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.
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.
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.
kujo9 (32) North Ridgeville, Ohio | June 3, 2004| Updated March 22, 2005
I’ve eaten here a couple of times. The food is above average, with the chicken & shrimp sandwich being very good. I unfortunately had a hamburger the 2nd time I was there, unknowingly that according to state law, you get your burger done medium well, or well done. I like mine rare to medium rare. Anyway, it was still a decent burger although over cooked in my opinion. The beers are still pretty mainstream for tourists, nothing special or exciting, but not awful either. The service in the restaurant area was a little slow, and our waitress didn’t really pay a lot of attention to us. THey also have Mich Ultra, Miller Lite, Coors Light, and Bud Light for anyone in your party that doesn’t like real beer. Although, they should not have any problems drinking Liberty’s since I think they are brewing for the masses instead of a limited tastebud demographic.
Had dinner a couple times while on vacation. Liberty lager is very good beer. service id very freindly and prompt though we did not eat their at the rush time. The steams we had were very good. I would eat their again and recommend it.
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.