All I can say is WOW. My third beer dinner in the Charleston area - by far the best! I am stuffed! They featured real meal size portions for each course, plenty of beer (the cask was bottomless so our table kept a pitcher full at all times!), and each course paired so well with the brews. The chefs cooked with the beer: third course was mean joe bean balsemic glazed pork tenderloin!
I found Laura Alberts on BeerAdvocate.com when I was looking for beer places to visit in the Charleston area. They had some great reviews so my wife and I stopped by yesterday. I was blown away with the selection. They didn't have a lot of beer, but the beers they had were really hard to come by! Bottles: Oskar Blues Old Double Bagger, Brooklyn Black Ops, and Terrapin's Georgia Theater Dubbel Draft: Ballast Point Sculpin, Allagash Confluence. We decided to stay for lunch. We had the Ahi Rare tuna over bok choy salad (so good) and split the Mortadella sandwich (the menu it explained that mortadella is a high end baloney of sorts made with pistachios) the sandwich came with grilled onions and a imperial stout mustard (beer food heaven!!) The price matched both the quality of the food and the portion size provided. They served the beers in proper glassware!
I saw an ad for a dinner they having tonight with Sweetwater, my wife and I are attending - I'll follow up with a dinner review.
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