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

Latest reviews from Sherwood Park

76 /100 310-6000 BUCKINGHAM DRIVE
“Cool to have a brewery in my home town. Two floor place with lots of space. They do flights, and service was friendly. Pizza was decent. Was in there in the afternoon one day with nieces, so kid-friendly. They have wifi. Beer was mostly decent or average, but nothing was bad.“
solidfunk 52 days ago
86 /100 SUITE 126-270 BASELINE RD.
“Great service and staff in this place. Walked into a Yukon Brewery tasting here and got to try about six of their beers here. Lots of good stuff from Alberta here - probably a better Alberta and B.C. selection than Sherbrooke or Keg n Cork. A few foreign imports as well. Great to see an awesome beer store in my hometown. They also do growler fills, with a focus on local stuff.“
solidfunk 1762 days ago
“New to Sherwood Park, Jason Reynolds the new owner at Crossroads is a fan of un-boring beer and memorable whisky. He’s been busy turning the store inside making room for an expanding ever-changing craft beer offering. If you are a fan of good beer, check out Crossroads. “
aweedram 2737 days ago
78 /100 SUITE 126-270 BASELINE RD.
“Tucked away in Sherwood Park this is a hidden gem. A small place with an interesting collection of beer and some surprises that are still in stock when they sell out at the larger bottle shops. Owners will take very good care of you and it is definitely worth a stop if you are in the area.“
Ferris 3117 days ago
94 /100 SUITE 126-270 BASELINE RD.
“Extremely helpful staff!“
deniser 3174 days ago
68 /100 7000 EMERALD DR #300
“This is the Emerald Hills location. Big store, lots of everything - wine, spirits etc... Decent craft beer selection, organization needs work, the beer is split into aisles feature "craft" "premium" and domestic. Found malt liquors in the craft beer section. Most beers are kept on the shelf at room temp, maybe not the best plan. Some beers that are on the shlelf are also in the cooler, but this is mostly sixers. They boast about having 1800 beers available, but there’s no way they have that many. I struggle to find new beers to rate every time I go, I’d guess their number is more around 1000. They don’t seem to keep up with new relases as well as other local stores. Bottle selction has pretty much remained the same since opening day, and I’ve been there 6 times since. Pricing is decent. Lots of taps (30?) for growler fills, or "howler" fillers (320z swing tops), selction seems to change weekly, there usually one or two new growler taps on, one employee told me they have about 50 kegs on hand and change them out pretty quickly. Growler fills can be painfully slow as the store offers free samples and hoards of people collect in front of the growler station for tiny 2oz samples and then never buy anything, while people waiting for fills wait aimlessly behind. Growlers can run from insanely cheap at 7.99 to crazy at 36.99 for 64oz. Staff don’t really know anything about beer. Overall, I like this place, but mainly for the growler selection. It’s also 6 mins from my house, so it’s hard not to stop here for convenience.“
pintbypint 3285 days ago
78 /100 SUITE 126-270 BASELINE RD.
“If for some reason you can’t make it into Edmonton proper to visit Sherbrooke or Chateau Louis or the evergrowing list of awesome beer stores popping up in E-town, I can wholeheartledly endorese Little Guy Liquor In Sherwood Park. Typical selection of wines, coolers, and hard stuff. Small but serious section dedicated to craft beer and imports, very friendly staff who are always willing to discuss the beer you’ve just purchased and when more like it might arrive. Eager to point out new brews. Picked up nice stuff from Handbrygereit, Rogue, Laughing Dog, Howe Sound, Deiu De Ceil, Half Pints and many others. Back beer cooler room has fairly standard selection with macro standard, some micro and regional six packs, but the two mini coolers before you go into the beer room have good stuff in them, if you are seeking singles, check there first. They have often stocked beers that Sherbrooke has sold out of.“
pintbypint 3799 days ago