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4620 Park Rd
Charlotte, North Carolina, 28209-3867
United States
phone: (704) 521-1300

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Photo of ybnorml
4.65/5  rDev -1.9%

As you can see in the picture. The place appears to be a converted gas station. But don't judge this book by the cover. There is in this small place a huge selection of great beer. Very good selection of local beer, Very good selection of Belgian beer. good selection of German and English beers. Very good selection of American Craft beers.
As stated in other reviews MIke is just a great guy. and if a great beer passes N.C.'s label inspection Mike will be sure to be one of the first to get it.
If you are in Charlotte and don't stop here shame on you!
Another great small gem!

Photo of Callenak
4.85/5  rDev +2.3%

I was sent to Charlotte for work a couple weeks ago and of course had to check out Brawley's. Everything said in the previous post is absolutely true. Mike and his Mom are some of the nicest people you could ever meet. By far the nicest service I've ever received at any kind of beer location.

Their selection is extensive. I loaded up on some east coast beers and a few Belgium's I have haven't been able to find in CA. Anyone who is in the Charlotte area would be missing out if they didn't stop by and visit Brawley's.

Photo of rabsten
4.85/5  rDev +2.3%

Really great store run by a fellow who was apparently a big reason NC "popped the cap."

Selection is as good as you'll find in the NC area. I've been to places that have better, but not much.

Prices are reasonable. The Belgians are the same price I see in Ohio and Virginia. Some of the domestics are a wee expensive, e.g. the Anchor and Sierra Nevada lines are 20-30% higher than where I get them. The local stuff is well priced, though (Duck-Rabbit Brewery and Highland Brewing).

The sole complaint I have is the occasional rationing of product. For ex., back in October I was limited to one 4-pk of 90 Minute IPA. At Christmas, I could only get one six of Anchor Holiday. Now, I understand why, but I only wanted two more, and couldn't get it. I had to make "Mix-packs" for my Christmas gifts. It all worked out well, though, since I had more $$$ left in my beer budget, money spent on some Avery and Great Divide products.

This is a truly fine establishment. It's only 10 minutes off the interstate and 10 minutes back. I recommend it to anyone who live in, visits, or passes through the Queen City.

Photo of jabocu
5/5  rDev +5.5%

Outstanding place to go down here in the south east. I was able to get up to Brawley's late this past Sat. night when Mike was just hangin out with his dog. Mike showed me around the store and he definitely knew his brew. I got to find out about stuff I had never heard of before and get some good ideas for stuff to try. I went home with a little more than planned, but it was well worth it for what I am going to get to try over the next couple weeks. he had everything I expected to find, and then some. He even had some different vintages for some. Mike also let me break up a couple six packs to get me turned onto DogFish, and even hooked me up with a couple glasses to get me started on my Trappist collection! If you are in the area, Brawley's experience is a must! I can't wait to get back to pick his brain for some more ideas.

I also gave a $ instead of the usual $$ for Brawley's. Because yeah it's a little pricey for "beer", but it's good quality beer and I have not seen it cheaper any where else.

Thanks Mike!

Photo of jameaterblues
5/5  rDev +5.5%

I was driving to see family about half an hour away and decided that I would make the extra trip. Mike wasn't there but his mom was very helpful(and friendly, she said that she did not know much about beer, but anything I was looking for she knew what direction to point me in....and gave me a nice little history of the shop(its been in their family a long time!). She wasn't sure of the price on one of the items(Aprihop by dogfish...one of the things I was specifically looking for) so she called Mike. Mike talked to her a while and then asked to talk to me. He suggested things over the phone, and was just really friendly....its rare to find people so willing to help even when they are not at work. This was my second wonderful experience at Brawley's...Once again highly reccomended. I found more than I was looking for, and they even said that they were still trying to restock from the weekend. I love this store. It makes me happy when an independent store is this good.

Photo of EvilTwin
5/5  rDev +5.5%

Made the hour and a half trip from Hickory to Charlotte today for a beer run. WELL worth the time.
Michael was friendly and very helpful. More like buying from a friend than a salesperson. Great selection of refreshemnts from the common macros to hard to find craft selections. He even broke into his backroom private stash so I could sample a new variety.
I can see myself making regular pilgrimages to see Mike and his pup.
I recommend this establishment over any I have ever been too.
Mike, thanks for a great experience.


