3fourths (1528) Boulder, Colorado | November 18, 2008| Updated April 20, 2013
Very small beer cooler set against the back wall of a small grocery. The cooler room is probably 14 feet long by 8 feet deep - that small - but boasts a respectable selection that impresses with quality over quantity. Being so small there will of course be some things that you would expect that they have - meaning some rare releases that hit the Portland area - yet they donít, but overall itís a really good mix of high quality bottles, and prices are a little above average but still fair. Quite close to Concordia Alehouse and McMenamins Kennedy School.
Visited on 11th November 2014. Supermarket with an excellent range of bottles from CA and OR plus a good range of international offerings. The staff were really friendly, especially as we had a local with us, and he tracked down bottles of the latest Sticky Hands for us. Definitely worth a stop if nearby. Youíll find something you like.
Visited on Tuesday 11/11/14 around 3.30pm.
Basically an out of (down) town supermarket with a great bottle selection. Approx 25/50% in the main store, the bulk in a self contained chilled room at the rear.
Selection spans a good range from the US particularly CA - Bruery etc, and lots as you would imagine from OR, Block 15, Cascade, Logsdon etc.
Lots of European offerings as well from Mikkeller and many more.
The beer guy was very friendly and helpful and hit us up with some bottles of Sticky Hands which had yet to reach the shelves.
Solid store well worth visiting, we took it whilst bar hopping between Columbia River and Alameda. Also grab yourself a block of the peanut butter fudge they sell at the checkout - boom !
Walk in beer cooler. No problem, It was colder outside (below freezing I think). Really good selection. Must have been 15 or 20 beers I had never seen, let alone rated. Donít forget to take a hand basket into the cooler. Didn"t run into the beer guy, but the dude in charge was ok for casual discussion. Hit Belmont Station and this place.
Finally hit this place up. Great selection. A tiny packed to the brim cooler, quite a lot of beer really. Have plenty of good stuff, some rarities and as others have mentioned their long time beer guy Justin is awesome. Certainly a great place to shop.
This place was a bit out of the way, but had the Sucaba I was looking for so swung over. Great little grocery store with a walk in cooler that could not have been packed any tighter with beer. The stuff they had was excellent though, just wish I had more room in my luggage to take things home. Great service that was friendly and somewhat knowledgeable about beer even though the beer guy was not there.
The store itself has some funny stuff inside of it. It definitely is a market, and it does have a nice LITTLE beer cooler. Wow, the actual space where the sell the beer is TINY. With that being said, you would assume that Iím going to get into how crappy the selection is, but I canít; they do so well, with the little space that they do have. Prices werenít any higher, or lower, than any of their competitors. Given the fact that they only have so much space, they have great representation, beer wise. I wouldnít expect to find a white whale here, but youíll find some stuff thatís floating around everywhere else. They may have a couple of unique beers, that are hard to find in other places, but thatís not completely the case. Overall, great place, and Iíd like to explore this part of Portland more. Itís in one of their many "pocket neighborhoods".
The PDX insiderís store. First, I am biased because I have a good relationship with the beer buyer Justin. Itís a grocery store, so donít expect much in the way of ambiance, but Iíve always had great service here when I ask about things. Selection is typically solid, and theyíll hang onto bottles for a bit longer due to being out of the way. Prices are average for around town, which is to say, thereís not much room to complain. I frequent this place at least twice a month, and Iím very glad I do. Recommended.
troopie (70) Munchen an der Willamette, Oregon | May 4, 2007
Walk in beer cooler. Some space is wasted on macros available. They have a lekker selection of Belgians, and some craft beers that Belmont Station doesnít have. A good beer trek should involve stops at both places.