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    Taste of the Town's annual event will be held on Tuesday, October 18th! Come out for Myrtle Beach's premier culinary event of the year held by Saint Andrew Catholic School at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center. Enjoy food from a large variety of local restaurants, listen to live music, and have a drink or two! Event begins at 4pm.

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    Introduced in 1995 Lagunitas IPA is a well-rounded, highly drinkable IPA. A bit of Caramel Malt barley provides the richness that mellows out the twang of the hops. 6.2 ABV, 51.5 IBU, & pairs well with Mild Blue Cheese, and Hamachi Kama. Available in bottles and on draft. 


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    New Belgium Folly Pack puts a mix of your favorite New Belgium beers in one box (what could be better than that?) alongside a blast from the past Revival beer. The current 12-pack bottle Folly Pack includes: Fat Tire, Citradelic, Voodoo Ranger IPA, & Cherry Almond Ale


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Beer Commercial Hall OF FAME

It began with a vision and a 7,000 square foot warehouse. In 1965, years before the golf and condo boom propelled the Grand Strand into one of the hottest year-round resorts in the nation, John T. Stanko sensed the Strand's imminent growth. Recognizing the area's potential, Mr. Stanko set out to build a Myrtle Beach-based wholesale beverage distribution operation company which would be not only the best beverage distribution operation in the local market area, but also one of the best in the country.Today, nearly 40 years later, John Stanko's dream is a reality. Better Brands Inc. Read More >

Corona "Squirt" 2009

Real Men of Genius is a series of one- minute-long American radio advertisements for Bud Light beer created by Bob Winter, a copywriter at DDB Chicago. Each sixty-second ad pays mock tribute to an "unsung hero". The series began in 1999 and was originally called Real American Heroes. Winter's campaign has since become the most award-winning radio campaign in the history of advertising. The ads feature an announcer (Pete Stacker) and former Survivor singer Dave Bickler who echoes the announcer's sentiments over piano music.