This place is a great little place to get good beer. Itís got other stuff too, but I only focused on the beer. Itís a small store, but it met my needs.
The service is top notch. I was heading down for vacation a couple weeks ago and placed an order about a month ahead of time. They worked with me and gave suggestions in case they couldnít get certain things in, but in the end, everything worked out great.
Looking forward to going back.
All the Broudyís locations in Jacksonville and Orange Park have been a great place for craft beer for many years. Best selection in the area other than Total Wine. Prices are reasonable, not the absolute lowest, but good. Its a decent place, clean and well lit. Each store has at least one person who is knowledgeable of craft beer, but there are a few clueless as well. I have shopped there for years and continue to. The beaches location was the first, I believe, and they typically have had the best selection. They are usually agreeable to selling singles from six packs that are not sealed. The other locations frown on that.
With a bit of research this place seemed to be the place to go to if there was only time for one bottle shop visit. I couldnít find anything worth picking up that I couldnít get in the Tampa area. There was a couple I couldnít get but they were light weight brews that appeared to have lots and lots of age on them so I didnít risk it. I was glad to see Cigar City Humidor Series on the shelf at the same price as the best pricing in Tampa. So thatís very cool. It was an interesting stop by I doubt Iíll have reason to go here again.
Stopped there with ibrew2or3.
Scant beer selection, nothing really amazing that you canít fins in Tampa / Orlando area. Some GA beers manage to come down here.
Beer selection was rather small with plenty of dusty outdated bottles; selling winter seasonal at full price at the end of August. Beers were fairly priced.
Good local place, nothing really worth a stop, and it doesnít look like beer is their specialty.
Decent place for a liquor store at the beach. Friendly as long as you read the sign on the way in, LOL. decent selection, but its a small store and not much room. Can sometime has stuff that total wine does not. prices are higher sadly, but those Ponte Verde folks I guess donít mind the place is usually packed.
beer knowledge here is limited to one person. They really don;t give a hoot as many times as I been in here and asked about stuff. The will Rochefort though when no one else does, well Euro street at the beach does, that place is why i go to the beach anyway.
Came here on business travel based on Ratebeer inputs. Selection is pretty good, all beer is available in singles. Ambiance is liquor-store-ish. Was asked if I needed help with anything soon after I was there. Easy to find - didnít have the map in front of me while driving by, but the purple neon sign caught my eye.
Located off of A1A in strip shopping area. Nice clean package store. Staff asked if they could help find anything as soon as I walked in. Two shelfs of singles and larger bottle and eight coolers of six packs. I was told I could pulll a single from any non-sealed packs. Large selection of wines and hard alcohol and assorted package store extras. Good location if in the area.
The best of the Broudyís in my opinion for overall selection. They have of late been assmbling a fairly decent selection of Belgians, German and a few other solid imports. Picked up some nice Christmas beers this past year such as Stille Nacht ($7.99?!), Scaldis Noel, Samiclaus. Hibernation, Jubilation, Mendocino Winter, Val Dieu, Affligem to name a few. Prices, as with all the Broudyís, can track on the high side (as noted above). Also, $8.99 for bomber of Oak Aged Yeti; $11.99 for 4 pack of North Coast Old Stock. Another plus however, unlike the Fleming Island store, they let you purchase everything in singles which is nice.