Checked out this place while I was in Bowling Green for a Fire Department recruit meeting, and I was like a kid in a candy store. I was here for about and hour and a half and left about $150 bucks poorer. Got some Three Floyds Arctic Panzer Wolf, Sam Infinium, a few Great Lakes, a few Brooklyn beers, Bells 10,000, Sierra 30th and Beer Camps, Goose Night Stalker, Stone Oaked Bastard and some Dogfish. Staff didn’t seem to be around to help but, then again, I didn’t ask for any. Also, I found a Maker’s Mark whisky blooper pack that I hadn’t heard about and Maker’s cigars which I’m always trying to find. Overall, it was awesome! I can’t wait for my next meeting in BG so I can drive the 4 hours and come back with more treasures.
Decent selection of beer here, and a few good local items. Some imports, which are a little expensive here, but seems to be the trend in Kentucky. Mostly bombers and six packs, though there are some local singles.
Small dedicated parking right in front. Good size place. Descent quantity of beers. This place has some singles, but not all. Good prices. Descent Belgian selection and okay selection of US. Was there for quite a while and nobody asked to help. I didn’t find anything to buy. Sounds like this place used to get better stuff.
Overview: Chuck’s Wine and Spirits is aptly named: if I were shopping for either wine or spirits, this would be a premier stop, especially regarding their wine. Nearly the whole right half of the store is dedicated to wine, and even features a small lounge area with sofas and such to sit and read; also a tasting bar (seemingly for wine) in the back right of the store. Probably one of the nicest wine sections I’ve seen in the state. If you’re wanting sake ticks, there’s a shelf section dedicated to them as well, with a variety of price options.
I didn’t use any sort of service much; only to ask if they stocked any Tennessee beers (they don’t) but I was approached and asked if I needed assistance, so kudos for that. So, to beer... their selection reminds me of Liquor Barn, maybe a little better than the average Liquor Barn. What concerns me is the age of some things in stock that simply aren’t meant to age. 2011 bottles of Czech imperial pils, for instance. Otherwise, you aren’t likely to find anything here that you couldn’t find at stores in Lexington or Louisville. Price-wise, I’d imagine they were competitive in the area.
PROS: Lots of beer to choose from; nice wine/sake section. CONS: Questionable age on some items (makes you wonder about the stock at-large); no growler station. OVERALL: Worth a stop if you’re coming into Bowling Green from TN, but not so much if you’re coming in from KY metros. A limited amount of parking on premise, and close to I-65.
Large store. beers are at the back and on the left. Pretty large selection,but nothing that I hadn’t already had at the local breweries. Large selection of bourbons. Chuck himself was very friendly and helpful
Typical beer store - probably 200 different choices with a lot of variety, but nothing I haven’t seen before. Very small selection of singles, with no particular theme. The "beer guy" was very willing to assist, and probably knows his stuff. I didn’t see any signs of taps or growlers. Overall, good.
Stopped by here to check out the selection. Pretty good sized liquor store with lots of beer. Good service all around. Selection was great, not the best we saw but they had some stuff we didn’t see anywhere else. Great prices too. Check this place out if you’re in the area.
jbrana (33) NASHVILLE, Tennessee | March 3, 2012| Updated April 12, 2013
This store has sadly gone down hill. They used to have a great selection of beer, however their selection has declined, and their prices have gone up.
Located not too far off of exit 22, this is a popular place for us Nashvillians to get out of market beer. For starters, they have Bells, FFF, Founders, Goose Island, etc. Second, they bring in limited release and rare kegs for growler fills. This is because Blake, and avid beer enthusiast himself, has established friendships with the craft beer community in the region. You call ahead and show up when he is working, he’ll treat you right. The selection can vary at times because Blake moves a lot of beer, especially the rare and limited release stuff. Sometimes you have to ask for stuff because it’s not on the floor. Great store with great people running it.