Craving a craft beer? Myrtle Beach is the place to be!
Want a great tasting craft beer? It’s hard finding that perfect balance when making a beer that can please the masses. Here is where Myrtle Beach Craft Beer comes into play—by pinpointing the exact locations to get craft beer in the area, it’s almost impossible to strike out. The breweries, restaurants, and brewpubs all work together to create outlets for locals and tourists to come and get a nice crisp taste of craft beer, regardless of the bottle or glass it comes in. Here are just a few to start with when testing taste buds and becoming a professional beer connoisseur:
New South Brewing: After claiming the title, “Top Ten Best Brewery Tours” by TripAdvisor, it is no mystery why this is a must see brewery spot on the list. With a motto of “Take a tour, take a taste” it’s almost impossible to resist the chance to go behind the scenes at this brewery. Get complimentary samples on the tours every Tuesday and Thursday at 3 p.m. while getting a closer look at the production process that goes into making that crisp, craft beer people yearn for all year.
Gordon Biersch: Ever heard of Dan Gordon? He’s only one of the most pristine brewers in the country. With his business partner, Dean Biersch, the confidantes were able to open the popular brewery restaurant, known to all as Gordon Biersch. With 22 years of experience in the brewing industry, these men know what they’re doing. Go check out their restaurant in Market Commons and be the real judge to their German-inspired beers.
Liberty Steak House and Brewery: Wash down a nice juicy steak with some freshly brewed beer at Liberty Steak House and Brewery, located at Broadway at the Beach. Test out their Miss Liberty Lager and Oatmeal Stout this spring.
Piggly Wiggly’s Assortments: Like variety? Piggly Wiggly may just be a grocery store chain to some, but to others it is so much more. Piggly Wiggly in market commons showcases a variety of draft beers every week. From Weyerbacker Eighteen Weizenbock to Founders Breakfast Stout, they are the place to go when looking to purchase a beer when heading to the beach. Check out the Growler Station, run by Michael Byrd for the newest and best products on the block.
Find all of these places and more at Myrtle Beach Craft Beer. It’s time to kick back and sip on some great craft beer this season. Know what kind of production goes into that cold refreshing beer at happy hour. Now is the time to see all Myrtle Beach has to offer. So crack a cold one and come on down!
What is your favorite craft beer?
(posted by 2/25/14)