Wine Cellars at Stapleton | Denver, Colorado
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Wine Cellars at Stapleton
Currently with 1 rating
Type: Beer Store

2955 Ulster St, Ste 100
Denver, Colorado United States 80238 [ print map ]
303 780 9463;feed&story_fbid=;

Hours: M-Th, 11-9, F, 11-10, Sat., 10-10, Sun., 10-7

Wine Cellars at Stapleton

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1 review for Wine Cellars at Stapleton
 Ambiance  60%
 Service  80%
 Selection  47%
 Food N/A 
 Value N/A
 Overall  40%
 Rating  67%

notalush  (386) Denver, Colorado | December 18, 2009| Updated September 10, 2010
(THIRD UPDATE - this place gets worse every time I come in - they must not be making much of their money on beer, so their six pack selection has become depressingly lean as they make cooler space for more macros and white wines - they still have a couple of interesting bombers and 750, but overall I would say this has become a place a beer lover should probably avoid) [Please note that this place is showing up wrong on the map - it is on Ulster, between Martin Luther King Blvd. and 29th, behind the fire station] This new place just opened up a few blocks from my apartment - it doesn’t look like much, neither outside, nor inside - in fact, it kind of looks like it was meant to be a drug store - but, anyway, I walked in here on a whim, and imagine my delight when I saw both Dupont AND Foret on sale here - this is a very small store, and its emphasis is (obviously) on wine, but they have a well-selected assortment of craft beers - a few other belgians aside from the aforementioned saisons (no lambics, though, unless you count lindemans, which I do not), some port stuff (santa’s, high tide), Bruery (Two Turtle Doves), moylans, lost abbey (gift of the magi), others I can’t quite remember - fairly extensive regional craft six pack selection, given their small amount of space (they have Herman Joseph’s here, you know you want some!) - they need to beef up on their bomber selection a bit, but they have a really respectable start (UPDATE - since my last visit, they have started putting up Ratebeer tags, and they have hired a handful of young guys that seem to know their beer - their six pack selection has gotten a little larger, plus they’ve started stocking Consecration - it will be interesting to see where this place goes - UPDATE TWO - they have gone through their initial stock of interesting 750s and bombers, and don’t seem to have restocked with anything interesting - going downhill a bit at the moment - still have Consecration, though)

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