Raise A Glass To Two New Myrtle Beach Area Breweries

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Cornhole boards and disc-golf courses, beach chairs and hammocks, coffee bars and fire pits, and play areas for kids and dogs? These are not items typically associated with traditional brick-and-mortar breweries. But amid the seemingly endless boom of the microbrew concept both nationally and on the Grand Strand, they are likely the breweries of the future.
And the future is finally here on the local beer scene, where two new breweries are tapping into the once-underserved Grand Strand and going ahead with plans to open despite the challenges presented by the coronavirus pandemic.

Tidal Creek Brewhouse is brand new and a must try

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If you are a coffee lover or a beer lover then Tidal Creek Brewhouse is the place for you!
You can start your morning off with coffee or a smoothie and end your day enjoying a freshly brewed beer at the all new Tidal Creek Brewhouse. They are located in the Market Common area and are open seven days a week.
Tidal Creek Brewhouse was founded by Adrian and Dara Sawczuk. This place is a brewery, roaster and a craft kitchen. They have a coffee master who works in the back and makes all the coffee. The brewer comes from California and worked for an award winning brewery on the West Coast.They have some very tasty food on a shareables menu that you can order starting at 3p.m. until 1 hour before close.

Fall SC-based craft brews to try from Myrtle Beach to Georgetown

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There’s something about the fall season that brings beer drinking to a whole new level.
Seasonal brews have hit the taps of area brewhouses and restaurants and we put out a call to Grand Strand and Hammock Coast brewmasters to find the one seasonal fall beer our readers should try at their establishments. The only stipulation is we asked the beer originate from a South Carolina brewery.