Great liquor store in Ashwaubenon. Best craft beer selection around. Very friendly and helpful staff. Owner Chris does a great job bringing in a super selection of craft beers. Very nice store. Chris has been in the craft beer business since the beginning of the craft beer craze and both he and his staff are very knowledgeable. Ridgeview also carries a nice wine section.
Nice place. Small, standalone building with it's own dedicated parking. Warning: Google Maps made me miss this place. Huge selection, most of which is available as singles. Shelf tags will have a "single" price next to the pack price, and you are free to rip open packs if that single price is listed, which is a vast majority of the beers. No rarities, but lots of uncommon stuff, including seasonals. Selection spans local, national, and international selections. Decent cider selection. About half the store is beer and the other half is wine / spirits. A little pricy, but you get 10% off 6 or more. I got 3 six packs of new ticks for $41. Only one employee, so no help in the aisles, but he was exceptionally helpful and friendly. Recommended stop while in Green Bay.
My first time in Ridgeview and I was surprise to find many of selections that I have been unable to find elsewhere in the Green Bay area. They offered singles pricing on nearly everything they had in stock. The staff was extremely helpful. Offered to help me find different beers that I was seeking. I will definitely check them out again, during my next Green Bay visit.
Stopped in on the way to Rowland’s Calumet, post-Titletown.
Inside it was spacious, as if a small grocery store had a few aisles removed and liquor put in instead. There was some open area in the center, I wandered past a tasting table on my way to the back for the beer. The local WI beers were conveniently clustered in one aisle, and singles were available. Imports and bomber/750s facing them in an opposite aisle. Cuvée Rene, Hop Ruiter, Duchesse were a few of the imports, noticed JP and Bruery 750s across from them. Most of the usual crafts in the cooler, some seasonals. Display of NG Thumbprint series on the floor with singles on the shelf nearby. Friendly service, the beer guy was helpful and offered help while I wandered the aisles. Overall a solid beer spot in Green Bay, though wasn’t really wowed.