Photo of aaudette
5/5  rDev +5.5%

I hate to be redundent, but feel I must honor a great find and great time.

Believe everything else that you have read about Brawley's Beverage and make sure if you're anywhere near the area - say 100-200 miles or so - it is a trip well worth taking.

The store is small, but filled with lots of great beer in all categories. Michael was extremely knowledgable and even more friendly. He welcomed this visitor from RI, recommended some great beers, and even turned me on to a great couple of bars nearby - one of which he then showed up at! In particular, he had some great beers from Highland brewing that I had not had before. He also happily broke up some six-packs so I might try another style. And as attested by others, he offered advice, glasses, and shirts to spread the beer love!

Don't miss a great stop and support this fan of craft beer and the Beer Advocate!

Photo of kkipple
4.85/5  rDev +2.3%

First off: Every good thing you have heard about this place is true.

Don't be fooled by Brawley's dumpy exterior, inside you'll find beers, glasses and wine stacked nearly to the ceiling. Belgians abound, as do exotic Lambics and neat beers like Deus and DFH Olde School. He carries a fantastic selection of beers from places like Dogfish head, Rogue, Avery, Allagash, Victory, Ommegang, St. Bernardus... heck, if you want it you have a good chance of finding it here. He's also boasts a walk-in cooler overflowing with top-notch beer.

On my first trip, there was an error on my bill and I was overcharged a few bucks, something I didn't notice till I'd made the drive back to SC. I called up Mike and he said "No problem." Next time I was in, he corrected the error on the spot and even gave me a Brawley's T shirt on the house. I'll gladly advertise for Brawley's anyday.

My ONLY complaint with Brawley's is that their website needs some work. (It doesn't display under Firefox for example.) But that's a minor point, the bottom line is, Brawley's is the Holy Grail of beer stores for people living in the Carolinas. Mike and his family are super friendly, helpful, honest, and just all around Good People. For someone like me, living in South Carolina (where you cannot buy beer above 6%abv legally), it's absolutely worth the two hour drive.

I look forward to many more return trips!

Photo of guinnessdoc
5/5  rDev +5.5%

Today marked my third trip to Brawley's. I'm not sure why I didn't review it before now but I really owe it to Mike Brawley to do so.

It's not that this place needs any more high reviews, it's just that Mike Brawley and his shop deserve them. On all three trips, I've been greeted by Mike, his Mom, and their friendly dog. In other bottle shops, I tend to like to shop around by myself. Not here. Since my first visit, I've been asking Mike what he's got and what he's been enjoying lately. He really knows his stuff and has made some great recommendations for me based on my preferences.

Another great reason to visit Brawley's is because of the selection. He's got all the NC breweries, DFH, Victory, Rogue, Avery and more. What makes this place exceptional is the fact that Mike manages to get at least a few cases of stuff that doesn't make it anywhere else in the area (even to Vintage Cellar). During my visits, I've been able to pick up things like DFH Pangea, Peche Mortel, Urthel's Hop-It, and during today's visit Mike pulled a bottle of Panil Barriquee out of the back for me. I was hoping to find more of Highland's Cold Mountain Winter Ale but doubted there was any left anywhere. I shouldn't have doubted Brawleys - there were some bombers waiting in the walk-in cooler.

I'll be proudly wearing my Brawley's Beverage t-shirt that Mike gave me to any beer events I get to attend in the future just to help advertise this place. Mike Brawley is doing an awesome job advocating great beer. Do yourself a favor and visit.

Photo of Loki
4.85/5  rDev +2.3%

My first trip to Brawley's and Mike's there. It's my lucky day.

Quality: There were beers there, I have not seen else where in NC and some I had never seen. From Sierra Nevada IPA (yeah IPA) to at least six Beglians and a few moreEuropean beers I have never seen. A quality, and small production English Mead I had not seen before. Oh, and his stock was down because he was expecting ordered in today.

Service: Mike knows his shit, is happy to help and he first question to me was what do I like to drink. Mike said he is really good at and loves to help people figure out what they like and what they should try next. Spend at least 15-20 minutes talking shop. Would have spend more, but I had an interview to get to.

Selection: One of the best, if not the best in the state. A little hard to accurately judge, as my one complaint would be the layout. Mike also apologized that because of deliveries and stock, everything was not completely organized.

