolina as a regular or for the first time, you'll find that Charleston is worth getting to know at night just as it is during its sunnier hours. The Holy …

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CraftBeer.Com,

With more than 4,100 small and independent craft breweries operating in the country, there are more options than ever to enjoy great beer. Bars specializing in craft beer have become a common site in American …

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Open Table,

Porridge is getting a makeover. It’s gone from something dreary and reminiscent of Oliver Twist to a dreamy and savory comfort food. While humble dishes like grits, polenta, and congee have been around for a …

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Food Republic,

Walking the streets of Charleston is like stepping into an architectural enigma. The city feels brightly Colonial yet also evokes the Gothic moodiness of Savannah and New Orleans. Brick and gray intermingle with homes in …

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City Paper,

By 2017, Charleston Beer Exchange will have a new name and a new home. That's the word from owner Scott Shor. According to a press release, Shor and his Edmund's Oast partners have decided to …

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Post & Courier,

Even today, in the deepest, darkest part of winter, there are people comfortably strolling historic city blocks lined with palm trees in Jerez de la Frontera, Spain. That same scene is familiar in Charleston, of …

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Fortune magazine,

One of the happy byproducts of the continuing explosion of craft breweries opening up around the country is the constant stream of new flavors and fusions of beer. While most new breweries will have an …

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Thrillist,

For somewhere with such an amazing food scene, it’s strange how ludicrously difficult it can be to answer the question, “Where should we go to eat tonight?”. Perhaps if someone were to put together a …

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Virtuoso,

Charleston chefs elevated shrimp and grits and heritage hams to national acclaim. Now a second wave of restaurants is expanding Lowcountry dining with exciting and beautiful results. Pull up a chair on the front porch …

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Thrillist,

Before you start critiquing this list, know this: yes, there are more than 19 outstanding restaurants in Charleston. In fact, this town’s food scene is pretty much an embarrassment of riches. But all of the …

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City Paper,

A steady flow of new breweries into Charleston over the past few years has not only added new social hot spots to town, it's also endowed local beer geeks with a variety of new and …

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Travel + Leisure,

You already know about bourbon. But a cavalcade of micro-distillers throughout the region has begun turning out everything from vodka to rum to modern-day moonshine. This is what you should be sipping.

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Imbibe magazine,

Bold, roasty, smoky, malty—just a few of the ways people often describe the flavors of fall beers. Wondering what you should be drinking as we transition to cooler weather? We asked a handful of beer …

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Zagat,

That road-trip itch is a persistent one, but one of the best ways for Atlantans to scratch it during the summer is with a trip to Charleston, S.C. Located in the coastal Lowcountry region and …

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Conde Nast Traveler,

Years of eating and traveling around the South has revealed a pattern in our dining habits. We tend to balance out a visit to a sleek newcomer everyone’s raving about with a trip to an …

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The Local Palate,

Whenever whiskey is involved in learning, it doesn’t seem too hard to get people to sign up for a class. And when the teacher is master mixologist Jayce McConnell at Charleston’s Edmund’s Oast, a festive …

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Buzzfeed,

12 Delicious Eats To Try This Summer In Charleston, South Carolina Welcome to the culinary capital of the low-country.

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Camels & Chocolates,

This post has taken me a bit of time to compile, mainly because how does one encapsulate the best dining in all of Charleston in a single highlights reel? It’s merely impossible. Instead, I’m going …

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Food52,

Before visiting any new city, town, or hamlet, I have to research it online to find the best possible places to eat and drink. My attitude is that if I'm only going to have a …

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OpenTable,

Walk into Edmund’s Oast, a contemporary brew pub in Charleston, South Carolina, and your eye is drawn immediately to the centerpiece of the dining room: a long wall of consecutive taps, with columns of black-and-white …

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Maxim.com,

Imagine if New Orleans took a bath, drank less, and didn’t try to kill you, and you’ve got Charleston, South Carolina. The food is superb, the weather is sultry, the women are beautiful, and the …

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Gather's Guide to Charleston,

Gather is, among other things, an homage to our many muses. Some are those we have had the pleasure to learn from personally (our mothers, grandmothers, sisters, mentors). And others have opened our eyes to …

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The Local Palate,

Sipping on a tequila cocktail is perhaps the most provocative way to cool off on a sweltering Southern day, but it’s a must on National Tequila Day. To help you celebrate in style, we turned …

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Charlie,

I think there’s one thing we can all agree on: Whether you’ve been sitting inside at a desk all day or hanging out in the sun, there’s nothing better than a well-made, cold summer cocktail. …

