Visited on a Wednesday afternoon. A combination wine/beer store with a bar in the the back and some tables in the middle of the store. A pretty good selection of beers. Their selection seems to veer a little more towards the higher cost beers (i.e. bombers by The Bruery, Allagash, etc), as opposed to local options. Compared to other bottle shops of comparable size, I don’t think you’ll find as much local NC/SC breweries. Not that they don’t have that, just maybe less of a focus. The bar in the back has beer on tap and wine available. Prices seemed a touch high, but not that much above other bottle shops. This place is a little distance from where I live and work, so I don’t see myself coming back - there are closer places that I like more.
Part of a mall area, so plenty of free parking. Beer is in the back and on the left in some coolers and shelves. Bar on the back right. Pretty good selection of locals (had quite a bit of the hoppy stuff), Belgians, but really light on Germans. Prices are the highest for the area for the two beer runs I have done. I would go back at the end of my beer run.
Located in the back corner of a shopping center. The beer is in the back left corner of a rather nice wine store setup. They also have a bar in the back with a lot of nice local and regional craft taps. They don’t have everything but what they have is pretty editorial though judging by all the sixers on tops of counters they’re selling as much as they have room for. The on,y drawback are the prices which aren’t cheap but are typical for Charlotte. All in all if I had to vote for the best bottle shop in Charlotte I’d pick this one.
A great place to shop for bottles and enjoy a draught. It is divided nicely with beer on one side and wine on the other. I only come for the beer. It’s nice to grab a draught while looking for bottles of beer both in coolers and on shelves. They have a decent selection of bottles (pricey) with many that you can find nearby at a lower price. Servers are always knowledgeable and won’t leave you thirsty. The rotating kegs will keep you coming back. I wish they updated their website with a current draught list and had a list of bottles.
A fantastic beer selection by any measure, both draught and bottle. It’s more wine bar than anything, and very suburb adult lifestyle at that. But if that’s not your thing the beer and friendly service will more than make up for it. Tons of local and small American brewery stuff not normally seen in my travels. The import selection is very well curated. it’s not huge but it is well selected. They have cheeses, snacks.
Excellent selection of beers on rapidly rotating taps. Almost every day you stop in here there will be one or two new beers including many hard to find options. The food menu is limited but everything is good. The service is friendly and knowledgeable but can get overwhelmed at peak times. The bar is pretty small but there are a good number of tables plus a little bit of seating out front. If you can’t find any draft beers to suit your taste then you can choose from a huge selection of bottles.
Modern place with a wide variety of draft beers, and of course you can buy a bottle out of one of the fridges, or off the shelves, and drink it on premises. They have a handful of unusual finds that I haven’t seen at other stores in the area, and their prices are lower than the places closer to the city center. Worth a stop.