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.
Cool place, nothing fancy. Great selection and prices seemed low compared to what I’m used to. Lots of good avery, new belgium, moylans, a few good imports, and they have beer from oklahoma too.
lithy (156) Capital of Appalachia, Pennsylvania | October 23, 2009
Big floorspace, low shelving, big selection. Some beer available cold, no mixed sixes which was unfortunate as I would have bought much more. Other than that, staff was extremely helpful, noticed I had a list and offered to look it over to make sure I didn’t miss something they had. Prices seemed fair, featured their local brews from Diamond Bear right at the front of the store by the door, which is always nice to see.
This place has the best selection in Little Rock. The beer selection in Arkansas is not that great, but this place has anything that is distributed in the state. They have a fairly balanced selection. There is a good amount of German, English, and Belgian brews. They have beer on the shelves and in a cooler. The staff isn’t really that helpful, but I never really asked for help. One time they did have a New Belgium tasting (La Folie and Biere de Mars) and the girl doing that was very nice. I’m sure their beer manager is on point though because he’s picked out a pretty good selection. Prices are fairly reasonable.
This is by far the best beer store in central Arkansas. They carry just about every beer available in central Arkansas including New Belgium, Diamond Bear, Avery, Boulevard, Unibroue. Eric, the beer manager, is very knowledgeable. I drive almost 60 miles to shop at this store. No other store in central Arkansas compares.
Great selection of beers. Arkansas is a bit limited, due to poor distributorship, but they are getting better. Springhill has most anything available in the state. Eric is the general manager and knows beer. They’re good about getting what you want if they don’t have it.
probably the best selection in Little Rock, but that’s not saying much. Has a lot of New Belgium, Diamond Bear and many other brews that you can find anywhere else in the US like Anchor (plus seasonals), Sierra Nevada, and Avery (limited selection).
I’ve scoured the Central Arkansas area and Springhill has the best beer selection I’ve found. Someone knows a bit about good beer there and has put some thought into their beer wall. Granted it doesn’t compare to what other states have, but for Arkansas it’s tops.
Not a bad shop, considering the location. The selection is good but rather small. In the micros they only carry New Belgium and one Arkansas brewery as the only beers not available in Illinois. Good staff. I’d stop back.
this is pretty much the best in arkansas. selection is alright has some belgians and germans but american micro leaves much to be desired. staff isnt overly knowledgeable and can be curt at times and at other times they can be very helpfull.