Value: Great prices, fantastic service, and a wonderful attitude.

Oh, and after I checked out with just three beers (I just spent the weekend in Boston at the EBF, talk about bad timing money wise), Mike let me pick out a glass to take with me since I came down from Winston. Nice Brooklyn Snifter. Then I told him I was a BA, I had heard great things, and I had asked earlier about Peche Mortel. Mike ask me to wait, with a distributor and another customer waiting, goes in the back. I hear him rustle through boxes to later emerge with what is according to Mike, "the last bottle in the State." Hell Yeah! Thanks Mike.

Go out of your way to visit Brawley's, you won't be disappointed.

Photo of timtheenchanta
4.65/5  rDev -1.9%

I'd seen all of the reviews (that's how I learned of the place) and read about Mike's ridiculously over-the-top hospitality. None of these reviews lie. I was in there around 6 o'clock on a Friday night and so I didn't get the special treatment that some people who have posted get but the man was still ridiculously helpful. I heard him making suggestions to everyone who came up to the counter: "If you like that, maybe next time you should get..." or "I wasn't really thrilled by that beer but a great example of the style is..." Either way that's pretty well worn territory and you can just read farther down if you want to hear more about how great this guy really is. On selection, the reason I gave him a 4.5 over a 4.0 is the vintages in the "beer cave" (as he called it). He had OSA from the past decade along with Thomas Hardy's, numerous Belgian vintages, and so on and so forth. It looked like he had a pretty respectable keg selection. I wasn't shopping for a keg though and it was really really cold in the fridge so I didn't pay too much attention to what he had. I did notice OSA 2005 in one of the kegs. His selection seemed to be mostly Belgian beers. That seems to be by far the focus (which isn't exactly a bad thing!). I was surprised that he didn't carry any South Carolina or Georgia beers. I also didn't notice a ton of impy stouts. I guess a store that size really can't carry everything but damn if he doesn't do a great job of coming close. Maybe I'm completely off base with this and I just didn't notice it because I was too busy looking at all of the other great stuff he had or I just missed it because there were a ton of people there. This is probably the best beer store in the region. If you are down in the Charlotte area, stop by and see Mike Brawley.

Photo of rodrot
4.65/5  rDev -1.9%

What more can be said of Brawley's Beverage that hasn't been mentioned here? Great service, great selection and great prices on all of the beers sold here. If it's available in NC, Brawley's can get it. I've been shopping at this store since it opened several years ago and have never been disappointed. To my knowledge, Charlotte has never had a beer store that puts so much emphasis on carrying quality craft beer and hard to find beers. And I lived in this town for 11 years, so I've got some experience with craft beer in Charlotte. If you're a BA and within an hour drive of Brawley's, make the trip and you'll be glad you did.

Photo of SaCkErZ9
5/5  rDev +5.5%

Brawley's is the best place in Charlotte for beer. They have a great selection, the service is unmatchable, and the prices are very comparable to other establishments. Total Wine and More is across the street but all you need is here. Mike is an exceptional BA. His parents are BA's as well. They dont have quite the knowlegde but they are willing to voice their opinions and direct one to good beer. I was in there today and the mother was a tremendous help. I tried to buy a bottle of Sam Adams Double Bock but, alas, it was not for sale. I asked for a bottle of Peche Mortal and within minutes, it was in front of me. I asked for DFH Olde School, and the same thing happened. I asked for DFH 90 min IPA about a month ago, and they brought out a 4 pack of the beer. Whatever you want, they got. Great service, great selection, wonderful people. Best place (a tie with Peabody's in Boone) in NC. GO THERE Danielsan!!!!

Photo of rajendra82
4.65/5  rDev -1.9%

I was in South Carolina for a business trip this week, and while on the way back to home, decided to take a little detour (85 miles to be exact) to visit Charlotte, and check out Brawley’s. Boy, am I glad that I did!

Immediately upon entering Michael Brawley greeted me to find out who I was, and what I was looking for. When I mentioned that I had come from Georgia to visit his store for beer, he was very excited. He delayed his pending visit to the bank, and gave me a personal tour of his small but well stocked store. Showing me all the highlights of the selection, and asking me what I could not get in Atlanta. After looking through the main part of the store, he showed me the additional selection back in the walk in cooler, and then finally took me to the room behind the counter, where he keeps the real rare stuff like Péché Mortel (of which only 16 bottles came to NC, all to Brawley’s), DFH Olde School, DFH 90 Minute, Victory Hop Wallop, etc. Since he had to leave after he finished the tour he introduced me to his mother, who along with his dad “volunteers” to help in the store.

