A huge home improvement / grocery store with an incredible craft selection. Took me a good hour to browse through it all. A massive selection of U.S. beers, roughly divided by region. Also considerable selection from U.K., Germany, Belgium and Denmark, and some rarity countries as well. Also, a nice bunch of Mexican crafts also available. Prices seem reasonable, although I don’t have a full grasp of the Ohio price level.
Everything available in singles, and very nice that there were small bottles available of the most, and not only bombers. Some also available chilled. More to it, they have a list of recently added crafts, if you visit there more often.
I’d definitely rate Anderson’s over Marino’s and Joseph’s in the Toledo area. This place is not to be missed.
I’d rated the Andersons Market in Sylvania, but figure I’d add one for the general store as well. Same great selection in more of a walmart general store setup. They usually have one or two Three Floyds, tons of locals and a little of everything else. A fine selection that rivals many bottleshops I’ve been to. The people working in the beer area are usually knowledgeable and enthusiastic about craft brew. I always stop in to one of the Andersons when visiting the in-laws.
A large grocery store with a surprisingly good selection. A typical large grocery store with some helpful staff and a surprising selection. Prices are good. A nice place just over to border to get some brews not available in Michigan.
amazing selection. got awesome service from Ken. and very competitive prices, much cheaper than expected. well worth going if your in the area.
flatmatt (81) Northville, Michigan | June 11, 2011| Updated July 24, 2016
I was a little concerned when I saw how huge this store was, but whoever’s in charge of their beer sure knows what they’re doing. Lots of singles, almost everything in bombers and 750s is available refrigerated. Walk-in cooler as well, with mostly the same selections as are available outside the cooler. Pretty strong selection for me on my visit from Michigan; this was my first stop, and I blew my whole budget here. There was an employee in the beer section who offered to help me and who was helping other customers as well. Checkout area was crowded, but didn’t take long. Certainly a good place.
Huge just like the Anderson’s on the south side of town. I must say the southside store has the better beer selection. This place did have some very nice and cheap glassware. Picked up one of those Sam Adams glasses for $1.99. Nice store overall though. Almost everything in six packs is also available in singles as well.