Always expanding beer selection in a rather upscale QFC grocery. Sometimes you can find very interesting beers here, though the prices are pretty variable. There are some deals and other things are priced too high and sit around for ages. If you’re in the area, this is a fantastic resource. Never have seen staff in this part of the store though, and I wouldn’t expect much help in selecting something.
Very nice selection for a grocery store. It is not the QFC next to Bottleworks (as a few other reviewers have mentioned). On more than one occasion I have been pleasantly surprised with some unexpected finds.
Nick the beer buyer for the store is a great guy with a ton of knowledge. He will help you navigate his enormous selection which is very well priced. I would consider this a must for anyone looking for a good selection.
Smurf2055 (53) Seattle, Washington | December 24, 2011| Updated February 3, 2012
Love this place. Won’t find any of the super rare beers here, and it’s often hard to find anyone stocking to chat with or help you, but this is hands down the best value anywhere in Seattle. Tremens at 4.99, Howe Sound Liter swing tops for 9.99, and most major brewery bottles from out of state (Dogfish head, Southern Tier, Avery) at about $1.00 less than any other bottle shop in the area. Plus it’s always fun to scoff at the frat boys hauling off their 24 packs of Miller Lite and Corona, right?
Fairly good selection. It’s close to Bottleworks, sort of. There is another QFC that is adjacent to Bottleworks that has a decent selection, too. This QFC seems to have the better selection, in comparison to the aforementioned location. Nice selection of 22 oz. bottles. Various desired breweries are represented. Obviously, service is non-existent, but who cares? Food is grocery store food. I’d say it’s worth the visit. Make sure you stop here before Bottleworks, that way you’re not paying the huge markups that Bottleworks can sometimes have. Prices are the same as every other QFC. Worth a visit, in my opinion.