Smaller place in a strip mall, lots of things packed into it. Seems pretty disorganized, but I was able to find a few things I couldn’t find at other places. They are a treasure chest with some aged beer for sale, which can be interesting. People are usually super friendly and helpful. Some of the beer was way overpriced, but most was normal.
rumproasts (207) Grand Rapids, Michigan | April 23, 2014| Updated August 22, 2014
Small liquor store with quite a bit of beer, including several coolers of singles. Some pretty old bottles can be found, which may be good or bad, depending on the beer. Prices are definitely hit or miss. Service varies quite wildly as well.
Tiny liquor store on the west end of what I dubbed "beer street" (28th street) due to the numerous entries on rate beer in such a small area. I didn’t stumble upon some of those rare vintage offerings people had mentioned on here, but did see a few older retired brews like Stone Vertical 7-7-7 and Unibroue Cranberry. Walk in cooler has numerous six packs and bombers. The singles selection was quite small with signs not to break up the six packs. They did have some nice foreign offerings I’d never seen.
(Visited 7-5-08) This place got me into a whole lot of trouble- read on... a small liquor store stocked to the gills with product. The beer isle is very tight, product on the floor (4 cases of Hopslam left on the floor, wow), product on the shelves, product in the cooler, product everywhere- with MANY older and hard to find items. I helped them with the product problem by purchasing some random 6’ers and creating 6’ers from the empty packs on the floor- nearly 2 cases in total. One of the rare instances where I had to force myself to stop picking up bottles, pay for my stuff, and run away before I blew all the money at one place. Would be a regular visitor if I lived within 50 miles of the place- and will visit again when I’m in that neck of the woods!!!
timsilvia32 (37) from Michigan now in Charlotte, North Carolina | July 13, 2008| Updated January 4, 2009
Good selection of local micros and some imports. Reasonable enough prices. Nice relaxed cozy place. Basically if you’re on 28th street, you need to stop here.
Small place not too far off the interstate. The overall selection was pretty good. They had a decent number of Michigan micros, but the only one I found of any interest was a Short’s The Curl Imperial Pilsner. I was also able to round out my Southern Tier collection, as hey had all of their bottled imperial offerings.
Screwed up and rated it on BillVanE’s name.
Nice little place in town. A must stop place if your in G.R., just because of the chance of some old Bells. A friend picked up a 6 pack of Expedition 2 and a half years old. Good selection of locals and Trappist singles. Helpful and knowledgeable cashier. Can’t break 6-packs, which is why i like sicilanos more.