GIVING – DOING GOOD,
ONE BEER AT A TIME
At Tidal Creek Brewhouse, we believe in giving back and doing good. Our families, friends and community have supported us, and we will continue to pay it forward. Our goal is to create an environment where everyone is welcome and to be a foundation for efforts that better our community and those that live within it.
Mondays will be our Make a Difference Monday, where a portion of proceeds from our sales will go to one of the causes near and dear to our hearts – including veterans, special needs, animals and the environment.
Reach out to us at email@example.com to share the organization or cause you’re passionate about.
LOWCOUNTRY AND COMMUNITY
We greatly value our home, this community and the environment, which is why we built our Tidal Creek Brewhouse “home” in this region and in this specific location.
We love the Lowcountry culture and way-of-life, and we infuse it into everything we do.
We love our tidal creek (newly named “KelSaw Creek,” a neighborly joke), and we simply love being near the water. The preservation of our tidal creeks is something we hold close to our hearts at Tidal Creek Brewhouse. Similar to how we view the making and inner workings of this brewhouse, tidal creeks represent the intricacies and connections between us all; when we all intertwine, we can help build and maintain an amazing community.
LOCATION, MARKET COMMON AND HISTORY
Over time, The Market Common District has become Myrtle Beach’s premier dining, shopping and entertainment destination, as well as the place to be for outdoor events. The Market Common offers a unique lifestyle experience within a true urban village community. Tidal Creek Brewhouse is excited to be a part of this extended vibrant community!
We love our history, our country and our veterans! Some of us have personally served to ensure that what makes us all great is preserved for today and for tomorrow. We intentionally chose the original Myrtle Beach Air Force Base (circa 1954) as our home as a ‘tip-of-our-cap’ to those that served there before. Units from this base participated in the Cold War, the Berlin Crisis, the Cuban Missile Crisis, and Operation Desert Storm, to name a few. Two years after the base closed in 1993, retired Air Force Colonel, Buddy Styers, began the redevelopment of the area, turning it into what we know and love today as The Market Common District.