Nothing entices the senses quite like the perfect beer and food pairing. Envision the ideal melding of flavors, a sensual dance of aromas, flavors and colors from plate and pint alike.

At Fireforge Crafted Beer, we love to drink beer with food. That’s why we’ve built an on-site prep kitchen for making sandwiches, shareable snacks,  sides and desserts. Our culinary team is mainly made of passionate home cooks from within the Fireforge staff.

Many of our beers are inspired by favorite foods, nostalgic dishes and culinary curiosities sampled on our many travels. We give our relationships with vendors as much importance as our relationship with the food itself, always seeking to bring you the best in locally-sourced ingredients when possible.

Please note: Our menu is subject to change due to availability of ingredients. We ask for patience if our weekly menu in the taproom isn’t exactly what’s included here.


Toasted Soft Pretzels from Pawleys Island-based ElJay Pretzels with our house-made pimento beer cheese and brown mustard.


Three Cheese Grilled Cheese with muenster, havarti and smoked gouda on sourdough bread. Our homemade kimchi honey is on the side for dipping!

Reuben Sammie with a generous heap of tender pastrami, Swiss cheese, Fireforge sauerkraut and house-made 1000 Island Dressing on rye bread.

Roast Beef & Horseradish, a lavish layering of roast beef, provolone and tomato on a French demi-baguette with house-made horseradish aioil, and spicy microgreens.

Sassy Sides:

Kimchi Mac & Cheese is the marriage of creamy smoked gouda and sharp cheddar cheese smothering nostalgic shell pasta, then topped with our tangy, slightly spicy kimchi. 

Tommy Pickles, our spunky, house-made pickled cucumbers.

Assorted kettle chips.

Plain Mac & Cheese and Kimchi are also available as sides.


Cheesecake or Sweet Treat of the Week made in-house. Yes, beer and cheesecake go exceptionally well together, especially IPAs. If cheesecake is unavailable, ask about our sweet treat of the week, ranging from playful “brookie” bars to seasonally-inspired bread pudding.