As I was looking around, he called his mother back and told her to have me pick up any two glasses off the shelf as an appreciation of my visit. He of course knew a lot about (make that everything about) what he stocked, which seemed to be almost all craft beer. He also knew about Green’s in Atlanta and Adam Tolsma. Since being a BA, I didn’t really need recommendations from Mike, his mom told me that every time a customer walks in the store Mike asks them what kind of beers they like, and then gives them recommendations to try other beers.

While I was there, I was able to pick up a lot of beer that I could not get where I live, and got two free glasses, but more importantly I met a great guy who cared passionately about beer, was making a great difference in the local scene. His wonderful mother admitted about not being as knowledgeable, but she offered to pick up even more beer for me in a few weeks when she visits Atlanta. I have never seen a finer display of the virtues of a family business before.

When I am going back to Charlotte, I am definitely revisiting them, and the next time I am taking some beer from Georgia with me to give it to Mike.

Photo of peabody81
4.8/5  rDev +1.3%

Wow, Brawley's, what can I say. I live in Charlotte, recently changed work locations so that I drive right by the store on my way home from work. Lucky me. I stop in about once a month, grab an empty box by the front door, and fill it up. Excellent selection of Belgians, domestic micros, English, you name it. Brawley's is within spittin' distance of Total Wine, might as well be on the moon in terms of the difference in the shopping experience. As soon as you walk in the door, Mike Brawley greets you with a "hey, how you doin' today, let me know if I can help you with anything".

When I go to check out, as he's ringing up my selections, he'll always say "if you like this, you'll like so-and-so". The next time I go in, I usually try what he recommended the last time, he has yet to steer me wrong. He turned me on to Great Divide Hercules IPA, for that I am eternally grateful.

Mike Brawley is one of the class individuals in the whole city of Charlotte. Occasionally his mom and dad work in the store too, they are most gracious as well. I went in about a week after NC "popped the cap", his mom showed me a list of all the beers they would be getting in in the next couple of weeks. The last time I was in there, I was the only one in the store, Mike walked outside to check out a fender-bender, left me in the store alone, I had a big winter coat on, could have been stuffing my pockets for all he knew. Made me feel good that he trusted me like that. These are good people.

I agree with the previous reviewer that it is a little unorganized, but as other reviewers have stated, the lifting of the cap in NC means that Brawley's is now the beer capitol of Charlotte, I think Mike knows that 1) he's going to make his money from beer, I think the wine section will get smaller and smaller, and 2) he doesn't need a frigid cooler for fine beers, I think a previous reviewer said he was going to rip that out. I think part of the lack of organization stems from the fact that the good beers are coming in and flying out the door faster than he can keep up with. A good problem to have...

Price - I have seen several beers that were cheaper here than at Total Wine, which of course is a chain, so you know they are ripping you off. Mike's prices are competitive with both Total Wine and Harris-Teeter, very impressive given that he's an independent. It's pretty obvious from the experience here that he does this because he loves beer, not because he wants to get rich.

Selection - LOTS of Belgians, about the only domestic breweries that are missing are Three Floyds and Stone, I asked Mike about Stone, he said that they were relocating their brewery this year and as such were not expanding their distribution, he hopes to have it next year. Lots of Great Divide, Rogue, Dogfish Head, Victory, etc. NC breweries are well represented, too. Great selection of glassware as well. p.s. I have been lucky enough on 2 occasions to get DFH 90-minute, it's not that he doesn't carry it, it's just so popular he can't keep it on the shelf.

Bottom line, I can't recommend this store enough, if you are ever in Charlotte, be sure you stop here.

Photo of GCBrewingCo
4.85/5  rDev +2.3%

I gotta give Michael Brawley some additional notes for caring about quality and increasing selection. He is dangerously close to a 5.0.

Last night while I was talking with him a guy came up with three master cylinders of Evil Eye. He treated him with the same respect and attention that anyone purchasing 100s of dollars worth would get. Very impressive. Brawley's ROCKS!

