This package store has an exceptional selection of beers. In fact, it is the first place outside of North Carolina that I have seen Duck-Rabbit. They have a formidable variety of single-bottle beers, and lots of different six-packs. They devote more space to imports and craft brews than to megabrews.
The sales people are very helpful. When my cashier was having a problem, a manager was quick to come rectify it. They packaged my purchase quickly, and were very friendly but not overly familiar. Just about the only drawback of this store is its location - right around a curve on Buford Highway, and with one rather steep entrance, so getting in and out can be a pain in the patooty. However, if you love good beer, it is worth the trouble.
Sometimes a slightly different selection than the Ponce location. Ponce will often have beers for longer since all the shoppers from up north hit up this location first. Still one of the best selections I have ever seen in terms of quantity. The quality is the best in Atlanta as well.
nearbeer (248) Knoxville, Tennessee | June 1, 2008| Updated July 28, 2008
As previously stated, this is a must-stop if in the area. Traffic was a pain getting in and out but may have just been the time of day.
one of the best beer stores in ATL... they carry many wonderful beers from the US and abroad... A solid Belgian selection... usually will be the first store in ATL to get beer when it comes to GA. Cheaper prices for using cash or debit.
Big package store. The beer is to the left with some beer in coolers. Lots of selection, including US and foreign micros with a decent number of rarities. Prices are good, but they’re going to charge you extra for using a credit card. Staff was all really nice. Plenty of parking. Glad I stopped here.
Located just off of I-85 in Atlanta, easy location to access while passing through Atlanta. Really large selection of bombers and a good selection of 6-packs. Prices were quite cheap (at least compared to Charlotte - probably $2/bomber cheaper than I’m used to). I will definitely hit this place up again, when I am passing through town.
This might just be the best selection at a bottle shop I’ve ever come across. And hands down the lowest prices, plus discounts. 2% off for paying cash, 5% off for buying 12 or more bombers or cases. Definitely a must stop.
Having lived in Knoxville for 5 years (where Chimay is exotic, and finding red and blue at the same store is nearly unheard of), I would rename Green’s "wall of beer" to "shrine of yeast and barley." The wall of worship is far bigger than the website’s photo, and spills over into the adjacent wine section. Good selection of higher abv Belgian and other European and UK ales, plus local/regional and West coast high gravity offerings. Some of the best prices I’ve seen, too. Smallish yet diverse macro and micro area, higher quality selection than many other stores. Staff is everywhere, and two employees offered to help us (we were wine shopping as well). Store is well lit and spotless. Aisles are a little tight, but no more so than any other liquor store. Points for not having any flashy, space-wasting displays of yuppie "value" wines or trendy flavored vodkas. Probably the most spacious and navigable parking lot I’ve seen at any liquor store, period... and much easier to enter/exit than the Ponce location.