April 2007 - Nestled into a busy shopping area, this place was packed at 3 o’clock in the afternoon when I visited on a Saturday. But the bartender was Johnny on the spot. We didn’t eat, but it looked like standard tavern fare. The two beers I tried weren’t anything to jump and down about, but they weren’t bad either.
Really nice brew pub with a great atmosphere and awesome location. This was definitely my favorite when I was living in Myrtle Beach. Their brews are better than average and service is usually good. The atmosphere here (and all over Myrtle Beach) is Happy Hour oriented so they have some good happy hour deals on munchies, beer, and also harder drinks. Any ratebeerian who’s in MB should obviously stop by to try a few new brews.
Big, cavernous & mostly for fmilies / tourists. Pretty good to stop in and grab a bite. Nice location on the water & in Broadway at the Beach so there’s a ton more to see. Their branded beers are average at best & the selection limited.
Well, this place was very nice, large, and clean. I didn’t get any food, but it looked quite appatizing. I would certrainly not come back here unless it was to eat. They only had four of their own brews on draught and they were all weak, their American amber ale (which was not hearty at all) being the darkest. Their special offering was a low-carb lager. Come on, a low-carb lager. Seriously. Most of the rest of the brews they had on tap were sub-par which led me to drink a Guinness. I had to resort to a Guinness stout at a brewpub. I was not too impressed.
Nice brewpub. I asked the manager if I could tour the brewing facility and he very graciously had me wait while he spoke with the brew master. He then took me to the brew master who gave my friend and me a tour and explained the brewing process. This was done with friendliness, and I was not made to feel as if I was intruding, which I may or may not have been. I only had a salad, but the folks I was with all spoke highly of the food they were given. The service was a little slow, but not off the charts slow. I tried, what I assume was their seasonal brew, "Santa’s Helper", which was very nice. You could certainly make out the ginger and cinnamon. All in all a nice place to visit in Myrtle Beach, especially if your out at Broadway at the Beach.
A nice steakhouse with great food and decent beer. I got to try 3 of them and enjoyed them all with the Oatmeal Stout being my favorite. There were about 10 on tap the night I was there and the service and food were great. The peppercorn NY Strip I had was done to perfection and tasted great. The decor is great. All of the brewing equipment is off on the left when you walk in. It is also right on the water at Broadway at the Beach so you have a nice view while you eat.
donrajin (47) Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina | September 17, 2005
The beer was better than some, but I wasn’t overly impressed. They had a decent beer list, but they were out of about 4 of them. That only left about 5 to choose from. When you order the sampler you can only choose 4 beer, not matter how many they would have had. I’m sorry, but when I order a sampler I want to sample everything unless you have an unually large selection.
roder60 (41) Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania | July 18, 2005| Updated August 16, 2008
Best restaraunt at broadway at the beach. Very large dining facility with a small bar attached. Makes some decent brews on site. I had a burger and it was very good, my dad liked his steak as well. Definitely a stop for any beer lover in myrtle.