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Beer Available At Edmundís Oast (arranged by most recent)
Omnipollo Fatamorgana Oat/Wheat IIPA 98, Against the Grain / Amager Fistful of Kroners 72, Saint Somewhere Anne 77, Edmundís Oast Nameless City - Bourbon Barrel , Edmundís Oast Olde Ale , Edmundís Oast Viridi Rex , Edmundís Oast Peanut Butter & Jelly , Edmundís Oast Dagger & Doll , Edmundís Oast Voodoo Child , Westbrook 4th Anniversary Chocolate Coconut Almond Imperial Stout 98, Dieu du Ciel Solstice dí…tť aux Framboises 99, Revelry Funkmaster Brett IPA , Revelry Welcome, This Is A Farmhouse , Off Color / Amager Dinoísmores 99, BFM Abbaye de Saint Bon-Chien (2013) 99, Dieu du Ciel Disco Soleil 97, 8 Wired HopWired IPA 99, De Proef Flemish Primitive 93, Struise Weltmerz 93, Founders Backstage Series #10: Dissenter Imperial IPL 98
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rbrazell (38) Florida | July 15, 2014
98 AMBIANCE 5/5 SERVICE 10/10 SELECTION 15/15 FOOD 10/10 VALUE 8/10 OVERALL 19/20
Incredible selection of beer, ever changing menu and knowledgable service. Great lively atmosphere, definitely a must stop while in Charleston.
LilBeerDoctor (345) Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania | April 10, 2014
94 AMBIANCE 5/5 SERVICE 9/10 SELECTION 15/15 FOOD 10/10 VALUE 8/10 OVERALL 18/20
An excellent high-end gastropub in Charleston. Apparently it is new, located on the outskirts of downtown. The name is based on a colonial brewer named Edmund Egan (from Charleston I would imagine but Iím not 100% sure) and the lettering on the menus is colonial style. Although it is a very nice, upper-end place, it doesnít come off as being too fancy. No certain attire is required. There is an outdoor area with picnic benches that is more laid back. The indoor space is very wide and open with lots of natural lighting. There is a large bar and plenty of tables. There is an open kitchen in the back. There are 48 taps and the crazy thing is that each beer is printed on (what looked like) an 8 1/2 x 11" paper and mounted on the wall. The bartenders used a ladder to change the signs. 5 of the 48 beers were house taps and there were some interesting choices: a sour red ale, sour brown ale, mild ale, a barrel aged ASA, and peanut butter and jelly beer (an odd one, but it was tasty). I think they have good potential to be one of the top Charleston breweries, and they certainly are interested in experimenting with atypical styles. The guest tap and bottle list is one of the best in Charleston. They certainly have the most extensive collection of international beers - stuff from Evil Twin, Birrificio, HofTen, etc. And some special bottles that went for a pretty penny ($50-80) - De Cam Oude Gueze, Drie Fonteinen, Horalís Mega Blend, De Dolle Still Nacht Reserva...you get the idea. As far as food - very high quality, small portioned, locally made options. I had the charcuterie plate, which was awesome, with very tasty beer sausage. Yes, your bill can certainly rack up, although I think the prices are reasonable. Overall, what a great new place in Charleston, I would love to go back.
jbruner (125) Athens, Georgia | March 23, 2014
88 AMBIANCE 5/5 SERVICE 9/10 SELECTION 14/15 FOOD 9/10 VALUE 6/10 OVERALL 16/20
Modern rustic vibe with a clean feel and a bit of pomp. Friendly and suggestive service that knows what theyíre talking about. Great selection of some cool stuff on tap and what looked like a good bottle selection. Food was great, but portions are small, like $11 a plate tapas. Definitely easy to rack up a sizable tab quickly, but very nice and worth a stop, if not a bit pretentious. Good house made beers too.
clt85 (4) Charleston, South Carolina | March 4, 2014
90 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 15/15 FOOD 7/10 VALUE 7/10 OVERALL 18/20
Beer selection is incredible, lots of good locals. 48 taps. Large courtyard out front with seating which will be nice when it warms up. Food is good but small portions and expensive. Will definitely frequent this place for the beer, not if Iím looking for a filling meal. Overall nice addition to the Charleston beer scene.
Drake (562) Free Union, Virginia | February 22, 2014| Updated February 25, 2014
92 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 15/15 FOOD 8/10 VALUE 6/10 OVERALL 19/20
Stopped here after Brewvival with a bunch of awesome people. Open only 8 days as of today. Moderate sized brewpub. Long bar and some seating. Kitchen visible on the left hand side and the tap listing is clearly visible in stunning fashion above the bar. All 48 of them. The tap list is excellent. Lots of foreign and local stuff, including some pretty rare offerings. 4 house beers on tap, all of which were solid with a couple standouts. Also an bottle list, also with rarities. We sat in the outside patio, which had a limited food menu, but the food we had was excellent. Service was also excellent. Prices are high, but you will pay for quality, and in most cases the prices are decent. Nice credit to an already excellent beer scene in Charleston.
jackl (501) Charlottesville, Virginia | February 21, 2014
94 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 9/10 SELECTION 15/15 FOOD 10/10 VALUE 8/10 OVERALL 19/20
Everything from the hyper-stylized, sleek design of the bar and restaurant to the austere outfits of the bartenders indicate that Edmundís Oast is a place that demands to be taken seriously. Itís a very new-school beer venue, and in a sense quite humorless, but itís absolutely fantastic. The 48 beers on tap represented perhaps the most cohesive draft list Iíve seen this side of Mikkeller & Friends. Multiple offerings from Cantillon were available alongside an impressive selection of local brews from the likes of Westbrook and Coast. Other treats such as Hel & Verdoemenis 666 rounded out a murdererís row of draft selections. The house beers (currently being brewed at Westbrook) werenít bad either. The bottle list is similarly eyebrow-raising. Stille Nacht Reserva 2010 was available for an expensive (though defensible) $80, limited stuff from popular American craft producers such as Jester King was much more reasonable. The food has clearly received as much attention as the beer list. The menu offers updated versions of traditional dishes such as game hen and chicken gizzards. I tried a cured charcuterie platter and was quite satisfied. The service was professional, friendly. While I feel that this place will impress a grand majority of visitors, Iím sure it will have its detractors; the almost severe ambiance will put some people off. But I embrace Edmundís Oast for its ambition. It documents the very real aspirations of a group who want beer to be afforded absolute reverence.
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