Best Myrtle Beach Bars for a Draft Beer on Tap

Time to stop and get a cold one.


This is true after a relaxing day on the beach or a fun-filled chartered fishing excursion. You can say it from the balcony of your resort condo, or from the beach chair on the sand. In Myrtle Beach, you have plenty of places to stop in for a pint.


We’ve compiled a list of some of the best joints on the Grand Strand for that.


Whether you like to be inside or out, upscale or down-home, there’s a spot for you. From North Myrtle to Murrells Inlet, there are lots of places where the tap beer runs cold. And you’ll find the company is always warm.

Fun Facts about Beer

  • Krueger Brewery of Newark, N.J., debuted the first beer can in 1933. It worked with a canning company to package Krueger Special Beer.
  • Beer brewing debuted 7,000 years ago in Mesopotamia. Women mixed cereal grains with herbs and water, then cooked them. The result: a surprise fermented brew.

Check Out These Places for a Refreshing Tap Beer

American Tap House


Lots of TVs, live music, and a great atmosphere in a warehouse-style setting. It’s always a good time at American Tap House. A nice stop if you’re out shopping and need a little day drink or two. Grab a brew and Fried Cauliflower after a long day of shopping and beachcombing.


WE SUGGEST: Duck-Rabbit Baltic Porter. This Farmville, N.C. craft brew is deep and rich.



Atlas Tap House


You’ll find an amazing vibe here. A vast assortment of beers and a lively crowd, too. You’ll love the Smoked Mac & Cheese bites and friendly staff. Pair a delicious appetizer to share with friends and to go with a one-of-a-kind brew.


WE SUGGEST: Hobgoblin 2019. Sweet. A little roasty. Not too shabby.



Beer on Tap

The Brass Tap


It feels like a holiday, every day. You have to try the All-American Pub Burger, with applewood bacon. If you’re sharing grub with someone, try the house-made guacamole and salsa. Their Hatcha Siracha wings are unforgettable, too.


WE SUGGEST: 13 Stripes Townsend Nitro Pub Ale. A smooth amber from Taylors, S.C.



Liberty Tap Room & Grill


This local chain has style to spare, with friendly, attentive staff. Don’t miss happy hour, with Fried Pickles and Mozzarella Sticks. Liberty’s patio is a happening place come springtime. Treat yourself to a ribeye signature steak or Crown Classic burger.



WE SUGGEST: India Pale Ale, a hop-bitter copper from Myrtle Beach’s New South Brewing.



Tin Roof


Tin Roof serves southern food on a rooftop patio. Enjoy live music outdoors and some of the finest views on the Grand Strand. Come at happy hour and try the Nashville Hot Chicken, Pulled Pork Tacos, and Honey Hot Tenders and Wings. The Street Corn Quesadilla is strong, too.


WE SUGGEST: Anything on tap. Tin Roof switches up the goods, so it’s always awesome.



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