Decent size Binny’s with nice selection of bombers, six packs, and imports. Still had GI Juliet, nice selection of Brewdog brews, and a Faro lambic. Pretty good selection for area and a bit better than the Des Plaines Binny’s. What hurts this place is that they don’t have a singles rack. Will stop if in area.
First of all, a BIG thanks goes out to Andrew Rupert, Beer Consultant, who went above and beyond the call of duty during my visit. He helped go through the list of beers that were on the list of beers rated and made it easier to find the beers that were not on the list. This made beer shopping more efficient and more fun! Spent over $600 and this included 5-7 meads as well. This store is definitely on the must go to again list the next time the beer fridge is in need of being restocked. Thanks again for all of your assistance, Andrew!!
This was a solid Binny’s that I found when I was working in Elk Grove Village. It’s a larger store, with the open, bright warehouse feel of the others. The beer selection was bigger and better than the original Chicago store, and there were a few gems I found such as Bush Prestige.. I found a bunch of stuff to buy. The service was good when I was able to track someone down. Worth a stop if you’re in the area.
Very good beer selection with lots of foreign brrews. However, they only sell a select gross or so as singles, and I wish they would sell everything they have a singles or mixed sixpacks. Prices are pretty goof though.
I stopped in here to pick up some Dreadnaught. The rest of their selection is decent, but similar to what you can get in the Madison area. The only exception might be the Munsterfest (FFF) which I’ve not seen. The prices were reasonable but you aren’t able to break up six packs. That put a damper on my purchases. If you are at Schaumburg Mall and need a Dreadnaught fix, stop in here.
Comparable to the store in Orland... which I guess is a silly thing to say, since it only makes sense to those who’ve been to both. Solid selection as with most Binny’s. Nothing "new" for me except a bottle that I picked up to celebrate National Mead Day this month. Still, I’d stop by if in the area again.