Lots of beer here but wide price variations compared to other stores Still, always worth the trip to find something good. I always get above average service where beer is concerned and top not service for scotch and cognac.
good selection of beer. Nice selection of Belgiums in singles and four packs. great six pack selection. Best bottle selection south of Denve rthat I have seen. People were helpful although not the most educated. If you live in the south its the best place around.
This is THE liquor store to go to if youíre anywhere near the southeast end of town. An overwhelming selection of beer in sixers and singles. They almost always have what Iím looking for. If somethingís out of stock, though, you can count on them blaming it on the distributor. Iíve never had much need for service, so I canít say how good or bad it is. If youíre going, make sure youíve got plenty of time. This is a place you can easily wander around exploring in.
There is no other way to begin a review of Davidsonís Liquors than by declaring outright and forthwith that it is the finest local provider and purveyor of those goods that appeal to our senses and erode our health. Any man, rich or poor, souse or sober, sophist or philistine can walk into Davidsonís and find something to their liking. Two walls of refrigerators keep an intimidating variety of beers, all adorned in their colorful boxes like a ballroom of brews. Most stunning is the stock of imports, especially Belgians. Also available is a medium sized shelf area of beer glasses. The people who work at the store are extremely friendly and knowledgeable. One feels like theyíre sage spirits who shunned all that nebulous stuff about wisdom, charity and benevolence to take on an expertise in fine booze. When I asked one employee if they had any mead in stock he led my friend and I on a long and dangerous expedition through endless fields of wine. We arrived at the other end of the store where he dove into a mound of wine bottles and came up again proudly holding a bottle of mead. He then procured some spectacles from his coat pocket and proceeded to lecture us on the proper production of mead, this particular brandís strengths, weaknesses and how he thought it compared to other meads. No other store even dares to approach this level of selection and service.
While the Fantome supply is gone, I did find a lot of Full Sail brews and some rare SKA bottles too! Overall, the selection is good even if you canít break sixers, you should be able to walk out with some nice bigger bottles of good brews. Recommended if near southern area of Metro Denver.
fly (263) austin, Tejas, Texas | November 11, 2004
Glad to have a friend along that was a good navigator as this was a location you had to want to find. Was worth it and managed to add to the weight of my return haul.
Terminus (367) St. Louis, Missouri | August 20, 2004| Updated July 2, 2012
a very good liquor store in the south suburbs of Denver. Very close to C-470. They have most of the things you can get in the region. they still have some full sail imp porter from last year....An even bigger beer selection this time around compared to 2005-wow! you can get anything here that is available in CO. This is definately the best beer store in the metro Denver area that i have been to
Daunting array of beer that just goes on and on along the back walls...surely one of the top 5 I've ever visited in the state. Only pity is most of it is only available in six packs (with the exception of stuff that doesn't normally sell in sixes). Haven't had much run-in with the staff as far as expertise/knowledge goes, but it's good enough. They seem unwilling to budge on the single bottles idea. Prices are pretty typical. This is where I used to get my Fantome fix (Printemps, Black Ghost, Strange Ghost, etc.), but I think their source for that has since dried up.