satan165 (102) River Grove, Illinois | January 29, 2010
44 AMBIANCE 1/5 SERVICE 5/10 SELECTION 4/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 5/10 OVERALL 12/20
besides tha aforementioned bundle of oso beers, this place doesnt have much to offer. quiet as a library with mostly barren shelves in the wine department it looked like they were having a going out of business sale. all beer is chilled, the walk in has some new glarus but only the basics and zero unplugged-s. their build a 6 pack material was slim at best and included bud golden wheat. definitely not worth the drive, go to flanagans in appleton.
surlysober (24) Milwaukee, Wisconsin | June 11, 2008| Updated July 27, 2008
60 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 7/15 FOOD N/A VALUE N/A OVERALL 12/20
Ridgeway Liquor is by no means an exceptional liquor store, but it is a good one, and since itís located in the Fox River Valley, which isnít the beer-iest place in Wisconsin, it definitely deserves to be on this site. They do get extra points for a few reasons. First, theyíre the only liquor store East (and, I think, South) of Stevens Point, that carries Oíso beers. Second, the owner was extremely gracious when I visited. She came out from behind the counter and chatted about beer with me for a while and then mentioned that she had six Oíso beers broken out as singles in the cooler (I had only noticed 4 right-off-the-bat... The mix-a-six had an odd organizational structure). The rest of the singles selection was just OK, but the walk-in beer cave was pretty decent, with Bellís, Central Waters, New Glarus Unpluggeds, and a couple of other Midwest standouts. Overall, although it didnít have the wide selection that Flanaganís in Appleton has, my experience at Ridgeway Liquor was very good. I might be mistaken, but I believe this is a new establishment, so Iíll definitely check back in next time Iím in the area.