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Vacation Ideas.com,

Find the perfect spot for your romantic lunch or dinner date, with choices that include casual cafes, elegant bistros and historic restaurants. Whether you are craving burgers, pizza, seafood or soul food, our list includes …

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Post & Courier,

When plans for Edmund’s Oast were first announced, everyone assumed the big deal would be beer, since owners Rich Carley and Scott Shor were responsible for the Charleston Beer Exchange. And while the beer program …

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The Daily Meal,

This clubby brew pub, the preserve of craft-beer advocates Rich Carley and Scott Shor, is named for Edmund Egan, an English brewer who started making beer in Charleston in the mid-eighteenth century (an oast is …

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Charleston City Paper,

Let's be clear: Edmund's Oast is not starving for attention. The Morrison Drive hot spot is just over a year old, and their praises have already been sung from sea to shining sea. From Imbibe …

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Thrillist,

Technically speaking, all drinking patios are great, because they're patios, and you can drink on them. So we set out to round up patios that went above and beyond being excellent places to tilt back …

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New York magazine,

Chow Down in Charleston With a slew of innovative chefs and stylish inns for both sleeping and noshing, the graceful South Carolina city is a bona fide dining destination.

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Charlie magazine,

Scott Shor is both an owner and manager and says that it was “absolutely critical” that there be abundant parking when choosing the location of Edmund’s Oast. This consciously weighed out the foot traffic they …

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Rich With Life,

A new find in Charleston! Thanks to Tiffany, a reader who commented on my Gluten Free in Charleston post, I was introduced to this fabulous spot. Oddly enough, a friend of mine is friends with …

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The Daily Meal,

Charleston is a social city. Rare is there a night where the bars are not filled with imbibers who are buckled up to the bar, ready to enjoy a nice evening filled with some tasty …

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Departures,

The dining scene in this southern charmer has reinvented itself with a slew of new options for cocktail hour and beyond. Here, 14 places to eat and drink in Charleston.

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Movoto.com,

Few things are better than getting your buzz on while you snack and Edmund’s Oast is the perfect place to do it in Charleston. With an awesome selection of wines and craft beers, you’ll have …

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Eater Drinks,

In many ways, Thai cuisine is based on meshing spicy, sweet, sour and salty into every dish. And those big, bold flavors transfer excellently into big, bold cocktails. Across the nation, dozens of restaurants and …

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Coastal Living,

Greetings from Charleston, South Carolina! I’m here at Charleston Insiders’ Weekend, enjoying this glorious coastal city with hundreds of guests at events all weekend. At tonight’s Coastal Living dinner at Charleston Grill, I shared my …

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Eater Charleston,

Everyone has a favorite go-to burger, but with all the new restaurants opening in Charleston, there's bound to be a contender for an updated favorite. A few of these beefy creations are piled with toppings, …

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Conde Nast Traveler,

It's been nearly five years since chef Sean Brock opened Husk (pictured)—his white-hot love letter to Lowcountry food—but when it comes to dining in the South, Charleston is still the city on everyone's lips. Brock …

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Cool Material,

Its unique name comes from Edmund Egan, an English-born brewer who took up shop in Charleston in the 1760s, and an “oast,” a kiln used to dry hops. Edmund’s Oast honors the so-called “rebel brewer.” …

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The Washington Post,

You’d best be hungry when dining with Matt Lee, co-author with his brother, Ted, of “The Lee Bros. Charleston Kitchen” and other valentines to the South. In his company, you’re tempted to order everything on …

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Knoxville Foodie,

With the warming weather of Spring upon us, we got the itch to do a little traveling. After tossing around a few ideas, we decided to keep to a couple familiar places that are close …

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Restaurant Business,

When Scott Shor opened Edmund’s Oast, the farmhouse-style gastropub inspired by hop-drying houses of the 1600s, in Charleston, S.C., last year, he’d planned to eventually add a covered outdoor area. In January, he made good, …

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The Tasting Table,

TT Drinks Editor Jim Meehan profiled five Southern cities (Richmond, Charleston, Atlanta, Louisville and NOLA) that are giving cocktails the attention they deserve—and asked five experts to pick the spots where you should be drinking …

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Thrillist,

WE'VE REACHED A WONDERFUL POINT in civilization where even our dingiest dive bars have at least one craft beer available. But even as great beer becomes more and more the norm, a great beer bar …

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Afar,

In case you weren’t following us on in Instagram this past weekend, we had a wildly good time digging into Charleston, South Carolina for our latest AFAR Experience—a series of events with real-live locals, ranging …

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Coastal Living,

The Red Wedding at Edmund's Oast brew pub in Charleston, South Carolina, dresses up the Southern pairing of bourbon and sweet tea with Elijah Craig bourbon and hibiscus-and-tea ice cubes.

