Stopped in November 15, 2011. Very comparable to the Plainfield location. There is a nice wide selection of beers. I noticed a couple shelves with singles only and there were singles spread throughout the beer aisles for select beers, which was nice. Service was good in that I was asked a couple times if they could help, granted I was one of 2 or 3 in the store with 3 employees but still. Would have given an 8 on service, but all 3 employees had no clue what I was talking about when I asked if they were getting LA Angel’s Share. Prices seem really good, especially compared to MN.
Quality: This place is always new beers in stock, and has a side stand showcasing all of the new beers that are available.
Service: Service is outstanding. Someone is always around and able to help out with questions, and Anthony (the customer service manager) sends out a weekly e-mail with all the new beers they have in stock.
Selection: The selection is quite good for domestic craft brews. Some of the international selection is lacking, and it would be nice if they had more than just a few single bottles available.
Value: Overall, the prices are pretty good and well in line with other local stores. The sales prices are always very good, and I just picked up a six pack of Great Lakes Dormunder Gold for only $6.49.
Pretty good sized Binny’s with real nice selection of bombers, imports, sixers, etc. Did not see a singles selection, but they have a very nice selection. Probably in the top 2 or 3 Binny’s, and by far the best in the west and NW suburbs. Must stop if in area.
By far the best selection out of the Binny’s I’ve visited(which pretty much means the best selection in the area period), as well as the best prices. The customer service is actually quite high as well considering employees actually go out of their way to ask if you need help with anything. I’ve even over heard them discussing beer with other customers.
Ok I will tell you what I purchased at this store first; 05 olfbrikan winter porter,05 olfabrikan belgian strong ale, Shipyard signature barley wine, Lost Abbey Lost and Found, Founders Blushing Monk for $55, They also Had but just could not buy is an angel share for 29.99, Apis Jawiga for 30, 3 Fontein for 36.99. Straight up it is one of the best liquor store selections I have seen in the Chicago area.
The best Binny’s in the chicago suburbs. I drive about 20 miles to get to it. The beer guy loves beer, gets the best stuff. Always new stuff, great selection. Service is top notch. If it’s available in the Chicagoland area, this place has it.
Good selection. Sometimes descent help. Sometimes not. Nice singles set up in the front of the store with a couple of noteworthy bottles.
lovemyipas (17) nw burbs, Illinois | April 16, 2007| Updated January 27, 2013
a little bit better than the naperville store selection wise. but pretty much the same as what i said about naperville one of the best stores to get anything you wanted or been wanting. of course it does not have every beer you desire but pretty damn close!