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Beer Available At Lukas Liquor Superstore - Martin City - Kansas City (arranged by most recent)
Struise Pannepot Reserva 100, Bells Planet Series: Uranus - The Magician 99, Goose Island Gillian 98, Santa Fe Chicken Killer Barley Wine 88, Defiance Willy Nilly , Prairie Americana 99, Mystic Spectral Evidence 97, Stillwater Barrel Aged Series - Kentucky Styled Folklore 90, Rochefort Trappistes 6 98, Boulevard Smokestack Series - Imperial Stout X - Aztec Chocolate 97, Sierra Nevada / Boulevard Terra Incognita (Batch 3) 98, Prairie OK-SŪ 97, Goose Island Summer Ale 85, Uinta Crooked Line Sea Legs Baltic Porter 98, Boulevard Love Child No. 5 99, Bells Planet Series: Saturn - The Bringer Of Old Age 98, Deschutes Jubel 2015 98, Prairie Vous Francais 98, Goose Island Halia 99, Crooked Stave St. Bretta Autumn - Citrus Wildbier 96
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Pawola22 (21) Plainfield, Illinois | August 1, 2009
78 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 7/10 SELECTION 13/15 FOOD N/A VALUE N/A OVERALL 16/20
The largest selection of beer in Kansas City by far. Definitely supermarket-esque. Huuuge amount of wine and liquor too. They do a good job of getting new seasonals from whats available. The main beer guy is very friendly and knowledgable. Sure, they donít get FFF, Oskar Blues, RR, Stone, DFH, or Alesmith...but thats not up to them. Iím sure if a distributor carried any of those, Lukas would jump all over the opportunity. Pretty big build your own six pack selection too. One of my go to places in KC for sure.
Gr8fulTed (6) Leawood, Kansas | July 22, 2009| Updated November 12, 2009
88 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 10/10 SELECTION 13/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 9/10 OVERALL 17/20
I make the weekly beer tastings every Saturday and appreciate the efforts and knowledge offered by Lukas, and Mark in particular. One big concern of mine is the inability of local wholesalers to draw in the really good IPAís, such as Three Floydís from Indiana, Gordons and Dales from Oskar Blues in Lyons, CO, and California products such as Russian Riverís Pliny, Stone and Alestream. Lukas does get several quality products such as Hop Rod Rye, Racer 5, OíDells IPA, Southern Tier, Great Divide Hercules and on rare ocasion Bellís Hop Slam. KC Boulevard has stepped forward with their Singlewide, too.
bblack99 (30) Kansas City, Missouri | June 4, 2009
82 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 7/10 SELECTION 13/15 FOOD N/A VALUE N/A OVERALL 18/20
If you need a rare -- seriously rare -- beer in Kansas City, this is the best place Iíve found to hunt one down. The supermarket feel definitely wonít match the cozy atmosphere of some smaller stores, but few places in town match the quantity of Lukas.
For Northlanders like myself, the drive is ridiculously long to Martin City, but hey, just stop in at Jack Stack while youíre in the neighborhood!
Wide variety of super-rare 100s like Nogne 0, Mikkeler Brunch, etc. that youíre unlikely to find at the local Gomerís.
Friendly staff, but not a lot of interaction or pressure. I personally enjoy that, but you may have to flag down help if you canít find what youíre hunting.
aaronhaywood (5) Colorado Springs, Colorado | May 12, 2009
84 AMBIANCE 2/5 SERVICE 7/10 SELECTION 15/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 9/10 OVERALL 18/20
Me and my friends call this beer heaven. This is the best place to go in the Kansas City area. Its a bit of a drive if you are north at all but its absolutely worth the drive. Its not really in Kansas City but Martin City, I think. Its past Grandview and almost to Belton. Great mix-a-six selection and more imports than Iíve ever seen.
Zinister (52) Houston, Texas | March 15, 2009
76 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 6/10 SELECTION 13/15 FOOD N/A VALUE N/A OVERALL 16/20
Great bottle shop with large selection of beers. I only wish I could have brought more boxes to ship back.
csbosox (13) Prairie Village, Kansas | August 14, 2008
80 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 7/10 SELECTION 13/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 8/10 OVERALL 17/20
About the best selection on the KC, Mo side. Prices are good. Extensive mix a six. I would direct out of town people to this store above all others. My one problem with the place is it closes pretty early at night.
rader58 (7) Leawood, Kansas | June 11, 2008
84 AMBIANCE 2/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 14/15 FOOD N/A VALUE N/A OVERALL 18/20
If you want a TRUE selection of beers, this is the place. They carry many craft beers of the region and some hard to find imports. (Side note: Their Wine and Liquor selection is extensive too.)
HomeBrewHawk (22) De Soto, Kansas | January 18, 2008
84 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 14/15 FOOD N/A VALUE N/A OVERALL 17/20
If you were to make one stop in Kansas City to buy beer, this would be it. Lots of space devoted to craft beer. Wide selection of American micros, Belgians, and other European beers as well as cider. Lots of cooler space for good beer. Good selection for build you own six pack, both warm and cold. You should be able to find someone there who can answer beer questions. They hold weekly tastings as well as some other special events.
If you are into wine, they have a fantastic selection as well as a wine bar next door.
Gregis (24) Shawnee, Kansas | September 14, 2007| Updated January 7, 2008
86 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 15/15 FOOD N/A VALUE N/A OVERALL 17/20
Pretty much the beer-Mecca for about a 150 mile radius around Kansas City. You would have to drive about 3 hours to Omaha or Wichita, or 4 hours to St. Louis to find a comparable selection of craft beer. Picture a store the size of your local Wal-Mart and replace all of the shelves full of diapers, auto supplies and miscellaneous consumer goods with wine, beer and liquor. 2 shelves that run the length of the store display American micros, regional brews and beers from around the world. If you can get it in Missouri, including most special releases, itís usually here, at least while it lasts. The entire back of the store is a row of cooler doors all of which are devoted to beer (save a few) and the majority of that space is for craft beer. The BMC stuff gets about a third of it and a the majority of a large open floor area on the north side of the store. Phil, the beer manager, is a good guy and keeps the storeís beer blog (link above) updated every few weeks. You can mix-a-six from about 250-300 different beers (on the shelf or in the cooler), but unfortunately you canít break the higher end 4 or 6 packs. So, if you want to try the 12oz barley wines, impy stouts, specialties and imports, youíll have to pony up for the whole pack. If youíre driving through the area, this is the place to go, and itís only a few miles south of the loop.
seamus77 (6) kansas city, Missouri | December 6, 2006
62 AMBIANCE 1/5 SERVICE 6/10 SELECTION 10/15 FOOD N/A VALUE N/A OVERALL 14/20
the costco of liquor stores is a more apt description of this place. they have a nice selection, no doubt about it, beats the hell outta gomers (what happened to them?!) and they have everything royal has, just more of it. itís cleaner and has more room than gomers or royal, but has an empty carvernous warehouse feel. nice prices though itís not worth driving way the hell out to 135th for, especially when they were closed for thanksgiving. in the right plart of town and with a little less vacant feeling, this could be an amazing store...but it isnít, unless you need a couple dozen bottles of outdated tusker or a couple cases of crappy gluten-free beer. kc is destined to remain pitifully low on the beer-culture radar.
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