From 9-1-05
overall: 4.55
quality: 4.5 | service: 5 | selection: 4.5 $$
Brawley's was a piece of cake to find just South of Woodlawn on Park. Woodlawn is Exit 6 off I-77 and it you head East about two miles then turn on Park it will be about two blocks down Park.

I was a bit miffed when I first arrived since I could not find any hours for the place. I called and there was no machine with any details. Later when they opened I finally spotted the sign and Mike was such a generous host I forgot about all that jazz.

The place is small but well appointed. The plans detailed to me for the beers should run the quality to a 5 and the selection grows day by day. I put the selection to a 4.5 since there is room to grow, but he only had one beer that had any appreciable age on it and the rest were fresh and kept out of the sunlight for the most part.

He said he plans to remove all the coolers and will segregate the back cooler into a keg room and a cellar room. Wine will be wall bound and beer will take center stage. With the current law change beers are flying off the shelves, a great problem for him to have. Great place to visit, wish I lived there...;)

Photo of coasterfreak75
4.3/5  rDev -9.3%

Well I've been in the area for a month and finally made it to "the beer mecca of Charlotte." Needless to say I was quite impressed. Anything I could have asked for was right there, with the exception of Stone brews but I was told they are eventually on the way.

What more could you ask for, knowlegable staff, quality product, and reasonable prices. It was also nice to see the BA shelf talkers pinned up and also to see fellow BA's shopping there.\

I can't wait until my next trip, if you're in the area don't pass this one up, it's the place to buy beer in Charlotte.

Photo of aleyeast
4.65/5  rDev -1.9%

Stopped on recommendations of this site. I drove by Total Wine and planned to stop there on my way out, needless to say, I didn't feel the urge once I stopped in here. Slightly disorganized, but everywhere you turn there is more beer. Very good selection of harder to find beers.

Mike was not there, but his mother let me wander and helped in any way. stacks of celebration and brooklyn black chocolate were present along with a stack by the front counter of Nice Chouffe so Mike must have taste. I picked up some belgians, even some I had not had before. Did not inspect the kegs, but appeared to have a decent selection as well and I will probably place a keg order next time I am going to be there.

Living in Charleston, SC, this is road-trippable when I need kegs. Will also probably stop when going by Charlotte in the future as he probably gets new selections in quite often.

Overall, a definite place to stop for any beer lover.

Photo of Franziskaner
5/5  rDev +5.5%

Everything you've read is true. Great selection of Belgians. The owner was very helpful and friendly. I was in town on business from St. Louis and totally lucked out as this place was in range of my hotel shuttle. Needless to say, the shuttle driver ended up waiting awhile. There were a lot of brews that aren't available in my area that I was drooling over. It was the first time I've ever seen any of Brooklyn Brewing's beers (and I've checked about a dozen states). I picked up the Black Chocolate Stout and their Octoberfest. The manager also gave me a Tshirt. There is a chance I will be back in a few months on business and, if so, I will be back. I wish I could have bought more, but carrying 2 six packs in a bookbag through airports is about all I can handle.

Photo of AndoBrew
4.3/5  rDev -9.3%

My notes will mostly be on the service. Me and the chaingangguy drove up on a beer run from atlanta, and were rewarded for our journey with great great service.

Mike was his name, he walked all around the store showing off beers, telling stories, answering questions. We tasted things, we bought great great beers, we were given T-shirts, then he cashed us out and gave us directions to all the local spots with DFH on tap and even GAVE US HIS CELL PHONE NUMBER in case we got lost!!! Wich we did and did call him and he got us where we were going.

He has a good selection, and it is growing. We went for DFH and Victory, we got it. but we also got some rare rare treats that I can't wait to try.

There is also a great story as to why he opened that store. He also is big into aging and has been working on verticals and wants to big in the vintage beer sales market.

Point is if you are near there go.

Photo of derrickt007
4.85/5  rDev +2.3%

Just took my first trip up to Charlotte since the cap has been popped to get some beers i can't get down here in spartanburg SC. To copy so many other people but what can be said that hasn't been said? Upon entering the store Mike was willing to help me in any way he could pointing me to different beers, and just chatting about beer. His knowledge was great, and there selection looked a little thin...he said he was out of some stuff but would be getting more in the next week or so. Great store...very easy to find and GREAT service. Will be visiting again next week with a friend and help turn him on to some belgians and others.

