Edmund's Oast Brewing Co.

1505 King St #115, Charleston
(843) 718-3224

Recent Reviews

Chris S

Large brewery with a friendly staff. Enjoyed the beers but loved their pickles.

Fred H Photography

Service was good when server wasn’t attending a larger group. Food was delicious. Definitely best to go when it’s happy hour

Andrew Long

The beer is amazing! Huge selection of different styles to appeal to all. The setting is very relaxing for a after work beer. The staff does a great job at pointing you I'm the right direction and giving great descriptions of the beer they have. This is one of many breweries in Charleston you must check out!

Mark Mackura

Brick oven pizza is phenomenal. Beers as well. Service even better than both.

stephanie radics

WILL!! All I can say, is that you have an amazing server on your hands. Will was super hospitable, knowledgeable, and gave us such an amazing experience for a last minute trip. He deserves all of the recognition because not only did he provide great conversation from the moment we walked up, he provided entertainment and educated us on the whole back story of your brewery and all of the amazing things you do there. The food was amazing as well!

Fred G

Finally made it here for a bite to eat and some beers and was very happy we did. The open air seating area is very cool. The staff at the counter was super friendly and helpful, and service was relatively quick. All the food we ordered was delicious, although the tomato slice was so thick on my aged meat burger you couldn't taste the deliciousness of the burger! All of the beers we tried were also very good. I'm not a huge sweet beer person, but the Peanut Butter and Jelly was amazing!

Rick Adkins

Now if this was my wife or daughter reviewing then it would most likely be 5 stars. They like all what I consider to be weird flavors in beer they have on tap (see pics for a sample). Unfortunately for me they had little I like I tap. They did have 1 red, 4 or 5 IPAs, 1 stout (also flavored) and 1 pilsner brew. So for me the only one I liked was the pilsner. They did have 1 seltzer that I liked, which was a watermelon/lime combination. They did have a pretty new and very nice facility with plentiful indoor and outdoor seating. All their beers we're very reasonably priced for a microbrewery. My last very minor ding was the prices on their food. Their food prices were about 10-20 percent higher than what I've paid for comparable menu items I this area.


I did not realize food could be this good. So far, I've had their Reaper pizza, veggie burger, crispy potatoes, hotdog, and cinnamon bread pudding. Every single one has been mind blowingly delicious.

Dick AmRhein

Our visit was so exciting due to our grand daughter working here. Everyone was soooo friendly and great food.

Kelly W.

Edmunds Oast was the highlight of our trip! Two friends and I road tripped from Florida to Charleston, (mainly for breweries) and EO was our overall favorite. The beer, the food, the service and their specials were all top notch! I think the only negative I could say is that they closed early. I know this is possibly due to COVID but the whole area where the brewery is located was packed, they definitely would have been busy if their indoor portion was still open. We got there a little before 4pm to find out that from 4-5pm everything is half off! We each ordered a flight (12 beers total) and I think it's safe to say we liked all of them! Some more than others but there were none that we flat out didn't like. We ordered a few small bites which included the pickles, pimento cheese and boiled peanuts. All of the food was fantastic, I think the pimento was our favorite, we considered ordering a second. Since it was happy hour we also ordered some crowlers to bring home (yes, they were half off too). We ordered 12 crowlers to be exact, lol. We spent several hours at EO and tried to go back again that evening (hence the "they were closed" comment) because we had such a great experience. We visited 6 or 7 other breweries in Charleston and EO definitely stood out as the best overall experience.

Brendan D.

Stopped in for an early Saturday night drink and decided to order dinner as well. Blown away by how delish the food was here after initially only having a hankering for beer. I got the Thunder Sheep and the dry aged cheeseburger with a side of crispy potatoes. One of the best burgers I've had in a LONG time, great roll. My partner had a margarita and the Summer Squash & Bacon pizza. It was amazing. The bacon was soooo tasty and had a great smoky flavor. We loved the food here, excellent variety. We'll definitely be back.

Emma Flaherty

I have loved Edmund’s Oast’s beers for ages so it was awesome to finally get to visit the brewery when I was in the area. They have a wide variety of beer styles and the staff was super friendly. The courtyard space is great — lots of covered seating options that were fairly well spaced out. I had the peach and ricotta pizza, which was AWESOME. I spent the whole rest of my vacation thinking about it and will definitely be back the next time I’m in Charleston.

Carol R.

Don't miss Power Hour from 4-5pm for 50% off everything! The hibachi salad is crunchy and fresh. Be sure to add the mahi.

Chris G

Had a impromptu graduation party for my daughter at Edmund's Oast and everything worked out great. The food and beer were great and the Edmonds team worked with us to help make things work. Really enjoyed it.

Craig S.

Power Hour! Let's talk about it... It's a crazy great deal! everything on the menu is half off between 4-5 pm. every day, even weekends. Authentic Pizzas and a mix of specialties pies. Good sandwich options and dry rub wings for apps. Their specials are awesome too. Their soft shell crab was the best. The courtyard is a great outdoor space with plenty of doggos. You can also get seated indoor, but could be a wait with limited seating inside. Parking is a really plentiful. Edmunds is always brewing fun craft beers. My favorites are their stouts and sours. Their four packs are solid option to take home. They also make cocktails and have house-made hard seltzers. Pretty much the pillar of the brewery district of the upper peninsula. Really it's a great spot to visit, even if it is not power hour.

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