We know how hot summer days on the coast can be, but don’t fear! We have just the right thing to compliment that heat, tall glasses of ice-cold beer.
At the very south end of the Grand Strand in Georgetown, Winyah Bay Brewing Company is at a new location on King Street where they have incorporated an amazing outdoor space for special events. This small craft beer maker is focused on the rich history of the town and its great community members.
Quigley’s Pint & Plate is a family-friendly restaurant and brewery located in Pawleys Island. Be sure to grab a 32oz Crowler (growler in a can) on the way to the beach so you can sip local craft beer safely as you relax under the sun. www.pintandplate.com
Specializing in hand-crafted beer and food served with southern hospitality, Southern Hops Brewing Company is locally owned and operated in Murrells Inlet. They are focused on providing local products and promoting local bands in a laid-back friendly atmosphere. www.southernhops.com
Nestled in The Market Common of Myrtle Beach, Tidal Creek Brewhouse has craft beer as well as a craft kitchen. They offer coffee, tea, beer, breakfast, lunch, shareables, and even a dog-friendly menu. They have a spacious outdoor area and a Kids Korner to “Crabitat” in.
New South Brewing, located in the heart of Myrtle Beach, has been serving fresh, flavorful ales and lagers since 1998. Luckily, you can find some of their popular beers around the area, but make sure to check out their Tap Room for special brews unavailable elsewhere. You can also place orders online for curbside pickup.
Just a block away from the beach, the Grand Strand Brewing Company in downtown Myrtle Beach is ready to pour you their specialty beer. They have a full menu and offer both indoor and outdoor seating.
Independent Republic Brewing Co. is another microbrewery and beer garden in Myrtle Beach. It’s located along the banks of the Intracoastal Waterway at the landing of The Boathouse, a popular music venue. Enjoy a delicious dinner, a breezy view of the water, high-quality talent, and craft booze all in one place.
In North Myrtle Beach, Crooked Hammock Brewery is a backyard-cookout-inspired brewpub and restaurant located in the ever-so-dynamic Barefoot Landing. The owner has created a backyard escape where people (and their animals) can gather, relax, and listen to live entertainment. The backyard has games, a kid’s playground, and of course, hammocks. www.crookedhammockbrewery.com