Another solid bottleshop in Toledo. A stripmall storefront and an alleyway of isles inside.They’ve got good stuff. I found a 3floyds berliner amongst others. Normal prices. Funny place - beer is not orginized all over the place. Generally good though.
First night in Toledo and I wanted to visit this place. It’s a solid choice for anyone wanting craft, but it was not a mindblower. Mostly US big craft breweries, also Belgium decently represented. Some Ontario / Denmark / Germany entries also, among others.
flatmatt (78) Northville, Michigan | May 2, 2014| Updated July 24, 2016
Pretty nice store with a good range of beers in the back of the store. Pretty comparable to Marino’s to the west, though the bottles here are less dusty (could indicate freshness or could just be they dust them). No huge walk-in fridge here, though. Doesn’t seem to be much of a consistent organization scheme. Staff was friendly, but the guy who checked me out forgot to give me back my credit card. (Of course, I also failed to realize I hadn’t gotten back my credit card.) Had to head back to the store to pick it up. In the end, I’d certainly stop back here again.
Joseph plaza’s has recently undergone renovations, so it is much improved. I loved the set up, pretty easy to naviagate. Ask for Matt for more help--he’s a gem. Selection was worthy of the travel time, but call ahead and they will tell you when things are delivered. We just missed the alesmith truck! Have your ratebeer lists handy and beers will fall into your cart! prices were standard as well. If you get the mapquest directions, theading norht for I75, there are two 475 exits, you need the 2nd--most northern one.