Myrtle Beach beer & wine

At the end of a long day of exciting sightseeing on the water, heart-racing outdoor adventures, and thrilling amusement park rides, the mood of the evening inevitably calls for some time to wind down. Yet that doesn’t necessarily have to mean turning in to your hotel room at 5 pm! In fact, happy hour is just getting started at many of the breweries and wineries in Myrtle Beach. These venues will relax your spirits with unique craft brews and delight your senses with locally-made wine.

winery in Myrtle Beach

Wineries in Myrtle Beach

Spend an evening at a winery in Myrtle Beach, and you’re guaranteed to experience a new and unexpected side to wine. For instance, have you ever tasted muscadine wine before? Duplin Winery in North Myrtle Beach specializes in this sweet and easily sippable wine. No reservations are needed to stay for a tasting of award-winning muscadine wines in flavors like Cotton Candy, Pum’kin, Rosé, Blackberry and Sangria. Aside from bottles of wine, you’ll find a variety of other unique souvenirs at Duplin Winery, such as muscadine supplements, dressings, dips, jellies, sweetzer mixes, soaps, apparel, and more.

You’ll definitely want to save room in your itinerary to visit Silver Coast Winery, the first winery in Brunswick County. Explore the on-site art gallery and the beautiful waterfall display in the Barrel Room while you sip on a glass of wine. Their downtown Southport location offers tastings of their award-winning European-style wines and craft beer on tap. Make sure to check their website for upcoming events to catch some live music while you’re there!

Grapefull Sisters Vineyard is worth the scenic thirty-minute drive from North Myrtle Beach into tobacco farmland. Their extensive property includes a rustic inn designed like a tobacco barn, an RV park, porch swing, and plenty of picnic space. Grapefull Sisters produces high-quality muscadine wines in nine delightful varieties, including the semi-dry white Sister’s Folly, the Red Roof Burgundy, the sweet Picnic wine, and the Waccamaw White made from Magnolia grapes. Stop by from 1pm to 6pm to taste their wines, jams, and jellies and breathe in that fresh country air.

Myrtle Beach brewery

Myrtle Beach Breweries & Taprooms

Wine tastings are ideal when the flavor of the afternoon calls for sophistication or romance. On the other hand, your group might just be feeling something more casual or high-energy. In Myrtle Beach, there’s certainly no shortage of delicious grub to pair with a refreshing pint of craft beer. Next time you could go for an ice-cold beer, these venues will introduce you to experimental brews or sling your known favorites for a good time out on the town

Red Hare Brewing

Red Hare Brewing

About a half-hour drive from North Myrtle Beach in Shallotte, NC, Red Hare Brewing is constantly experimenting with the art of barrel-aged craft brew. You never know what new and exciting flavors will be on tap when they rotate small batch and seasonal beers all year long! Plus, their all-season brews alone make a refreshing flight for a sunny day. Try the Long Day Lager, a sweet and malty golden lager infused with citrusy Pacific Northwest hops, or the Soft J, a hazy and slightly bitter IPA with fruity notes of orange and tangerine. Then, sit back and enjoy the brewery’s entertainment of the day, including yoga classes, food trucks, and comedy nights.

Old Chicago Pizza & Taproom

Old Chicago Pizza & Taproom

Old Chicago Pizza & Taproom boasts a 40-year-long tradition of delicious pizza and beer, plus the extensive beer menu to prove it. From wheat beers and IPAs to sours and stouts, their collection of 100+ beers represents the finest of local and domestic brewers from all over the nation. Bring your friends and your appetite, too, for a generous spread of original Chicago-style pizzas, hand-tossed wings, burgers, calzones, and pasta to pair with your first round. No matter your preference in beer, Old Chicago Pizza & Taproom is guaranteed to have more options than you can try in one night.

Liberty Tap Room & Grill

Liberty Tap Room & Grill

Get your night started with Happy Hour at Liberty Tap Room & Grill. You can get your choice of draft pints, house wines, and house liquors for only $4 from 4pm to 8pm. Plus, their regular beer menu consists of dozens of rotating prospects. Sit down with one of your favorite beers from national brewing companies like Corona, Stella Artois, Blue Moon, and Yuengling. Then, branch out to try regional breweries like Hi-Wire Brewing, Highland Brewing Company, Lexington Brewing & Distilling Co., and Sycamore Brewing. When you stay for dinner and a football game, you can look forward to American fare like burgers, pizzas, tacos, Lowcountry-inspired specialties, and more.

Wild Wing Cafe

Wild Wing Cafe

Wild Wing Cafe is also open daily for Happy Hour from 4pm to 7pm. Arrive early enough to catch the game and treat the whole table to signature appetizers and bar snacks like Buffalo Shrimp, David’s Chicken and Friends, and BBQ Chicken Nachos. Then, chow down on burgers, sandwiches, wraps, grilled entrées, soups, and salads. Of course, it’s not a bona fide Wild Wing experience without a gigantic platter of hot wings. The wings come in portions of 6, 12, 18, 30 or 60, depending on how much you feel like sharing, and smothered in your choice of three sauces among 24 flavors. At Wild Wing Cafe, you’ll understand precisely why American classics and cold beer were meant for each other!

Dave & Buster's Myrtle Beach

Dave & Buster’s

If you’re not quite ready to wind down but like the sound of delicious beer and cocktails, Dave & Buster’s should be your next move. First, regain your energy with a satisfying dinner of burgers, wings, and entrées, like the smokehouse BBQ ribs and fire-grilled Atlantic salmon. Once it’s time for another round of drinks, consider supercharging your cocktail with an extra shot for only $3 or going big with a cocktail tower. With beer, wine or cocktail in hand, you’ll be ready to light up the rest of your night with arcade games, billiards, and sports games on TV.

When you’re on vacation, you don’t want to miss out on all that the area has to offer just because you’re ready to wind down. A tasting at a Myrtle Beach winery or brewery can be a laid-back activity as well as a chance to try some local delights. On the other hand, if your friend group would rather ramp up your energy to suit the nightlife, the local restaurants can step in with live music, games, and exquisite libations. At the end of a long day, there’s nothing better than a cold beer or an aromatic glass of wine to strike the right tone for the night on your Myrtle Beach getaway.

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About Nicole Miller

Nicole Miller is a native Tennessean who currently resides in Asheville, North Carolina. She loves spending time in the great outdoors, such as camping, hiking, and mountain biking. She also enjoys exploring all that the Smoky Mountains have to offer.

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