The only way you could ever give this place a massive score is if you’ve never travelled outside of eastern Oklahoma. Biergarten’s a good store, but certainly not an unforgettable one. The selection’s modest, about 250 bottles or so. There’s a larger than average singles section (for Tulsa). There’s also more foreign stuff than you’ll find at other spots in town. This place is apparently known as the best bottle shop in town, so I’d wager most limited stuff doesn’t see much time on the shelves. Staff were friendly. One of them mentioned that they’ve already sold 60 cases of Prairie Funky Gold Mosaic in the 3 weeks its been out, which is pretty crazy. Prices were good. Overall, worth a look if you’re in the area.
I thoroughly enjoyed my quick visit to this store. I visited on a day when they were having a beer festival out in the parking lot, and despite the resources they were devoting to the festival the staff in the store was still very helpful and attentive. There is a huge selection of beer. They had beer overflowing here, boxes of it on the floor, and lots of treats to find if you were thorough in your search. I look forward to a return visit.
Stumbled into this place as a last resort at 8:55 on a Saturday night. I was shocked at the beer selection... One of the best selections of quality beer in south Tulsa, and if it weren’t for space limitations, might be the best selection. Prices aren’t too high... Employees seem to know beer pretty well... There are at least 8 liquor stores closer to my house, but I come here... That should sum it up.
Nice smaller store located in a strip mall. Owner was very pleasant and knew Oklahoma beers and the craft beer scene very well. Decent selection and decent prices. Had a nice selection of Prairie Artisan and other Oklahoma beers. On the outskirts of Tulsa, but worth the drive.