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The Local Palate,

Spring is coming, but for a lot of us, it’s coming in fits and starts. Spring one day, winter the next, which can make it feel colder. For that, Jayce McConnell of Charleston’s Edmund’s Oast …

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Imbibe,

Charleston is a serious food/drink destination, and every time we visit, we’re amazed by how many new, great spots there are for eating and drinking. Every March, the city hosts one of our favorite events, …

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Garden & Gun,

Five Things We Learned at the 2015 Charleston Wine + Food Festival: If you like hot sauce in your Bloody Mary, you’re going to love the Old Pepper. Bartender Alba Huerta, of Julep in Houston, …

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Back Down South,

On the first weekend of February, Mark and I headed to Charleston for a quick winter getaway. We arrived before dinner on Friday night and left early Sunday morning, making it our quickest trip there …

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Southern Living,

The Pickled Shrimp at this reimagined beer hall (the room is more minimalist Scandinavian farmhouse than Irish pub) is the perfect complement to the menu's many craft beers. The shrimp are gently poached, then pickled …

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Eater Charleston,

After their first year, NoMo landmark Edmund's Oast continues to grow — in size and in acclaim. Chef Andy Henderson is widely-known for his pickled shrimp and thoughtful cuisine, head bartender Jayce McConnell's cocktails have …

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Charleston City Paper,

Clocking in at 3,400 square feet of post and beam construction and connected with hand hewn mortise and tenon joinery, and wood pegs, the bower — which is a fancy name for roofed shelter— at …

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Draft magazine,

For most of its storied past, Charleston, S.C., was better known for sweet tea than beer. With just one small brewery in town and velvet rope laws that made brewing, distributing or even buying certain …

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Bon Appetit,

What comes after the brewpub? Stylish beer-nerd nirvanas featuring specialized glassware (no pint glasses!), sleek taps made of wood or chrome, and destination-worthy food. If Tørst in Brooklyn, Edmund’s Oast in Charleston, and Dusek’s in …

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Saltwater Chef,

Chef Andy Henderson and Pastry Chef Julia Ingram are engaged. And they work together. And together at Charleston hot spot Edmund’s Oast on the Upper Peninsula, along with a super star cast of managers and …

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Charleston City Paper,

Edmund's Oast opens, steals Charlestonians' hearts When Charleston Beer Exchange owners Rich Carley and Scott Shor announced plans last year to start their own restaurant, the pre-opening excitement reached One Direction concert levels. That is …

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Zagat,

This historic port city has long been known for stellar seafood, but it's also home to a wave of new chefs going beyond the shrimp and grits.

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The Local Palate,

I have never had visions of sugarplums dancing in my head. My virtual chorus line is a biscuit holding hands with a tortilla chip and a French fry. If Santa really listened to me, he’d …

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The Daily Meal,

Charleston, South Carolina is an undeniably great food town. It’s the home base of classic southern Lowcountry cuisine, with its abundance of seafood and stews, and has also become the base of operations for some …

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Eater National,

The poultry specialty at Edmund's Oast wades even more deeply into comfort food realms. Lemony chicken rice porridge is ideal for Charleston's cooler months. Made with fragrant, locally grown Carolina Gold rice and topped with …

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The Post & Courier,

Charlestonians may be planning to go elsewhere for the holidays, but if the frantic missives showing up in my inbox are any indication, plenty of people are planning to spend Christmas vacation here – and …

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Thrillist,

There is nothing quite like that new restaurant smell, and, in 2014, olfactory systems across the country were going crazy breathing in the smells emanating from secret burgers in Boston and borsch with short ribs …

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Better Homes & Gardens,

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Charleston magazine,

If you thought that craft beer was fussy, bitter, overwrought, and only the purview of snobbish, bearded hipsters, then you haven’t been to Edmund’s Oast. Forty-something taps await—some pours hailing from all over the world …

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Charleston magazine,

Edmund’s Oast has been open for less than one year, but it already seems to be a “must” for locals and visitors alike. Certainly, this is due to many magical elements coming together in one …

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Charleston City Paper,

We're T-minus four days away from mandated gluttony. Now, we've given you every Thanksgiving lifesaver to escape the kitchen and fast-forward to the eating: reservation tips, to-go options, but if you're an ornery punk hellbent …

