Retail Locations: South Carolina

  
  
    
 

 

 

Two Brothers Jerky is always looking for new and exciting ways to put our 100% grass fed, grass finished artisan beef jerky in the hands of as many people as possible. If you find yourself craving our jerky, you can now find us in the following great locally-owned businesses:

 

Motor Supply Company Bistro  (Columbia) has been serving fresh, local and diverse dishes in the heart of the historic Congaree Vista since 1989, and is owned and operated by Eddie. Motor's menu changes daily for lunch and dinner, offering diners something new and delicious every time they come through the door. We offer an eclectic blend of contemporary American, French, Italian and Asian cuisine, with everything either provided from local farms or house-made, such as stocks and sauces, desserts, charcuterie and house-butchered and smoked meats.

 

Fusco's Market (Columbia) is your hometown spot for homemade sandwiches, salads and casseroles, as well as for fine wines and delicious desserts. Fusco’s goal is to provide the solution for your meal whether it is tonight’s dinner or tomorrow’s staff luncheon. They strive to provide outstanding customer service and provide an array of high quality products. From casual lunch to Italian Wednesday's, FUsco's has something for everytone. The take home meals are convenient and so delicious, and don’t miss the house smoked wings!

 

Crave Artisan Specialty Market (Columbia) is passionate about local foods and is committed to offering you the best shopping experience.The Crave Market is a local business in Columbia, offering a variety of local, artisan, small-batch foods. They have local honey, fresh produce, milk, eggs, BBQ sauces, jams and so much more! John and his staff at Crave make shopping for local products an interactive experience. There are samples of different products every day, fun Facebook contests and innovative promotions like their “12 days of Christmas in July sale”.

 

The Classy Cruet (Lexington & Chapin) offers customers the opportunity to experience some of the finest, award-winning 100% Extra Virgin Olive Oils, both whole fruit- and herb-fused olive oils, and traditional balsamic vinegars from select artisans around the world! We love being in this great specialty store. Their olive oils and vinegars are amazing! We are also excited that all of our Lexington AND Chapin TBJ fans now have a local place to pick up some grass-fed jerky.

 

Rosewood Market and Deli (Columbia) is truly a community supported business and a great influence to the eating habits and healthy lifestyles of Columbia residents and the many who pass through. They take pride in their commitment to the environment and strive to minimize their impact on the waste stream. Having originated in the early 1970's, Rosewood Market and Deli is a true pioneer of health food markets. TBJ loves that Rosewood continues to make environmental awareness a priority.

 

Craft And Draft (Columbia) is Columbia's premier craft beer store and growler shop! Sample a beer or drink a few pints from one of their twelve taps that continually feature new and differnt craft beers from all over the country, as well as local favorites from The Carolinas! There's always a great crowd in C&D who are ready to talk and taste great beer. Check out their rotating chalk board tap menu, full of new, interesting, and delicious choices.

 

The Vino Garage (Columbia) is a neighborhood wine and beer shop that services the Cottontown-North Main area of the city. They carry a unique selection of wines and beers that can't be found in big box stores and they also have a growler station. It's a favorite of wine and beer reps. Doug and his staff take pride in connecting with their neighbors, with a schedule full of craft beer and unique wine tastings.

 

Cotton Mill Exchange (Columbia) has explored every corner of the state to bring you the best of South Carolina. The Cotton Mill Exchange offers a surprising array of unique items from beautiful linens, and jewelry to decorative items for your home or office, gourmet food and more. The newly renovated 4,000 square foot museum store features a spectacular range of unique gifts and food products representing the Palmetto State. The SC State Museum is a Columbia "must visit” attraction, and the beautiful Cotton Mill Exchange store truly enhances the experience. 

