Scott is the manager and is willing to go out of his way to get beers from the distributor. This store easily carries the best selection of Belgians in Colorado Springs as well as the big beers from Rogue and other US micros. The selection is only limited by what the distributor can get. Worth a visit if you are in Colorado Springs.
There is a ton of beer here. Most of the selection is of regional six packs in coolers but a few short rows of bombers and 750ís are also available. There were a good number of limited releases and highly desirable breweries such as The Bruery, Lost Abbey, Port are on the shelves. Some of this stuff is pretty old, so Iíd be cautious in selecting things. But there were also plenty of beers that were fresh.
adnielsen (420) Fort Collins, Colorado | February 21, 2011| Updated December 12, 2013
Typical strip mall liquor store exterior and interior. I almost walked out of the store without seeing the bomber selection as itís not next to the six packs. Their bomber selection is pretty nice with a couple of harder to find beers. Maybe worth a stop if youíre in Colorado Springs, not otherwise.
Stopped in while in the Springs. Medium sized store with a nice selection of colorado brews. Did not have some of the rarer releases I found up the interstate in Castle Rock at Bubbles, but they did have quite a few things that I did not see elsewhere. Definitely worth a stop.
Very nice liquor store, with a big wall of coolers with six packs, a beer cave full of bombers and special releases, and a full wall of bombers. Great spread of beers, from local to the full range of quality imports. The employees are consistently friendly and helpful. The prices are about average, or maybe just a little high. This is a great place for craft beer. And very convenient to I-25, so itíll be difficult for me not to be back, and often.
Ernest (210) Boulder, Colorado | April 4, 2005| Updated July 5, 2005
Small to medium selection of singles behind the counter (canít even touch those bottles without getting someone to help, irritation #1, and then the fellow who was there didnít even know what I was asking for...had to point and describe the label, etc., irritation #2). Not bad overall, I suppose, but pales in comparison to the best beer-friendly stores in Denver, Loveland, Ft. Collins, and Boulder.
Typical beer, wine, and liquor store. Beer takes up about a third of the store with most the good stuff in boxes or on shelves near the registers. Staff was nice, but mostly stayed behind the counter to check people out. Pretty nice selection with some rare things, especially if youíre from a place where they donít distribute some of whatís offered here. Solid place.
Best youíre gonna find for bottles in Colorado Springs. Tons of domestic and import craft brews. Though, like any liquor store in COS, beer isnít the priority for the staff or customers so a lot of the bottles have been sitting there for awhile. This can be good though as you can find plenty of stuff that ages well just sitting on a shelf. Employees and nice and seem knowledgeable.
Conducted some business via phone/internet and had my folks pick up the stuff while they were in Colorado Springs. This place is friendly and very helpful and even offerred to set up an airport delivery for any future corporate jet stops / refuelings at the CS aviation center. They have La Folie, which was the highlight for me and the mission I sent my folks mainly on. But, thereís a huge selection here of just about anything available in the area. Iíll definitely stop by if Iím in CS in the future. Until then, I know where to continue sending friends & family!