Brewpubs & Craft Brew Bars
Craft beer has become a pretty big deal, and rightly so — it’s fun to enjoy different flavors sometimes. Luckily, there are plenty of Myrtle Beach brewpubs, craft beer bars and even a local brewery where you can sample some of the best brews on coast. There’s brewpubs both new and old, including Liberty’s Broadway at the Beach location dating back to the 90’s and Gordon Biersch at The Market Common a relative newcomer to our growing craft brew scene. You’ll also find bars that specialize in exotic brews with tons of drafts on tap, rare bottles and plenty of folks who know their hops from their barley. The best way to experience everything that these drinkeries have to offer without becoming unnecessarily intoxicated is to do a flight — a small sample of each taken one after the other so that you get a feel for how the different brews differentiate themselves from one another. This is also a great way to narrow in on what you like in a beer.
One of Market Common’s busiest bars, the beer here is brewed in accordance with the 500-year-old German Purity Law. The stock ranges from light and refreshing (Golden Export) to dark and dry (Schwarzbier). And for the full experience, be sure to ask your server or bartender which one to pair with your food.More Info
Liberty Tap Room & Grill
Odds are that this Liberty Steakhouse off-shoot has something on tap that you’ll enjoy. After all, there’s 36 of them, including the craft brews that their older brother pumps out down the road. They also offer Happy Hour, Late Night, and Game Day specials, as well as live music out on the patio.More Info
New South Brewing
For those interested in the beer-making process and having a taste or two afterward, this downtown Myrtle Beach microbrewery should definitely be high on your list of priorities. Tours begin at 3 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays, and draft pours and retail sales are available from 4:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday every week.More Info
Atlas Tap House
This location has been host to many different bars over the years, but Atlas Tap House seems to have finally found a combination that works – craft beer, bourbon, and house-smoked barbecue.
Though the food is very tasty, the main attraction here is the beer list, which is as exteMore Info
The Grumpy Monk
The Grumpy Monk in Myrtle Beach is a unique restaurant and bar specializing in serving a wide selection of craft beer from around the country with quality sandwiches and sushi made fresh daily. The Grumpy Monk is now serving you at 3 locations on the Grand Strand!
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Since 2009, Craft Rooster in downtown Conway has been catering to discerning drinkers around the area with a ton of rare and exclusive beers, monthly beer dinners, tap takeovers and even spring and fall beerfest events. In addition to 14 rotating taps and more than 100 beers to choose from, this bar near Coastal Carolina University campus also serves great food and has plenty of TVs for game days.
Located along the main drag of Main Street North Myrtle Beach, International Cafe offers up an eclectic menu of food and lots of craft beers. With a unique, cozy interior, friendly service and affordable prices, it’s a great retreat from the sun and a good place to get a bit of local flavor.
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