A large big box type store, just of a main road with lots of parking in an empty plaza. Service was decent, but nothing great. They do help you carry your stuff to the car though. Selection was very large with broken down 6 packs and a nice marked down area. Prices were cheap compared to other locals. A great shop with a big selection. Out of the way but worth the effort.
Stopped here on my most recent STL visit since I’ve heard that Corral Liquors across the river in IL has declined. This is a massive supermarket of alcohol and my liver delighted. For beer, they have a wide selection of quality imports, most available as singles. They also have a pretty decent selection of mostly regional US micros available to buy in singles. Their US selection isn’t quite as good as Corral’s at least used to be, but I still was able to stock up on about 2 cases of new singles. They also have a superb selection of wine and spirits. In a bit of a congested area, but worth the trip.
Lukas Liquor is a big beer and liquor store in a strip mall at the intersection of Manchester and Clarkson, next to a Chuck E. Cheese. The service is helpful; they held a beer for me and greeted me at the door, getting it right away. The beer selection is one of the best in the area, rivaling Wine and Cheese Place and probably besting Randall’s. The prices are comparable to other stores in the area, give or take on certain items (Bush de Nuits was only $35 here). There is more stock than TWCP but the quality of selection is similar. What I like most is that this place actually sells single 12 oz. bottles- not just straight 6-packs or any of this mix-a-six bullshit- but entire aisles of singles. Hell yes. Why don’t more places in the STL area do that? Which brings me to the downside- this place is in far, far west county. It takes 45 minutes, more in traffic, for me to get here. And I never really have any other reasons to go to west county, which means I’ll stick with Randall’s or Wine and Cheese Place unless Lukas has something they don’t.
Great superstore. Huge selection of beer and other alcohols and a few gems. Must go if in the area. Prices were better than other beer stores closer to St. Louis downtown area.
Terminus (356) St. Louis, Missouri | September 16, 2005| Updated September 22, 2005
by far, the best liquor store i have seen around the MO side of st l.ouis. Its quite a haul out there though (taffic on manchester rd is awful!!). They have anything and everything available in the st louis region. a nice mix a 6pk section that has some local favorates in there as well. a decent selection of english and belgian brews as well. prices are fair and the service is fairly friendly. Wish i lived closer to this place!
A bit out of the way. Or on the way, depending on where you’re headed I suppose. Very large selection that is fun to browse, with something for everyone. Mix-and-match six packs. Good selection of Belgian, German, British ales, besides loads of local, regional and US craft.
Very nice store with a great selection. Did seem a bit out of the way. As a visitor it wasn’t a bad trip. Loved their singles section. Seemed everything was available as a single. Staff was very helpful. Very impressed. As good as an Lukas I have been to. Prices were not out of line. I believe it is worth the drive.
Nice selection of singles to create a build your own six pack for a cost of 9. I was able to create sample packs of some local brews on my way home from St Louis, so I was happy about that. They had a decent selection of foreign beers and a nice selection of local and regional beers. The glassware was plentiful and affordable and the staff was friendly. The only problem I had with the store was getting into and out of the parking lot.
Visited a couple of times, very nice selection. Staff is very friendly and helpful. Great selection of beers. Build your own 6-pack is awesome and a cheap way to try some beers without buying the whole sixer. The beers are organized very well. Good selecttion of hard to find items as well. Will definitely be back!