West St Paul Beer Guide: Your West St Paul guide to beer, beer bars, breweries and brewpubs

Latest reviews from West St Paul

98 /100
Booze Mart (Beer Store)
1673 ROBERT STREET SOUTH
“Despite its suburban location, early closing time, and name, this place is a great craft beer store with cool, really knowledgeable staff!“
daneroberts 2621 days ago
68 /100
Booze Mart (Beer Store)
1673 ROBERT STREET SOUTH
“Was in the area, so checked this place out. Not a huge selection of craft by any means, but what they had was solid. A nice selection of singles as well, which was great. Seeing Founders All Day IPA sitting out while BMC was in the cooler was disturbing though. Service seemed friendly, but the store was not much to look at and cramped.“
HarvesterOfSorrow 2864 days ago
78 /100
Booze Mart (Beer Store)
1673 ROBERT STREET SOUTH
“Good store. A gentleman by the name of Mike was very helpful. They have a very good selection and there are definitely some gems here. The have slow turnover on some beers, but quick turnover on others. For the most part prices are awesome. There are a few things that are slightly more expensive, but well worth the stop“
emeinz 3354 days ago
88 /100
Booze Mart (Beer Store)
1673 ROBERT STREET SOUTH
“Pretty nice store as far as craft beer goes. You can basically walk around the store’s perimeter starting from either the right or left and peruse all craft brews. Nice selection, had the Black Butte XXIII in stock shortly after it was released. Most prices were reasonable. Staff was busy, but nice when approached. Quick to grab anything I needed or answer any questions. Will definitely return here again.“
laymansbeerfan 3490 days ago
74 /100
Booze Mart (Beer Store)
1673 ROBERT STREET SOUTH
“Since I live relatively nearby this location, it’s normally my regular stop to pick up a sixer for the week. There’s a good selection here, but the store won’t always get the "latest and greatest" flash in the pan beer of the week, which doesn’t bother me in the least. It does however have a steady selection of quality craft beer, the service is always good, and the staff are very easy to talk to. Granted it’s not situated in the most ideal location, but the strong points more than make up for the location. Definitely worth a stop if you’re in the area.“
Guerde 3589 days ago
50 /100
Booze Mart (Beer Store)
1673 ROBERT STREET SOUTH
“I was excited to visit this store after talking to other BAs last fall at the Autumn Beer Fest(hearing of an expansion). I vistited this store on a Monday early afternoon. Upon entering the door of this average looking "strip center", I was greeted by a young lady. Making my way into the store, and heading to the right towards the coolers, I was greeted by green, a full door of green...Heineken,Pils Urquell and other "green" bottles. After passing that up, I headed down the set of cooler doors that were more like billboards for the Miller,B&C companies, but that should not come as a surprise, being that the current owner use to own a Miller wholesale business in the Twin Cites. They do have a lot of beers, I would guess around 600, they have ALL the packages of M,B,C, including a couple of package sizes of Miller Chill. Making my way around the store I started to discover the more interesrting collection of craft and import beers I came for. They do have a fairly nice selection of items, but there is one thing that worries me, it seems like they, as do alot of the "new HOT beer stores" are just in it to make the "HOT" money. They get in to "IT" and order everything that is "craft" or "NEW", they order everything that their sales person offers. This is a bad way to run a "beer store". This might explain why they have beers out of date, and are still selling 5LTRs of Bells Oberon(not that this is bad, but this shows that the traffic flow is not there). Buyers need to know what they are buying, or just shop at the proven shops. “
barrelaged1 3687 days ago
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