jbrana (33) NASHVILLE, Tennessee | March 3, 2012| Updated December 14, 2012
This place will occasionally get in decent bottles, but has a habit of price gouging. I got on their list for Pappy Van Winkle, and they called me trying to sell me bottles for over double the suggested retail price. There are plenty of other liquor stores in Bowling Green with a better selection and more importantly, better business ethics.
Down in BG while trying out for the fire department. Decided to check out this store because I had already been to Chuck’s. Pretty good selection. I talked to their "beer guy" for a while and found some pretty cool stuff. Walked away with a Dogfish Squall, a Stone Vertical Epic 10 and a Nogne O Dark Horizon 2nd edition. Store was very neat and clean. Well lit and well organized. I really liked the beerbible.com shelf talkers they had. It made it much easier for me to decide what I wanted. I will be back.
THE SELECTION OF BEER IS OK, BUT I SEEN SOME OLD "OLD" STUFF IN THERE. PRETTY EXPENSIVE ALSO! THE SERVICE WAS OK, SOME YOUNGER GUY SEEM TO KNOW MOSTLY ANYTHING THAT I ASKED. FOR THE REST OF THE STORE! WELL EXPENSIVE IS THE ONLY WORD THAT I CAN THINK OF. THE KROGERS ACROSS THE STREET HAS BETTER PRCES AND JUST AS GOOD OF A SELECTION. DON’T BOTHER!
I enjoy visiting this place on every trip to Bowling Green. Greenwood doesnt have prices as low as Chucks just up the road, but you can buy singles here. This is a great place to fill in holes in your beer tasting. The selection may be better than Chucks, it just depends on the day that you are there. Another must visit in Bowling Green.
Good selection but nonetheless I got disappointed. I was looking for Sprecher Dark Lager and they didn’t have it and couldn’t get it. But they did have enough that I found several I’m looking forward to trying. Several I bought were based on the suggestions of the staff. Friday afternoon tasting sound fun but I haven’t made it to those. I does appear that their interest in the microbrews is genuine. I didn’t even look at any of the edibles.
They have a humongous beer wall that could be overwhelming, but there is constantly helpful and knowledgeable staff offering their assistance with your beer choices. They have familiar and even more unfamiliar selections in lots of beer varieties (wheat ales, lambics, dopplebachs, IPAs, etc etc). Every Friday they have beer tastings hosted by friendly and informative employees with in-house made beer cheese and/or olive dip, crackers, and cheese blocks to nibble with the brews. (Saturdays they also have wine tastings for all you wine drinkers.)
I’ve definitely expanded my beer pallet and knowledge thanks to them. Great for vetern/new/curious beer drinkers
They have a wide selection of micro-brews from (but not limited to) Bells, Rogue, Stone, Dogfish Head, Shaflay, Ommegang, and a lot of imports. Probably the largest selection of micro-brews in Bowling Green. They keep up with the seasonal and limited edition beers. The staff is more than willing to help you out and do special orders, and they have beer on tap for tastings every Friday.
Hell, a lot of beer. Great for any beer geek.
jomomma (3) huiguigtiugiu, Kentucky | December 22, 2007
everything was ok, there prices were high i went to a few other stores and found everything that i got at a cheaper price but all in all i wasnt impressed
jamesbs (3) bowling green, Kentucky | December 18, 2007
WELL, I JUST MOVED TO BOWLING GREEN FROM CALIFORNIA AND WAS LOOKING FOR A GOOD SELECTION OF MICROS. I DECIDED TO GO IN AND SEE WHAT THEY WERE ALL ABOUT. IT’S A BIG STORE FOR SURE, BUT FOR THE MOST PART OUTDATED.THE STAFF I THINK IS NEW. I FOUND A FEW SINGLES TO TRY BUT EVERYTHING ELSE WAS SO HI PRICED. AT A FEW DOLLARS HIGHER ON EVERYTHING THAN OTHER STORES IN TOWN. IT MIGHT BE A QUICK STOP FOR THOSE ON THE INTERSTATE THOUGH.