convenient off the interstate, and more importantly, convenient to my hotel for the evening. Mostly a wine and liquor store, in the back corners they have some 6 packs and a few larger format bottles, some of which are cold. Some pretty decent or interesting grabs, I guess that’s what happens when you have a beer store in the hell that is Arkansas. This place does not have a huge selection, but I would venture in again if I find my self in purgatory sometime in the future.
I don’t know what else to say about this place that hasn’t been said already. It’s the arguably the best spirit shop in the state and I can only think of one other store in the area that rivals Springhill’s selection. Every now and then one of the guys will pull his cellar’d personal stash out for tastings. Great selection of imports and limited edition beers.
It has a variety of beers from a dozen countries. A descent selection, probably second best in the Little Rock metro area. The other place in West Little Rock has more Belgians and a lot more singles, which is nice. Overall, I’m glad to see that more variety is coming into the state.
definately a diamond in the rough. I found beers here that i have never seen which was a pleasant suprise. Prices were good but seemed to be a bit "stiff" feeling for some reason. yet again another place to pick up some midwest and south beers. I was very pleased!
Hands down the best beer store in the state, the staff know their products and the management keeps in stock all of the best beers available in arkansas. Also Springhill will age certain beers which I do not think anyone else is doing in Arkansas. Come in and talk to me.
Springhill Wine and Spirits Manager
Nice store that offers a good selection at a fair price. They had several different beers from what I normally see in Dallas area. The staff was helpful and offered some info on a new shipment of Bourbon County Stout that was due to arrive shortly. Definitely worth the trip across the city and I’ll be stopping in the next time I’m in town too.