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Artisan Meat Share Review; Ghost Rider at Palmetto Brewing

Happenings and events in the world of food and beverage.

Erin Perkins is the editor of Eater Carolinas.

WEEK IN REVIEWS — Critic Hanna Raskin's review of Spring Street's latest eatery Artisan Meat Share makes you want to run out and grab a sandwich immediately. "Sprigs of watercress are alluringly bitter, while caramelized onions skew sweet. And the satiny 'ndjua, a subtly spiced pork spread, is electrified by kinky pork cracklins that crunch on cue." For other meaty descriptions, check out the full article. [CS]

BEER HEREPalmetto Brewing Co. released the next in their 843 series last weekend, and it's only around for a limited time. Ghost Rider is a pale ale brewed with ghost peppers and cherries. It's a little spicy, not too sweet, and has some hops. Served only in the tasting room at the brewery, a portion of the sales go to local bike advocacy group Charleston Moves. [EaterWire]

EVENTWIRE — Pay attention local bartenders. On Thursday, November 13, from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m., the Charleston Wine + Food Festival is hosting a cocktail and information-fueled lunch at Brasserie Gigi. At the event, William Grant & Sons brand ambassador Charlotte Voisey will reveal the details for the 2015 Official Festival Cocktail Mixology Competition, along with Charleston Wine + Food Beverage Director Patrick Emerson. Holy City bartenders should attend if they want to be the first to know. Email to participate.  [BB&T CHSW+FF]