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.
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.
cheap (237) Beaver Valley, Beaver County, Pennsylvania | January 21, 2009
My dad and I visited this place just this past weekend. We hit it right after we left the Myrtle Beach airport, it’s practically right next door. Nice big place with lots of easy parking. It’s located next to a bunch of other beach attractions. From the start it was a good experience. When you walk in there are big sacks of grain and stuff used for brewing. We got a seat next to the waters edge. Really big spacious place with hardly anybody in there. Our waitress was very friendly and helpful. Food was pretty good, I had the fried fish and dad had the italian sub special. I got eight 4 oz samples for only $8. Overall a very pleasant experience. Glad I stopped. Surprizingly, only brewpub in myrtle beach area.
Ambiance was americanized steakhouse. Service was ok but nothing special. Selection was probably about 8 of their beers. Value was decent, not very expensive, but beers not too good either. Worth stopping if at broadway at the beach, but not really any other time.
I just could not get into this place. Marginal food and a waitress who knew almost nothing about the beer. They had eight brews on tap, and I didn’t rate any of the seven I had above a 3.1 on the RateBeer scale (I skipped the eighth due to expectations of poor quality). Everything seemed safe and uncreative. It felt like a tourist trap, too, and wasn’t all that fun. Won’t be back.
Wish I could report a better experience, but this was the low point of our week in MB. Layout was decent, if not on the touristy style, as others have mentioned. Service was okay, but the bartender was more interested in flirting with the female patrons than making us feel more comfortable. Food was awful; overdone fish and chips, burnt onion rings and mediocre pork sliders. At least it was not expensive. Beers were uninspired; about 6, with a pils, lager, pale ale and red ale that were made in house. Had a better time at a sister establishment called TBonz in North MB.
sloth (83) Ceciltucky, Co., Maryland | August 31, 2008
Really liked the look of this place. Plenty of sacks of grain piled up right when you enter the door. Nice grainy aromas greet you. The brewery is readily visible behind glass walls, looked nice. I dug the looks of the whole place. Did,nt eat anything and did,nt pay for my beers either. Service was good. Beers were fairly tame, inoffensive. I,d stop there again.