Typical BevMo layout except the beer is on the left hand wall as you enter the store. For some reason the pick six selection is located in the middle of the store away from the other beer. They have a lot of regional craft but a weak Belgian section and nothing too terribly rare.
This place has a pretty solid selection and good prices for the most part. There’s a nice array of quality California offerings. They seem to offer everything brewed at Hermitage in San Jose, CA. I also see Ninkasi which I like. Just like a few other large warehouse like beer stores there are far far too many delicate beers languishing away at room temperature. WTF! Put in some more cold space!
for a mass-produced wal-mart liquor store, this place isnt bad. I do find the occasional rare beer here (at least for me) when i come visit Phoenix. staff seemed frienldy unlike some of the raters below. prices are very good and consistent. If you dont have much time going through phoenix on I-10, then this is definately a place to stop, since its just a few feet off the highway.
Evening manager very arrogant. Asked if they had a cold 24 pack of Heineken and the ’manager’ said he doesn’t have room in his coolers for that in a very condescending manner but there is a bunch of shit piled up sky high in the cooler. Asked for 2 cold 12 packs at the 24 pack price (a savings of 5 dollars) and was talked down to by the same ’manager. Place is gigantic but selection is weak. Decent deals on hard liquor and bulk mass produced beers but anything remotely rare is expensive
As with most BevMo’s, this store is always clean and well organized. Above average selection. though nothing extremely rare. Good prices overall, with great specials at time. Definately worth a visit if you live nearby!
As far as BevMo goes, this is a pretty run-of-the-mill branch. Sure, there’s an expansive selection of beverages available (especially when it comes to ordering kegs), but there’s nothing offered here that isn’t stocked at more quality locations in the Valley.