Tonight’s selection is another from South Carolina. Let’s see how it was.
Trivia: According to the brewery website, “Located in the Pacific Box & Crate development at 1505 King Street, Edmund’s Oast Brewing Co. is less than a mile from Edmund’s Oast restaurant and Edmund’s Oast Exchange. The 20,000 square foot brewery produces a variety of beers packaged in cans, bottles, and kegs for wide-reaching wholesale. The brewery sports over a dozen EOBC beers on tap and regularly cans a number of offerings. Brewing Director Cameron Read produces an array of beers for both immediate consumption and barrel-aging. The facility includes an area dedicated to extended non-sour or wild barrel-aging, and a sealed area for sour and wild fermentation. EOBC beers are available at the Edmund’s Oast restaurant, as well as other restaurants and bars in Charleston and beyond. Edmund’s Oast veteran chefs Geoff Marquardt and Johnny Singleton oversee the kitchen, which features a wood-fired brick oven and a Polish smokehouse. The food is casual and approachable—with selections including pizza, sandwiches, and entrees. The Taproom’s interior sports a 65-foot bar featuring 26 taps of house-brewed beers, wines, and cocktails. There is patio seating overlooking the courtyard and neighboring businesses. The venue is available to rent for special events. The taproom management team, led by Devin Marquardt and Jen Eppich, offers a variety of programming for guests to enjoy including weekly trivia, live music, sports, family friendly events, charitable fundraisers, pop-ups and more.”
Random: The brewery space was awesome. It had board games, pinball, food, high ceilings and good service.
The beer poured with a half a finger of pure white head that was thick. It dissipated at a moderate pace and left some lacing on the glass. The body was very hazy and bright yellow in color. There was no carbonation visible due to how cloudy the beer was. The nose started with notes of flowers, specifically rosebuds and rose water. There was some wheat as well. The taste started with light orange flesh along with wheat and quickly went into rosebuds. The body was on the lighter side with moderate carbonation. The finish was quick with flowers and wheat. This was a decent beer with some nice flavor that I would have again.
Untappd Rating: 3.5/5.0