Liberty Tap Room & Grill
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Ratings: 12 | Reviews: 9 | Display Reviews Only:
4.47/5 rDev +17.3%
Hit this place just about every night while in Myrtle Beach for vacation.
( no car )
Great Selection and great prices.
House beers ( New South ) were $3 /$3.50 for 16/20 oz. less from 4 - 7 p.m.
Some great craft beers like New Belgium's Ranger IPA and Fat Tire,Stone Levitation, Sierra Nevada for $3.75 / $4.25
Arrogant Bastard and Grand Teton ESB for $4 / $4.50
Food was great with a good selection of Happy Hour items.
Service very good; they made a great effort to get my friend extra hot chicken wings- you need the right person in the kitchen
Well worth the effort to go here.
01-04-2012 23:36:12 | More by martinhunter
3.43/5 rDev -10%
Located between MB and NMB.
Large open bar area and cavernous seating areas inside the restaurant. Large outdoor area as well.
Bar has lots of beer on tap, but the choices are less than inspiring. For MB though, the tap selection is pretty good. NS IPA on nitro was the best beer available and it was very nice.
Menu is pretty standard bar fare. Less inspiring than the Charleston or Greenville locations. The food is good and well presented.
Nice bar to catch a game. Good tv presence in the bar area, even in the outdoor seating.
08-21-2010 00:27:38 | More by beer2day
3/5 rDev -21.3%
Visited 9/18/09 at 5pm. Approximately 32 taps but less than 30 drafts available on this date. Tried the house IPA, Lager and White brewed locally. IPA was creamy(?) with little to no hoppiness or flavor at all. White tasted watered down according to my wife. Lager tasted like Miller Lite. Happy hour food menu was good but not great. 12" pizza's for $6. Service was OK but barely competent. Nice building with a "deck house" feel. Air conditioning diffusers around the perimeter where some tables are make it too cold to sit there. Nice alfresco patio but it is located next to business 17 in MB, one of the busiest roads in the US. Good crowd in the bar on a week nite. Liberty has many non house beers on tap but nothing that tripped my trigger. Big disappointment except for the cheap eats.
09-19-2009 23:51:39 | More by jimmyjames8
3.78/5 rDev -0.8%
Easy to find this place as you head on 17 Southbound. Nice outdoor seating area is the first thing you notice, but it is a bit too hot for us so we head inside. The bar is a nice straight bar with plenty of stools. There is a dining area in the rear of the building.
Beerwise they had 4 Newsouth beers, 3 Liberty Brewhouse beers and Red Rocket on tap. Beer was fresh and tasty.
Bartender was prompt, but did not look for any beer knowledge from her. We did not try any food.
Defintely one of the better beer bars in Myrtle Beach, which the city overall is not a beer destination.
07-30-2009 20:19:12 | More by Gavage
4/5 rDev +5%
The place is set up with a large bar, and a decent size dining room, I like their style. Everything is wooden, the lights are nice and pub-dim. Even when busy, things are pretty laid back and quiet. This is a definite plus when you find yourself in the heart of the redneck riviera that is Myrtle Beach.
The overall quality of the offerings both beer and otherwise are rather high. The place is certainly no dive.
The service is very good as well, both at the bar and in the dining room. The staff seem pretty knowledgable when it comes to their taps, as well as their food.
Selection is not huge, but I like the local focus. In these times it just seems even more important to give the little guys a chance, especially considering the brewing talent coming out of SC, NC, and GA lately.
The food isn't bad, it just doesn't stand out. I have yet to be disappointed, but also have yet to be amazed.
The price is right, the food might be a little on the high side, but the specials on food and taps for happy hours is nice.
03-31-2009 18:34:46 | More by grayburn
4.33/5 rDev +13.6%
I just moved to the myrtle beach area and so far Liberty has the best selection of beers on tap. They had a good selection of microbrews on tap and they said they like to rotate them out frequently. They had the standard set of beers, along with some of their own brews, a few New South beers (which is a myrtle beach brewery), then they had some magic hat, terrapin, highland, thomas creek and then some other German and Irish varieties. The food was excellent and the prices weren't too bad either. The bartenders were awesome and were on top of things all night.
02-12-2009 22:28:46 | More by s005jjf
3.88/5 rDev +1.8%
Knowing that the SC beer scene is in its infancy, I came here hoping to find some serious hops, or at least something interesting. Nice inside bar area and dining roon; also great outdoor patio out front, except if you're down wind of a smoker. Went twice last week with my wife; once after golf for a beer and snack, then for "dinner" and beer outside a couple of nights later.
They carry four or so brews of New South Brewing, made right over the waterway in Myrtle Beach. $10 pitchers is a great deal. Tried the New South White; nothing special, but a fair Witbier. ALso tired their Red Ale; bland and drinkable.
Had a sampler of the IPA, my fav style, and could tell I would be disappointed if I spent money on that one. It was bitter, but lacking the floral and citrus hop flavor I crave.
Considering the beer selection at most places in the area in only Macro, the selection here is much more extensive, despite them not having anything that many BA's would consider going out of their way for. Food was good for a pub, and service was better than average. Overall, a nice place to go after golf or the beach to pound some down.
07-25-2007 18:15:03 | More by BeTheBall
Liberty Tap Room & Grill in Myrtle Beach, SC
88 out of 100 based on 12 ratings.