I stopped by to check out their beer selection. Beer is in the rear coolers and shelf. Selection is not good, but is acceptable only considering that there is no other store that sells craft in the area. They had year-round offerings from Sierra Nevada, Stone and some Port/Lost Abbey among others, as well as some imports. The prices are not labeled, and the bottles I bought were a little above what I usually pay. The clerk was very nice but did not know a thing about the beers. Normally I would advise not to visit a place like this, but I think we desperately need a decent bottle shop around here. This place has the cooler and shelf space and every great spot had to start somewhere. Iíll stop by and pick up some brews often, and hopefully with support and encouragement from many, this place can be a great bottle shop.
AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 6/10 SELECTION 9/15 FOOD N/A VALUE N/A OVERALL 14/20
Found this place while looking at the RR distribution sheet. I wouldnt imagine a place with RR in Downey so I had to come here since its on my way to work and I have pass by this place like a hundreds times. Typical liquour store but a bit bigger with the usually stuff but the back tho theres a few coolers with craft beer. Nothing to get excited about but they did have ballast point, allagash, lagunitas, bootleggers and a few german and belgians. The rarest stuff I saw was Damnation 23, sculpin, and jewbelation 15 everything else was typical. I ended up just buying some water so I dont know the prices on the beers and they didnt have a price tag. Also I didnt get any help seems the cashier was just talking to one of his dawgs (yes that was there language) Overall if you leave in Downey you should check this place out but is not worthing going out of ur way for. I may come here again when I need beer and dont have time to hit up my usual spots.