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The Fresh Market

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rAvg: 3.67
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11535 Kingston Pike
Farragut, Tennessee, 37934-3918
United States
phone: (865) 671-3377

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Photo of mikesgroove
3.5/5  rDev n/a

For the area this is about one of the best selections you are gonna get. They had really the whole 6% and under lineup from Fort Collins, Avery, Pyramid, Highland, etc. Decent seelction of imports, but again you are hapered by the lack of anything above 5%. This is a fine store though to pick up six packs and then head over to the liquor store to pick up the hight gravity offerings. I would have to say one of the better beer stores I saw in the area, and you just cant beat the food while you are in there. I love organic grocers and fresh market is a great one. I would defintily recommend making a stop in if you get the chance.

Photo of CaskofFlyingDog
3.85/5  rDev n/a

Yea I have worked at this place before and so I know all about this place. I had to write one on The Fresh Market (or as we call it 'the shi** hole). Since the reason expansion this store has increased it's selection by at least twice I would say. The quality is good - people come in here and help rotate the selection frequently. These people are complete snobs so this is expected even with the Budweiser. (yes i'm surprised too they still carry it) Service is normal. Only the managers are the alchoholics in produce will know anything about the selection. They're trained to be very friendly though - there's always someone doing some unnecessary job to scout for something in the back. The selection - Anchor, Weihenstaphaner, St. Peter's, Flying Dog, Abit, Holy Grail Ale (they used to carry Julius Echter - I believe they still do), and Bavik are the better more hard to find ones I can remember. There's the only German restaraunt in Knox County just down the road so every once in a great while we get someone asking about a German beer they drank there. Value - it's pretty normal nothing marked down though but if you want something different/new it's a good bet with most people.

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The Fresh Market in Farragut, TN
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