Chateau La Paws Wines

Chateau La Paws Wines

Good Wine Helping Good Dogs

Introducing Chateau La Paws. Good wine helping good dogs. Portions of the proceeds from this wine support no kill shelters around the country, keeping dogs cared for and happy until they find their forever homes. These wines are available for $4.99 (cash price). We carry the following varieties: Merlot Cabernet Sauvignon Pinot Noir Chardonnay Red Wine Blend Sauvignon Blanc “Located in the heart of the wine-growing region of Central California, we wanted to create a brand that…

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Crowler Wednesday

Crowler Wednesday

$1 Off Crowlers

Every Wednesday, all day, all Crowler's are $1 off! To see which beers are currently on tap, Click Here.   WHAT'S A CROWLER? A CROWLER® (CAN + growler) is a 32-ounce can filled with fresh beer. It is a one-use, recyclable can that is filled and seamed at our location. It is made from aluminum that has 68% recycled content and is infinitely recyclable. Here’s how a CROWLER® works: To fill a crowler, a blast of CO2 is added to purge the can before filling it, which helps assure that…

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Cromer’s Snacks

Cromer’s Snacks

Popcorn and Peanuts On Sale

Columbia's favorite snacks are now available at Green's Beverages. "Guaranteed Worst in Town!" Popcorn is available in Large (16oz) and Small (9oz) and Peanuts are available in 4oz bags. In 1935, Cromer's was founded by midlands South Carolina farmer Julian D. Cromer. Shortly thereafter, Cromer's took on near legendary status when he added fresh roasted peanuts to his produce stand at the Farmers Market in depression-era Columbia. Although Cromer insisted on roasting a new batch every…

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Crowlers Are Here!

Crowlers Are Here!

32oz Can Filled and Sealed in Store

A Crowler (CAN + growler) is a 32-ounce CAN filled with fresh craft beer from the growler station. Yep, draft beer in a portable growler-sized CAN. This innovation comes from the Oskar Blues Brewery taproom and their development partner Ball Corporation, the pioneers of the American craft beer-in-a-CAN movement. "The Crowler name is the trademark property of Ball, and it refers to the container itself," says Jeremy Rudolf of Oskar Blues. "But the machine we use to close it is made by a…

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