Mcalester Beer Guide: Your Mcalester guide to beer, beer bars, breweries and brewpubs

Latest reviews from Mcalester

52 /100
Alamo Liquor (Beer Store)
524 EAST CHOCTAW AVE
“Stopped by on the way through town. The place was filled with rednecks when I got there, so I felt a little out of place as everyone else was grabbing hard liquor and I was quietly perusing the craft selection. They had several labels to choose from, and many of these I had never seen or heard of before, coming from Texas. They do not break up 6 packs, and do not sell 12 oz singles either which was frustrating. They also have everything on display at room temperature...I think which has to do with another great OK law. They had some larger bottles for sale individually though. Basically had the full line-up of Choc beers as well as their signature series. Also found some beer from Montana, which was surprising.“
Cavie 4759 days ago
50 /100
Alamo Liquor (Beer Store)
524 EAST CHOCTAW AVE
“I stopped here due to the fact that I was wanting to get full strength choc beer. It is a small basic liquor store, small selection of beers, but they did have some I never heard of. The employees seem nice, but they would not let me use the bathroom there even after spending $50.00....They said it was somewhat against the law.....oh well...the place was clean......“
SphinxTX 5031 days ago
54 /100
Alamo Liquor (Beer Store)
524 EAST CHOCTAW AVE
“The best package store in SE Oklahoma. Very friendly, accomodating staff. The selection is not the best, even in Oklahoma, but you can find Chimay, Westmalle, most of the larger, regional brewer’s beers (Sam, Sierra)and the Oklahoma brands (Choc). Most beers on the shelves are maco imports (Guinness, Bass, Spaten, etc). They have ordered everything that I have ever requested of them. So if you’re in the area, it is, in fact, a decent place to grab a few good beers.“
Cable 5555 days ago
60 /100
Alamo Liquor (Beer Store)
524 EAST CHOCTAW AVE
“Located one block south of the main drag, it sits next to a strip club and looks a little seedy. Inside there’s a decent micro and import selection, though there’s a surprising lack of single bottles, so there will be no Rogue, Orval, Chimay or La Trappe. However, the six-packs are fairly good, even having a few beers I don’t see in Norman or OKC, such as Sam Adams Black Lager. If you’re in the area, this is a decent place to grab some good beer.“
3fourths 6209 days ago
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