Huge place. Most beers are in sixers, 12 packs or cases, and most stuff is macro. But there is one fridge case with bombers and 750sand a small shelf of singles - mix and match sixers for ten bucks. Very helpful staff.
A large liquor store, pretty commercial looking. Beer selection is a good size, which had things that were sold out elsewhere. Prices were pretty good, especially on the build your own 6 packs. Staff was great, a home brewer showed me what was good and recommended local places to visit. I would recommend it easily.
It’s a giant barn located near the interstate. Luckily there’s plenty of parking next to the building. It’s even bigger than the 16th ave location which means twice the craft beer but also 5 times the BMC. In fact if you buy 5 cases at a time yiu get a 20% discount. The beer in the coolers is mostly BMC. They have a longer aisle with craft beer and more singles though more dross as well. They have 100-120 bombers all refridgertated. They had some 6-7 Mikkellers and a Struise Pannepot so it’s not all dodgy. The service was fantastic. I saw clerks take cases of beer to customers cars several times. How often does that happen at a liquor store? Sure this selection isn’t Blue Max but there are a couple of gems to be found.
Best place in Fargo for craft beers. Barn-shaped building on 45th, decent selection of mix-and-match 6’ers, smaller number of imports, but they have most of the more common micros available in the area.
A large liquor store with a solid selection and nice feel to it. Layout is warehouse like but good attention to the details with faux wooden shelving gives the place a bit of a feel. Didn’t really interact with the service other than at check out. Seemed to have a good selection. Prices did seem a bit steep but not much of a comparison.
Visited here while on my way from North Dakota to Minnesota - only reason I stopped is because I saw it listed on another website. Had a good selection of Midwestern beers and a few usually unobtainable Rogues (Smoke and Mexicali). Also enjoyed the discount cart that had a few gems such as Sprecher Hefe Weiss in it. The staff seemed friendly and the place was very orderly and clean and the staff was friendly. If you happen to find yourself in Fargo, North Dakota - stop by and pick up a bottle or two.
Huge liqour store, but relatively small beer area compared to the rest of the store. Fair size beer area I guess, but was expecting better. Went in there for some SD beer, which I did get, so that was good. Rest of the selection was lots of MN and WI, plus the usual micro/imports. Prices seemd pretty fair and staff seemed very friendly and eager to help. Probably good for the area, but only OK overall.
Shaped like a barn and claims to be a top 10 liquor store in the nation. Inside, I was met with a little disappointment. Singles selection wasn’t great, and overall selection wasn’t amazing. That having been said, for the area, it is undoubtedly very good. Also, they do have an area that is devoted to North Dakota wine/mead/cider. Service was non-existent beyond the register, but that isn’t a big deal for me. Prices were pretty good. Seems like a solid place for Fargo, but not somewhere you should go out of your way for to seek out gems.