Billed as South Carolina’s first brewpub since Prohibition and the only one on the island, this establishment in Hilton Head Plaza just off the Sea Pines traffic circle always has five handcrafted beers ready for drinking: South Atlantic Pale Ale, Calibogue Amber, Old Duck Dark, Raspberry Wheat, and a seasonal brew. Although the pub takes on the atmosphere of a bar late at night, the restaurant offers casual dining for families at lunch and during the evening. Watching the turtles, ducks, and geese in the pond outside the pub’s enclosed porch will keep the kids entertained. The menu yields a large variety of choices, including hand-tossed pizzas, burgers, steaks, and huge sandwiches. And then there are the chicken wings, named the best at the island’s WingFest event in 2000, 2001, and 2002. The pub, which opened in December 1994, has room for about 155 customers, including seats for 60 on the porch. On Wednesday evenings the staff removes the tables and chairs from the area around the large bar and a DJ presides over Disco Night.