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Thrillist,

It’s that time again, friends. The time of year when we take a look back at all the brilliant bars that have opened across this fine country of ours, so we can celebrate them in …

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Post & Courier,

If you want to start a feud at some families' Thanksgiving dinner tables, ask the cornbread question: sweet or not? Passions on the subject run high, but for Andy Henderson, executive chef of Edmund's Oast, …

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Eater Charleston,

is time now — drumroll, trumpets, gongs — to announce the winners of the 2014 Eater Awards. In over a dozen categories in 24 cities, the winners comprise a diverse group of the finest and …

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The Local Palate,

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Eater National,

At the restaurant/pub Edmund's Oast, 2013 Eater Young Gun and head bartender Jayce McConnell is serving a playful menu of cocktails like the popular Red Wedding: Elijah Craig 12 Year, Amaro Averna, orange peel, and …

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Atlanta magazine,

New restaurants are opening in Charleston like mad. I’ve never seen a town flowing with such enthusiasm for food. The amazing thing is that the older restaurants are more than holding their own. Also, we …

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Wine Enthusiast,

Your gourmet guide to this capital of modern Southern comfort food.

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Hip Green Scene,

You’ve heard Charleston is genteel and mannerly, yes…perhaps. But it is also loaded with plenty of raucous fun. Whether you’re headed down South for the amazing Spoleto Festival or just a weekend stroll among the …

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Food & Wine magazine,

The People’s Best New Bars award, presented by Roca Patrón, is Food & Wine’s first-ever poll to rank the most incredible drink destinations in the country. We want to know what you think are the …

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The Daily Meal,

As a local, one of the most frequently asked questions I get is where and what to eat while visiting Charleston. It is hard to pinpoint just one iconic local bite, so we’ve created a …

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Serious Eats,

These days, you can't open a magazine without an article heralding Charleston as a must-see culinary destination. Between the perennial appeal of Lowcountry staples like benne wafers, shrimp and grits, and oyster roasts and the …

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Travel Freak,

Are you ready for 7 days of delicious comfort food and your toes in the sand? We are headed to Charleston, South Carolina for some easy living, but more importantly easy eating and drinking. Charleston …

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Garden & Gun,

We love talking to folks who recently moved to Charleston, most likely because we remember—viscerally—being newcomers ourselves to the Holy City. In August 1979, our parents moved from bleak, post–Son of Sam Manhattan into a …

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Plate magazine,

Plate recognizes these innovative chefs from around the country who are garnering the attention and respect from their colleagues for taking food further in their own kitchens. Their creativity and talent prove they are truly …

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Go magazine,

Not long ago, the craft-beer scene in the Southeast was about as flat as a four-day-old open bottle of pale ale. But, oh, how things have changed, particularly in the Carolinas. Thanks to our region’s …

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Eater National,

It's Labor Day weekend, which means it's time to break out the grill and make some burgers — or go to a restaurant that will happily do the hamburger grilling for you. To help inspire …

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Eater Charleston,

The BB&T Charleston Wine + Food Festival launched their new website and list of events for the upcoming 2015 season. Tickets are snapped up in a matter of moments, and those wanting first dibs will …

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Post and Courier,

An all-American-inspired cocktail at Edmund's Oast featuring Laird's Applejack, peach-infused bourbon, Art in the Age Snap Liqueur, Cherry Bark-Vanilla bitters from Bittercube, demerara syrup and lemon juice. The flavors are bright and full-bodied, making it …

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Time,

I like to think of Edmund’s Oast as a stylish gastropub with righteous charcuterie. But that almost undersells it. The craft beer program is unparalleled in South Carolina, with some 40-odd beers on tap, including …

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Charleston City Paper,

Every year Bon Appetit publishes a list of the 50 Best New Restaurants in America. Using a rubric weighing every dining detail from "design, lighting, and music to the service, experience, and, of course, the …

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Post & Courier,

To illustrate why Edmund's Oast earned a spot on its list of 50 nominees for its "America's Best New Restaurants 2014" list, Bon Appetit wisely chose a picture of the restaurant's pickled shrimp on rye. …

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Bon Appetit,

Forget what you know about Charleston restaurants. At this modern temple to craft beer, there's not a gas lamp in sight. The space, big and sun-drenched, isn't even downtown. Grab a beer and start with …

