As far as available beers, they did much better than anyone else in Myrtle. What a beer graveyard. Selection was good for the area. Found some Founders, Terrapin and Harpoon I was unable to get back in MD. Two price scales: Cash or Non-Cash. Cash prices were not even that big of a deal. But, I was not picky for what I had to work with.
Selection has apparently improved since the last rating. I found many hard to find beers here, some of which I drank on our hotel patio, others which I brought home since I can’t find them within an hour of my home. Selection included Orval, St Bernardus, Westmalle Dubbel, Rochefort 6,8,& 10, Ommegang Abbey Ale, several Rogues, Great Divides and lots of micros. It took a while to browse through everything. Prices seemed a little high, but I did enjoy a couple large Lion Stouts for 2.95 each.
Blah...they weren’t kidding when they said Myrtle Beach was a beer graveyard. This was the only store that I found that had more than the usual BCM swill. Had some German and Oriental(?) imports mostly but here’s the giveaway..I asked an employee if they had any Belgian beers he said "Belgian?"..I said yes. He looked on the shelves for a minute and said "Do you know who makes it?" He thought it was a brand. Nuff said
kujo9 (32) North Ridgeville, Ohio | March 22, 2007
Unfortunately, this is about as good as the selection of beer gets in Myrtle Beach! Some local stuff available, but most if it is macro import stuff. Other nationally distributed micros as well, but hey, in MB, you take what you can get.
When you walk into a store and you ask what kind of beer they have tne the reply is "We have both types, bud and bud light" you know your i beer hell, this place stands out when trying to find a real beer and not commericial swill, not a great selection but definatly worth visiting. They carry some of the locals too.
jb (165) Rochester, New York | February 25, 2007| Updated May 11, 2016
Not a huge selection, but they had some local beers, and classic American, English and German selections.
Exceptionally good beers, excellent selection of Belgium, German and English. Service was intended, but in a laid-back way, only initially. It looked like most people knew what to get and where. Even local stuff no single bottles which was a drawback. Place was tidy and beer was in one area, but still a bit difficult to find things by oneself. Belgiums had their own walk-in in cooler, 3 sides by at least 3 shelves. A very good beer store anywhere, plus the regular booze, and 2 alert cashiers. Lots of parking, not too far from mid-town tourist area
This is definitely the worst Green’s Beverage store. I make sure to patronize the one in Columbia on the way if I go anywhere near eastern SC. This place had maybe one shelf of some import beers and very few micros. Not much point in going out of my way to visit this place.
A beer/wine store, with what may be a good selection for SC, but not what I would consider a very good selection. They had a few hard to finds, but nothing that really interested me. I did pick up a NC Tar Heels bottle opener that plays the Carolina fight song everything you pop a top, which is ammusing given that my world revolves around Tar Heel basketball. If you’re in the area and you need some beer, check them out. They have tons of everyday swill, but limited selection of the good stuff. My $.02.
This place had a large selection including macros, rare beers, seasonals, and imports. The service was good but I was a little confused when they had to take my picture becuase I was from out of state.