 

Sunrift Adventures (Travelers Rest) is located in a historic cotton gin in downtown Travelers Rest. Travelers Rest is your gateway to the mountains and lakes of Upstate South Carolina and beyond. Avoid the congestion of big-box shopping areas, find expert local advice and cutting-edge equipment at this unique outdoor shop. Eddie and his family stop here ever year when taking the kids to Camp Greenville on Caesars Head Mountain. Their staff is super friendly and they have a huge selection of everything outdoors. Check out all their great neighboring local shops and restaurants too!

 

Swamp Rabbit Cafe & Grocery  (Greenville) is a full of local foods and artisan products, carrying everything from greens and meats to soaps and deodorant. Located on the Swamp Rabbit Bike Trail, the cafe and bakery is a hub for local biking and outdoor enthusiasts. You can't beat the laid back atmosphere of this brick, former meat packing facility. Perfect for a delicious lunch or to take home local foods for dinner later. Don't leave without trying one of their scones!

 

Mast General Store (Columbia) offers a variety of goods from fashion to fried chicken cookbooks and toffee to tents. As ambassadors, the staff are willing and excited to share some of their favorite places to hike, enjoy a meal, or catch some live music. There is a certain atmosphere and local "Carolina born" quality of retailer we look to partner with and Mast General Store epitomizes this. From the candy supply and the unique food selection, to the camping gear and old time toys, you'll have a hard time leaving this general store empty handed.

 

Full Spectrum Brewing (Fort Mill) simply aims to craft great beers for great people. Their promise to you is to brew a beer for everyone on the spectrum- whether you like dark or pale, hoppy or sweet, heavy or light, they’ve got a great beer for you. Located right off I-77 below Carowinds, Full Spectrum has a super fun tap room and view of their impressive brewing operation. The residents of Fort Mill, Rock Hill, and Tega Cay are lucky and proud to have such great hometown beer.

 

River Runner Outdoor Center (Columbia) is a great place to find all your outdoor needs. From waterbottles to kayaks, you won't be dissapointed with the variety offered at River Runner. Located in the heart of the Vista, you won't miss the big yellow kayak that is proudly displayed outside.

 

Indah Coffee (Columbia) is a new coffee shop located on Sumter Street, in an area known as the Cottontown neighborhood. It has the perfect coffeeshop vibe, which makes it an inviting place to get work done or meet with a friend. Make sure to try a yummy flavor with their cold brew coffee!

 

Ole Timey Meat Market (Columbia/Spring Valley/Camden/Florence) is a convenient, neighborhood market with a wide selection of fresh, local meats from across the Carolinas. They also offer a wide variety of  sauces, rubs, and wines! All the necessities for a backyard barbeque. 

 

Swamp Cabbage Brewing Company (Columbia) was also started by two brothers, Ed and Doug Boyd. This local Columbia brewery offers unique beers on tap, a spacious outdoor patio, and an inviting taproom stocked with games and fun. They are constantly having fun events, so check our their Facebook and website. 

 

Ghost Monkey Brewery (Mount Pleasant) is a cool little spot in the Charleston area. It's a great place to hangout, and they are frequently visited by food trucks. If you're checking out the Charleston beer scene, Ghost Monkey should be on your list.

 

Boone Hall Farms Market (Mount Pleasant) is a great, fresh, local market, stocked full of everything you'll need for a healthy kitchen. They have a cafe that serves up tasty food from 11am to 6pm and a warm atmosphere of true southern hospitality.

 

The Barrel (Charleston) is a cool bar with a huge outdoor area. It has plenty of craft beers on tap and is the perfect place to bring your pup and listen to some live music. They bring in food trucks regularly and also offer Low Country Kettle Chips alongside TBJ.

 

Hub City Co-op (Spartanburg) is located in the heart of Eddie's hometown. This community run operation is the perfect place to grab a quick bite when you're on the run, hang out with a friend, or peruse all of the the great healthy food options that Hub City Co-op has to offer.

 

Random Tap (Elgin) is a craft beer taproom located in Northeast Columbia. This huge space is a perfect place to hang with all of your closest friends on the weekends.