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Review of Lewis Barbecue @ Revelry Brewing ~ Charleston, SC

Revelry Brewing's

Over the years, we have gone to great barbecue. This time great barbecue has come to us in the form of Lewis Barbecue. John Lewis, the Texas-born pitmaster who spoke with us recently, will be bringing Central Texas BBQ to Charleston when he opens Lewis Barbecue in “late 2015.” Indeed, we rode by what will be his new place on […]

Slingin’ Hash: SC BBQ News for Week Ending 10/15/16

South Carolina BBQ News First, apologies for not publishing an issue last week. Living along the coast, Hurricane Matthew forced our time and attention be elsewhere, but all is well at home, so we’ll continue Slingin’ Hash with this week’s edition. John Lewis of Lewis Barbecue in Charleston remains a media magnet. Among other things, this […]

Slingin’ Hash: SC BBQ News for Week Ending 9/24/16

South Carolina BBQ News No bigger news in SCBBQ this past week than the passing of BBQ legend Jackie Hite of Jackie Hite’s BBQ in Leesville. On a personal level, Hite’s is among the elite BBQ places we’ve tried in our years of covering SCBBQ. While his strong mustard sauce was frankly too “mustardy” for our […]

Slingin’ Hash: SC BBQ News for Week Ending 9/17/16

South Carolina BBQ News Lewis BBQ in Charleston, whom we’ve written about extensively, was featured in isisis review by Post and Courier food editor Hanna Raskin. Travis Sinclair of Safari Fare, a review blog primarily covering northeastern SC, gives his take on Ronnie’s Ribs in Elgin. Next up on #SCSafari, Ronnie’s Ribs, next stop on the #SCBBQTrail […]

John Lewis Brings Texas BBQ to Lowcountry with Lewis Barbecue

John Lewis working in a new BBQ Pit.

True artisans embody their craft, steeped in the history, essence, and values of their work. John Lewis is barbecue — Texas barbecue — and he is bringing his craft to the Lowcountry when Lewis Barbecue opens this Fall in Charleston. Now, artisan has become a marketing term lately, used almost to the point of being trite, so I hesitate to saddle him […]

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