We had a little difficulty with the sat. nav. and drove round a huge mall car park several times before spotting this place in a much smaller parade of shops on the opposite side of the road. It sells mainly wine and spirits but has a decent beer section at the back. Unfortunately many of the local beers were only available in six packs - not much use when you have only a few days left in the country and are leaving by ‘plane. You can build your own six pack of some of the larger bottles, the price depending on the contents, but not all the bottles were included in the deal. Still, there was a good selection and the service was friendly.
(Visited 19 February 2014).
Great selection of imports and high ABV with a decent offering of micros. About 1/5 of the floor space is devoted to beer. This place is much better than the one at 4618 Habersham Street (we visited both while in Savannah, why not?)
I have no real complaints about this place. It’s well organized ,accessible, fairly priced, and has a vast selection. As with most Georgia markets, the focus is primarily on imports, with plenty of obscure stuff I’ve rarely seen, but the U.S. micro selection is commendable. I was happy with my overall experience and can say this was the one-stop beer supershop on my trip wth no real negatives. I’ll most likely go back tomorrow.
This Habersham’s outpost provides the best beer selection in Savannah. Typical liquor store interior with the main beer selection located at the back of the store. Well organised and varied selection. Plenty of interesting stuff from the likes of Boulevard, New Belgium, Founders, Bells and CCB to name but a few. Pricing seems pretty good to me. A must-visit when in Savannah.
This very good store in the Savannah suburbs has an excellent selection of imports, but the American selection was somewhat disappointing the day I visited. No Terrapin seasonals at all! I guess they don’t get large quantities of them. The warehouse set-up is rather easy to go through, although it may reach clutter in some areas. Overall, a fun beer shopping experience if you are in the area, but don’t expect to see all the Terrapins and Sweetwaters you want at all times.
WATCH THE CASHIER CLOSELY IF BUYING SINGLES I go here about three times a year when visiting Savannah. Lately, just about every bomber I have purchased has been skunked. They need to invoke some quality standards. Will be looking for another bottle shop on my visits to Savannah from now on<HR>Rerate - now that the Georgia ABV law has passed this place has really picked it up. Many more Belgians and other higher ABV selections.
Original - For a liquor store in Georgia, this is not a bad place. Has a great selection of average to above average English, Scottish, and Irish beers plus a few Belgians and assorted Eastern Euros. The Micro selection is a bit lacking, but have not been there yet after the 6% law went by the wayside - will report again after that. Probably have about 400 bottles in all - almost all sold in singles - be careful at the register - some ring up as sixes - but they cheerfully refund your money - even called them a few days later and they credited my debit card - nice. Worth a visit if you are in Savannah - also have a second location at 4618 Habersham Street which I have not been to.
Generally a good place with a couple rarer beers I can’t find in my area. A food selection of European imports. Prices are anliwee below average for the most part. Great that you can buy singles of everything.
Quick swing through on my way up 95. Kind of a knotty section of town, though it’s not the store’s fault that the street layout is a bit challenged. Spacious and well-stocked joint, with beer taking up a sizable portion of the store’s back third. You won’t find the kind of selection you’d expect in Atlanta or anything, but there were loads and loads of craft micros well represented. Some CCB, Wild Heaven, and other fine regionals, good selection of Cali stuff from Port/LA, Bruery, and others. Belgian selection wasn’t the greatest I’ve seen but it was certainly solid. If you’ve got some time while on the highway, it’s worth a stop, and obviously essential if you’re staying in Savannah.
Établissement visité le samedi 7 mars vers 15h30. Ambiance: Grande surface avec une section de bière classé par pays. Service: Le personnel est prêt à nous aider en tout temps et est connaisseur. Sélection: Bonne section de bière américaine et européenne. (122e rating d’établissement)