[image-1] Pour Taproom, the “tallest rooftop bar” on the peninsula, has, since, its opening, been a solid place to sip cider, beer, wine, and cocktails. The taproom has recently hired Chef Dean Szablewski, a former Marine, to head up a new “beer-centric” menu, so patrons have some elevated bar fare to soak up the 70+ libations on tap.

“Beer has always been the main feature of Pour Taproom and I am excited to incorporate some local brews into my menu items,” said Szablewski in a press release. “I will showcase fresh, local produce as I do my takes on some Southern classics.”

[image-4] These takes on Southern classics include cider and peach bork belly, Pour Nachos with IPA cheese sauce, Barrett’s Ginger Beer and Abita root beer roasted pork shoulder sliders, a new take on shrimp and grits,  a Lowcountry salad, and loaded hummus with pita chips.

Check out the full menu below:
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