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We ship bottles, cans and other merchandise as state laws and carrier policy allow within the lower 48 U.S. states.  International shipping and/or shipping to Alaska & Hawaii is typically not recommended due to lack of cost efficiency but you may still inquire about such options.  We only ship in increments of 3, 6 or 12 bottles (in some cases, we may be able to fit more cans per package – if ordering cans, please ask for more information on this).  You can mix and match any bottles/cans within those totals.  We can also ship 12oz bottles in 24 pack (full case) increments.  We do not ship 32oz, 64oz or 128oz growlers.

To place a shipping order, email us with your order request including total number of each type of bottle and size if applicable.  Include your complete name, contact information/phone number and shipping address.  Your shipment will have to be signed for by an adult (at least 21 years of age) upon receipt so we highly suggest a business address if you may not be home.  Using a business address will also help reduce your shipping costs.  We ship using Fedex Ground service in all normal cases.  We cannot ship to P.O. boxes.

Email a clear copy of your valid state ID or driver’s license.  A scan or clear photo work well.  We must receive this before proceeding with your initial order.

We will call you with a final total including all merchandise and shipping/packaging.  At this time, we will ask for your Visa, Mastercard, Discover or American Express billing information.  These are the only forms of payment we accept for shipping orders.  Do not email credit card information.

Please note, shipping is at your own risk and The Greenville Beer Exchange is not responsible for any damages or losses as a result of shipping carriers, weather (including temperatures) or any other circumstances.

Individual state’s shipping legalities and limitations vary widely and change often.  As of the time of this writing, we do not ship to the following states: AL, AR, KY, MA, MN, MS, MT, NH, PA, UT.

You are responsible for knowing and abiding by your state’s laws and taxes.