Very good selection. Itís a huge store. If you go there, however, MAKE SURE you check the dates on your bottles; Iíve made the mistake several times of not checking them, and about 20% of the beers I buy there are expired. Last week, I popped open a bottle... that expired 2 years ago. I bought it last week. CHECK THE DATES!!!
Always a friendly greeting when you walk through the door here. Large selection of beers and it keeps getting better. Plenty of imports and micros. There are a large number of Belgium beers to choose from. There are a good amount of single bottles from Germany, Russia, Poland, etc. Prices are pretty good. They also have mix and match six packs. It is mainly a wine store, but there are still quite a few there that know their beer and all of them are willing to help. Periodically they also offer beer classes to help introduce people to a particular line or style. Between this on the west side of St. Louis and Corral Liquor on the east side of St. Louis you can get a heck of a lot of different beers in pleasant environments.
Great selection - comparable to Corral across the river (some different beers). they arenít quite as liberal about letting you make your own 6ís (but they did have a braod selection to choose from). They also have a small selection of glassware. Traffic on Manchester is awful, but it beats going into Illinois. My new favorite place.
I feel a little disapointed, because I live 30 yards from Starrs, and I drove all the way to Ellisville for pretty much the same selection. I must admit, i did make a purchase based on the mix-a-six, not because they had beers I couldnít get at Starrs, but because it would save me from buying sixers of Abita and Bells. As for the Rogue bombers, maybe I was there at a bad time, but Starrís has 2 more than this place. I must admit, prices were slightly better than Starrs, and the place was pretty cool. I just donít see myself driving all the way there again, unless Iím picking up singles for a trade or something. Probably the best place to go if travelling through and looking for singles.
Stopped here on my most recent STL visit since Iíve 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 isnít quite as good as Corralís 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.
jpm30 (57) East Central, Georgia | January 31, 2006| Updated May 18, 2006
Beer Blog to check for new beers is: http://lukasstl.blogspot.com ---With the improvements that have been made in the last 2 years, now one of the better beer stores in the St. Louis area. You will find many micros here that are not available on the east side of the river like New Belgium, Odell and Shiner. The Rogue bomber selection is the best in the area. Belgian, German, UK and import selection is excellent. Service is first rate and if you have a question, ask for Mike, their beer consultant. The easy way to get here from STL is to take west I-64/US40 to the Clarkson Rd exit, then south on Clarkson and you will avoid all the traffic on Manchester.
What I love most about this place is that it is a three dimensional catalog of whatís available in St. Louis. Absolutely wonderful selection, but they will have it in three different sizes! Mixed sixer has a great selection (warm or cold). Beer tastings every Saturday. Matt does a great job juggling samples, questions and special orders, while the whole time convincing people who say they don;t like beer to try a peach lambic. Belgian and English selections are top notch and broad spectrum of domestics. Walked around with a sample, and shot the shiy with the customers and had a wonderful time.
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 big ass liquor store in west St. Louis county. A very nice selection of imports and micros along with the usual make your own 6 pack wall. The singles are for sale warm or chilled in the cooler. A very impresseve selection and probably the best in the St.Louis area.