I stopped in because, well, why not. I was already in Camarillo to give Institution Ales another try and this is just up the way about two miles. Be warned though that the freeway on ramp situation in the immediate area is a bit irritating. The selection here is pretty small considering how many fridges there are. There must have been a dozen doors but only a couple of them had any good beer in them. What I found most interesting was the fact that he had older Firestone anniversaries going back to the 12th. Granted the price on the 12 was $40something but itís a neat idea. In the end all I ended up buying was a B Nektar mead for my brother and a king sized Reeseís to get my total over $10 so I could use my debit card. The selection is about on par with a Trader Joes minus the vintage Firestone stuff but itís also more expensive. If youíre a local then stop in to get what you need but donít make this a destination when travelling.
AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 7/10 SELECTION 12/15 FOOD N/A VALUE N/A OVERALL 15/20
Decent size store in suburbs. Floor stacks of 06í Anchor, cans of Petersbrand, Guinness, Firestone, Great White. Big aisle of beers...Unibrou, Firestone, Curieux, Abita, Stone, etc. Large room attached with fine wines and large tasting bar where they sometimes do tastings.