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Beer Available At Wolverine Market (arranged by most recent)
Bells Special Double Cream Stout 99, Bells Consecrator Doppelbock 94, Bells Best Brown Ale 93, Bells Amber Ale 88, Bells Oarsman Ale 49, New Holland Imperial Hatter 95, North Coast Brother Thelonious 97, Finchís Threadless IPA 90, Mendocino Talon Double IPA 97, Epic Hop Syndrome Lager 77, New Holland Michigan Hatter 83, Epic Hopulent IPA 98
rumproasts (130) Grand Rapids, Michigan | May 3, 2012
74 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 9/10 SELECTION 10/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 8/10 OVERALL 15/20
primarily a liquor store, but a fair selection of beer with a few hidden gems. prices were decent.
dman1313 (2) Michigan | February 21, 2012
100 AMBIANCE 5/5 SERVICE 10/10 SELECTION 15/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 10/10 OVERALL 20/20
I have been a happy customer of Wolverines Market for years. They have a great beer selection, super friendly and knowledgeable staff. They offer some harder to find bombers and 750ís as well. Not to mention a fantastic wine selection. If you are in Port Huron, its definitely worth stopping by.
Johnsense (71) , | December 2, 2011| Updated February 4, 2012
80 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 10/10 SELECTION 11/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 8/10 OVERALL 16/20
Port Huronís other store, 4 minutes down the street from Ryanís. Not the selection that Ryans has but I find the prices can be better at times. All the stock was fairly fresh, and the serice here is extremely helpful (the area where it trumps Ryanís imho). Hopefully they expand more on their beer offerings - would love to see more MI seasonals.
cratez (200) Toronto, Ontario | November 14, 2010
82 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 9/10 SELECTION 11/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 9/10 OVERALL 17/20
My girl and I came here while doing a cross-border beer run in Port Huron. Upon entering the store we were greeted by Nate Bakko, the young guy whoís responsible for bringing in all the quality crafts and imports as of late. His dad, Andy, is the wine sommelier for the store and heís given Nate some freedom to order stuff from Founderís, Dogfish Head, Avery, Stone, and Bellís, among many other breweries.
The beer selection is tiny but high quality and seemingly fresher than a lot of the stuff thatís available at Ryanís. I grabbed a Samuel Smith Taddy Porter, DFH Olde School Barley Wine, Avery Maharaja, Founderís Red Rye, Centennial IPA, Breakfast Stout, Porter, Imperial Stout, and Pale Ale, Great Lakes Nosferatu, and Bellís Java Stout and Porter. These twelve beers only cost me $35, which is reasonable by Canadian standards. Beyond that, you can break apart six packs (which you canít do at Ryanís) and the staff are ridiculously helpful and friendly, as they chatted to us the entire time we were shopping and grabbed us a bunch of empty boxes to put the beers in.
Based on our solid experience here Iím convinced that Wolverine is worth checking out before heading to Ryanís. Nate and staff are doing great things with the beer and they know how to make their customers feel welcomed. I will definitely be back here on future trips.
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