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Southern Living,

What To Order: Carolina Gold Rice Heritage Chicken Porridge. I like to think of Edmund’s Oast as a stylish gastropub with righteous charcuterie. But that almost undersells it. The craft beer program is unparalleled in …

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Paste magazine,

On a recent visit to a swanky bar in Charleston, S.C., I ordered an $11 cocktail made from mezcal, summer berries, and jalapenos. The bartender grabbed a glass, turned around, and poured my drink from …

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Go magazine,

Not long ago, the craft-beer scene in the Southeast was about as flat as a four-day-old open bottle of pale ale. But, oh, how things have changed, particularly in the Carolinas. Thanks to our region’s …

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Bartender magazine,

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Where Charleston,

It’s that sunny time of year when restaurant seating options expand beyond the dining room and onto roofs, decks and patios. Pick a spot with a great view and, even if your dining companion fails …

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Eater.com,

Edmund's Oast is not short on uniqueness, but this being The Five Days of Meat, eyes and minds are naturally drawn to the giant, glass-faced meat case hanging above the pass. The diner's view towards …

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Decatur Wine & Food Dude,

This past weekend we made another road trip to Charleston, SC, which is quickly becoming one of my favorites places to visit. We did a good bit of eating and drinking, by noon Sunday I …

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Craft Beer,

Summer can be devilishly hot, sending millions of Americans each year to the water. Luckily, the craft beer scene is sizzling in beach towns across the U.S. Gone are the days of stuffing the SUV …

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Charleston magazine,

One needn’t love beer to fall for Edmund’s Oast. It certainly helps, but to call it a mere brewpub, as the sign outside suggests, is an underestimation. It’d be more fitting to call it the …

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The Permanent Tourist,

An Unlikely Match? To the uninitiated, or to those (like me and maybe you) who have spent a lifetime learning about and enjoying pairing wine with cheese, the concept of pairing beer and cheese may …

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The Manual,

Charleston is well known for its’‘moonlight and magnolias’past, but today the little town is jostling with bigger cities because of its’ young and vibrant scene. Take it from me, a part time resident, ditch all …

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Travel + Leisure,

Stephen Colbert's Favorite Things to Do in Charleston Edmund’s Oast: The brewery is laser-focused on its farm-to-fork menu, with tobacco-and-peach-tree-smoked charcuterie and pickled shrimp on grilled rye bread. $$$

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Zaget,

11 Hottest Restaurants in Charleston That road-trip itch is a persistent one, but one of the best ways for Atlantans to scratch it during the summer is with a trip to Charleston, S.C. Located in …

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Draft magazine,

The meat greeting is a good sign. In a window over the kitchen where every eye can see it, all manner of sausages and animal legs dangle as a testament to what this place is: …

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Eater.com,

11 Hottest Restaurants in Charleston That road-trip itch is a persistent one, but one of the best ways for Atlantans to scratch it during the summer is with a trip to Charleston, S.C. Located in …

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Draft magazine,

The meat greeting is a good sign. In a window over the kitchen where every eye can see it, all manner of sausages and animal legs dangle as a testament to what this place is: …

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Eater.com,

Popular newcomer Edmund's Oast opened just three months ago, and they're already looking to expand. Guests strolling past the current courtyard may spot the plans for the major extension, dubbed The Bower.

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The Charlotte Observer,

When you’ve got 48 taps of the kind of stuff that Edmund’s Oast does, you want to be sure people see them. So Scott Shor and Rich Carley, owners of the most recent noteworthy spot …

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The Local Palate,

Whenever whiskey is involved in learning, it doesn’t seem too hard to get people to sign up for a class. And when the teacher is master mixologist Jayce McConnell at Charleston, SC’s Edmund’s Oast, a …

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Charleston City Paper,

Back in September I found myself standing inside the empty frame of a building, listening as Scott Shor and Rich Carley enumerated their plans for their new restaurant, Edmund's Oast. With no walls, no floor, …

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The Post and Courier,

The wealthy bewigged men who backed the American Revolution died off before they could see all of their dreams for democracy realized. More prosaically, though, they never had a chance to see the 20th-century optical …

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Tasting Table,

Andy Henderson is standing in the meat locker, smiling. "I like to come in here at night and just take deep breaths and relax," says the chef, surrounded by the nose-tickling funk of smoked sausages …

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Charleston City Paper,

We’re still reeling from Saturday night’s Beer, Wine + Cocktail Dinner at Edmund’s Oast. And it’s not just because of the 12 (yes, 12!) beverages that were served during the six-course extravaganza. Each dish was …

