This is definitely the worst Greenís Beverage store. I make sure to patronize the one in Columbia on the way if I go anywhere near eastern SC. This place had maybe one shelf of some import beers and very few micros. Not much point in going out of my way to visit this place.
Exceptionally good beers, excellent selection of Belgium, German and English. Service was intended, but in a laid-back way, only initially. It looked like most people knew what to get and where. Even local stuff no single bottles which was a drawback. Place was tidy and beer was in one area, but still a bit difficult to find things by oneself. Belgiums had their own walk-in in cooler, 3 sides by at least 3 shelves. A very good beer store anywhere, plus the regular booze, and 2 alert cashiers. Lots of parking, not too far from mid-town tourist area
Stopped in here everytime in Myrtle back from í04í thru í08í When we stayed in town for spring break. One side of the building beer. The other side hard liquor. They had the best supply in the area of craft beer. It was not much as compared to places up here in NY though. It did the job.
jb (141) Rochester, New York | February 25, 2007| Updated May 11, 2016
Not a huge selection, but they had some local beers, and classic American, English and German selections.
One of the few places in the Myrtle Beach area with a decent selection of craft beer... not large by comparison, but enough to make the trip worthwhile if you are tired of looking at piles of AB-InBev products in the other stores. Your typical crowded beer store. Property includes a Greenís liquor store (separate entrance). We were a bit disappointed that there were very few local/regional offerings in their selection. Nobody at the store was knowledgeable about the beer selection and could not tell me why no locals. I thought the prices were pretty high compared to what we found in other local stores carrying craft beer.
Blah...they werenít kidding when they said Myrtle Beach was a beer graveyard. This was the only store that I found that had more than the usual BCM swill. Had some German and Oriental(?) imports mostly but hereís the giveaway..I asked an employee if they had any Belgian beers he said "Belgian?"..I said yes. He looked on the shelves for a minute and said "Do you know who makes it?" He thought it was a brand. Nuff said
Rating from April 2009 and April 2011. This is simply a place to stop if you canít get to a couple other places nearby. Decent selection, prices are ok. It does the job. Looking at some of the recent reviews, I will be sure to pay attention on my visit soon.
Not a bad selection at all. Basically little of nothing on the import end, but a good selection of American craft brews. Prices were fair. I saw a few overpriced beers, but most were reasonably priced. Some were downright cheap for what they were, (Southern Tier for $6.99?!! They go for $9.99 in Louisville). No mix and match, unfortunately. But on the plus side for the traveler, most of the beer is warm. Though they do have a cooler that houses some stuff not available warm. They do have taps now too, 6 of íem. Looked like mostly brewery flagship beers though. Didnít really talk to the people working about any beers, but they lady who rang me up seemed friendly enough and engaged me in small chit-chat. Not quite the selection that the Market Commons Piggly Wiggly has, but nice none the less.
kujo9 (32) North Ridgeville, Ohio | March 22, 2007
Unfortunately, this is about as good as the selection of beer gets in Myrtle Beach! Some local stuff available, but most if it is macro import stuff. Other nationally distributed micros as well, but hey, in MB, you take what you can get.