Nice place near downtown with a friendly guy working the counter who let me break up sixers. Landed a bunch of Highland 12-oz. beers and some Thomas Creek, including a new doppelbock, so that only helps to make me smile. I’d like to think that this is probably as good as it gets in Nashville.
Was in this place mid-day in the middle of the week and the staff was more interested in restocking and dusting shelves than answering questions. Great selection (for TN) on both sides. First time I’ve seen any Highland from NC in mid-TN. Found a 2003 Rogue Old Crustacean tucked in the back of one of the shelves and picked that up. They did have some different stuff than J. Barleycorn’s. Prices are comparable for those that both carry.
MrBunn (92) The Wet Side of a Dry Town, Pennsylvania | June 3, 2011
Stopped in while in Nashville this week... annoying TN problems aside (high abv stuff is in the liquor store portion and the lower beer is in the beer side.) You can split sixers, mix and match, find some good locals and decent import selection, but this is just another beer store.
Stopped in here on the way back to the hotel, heard I may be able to find some local bottles. Atmosphere was standard liquor/bottle shop with people milling around all over the place. Service was decent. Was asked twice if I needed any help, I didn’t tho. Quality seemed pretty solid. I checked a few of the bottles and they were all within their dates. Selection was pretty good but I didn’t see any local bottles I was on the lookout for which kind of sucked. Only thing I thought about buying was a special sweet water but I decided it wasn’t worth it. Prices were reasonable on most, a few were a little overpriced. Overall a good bottle shop overall, just nothing amazing.
Dedicated parking lot right in front. Small market atmosphere, doing construction when I was there. Asked a couple questions. Selection did not seem as good as Frugal Macdoogal a couple miles away. Pricing was good. You can get single bottles out of six-pack that are open, but no single can. I would go back.
Wandered into this place after finding it on RB. Several of the other reviewers have hit the point on the head. The beer side has the same selection, at roughly the same prices as does Frugal MacDoogal’s and J. Barleycorn’s. The liquor side had several things that neither of the other stores had. Prices were average to high, but that is typical of Nashville. Worth a trip to get some different beers at this location.
Mostly the same beers here as everywhere else in town. Still don’t have the Kindl Berliner Weisse I was looking for or anything like it. Not that many sour beers that I have taken a liking to. Average prices and service.
This store is laid out pretty much like a big warehouse store with lots of boxes and stuff here and there. They have a very small beer selection. I didn’t count more than twelve or so different beers. The supply and price were fairly standard for this area.
Another place where you have to buy the full 4 or 6 pack on the high alc side and that really frustrates me big time. Other than that, they have decent selection and knowledge is hit or miss.
stoad (21) laguna niguel, California | December 28, 2008
In town for a conference and looking for some east coast beers. They had a decent selection and the staff was friendly but seemed that they had more wine than beer knowledge. I found a few bottles worth taking home. I didn’t realize until later (and no one there mentioned it) they had a lower alcohol side. Luckily I figured it out before leaving TN. Stupid alcohol laws.
3fourths (1564) Boulder, Colorado | August 12, 2006| Updated April 20, 2013
Very good beer store in Nashville. On the "right hand side" where most of the beer is located, I could not find any singles, but when I asked the clerk if we could split the 6-packs he obliged, which was a good decision because I would have bought 1 6-pack otherwise, but instead I boght about 30 individual bottles. Good selection, I even found some things from Colorado and Maine that I hadn’t had, and the Terrapin was nice to finally get ahold of. Very close to Blackstone Brewery.