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Moultrie News,

Charleston's newest addition to the restaurant scene, Edmund's Oast (1081 Morrison Dr.), will host a quarterly Beer School beginning in early March. Brandon Plyler, manager at the Charleston Beer Exchange and a certified Cicerone, will …

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Garden & Gun,

Edmund’s Oast could have been a very good beer garden. Owners Rich Carley and Scott Shor are the knowledgeable duo behind Charleston, South Carolina’s beloved Charleston Beer Exchange, and early reports suggested that their new …

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Post & Courier,

Charleston's beer scene came of age last Friday with the opening of Edmund's Oast, the city's first serious restaurant with an on-site brewery. The brainchild of Scott Shor and Rich Carley of downtown's Beer Exchange, …

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Art Mag,

A quick glance at the wall housing the beer board at Edmund’s Oast‘s pre-opening party gave attendees an idea that it must have something to do with brewing. In fact, an oast is a kiln …

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Charlie,

You don’t have to be psychic to know where certain friends will be quaffing sour beer next week. Or how the’ll be salivating over charcuterie while sipping fashionable cocktails made by a mustachioed bartender. When …

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Press Releases

January 2, 2017: Timmons Pettigrew Joins Edmund's Oast as Director of Operations
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September 29, 2016: The Charleston Beer Exchange Announces Moving Sale and Final Days Open at Current Location
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October 11, 2016: James Beard-Winning Author Brad Thomas Parsons Visits Charleston on October 20
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August 10, 2016: Edmund’s Oast Hosts a Champagne School as Part of The “Vote Champagne” Campaign
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August 4, 2016: Edmund’s Oast Hosts North Carolina Based Brewery—Fonta Flora—for Special One Night Beer Menu in The Bower on August 9 starting at 5:30PM
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July 6, 2016: Edmund’s Oast and Lowcountry Libations Home Brew Club Collaborate to Organize Inaugural Beer Competition
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May 31, 2016: Edmund’s Oast Launches “Vote Champagne” to Promote and Encourage Consumption of the Sparkling Wine
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May 16, 2016: Edmund’s Oast Hosts National Book Launch Event for Food & Beer
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May 12, 2016: Edmund’s Oast Offers Summer Entertaining Class as Part of Le Creuset’s Guest Chef Series on May 25
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April 27, 2016: Edmund’s Oast and McCarus Beverage Company Hosts A Special Five Course Italian American Wine Dinner on Wednesday, May 4
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March 30, 2016: Edmund’s Oast Hosts Launch Party for Local Author Robert Moss’ Newest Book—Southern Spirits: Four Hundred Years of Drinking in the American South
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March 16, 2016: Edmund’s Oast Brewpub Partners with 167 Raw to Host a Special Pop-Up with Maine Beer Company on Thursday, March 24
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March 16, 2016: Edmund’s Oast Hosts Wine Maker John Lockwood of Enfield Wine Co. for A Special Five Course Dinner on Monday, March 28
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February 9, 2016: Kimball House Takes Over The Bower
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January 23, 2016: Edmund’s Oast Now Offers Special Nightly Tasting Menu at Chef’s Counter
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January 11, 2016: Edmund’s Oast Welcomes BBQ Pitmaster John Lewis for a Special One Night Collaboration Dinner
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December 7, 2015: Edmund’s Oast Hosts A Five Course Sherry Dinner on Tuesday, December 15
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October 27, 2015: Edmund's Oast Announces Production Brewery Name and Location
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October 17, 2015: Edmund’s Oast Hosts South Carolina Official Launch Party for Michigan Based Dark Horse Brewing Co.
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August 24, 2015: Memphis Chefs Andy Ticer and Michael Hudman Come Cook for a Special Night
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August 18, 2015: “Origins and Oddities”—a Night Featuring Rare and Limited Westbrook Brewing Co. Beers
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June 3, 2015: Edmund’s Oast Opening a Freestanding Brewery and Taproom in Downtown Charleston
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June 23, 2015: Edmund’s Oast Hosts Launch Party for Louisville Based Against The Grain Brewery’s New Line of Tallboy Cans on Sunday, June 28 Starting at 3:00PM
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May 31, 2015: Edmund’s Oast Hosts a Mexican Cake Fiesta Featuring 10 Variants of Westbrook Brewing Co.’s Popular Brew
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February 14, 2014: Edmund's Oast Officially Opens
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4/24/13: Owners of Popular Beer Exchange Businesses to Open New Restaurant Concept--Edmund’s Oast--in Up-and-Coming Area Winter 2014
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