This place is just like all of the Central Markets in Texas. Has just about all of the beers that are available in the market, with a few of them available in singles. Also a great selection of wine and cheese.
For a large chain Grocery store this place has a pretty decent beer selection. They have beers from most of the local and Texas breweries along with some imports from Europe. they have the typical BMC fare along with a lot of nice craft beers. Overall decent selection to look over if your there for groceries anyways. Plus central market always has great food stuffs.
Wow. Just wow. I have not been in here for a coupla years and was astonished at the state of the beer cooler. I have been by twice in the last few weeks to make sure what I saw the first time was not a mistake.
Huge holes in their beer set. Asked if there was any St A Spring bock in back ’cause it was out on shelf- answer no. Won’t even go look?
I counted over 10 6pks with 1 or 2 beers missing. Great for when you only want one, but it looked terrible.
BarZigKin (30) San Antonio, Texas | January 1, 2010| Updated February 13, 2010
Good selection/variety for north Texas. A one-stop place if you’re having a nice get together. Seasonals come in on time but are priced higher than other stores. Only place in north Texas I’ve seen Life and Limb. Almost all beers are cold with the exception of bulk endcaps of whatever they got a bargain on. Groovy atmosphere and helpful staff.
Good selection of beers and wine. An excellent place to stop if you are having a party and need beer, wine, bread, cheese, etc. Food quality is superb. Prices tend to be a bit high, but overall quality of the product makes it worth the trip. Good selection of meats and seafood too.
Not a typical grocery store; good beer selection, and amazing variety of food; also, this one is not a toney as the Dallas one. I guess my biggest complaints are that it gets crowded at lunch time too quickly and the service drops off sharply when that happens which is not unusual, just a hint to not go there at noon on a weekday.