Bottles expands into Summerville with new 12,000-square-foot store


Bottles Beverage Superstore Summerville is now open seven days a week, becoming the third Charleston-area location. The new 12,000 square-foot beer, wine and liquor emporium is located at 1110 N. Main St.

“We look forward to being a part of the local Summerville community and welcoming our new neighbors to Bottles,” said Bottles managing partner George McLaughlin in a press release. “We are excited to provide a new one-stop-shop for Summerville residents for their shopping and entertaining needs.”

The building, formerly Bill’s Liquors & Fine Wines, went through significant renovations prior to the opening. Look for a mural paying homage to local breweries — fitting for the store, which aims to increase its local product offering. 

Bottles Summerville has a mural paying homage to local breweries.
Photo by: Brennan Wesley

“We are committed to providing an amazing customer service experience by offering expert advice on a wide selection for Summerville shoppers combined with the high level of service for which Bottles is known,” said Bottles store manager and Summerville resident Abe Versprille in the release.

Bottles Beverage Superstore Summerville is open Monday through Saturday from 9 a.m.-7 p.m. for spirits with extended hours until 9 p.m. for beer and wine.  The store is open on Sunday for wine and beer only from 11 a.m.-6 p.m.

Look for upcoming specials and promotions celebrating the grand opening, which can be found at www.shopbottles.com

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