Cavernous place dedicated mostly to wine. The tinted windows and air conditioning offered a welcomed respite from the 100 degree heat. The beer selectionís pretty meagre on the singles front. This is the kind of place to come and buy a case of your favorite staple. As the other review notes, some stuff looked pretty dusty. Iíd absolutely check dates if I was shopping here. Prices were very cheap. Prairie Bomb! was being sold for under $5.30 a bottle, which is by far the cheapest price Iíve ever seen for it. Service is nonexistent, and I felt like the staff was uncomfortable that I was taking a few minutes to look at their beer. Overall, Iíd stop in here again if I was looking to buy in volume.
AMBIANCE 2/5 SERVICE 2/10 SELECTION 7/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 5/10 OVERALL 12/20
Beer selection is better than some but not something to drive across town for. Beer also doesnít appear to have much turnover judging by the amount of dust on the bottles. This is more of a spot to pick up liquor, not beer.