Seven Places to Get Craft Beer in Myrtle Beach

The Grand Strand is full of amazing local eats and to no surprise, it’s also full of some amazing places to grab a craft brew. So, when the sun is beaming down, the weather is heating up and it’s time to sip on a cold brew, here are seven of our favorite places to get craft beer in Myrtle Beach:

New South Brewing

1109 Campbell Street, Myrtle Beach, SC 20577
New South Brewing in downtown Myrtle Beach has a delectable selection of “the beer from here” that includes a line-up of in-demand, year-round ales. Try the Dirty Myrtle double IPA and Waccamaw Red Ale.

Liberty Brewery & Grill 

1321 Celebrity Circle, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
Liberty Brewery & Grill located in Broadway at the Beach is always a go-to for not only outstanding food, but in-house brewed beer as well. Coming up in April, the release of the yet to be named double IPA. With 44lbs of Citra hops going into this big IPA, this one is calling out to all hop heads and citrus lovers alike!

Bumstead’s Pub

400 Mister Joe White Avenue, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
Bumstead’s Pub feels exactly as it should with its old style pub aesthetic and the plethora of cold craft brew to go with it. Try the Helles Lager and Rouge Dead Guy Ale. Or the other 150 beers they have.

Atlas Tap House – 1004 Chester Street, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
Known for having the unusual. Atlas Tap House where the craft beer crowd goes to try something exciting, fresh and new. This is the spot to load up on your sour ale fix, your big IPA fix, or any style you could possibly want. Enjoy your brew on the back deck and play some games or relax and smell the ocean breeze.

Island Bar & Grill Surfside

2272 Glenns Bay Road, Myrtle Beach, SC 29575
Hidden away in a strip mall off 17 bypass on the south side of the Grand Strand, live music and good times aren’t all that’s to be had at Island Bar & Grill in Surfside. This a locals spot that has something for everyone, keeps the craft beer flowing, and makes the beer nerds happy. Try the new Hi-Red IPA.

Grumpy Monk

4545 HWY 501, Myrtle Beach, SC 29579
Visiting this spot is like visiting a treasure trove full of North and South Carolina breweries. Expect to find big hitters here as well like Sierra Nevada and their new Hoppy Peach IPA, which is perfect for those just getting acquainted with, and those already in love with, the IPA style.

Hurricane Maggie’s

7710 North Kings Highway, Myrtle Beach, SC 29572
Situated on the north side of Myrtle Beach, this two-story locals hole-in-the-wall features a cozy feel, wonderful live local music, a tap list that will simply blow you away. The tap list changes so frequently that each visit is an entirely new set of surprises.

What are your favorite places to get a craft beer in Myrtle Beach?

Where the Easter Bunny Will be Dining This Easter

Where the Easter Bunny Will be Dining This Easter
 
If this is the year you’re bringing the family on an Easter vacation to the beach, someone is sure to want to visit with the Easter Bunny while they’re here. We can tell you about the following eight places where the Easter bunny will be dining this Easter (and it’s not just lettuce!) that provide excellent photo opportunities as well.

Dates vary by location. It’s a great treat for kids of all ages (even the big ones though they won’t admit it!). With an assortment of locations and price points we’re sure you’ll be able to find one that suits your family. Please call ahead to make your reservations!

The Brass Tap – Breakfast with the Easter Bunny
3090 Deville St. Myrtle Beach
9:00 am – 11:00 am on March 25, 2017
Cost: $10 per person (ages 3 and under eat free)
Call: (843) 945-1747
Website

Travinia Italian Kitchen – Breakfast with the Easter Bunny
4011 Deville St – Market Common, Myrtle Beach
9:00 am – 11:00 am on April 1, 2017
Cost: Cost is $10 per person
Call: (843) 233-8500
Website

Tupelo Honey Café – Breakfast with the Easter Bunny
3042 Howard Ave, Myrtle Beach
9:00 am – 11:00 am on April 8, 2017
Cost: $10 per person (complementary for ages 3 and under)
Call: (843) 315-3780
Website

Brunch & Easter Egg Hunt with the Easter Bunny
Thompson Farm, 1625 Bucksville Dr., Conway
Limited seating from 10:00 am – 1:00 pm on April 8, 2017
Cost: Ages 14 & up $19 +tax, Ages 9-13 $17 +tax, Ages 3-8 $12 +tax, Ages 2 and under: free with paid adult. Egg hunt & farm activities only is $9
Call: (843) 236-1400
Website

Lunch with the Easter Bunny at HCPR North Strand Rec Center
120 Hwy 57S, Little River
11:00 am – 1:00 pm on April 8, 2017
Cost: $5
Call: (843) 915-5331
Website

Rockin’ with the Easter Bunny
Hard Rock Café Myrtle Beach, 1318 Celebrity Circle, Myrtle Beach
9:00 am – 11:00 am on April 15, 2017
Cost: $13.95 Per Person (Children 2 and Younger Free with a Paying Adult)
Call: (843) 946-0007
Website

Breakfast at Gordon Biersch with the Easter Bunny
Gordon Biersch Myrtle Beach, 3060 Howard Ave, Myrtle Beach
9:00 am – 11:00 am on April 15, 2017
Cost: Cost is $10 per person (free for ages 3 and under)
Call: (843) 839-0249
Website

Brunch with the Easter Bunny at the Children’s Museum
Children’s Museum of South Carolina, 2204 N Oak St, Myrtle Beach
10:00 am – 11:30 am on April 15, 2017
Cost: Varies.
Call: (843) 946-9469
Website

 

5 Free Activities in Myrtle Beach

 

Every year hundreds of families flock to Myrtle Beach to enjoy some sun, sand and fun. Unfortunately, it can quickly become an expensive endeavor which is why we’ve compiled a few of our favorite free activities in Myrtle Beach.

Beaches

The beaches are one of the main reasons travelers flock to Myrtle Beach, so it’s a good thing it’s free! And though it may be one of the most obvious free activities, one not-so-obvious aspect is visiting all of the beaches in the area, not just Myrtle Beach. Surrounding places like Surfside Beach, Garden City Beach, Sunset Beach or Murrells Inlet. Each beach provides a different atmosphere and is the perfect free activity.

 

Murrells Inlet Marshwalk

The Murrells Inlet Marshwalk offers an amazing view of the marsh and is the perfect place to set off on a kayaking or paddle board adventure. Not only is strolling along the Marshwalk free, there are also many free events hosted there throughout the year so be sure to check their calendar of events frequently.

 

The Pier at Garden City

The Pier at Garden City is the perfect place to enjoy the warm ocean breeze and watch the waves roll in. For a small cost, you can also enjoy a meal at the pier’s cafe or play some games at the nearby arcade, making for a perfect afternoon outing.

 

Broadway at the Beach

Filled with shops, dining, entertainment and attractions, Broadway at the Beach is free to stroll and see the sights. During most weeks, you can catch live music at the area restaurants and during summer months be sure to check out their Summer Nights event series. You can learn more about their events here.

 

Downtown Myrtle Beach

Downtown Myrtle Beach is just steps from the beach and full of shops and entertainment. Your family will thoroughly enjoy walking through the local dive stores and interacting with families from all over the country. In the summer months, look out for free festivals and concerts.

What are your favorite free activities in Myrtle Beach?