what a find!! Was on one fo many trips and was looking for something other than Budweiser (YUCK) and the hotel suggested happy Harry’s!
What a nice selection of everything. Beer, wine, spirits. I found out it’s one of the top rated liquor stores in the country.
Lot’s and lots of Microbrews and a more than ample selection of Belgians.
This was the first place I went to when I arrived in the Northern MN ND area. It’s a big farm looking building with lots of wine and spirits and in the back is the beer section. It’s not a bad selection. They are more then willing to special order things for you if you ask. The mixer six pack is decent and so is the single bottle section.
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.
Looks like if I want to get good beer in North Dakota, I have to drive to Fargo. I had low expectations until I saw the massive building from the road... huge layout is quite well stocked. Prices were fair, mixed sixer at $10-11 is not bad. Not a ton of singles to mix, and not a whole lot of bombers/750’s either. However, the wall of coolers and overall six-pack selection is impressive. This is by far the best location to buy craft beer in ND (haven’t been to the other HH stores yet). A must stop if you are in the area.
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.
Great place the make your own 6-pack. An impressive selection of Belgium abbey-style ales--in fact, there’s just a lot of ales period. Fun sales events throughout the year, including the popular penny wine sale (get there early if you want a full selection). Free bag of ice with purchase.
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.