Gift Guide

Southern Goods to Covet at G&G’s Fieldshop

The magazine’s retail outpost goes all-in on regional makers

This spring, the garden isn’t the only thing blooming—Garden & Gun’s retail outpost, Fieldshop, has relaunched to focus on products seen in the pages of the magazine, from pantry staples by Bourbon Barrel Foods in Louisville, Kentucky, to sporting essentials by the Alabama brand Tom Beckbe. This means you can add to cart knowing that the magazine’s editors have vetted, tasted, researched, worn, dreamed up, or otherwise tested just about everything on offer. Here are a few favorites to spark your shopping. 

Finishing Sugar

Add a unique depth of flavor to desserts and cocktails with this Bourbon Barrel Foods winner crafted by smoking raw demerara sugar in bourbon barrel staves ($12;


Serve up your next batch of porch sweat tea in this floral pitcher from Kentucky’s Stoneware and Co. ($66;

Cocktail Napkins

We at Garden & Gun know how much Southerners love cocktail napkins with pithy sayings, so we came up with a few of our own ($12 for set of twenty-five;

A floral green scarf


The Southern collage artist Susan Carson creates one-of-a kind illustrations for her silk Carson & Co. scarves exclusive to Fieldshop, including this rhododendron-inspired look. ($330;

A duffle


Whether for the field or a casual weekend trip, this waxed canvas bag by Alabama’s Tom Beckbe has room for all the essentials ($425;

A book


In the newly curated Fieldshop, you’ll find every tome from the G&G collection, including the best-selling The Southerner’s Handbook ($30;

A small copper spoon


Specialty serving pieces, such as this handmade copper relish spoon by Tennessee’s Ben & Lael, make for singular wedding and host/hostess gifts ($130;

Oyster plates

Oyster Plates

Whether you put them on display or use them to serve bivalves on the half shell, these designs from Memphis’s Bridgman Pottery elevate the oyster plate ($160 each;


Store your tipple of choice in this handsome glass flask wrapped in leather from Louisville’s Clayton & Crume ($125;