You searched for:

  • [X]2012
  • [X]Eating & Drinking Out
Start over

Narrow Search

Best Five-Hour Beer Session 

The Ultimate Beer Dinner at Oak Steakhouse

Staff Pick

Aug. 15, 2011 Oak Steakhouse isn't a usual player in the beer dinner game, but chef Jeremiah Bacon's one-off collaboration with Scott Shor, Rich Carley, and Brandon Plyler of the Charleston Beer Exchange was a remarkable, beer-centric feast that stood out as one of the most memorable beer events of the year. Only 25 diners were allowed to purchase a spot at the upstairs dining room table (for $100) for the eight-course, nine-beer event. The massive menu featured rare and exotic ales from Baltimore-based Stillwater Artisan Ales and Denmark's Evil Twin Brewing, paired with Lowcountry produce, seafood, pork, beef, and venison. Stillwater's Brian Strumke and Evil Twin's Jeppe Jarnit-Bjergsø sat at the head of the table and introduced each of their extraordinary beers from course to course. The first course arrived around 6:30 p.m., and the dinner ran past 11:30 p.m., when diners finally staggered out, almost too full of ale to speak or walk.

Location Details


Subscribe to this thread:

Add a comment

Classified Listings
  • The Wreck of the Richard and Charlene
    Freshest seafood in Charleston! I can't find anywhere that compares to how delicious the fried… -annagsu
  • NICO
    Can't go wrong with the oysters! I will definitely be back! Especially when stone crab… -annagsu
  • Fat Hen
    By far my FAVORITE restaurant in Charleston! They never disappoint! For my appetizer I go… -annagsu
  • Graze
    Never had a bad meal here in years going back again and again. The chicken… -Tom Mcginnis
  • Maui Tacos
    Creative, delicious menu and super-friendly staff make this a hot spot downtown. Definitely a local… -Lara Karam-Rodgers

Powered by Foundation   © Copyright 2019, Charleston City Paper   RSS