Superior Liquor has a decent selection of micros and imports, as well as a singles and bombers of some of the more common stuff (Colorado brews, DFH, etc.), but what really stands out is their keg room and keg prices. You can walk in the cooler and check out all the kegs they have available, which is usually a relatively good selection. The prices are pretty good, especially for crappy beer if you are having a keggar. $20 for a half-keg? Count me in. If the keg prices werenít so cheap I probably would not g there often, though, especially with stores like Liquor Max and Wilburs being closer.
Very large liquor store with the focus being on wine and then liquor and finally beer. The beer is located in wall coolers that occupy 1/2 of the interior wall space. Most of the stuff you can find in the cooler in cases. Selection is slanted towards US micros with a few Germans and Belgians, although not near the selection of Liquor Mart in Boulder. However, they did have Avery Meph when most others had run out. That part is current as of this rating and is subject to change rapidly.
Somewhat limited singles in the coolers, but not too bad. Rare that you will find anything different, but I think this is the only place Iíve ever seen that Royís beer from Mehana (though I donít think thereís any left now). Maybe worth a stop if itís convenient for you, but if youíre already going to Wilburs, Liquor Max, Liquor Mart, Total Beverage, or Davidsons...well...thereís not much point.
3fourths (1537) Boulder, Colorado | January 10, 2005| Updated April 20, 2013
A big store in a WalMart, Target, Applebees suburban strip mall area... a huge store but most of that is wine... beer is in the wall coolers, but their selection isnít nearly as good as Liquor Mart in Boulder.... however, they do have some bottles that Liquor Mart does not, so itís worth stopping in to find a couple of items.