Photo of blitheringidiot
4.65/5  rDev -1.9%

One good thing about Brawley's for this BlitheringIdiot is that it's easy to find! Just head up Park off of Fairview and it's not 2 miles on the left. E-Z! Brawley's is a goldmine in Charlotte! The selection is well varied. There is local brew like Highlander and Cottonwood. Plenty of Avery (one of my personal faves!) Victory, Brooklyn, plenty of Belgians, even some odd ball rare ones and obscure like Urthel Hop-It. Sweet!

The only aspect that parallels the selection is the friendly cheerful service of fellow BA Mike Brawley and his Dad. Both were exceptionally helpful and willing to help me find anything I was looking for. More places should treat their customers like Brawley's.

Last call: After traveling around to a few different areas of the country, you get to know what is good. Some beer stores in other areas might be bigger (like a Canals in New Jersey) or have more beer selection, but guess what! That won't matter when those beer stores are 1000 miles away. When in Charlotte, Brawley's is the ONLY place to go. I just thank my lucky beer stars that I was staying so close to Brawley's. Next time in town, I'll bring him some brewskies from Yuenglingville.

Photo of alelover1
5/5  rDev +5.5%

What can I say about Brawley's that hasn't already been said. The place is awesome. When you walk in Mike Brawley always greats you with a smile and a friendly hello. For a small place he packs it full of beer. Not just any beers, but a wide selection of high quality hard to get beers. And he's always adding more. No crap in this place. Well, actually he does have one side of one cooler with bumpkin beer. But you gotta have that I guess. Mike's always willing to answer questions and hang out. Kinda has that old General Store type of feel to it. Music plays and You can even get a cup of gourmet coffee and a Biscotti to enjoy while your shopping. This place has become my beer store. No more trips to Virginia for beer for this guy. And if your into wine, this is the place. Mike knows a lot about wine as well as beer and his prices are competitive or better than the other so called specialty shops in the Southeast. Great selection. Good prices. Great place all around.

Also, if you blow a water pump in his parking lot he'll do all he can to get you back on the road again. Thanks Mike.

Photo of kevinl6
5/5  rDev +5.5%

original review - when store first opened
Left Total Wine the other day, and on a hunch, stopped in here before I headed home. I had never noticed this place before. This guy rocks! He carries every Rogue (or will order it) that can legally be carried in NC. He also has a few Dogfish offerings (he's a fan), some Sam Smith, North Coast, etc. He has a very nice selection for a small store....and best of all...price! He is a little cheaper than Frugal or Total Wine. A nice guy, great price, and as good of a selection as I've seen...particularly for a smaller store. If you are in this area, definately give him a try!

EDIT - 9/25/05
The cap has been popped and Brawley is taking full advantage where others are falling behind. Avery, Orval, Satan, Corsendonk, Rochefort, Gulden Draak, La Chouffe.... the list goes on and on! Great service and prices as usual... the only place in the Charlotte area to go IMO....
EDIT 10/15/05
Ok, time to give Mike the straight 5's that Brawley's Beverage deserves. I rarely give 5s for beers or BeerFlys, but I come in here about once a week, and every week there is something new that I can't believe he has! The Aventinus Weizen-Eisbock this week, for example. Additionally, he is acquiring a nice selection of glasses. I used to drive 3 hours to Vintage Cellar in VA before these laws changed.... now there is a place within 15 minutes of me that is BETTER than the infamous Vintage Cellar. That's right, it is BETTER... and that place is Brawley's Beverage - check it out.

Photo of gabe
5/5  rDev +5.5%

Stopped in to this store on the recommendation of other reviews from this site. I must say it is quite a nice little store. Definately the best place in Charlotte to pick up some beers. They basically offer all of the good stuff that you can legally get in N.C. The service is exceptional as well. Seemed like Mike was genuinely interested in talking to me and was willing to do some beer trading as well. This is the kind of store that I would frequent (and do). If you are in the area, or even if you aren't, it is worth seeking out. Once Pop-the-Cap eliminates the 6% law, I'm sure Mike will be one of the first to start carrying the other beer selections we can't get here. He loves and misses them just as much as we do.

EDIT: Now that the cap has popped, Brawley has firmly planted himself as the top beer store in Charlotte. In fact, anyone wanting a top notch store should take notes from Mike. Great store... great owners... and now a great selection that is still ever improving. I don't know why you aren't there right now!

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