Large selection and some of the best prices in SC. Particularly strong in regional craft beers and European beers. Don’t miss the separate small high-end beer room on right soon after entering the store.
Nov. 2014 update: The store has greatly increased their slection of domestic 12 oz. singles, although many beers remain available only in 4- or 6-packs.
Nice newer place, big selection, lot’s of beer and wine. Lots of local stuff as well as widely distributed stuff, lot’s of stuff that doesn’t usually sit on the shelf very long. Nice staff. Good place.
lithy (156) Capital of Appalachia, Pennsylvania | June 7, 2010
Odd duck. Large selection but little of note. A couple pricy Cascade fruit sours, but almost no local or even regional beer. Only singles in the cooler, no mixed sixes etc. Discount for cash/debit.
Green’s has a pretty good selection, and I like their Belgian / Craft beer cooler, especially during the summer. They do a good job getting interesting offerings into the store. I’ve never found their service to be anything special, but I usually don’t ever ask for any help. They also run interesting sales on overstocks or soon to go out-of-date items, which you can sometimes get very cheaply. They also have a limited amount of glassware, which is nice. Worth stopping by if you are in the area.
My final stop on the whirlwind lunchtime beer tour of Greenville, SC, via car. Beer section here was configured awkwardly, in a weirdly triangular section of the store tucked away with a separate entrance and all. But it was definitely worth a stop, given the growler station and the above average selection of local and national craft, with a fairly decent selection of imports too.
This place has a fairly good beer selection. It seems to be more imports than American micros. There are a few brews from SC that are available for rather cheap, so that was worth checking out. The best thing about this place is the price. There are some really good bargains to be found i.e. 6 pack of Palmetto Porter for $4.75. -[October 27, ’07] South Carolina finally lifted the 6% abv law and Green’s quickly followed suit. They have a temperature controlled cellar filled with nothing but Belgian styled brews. The selection here has improved, but doesn’t quite match the quality of the Green’s in Columbia. The regional selection has also improved with some Highland, Duck Rabbit, Thomas Creek, and Atlanta beers on the shelf.