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$$ - reasonable
[ Store ]
2850 N Kings Hwy
phone: (843) 448-1623
(Place added by: Shiloh)
Ratings & Reviews
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| Reviews: 18 | Show All Ratings:
quality: 3 | service: 2.5 | selection: 3.5 | $$$
OK, I'm sure part of the strange experience here was caused by the strange laws many southern states still retain - but this is a quirky little place. Divided down the middle, one side is liquor, one is beer and wine, and you have to leave the building to go between them. Seemed to be a decent selection of beer, but the only other spots I found in the area selling beer were grocery stores. Another strange thing I haven't seen many other places - 2 prices, one for cash and one for credit?! I didn't even think that was allowed. Anyways - it was a nice place to pick up beer while on vacation, but I'm glad it isn't my only option. They also had some policy of photographing anyone under 25 - so this made for a nice wait to check out with a group of college kids in front of us.
08-07-2007 01:43:40 |
More by rowew
quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5 | $$
If you live in Myrtle Beach, this is about the only place to find a decent selection of crafts and imports. A friendly staff has good knowledge of the beers they sell and are willing to special order as long as the local distributors carry what you're looking for, which can be a problem sometimes.
About half the store is beer and half is wine. There's a liquor store next door. Most of the beer side is comprised of cases of domestics (Bud, Coors, Miller) and big-name imports (Beck's, St. Pauli, Guinness). There's also a big selection of Mexican beers.
Then there are two stacks of shelves in the middle with imports like Paulaner, Franziskaner and Pilsner Urquell and American beers like Flying Dog, Anchor and Sierra Nevada.
A couple of nits -- I wish the staff were a little more adventurous in ordering some of the lesser-known but interesting beers. And Green's has two prices for each brand -- a lower cash price and a higher credit card price. The prices are reasonable, but not cheap ($8.99 cash price for a six-pack of Anchor Steam; $9.99 cash price for a six-pack of Paulaner Munich). Don't break out the plastic if you can help it.
06-03-2007 02:46:11 |
More by wrenegade
quality: 3 | service: 3 | selection: 4 | $$
Just found this place this evening. Felt like giving a little update since the cap was recently popped and a few new things have been added. A little run down looking from the outside but not so bad once you get in. It's a beer store on one side and liquor on the other. They had Victory, Terrapin, Duck-Rabbit, Rogue, Flying Dog, and others there to name a few. Many imported hefes and other imports seem to be coming in as well. They had the barrel-aged Gonzo there which was pretty cool. This is the best selection I've noticed in Myrtle Beach thus far and I know that it will only get better with time. The one thing I didn't enjoy was having a picture taken because I was between 21 and 25...I wonder what use those pictures are once folks like me leave the store? Pretty inconvenient but what the hell, I got some good beer.
05-19-2007 01:24:54 |
More by ncvbc
quality: 3.5 | service: 3 | selection: 4 | $$
Had to make astop in while I was on vacation. This was a good store, best I found in my time there anyway. Great selection, including most every local brew as well as lots of imports. Some good Victory, and Terrapin of course. Not as big of a selection as the store in Greenville, and unfortunaly I left the day we Popped The Cap! so I do not know what kind of effect that will have on the store but I am sure it will have a positve effect on selection. Overall staff was pretty knowledgeable about showing you where to go, didnt really ask for recommendations. The price was reasonable, especially for the beach and if you pay cash. I would not quite say it is a must stop if you are there, unless you forget to bring your own with you.
05-08-2007 23:41:14 |
More by mikesgroove
quality: 4 | service: 3.5 | selection: 3.5 | $$
Looks dumpy on the outside but overall a nice store when taken into context.
Beers looked fresh and dates were good. Pretty busy but everyone was buying your typical BMC. One guy did ask where the Bass was and was pointed in the right direction. Another guy had just gottin off of work and was scanning the craft section with me. I did strike up a conversation with him about beer. He seemed reasonabily knowledgable and at least into craft beer as he took a sixer of Thomas Creek PA with him. He did try to tell me the Terrapin Cream Ale was the same as the Rye PA though. I don't know if he didn't know any better or was just trying to make a sell. Prices are reasonable....especially if you pay with cash. You get a discount for cash. This is pretty much the only game in town if you want to buy some craft beer in Myrtle Beach, overall it's a decent game, but unspectacular.
08-10-2006 04:03:39 |
More by wcudwight
quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5 | $$
Found my way to Green's based on reviews and recommendations from BA. It was a busy store on a Tuesday night but they moved the people through relatively quickly. Nice selection, lots of imported singles, domestic local single rack was pretty well picked over and could not mix a six. No dust was present on the bottles and it looks like they move their stock. Nice six pack selection, warm and cold. Also carried a nice selection of wine and go-withs. Other side of store has liquor. A nice store overall.
03-25-2006 15:23:36 |
More by jimbotrost
quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5
Standard liquor and beer store with a decent selection of individual bottled beers, every bottle that had a date was fresh that I looked at and this seemed to be one of the better sources for local SC micros had a nice mix of them. As well as the lower abv Belgians a slew of German wheat beers, and other lower in alcohol English ales due to the six percent abv cap in the state of SC. Selection as a whole was pretty nice I only wish that WV would someday have beers like this in a liquor store. Younger guy working was helpful in tending to my questions and helping me grab a keg from the back so I give this place a good score on that department.
03-21-2004 09:17:33 |
More by WVbeergeek
quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 3.5
I was very pleased with myself when I walked out the door of this establishment with approx. 40 singles that I had yet to try.
They were an assortment of European brews and US micro's.
In addition, there were still quite a few left to pick up the next time I'm in the neighborhood.
Ofcource there was also the usual stock pile of national macro's available as well.
The staff were very friendly, as far as knowledgeble, I don't know as I made no inquires.
The selection could have been better but you can say that about every establishment, after all, who can have to much beer to chose from?
Will definetly return there again!!!
11-06-2003 19:18:27 |
More by Shiloh
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