Edmunds Oast Introduces Lord Proprietors Ale at Jubilee

beerFolks who paid $85 to attend Garden & Gun’s Jubilee today, tomorrow or Sunday bought the chance to enjoy a sunny day at Charles Towne Landing; mingle with the editors of the swanky magazine; and meet many of the craftsmen who’ve been profiled in its pages. Mostly, though, their tickets allowed them to shop, much the way an airline trip comes with a SkyMall catalog.

Just in time for Christmas, Garden & Gun has assembled the world’s classiest flea market of handmade Southern goods, including a section devoted entirely to food and drink. Hot sauces from Baltimore; mustards from Asheville and chocolates from Charleston – among dozens of other edibles — are tagged for sale. The beer samples, though, are free.

Edmund’s Oast is pouring four brews, including an English-style mild ale, made with British yeast, British hops, British malt and Charleston Tea Plantation black tea. Continue reading

What’s For Lunch at Jubilee

Details about food and drink at this weekend’s Garden & Gun Jubilee have been scarce, but The Glass Onion has released the menu for its pop-up lunch counter.

Soups, salads and sandwiches dominate the menu, which will be available during Made in the South marketplace hours. Attendees have their pick of chicken and sausage gumbo; pork cheek chili and a garden salad, each priced at $8. Shrimp remoulade, chicken salad and beef tongue will be served in salad ($7) and po-boy ($9) form. Other listed savories include duck liver mousse, pimento cheese, collards, red rice and deviled eggs. Continue reading