Swig & Swine’s ‘Pig Rig’ food truck hits the road Oct. 2


Photo by Brianna Y. Hill

Swig & Swine announced the launch of its new food truck, which will debut at Firefly Distillery on Friday, Oct. 2. Aptly named the “Pig Rig,” the truck will be serving its smoked meats and Southern sides at Tradesman Brewing Company for the remaining three Fridays in October.

“We’re thrilled to put Swig & Swine on wheels and make our food more accessible to the Lowcountry especially during these unprecedented times,” said Swig & Swine owner Anthony DiBernardo. “We’re looking forward to serving you around town and in masks.”

Swig & Swine has three Charleston-area locations serving DiBernardo’s popular pulled pork, smoked chicken wings and other barbecue favorites.

Moving forward, the Pig Rig will be on the road five days a week at locations like local breweries and work place parking lots. The truck will feature a rotating menu and is also available for private events.

For more information and to book a private event with Swig & Swine’s food truck, visit swigandswinebbq.com.

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