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Old 07-12-2013, 05:54 AM   #1
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Default Craft Beer Spots in Myrtle Beach

I'm going to be in North Myrtle Beach in two weeks and was wondering if anyone has any suggestions for good craft beer spots I should try and hit while I'm there. I looked on www.myrtlebeachcraftbeer.com and found Liberty Steakhouse & Brewery and Quigley's Pint & Plate(this one may be a bit too far away though) for brew pubs. So if anyone has other suggestions I would be glad to hear them.

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Old 07-12-2013, 08:47 AM   #2
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I'll be following this thread......heading to MB soon myself.

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Mellow Mushroom has a good selection. There's also a good brewery in MB called NewSouth. Not sure where they are compared to where you're going. Also, SC recently passed a pint law so they should be serving pints at the brewery. Good luck and next time make it down to chucktown, there's a good brew scene there. I think they're up to 5 breweries now.

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Thanks for the tip about Newsouth. It looks like their about 25 miles from where I'm staying, but I think I'll have to talk to SWMBO into going for the tour on tues or thurs.

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There's also piggly wiggly in market commons, but that's to buy and growlers. Have fun.

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Thanks for the link.
I'll be in Cherry Grove the week of the 20'th with a pale ale on tap and several homebrews in bottles.

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Well we're heading out in a couple of hours. If all goes to plan we should arrive at Quigley's Pint & Plate about lunch time tomorrow.

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I spent last week in Myrtle Beach....arrived home yesterday. I brought back some New South, New Belgium, Westbrook, and Foothills....beers I can't find around here. I highly recommend stopping by New South Brewing for the tour and tasting. We had a blast there. I had planned on getting my growler filled at Piggly Wiggly @ The Market Common (where I bought most of my beer) but I found their growler fill prices to be extremely high. Their craft beer area was comparable in size to the Wegman's stores here in this area (PA) with Wegman's probably having more to choose from. Beach Discount Beverage and Green's Beverage had basically the same selection as Piggly Wiggly with more growler taps and lower growler fill prices.

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Well that is is the same thing I did. Did you go by the Newsouth brewery? I took the tour on Tuesday and got a growler of their dry hopped lager to go. I really liked that stuff. I went back to get another growler filled on Thursday but they said the keg had kicked and they wouldn't have more till next week.

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Well that is is the same thing I did. Did you go by the Newsouth brewery? I took the tour on Tuesday and got a growler of their dry hopped lager to go. I really liked that stuff. I went back to get another growler filled on Thursday but they said the keg had kicked and they wouldn't have more till next week.

Were you at New South for the 3:15 tour or the later "virtual tour"? If you were at the 3:15, we were there at the same time! I wanted to get back there on Thursday to get my growler filled (I couldn't believe how little they were charging to fill a growler) but we got busy with other things and I never got back there.
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