The have mostly Colorado and Iowa beers. I didn’t see any Central Waters in there today. :( The food (farm market) looks like it’d be good. The fruits and veggies look very fresh. There were samples of peaches available (half a dozen types or so). Good wine selection? Make a 6er of beer for "cheap".
Nice selection of micros (especially for an out of towner like myself). Discounts on cases of mixed beer (I bought 2 cases worth of singles). There was 2 beer guys walking around a ready to assist and answer my questions.
Good place to visit, they cary a decent selection from colorado and the area have a nice build your own sixer of random stuff. The service is always friendly w/ lots of good fresh foods and fruits. Nice place.
A large selection of overstocked micros mostly from the Rocky Mtn States. Beers are often quite past their prime. Nothing is worse than a hop-heavy western ale that has aged. The Wisconsin beers are usually okay. Even the huge cheese selection must be picked through carefully. And it too, is mostly pretty standard fair you could get in a grocery store.
Nice selection of single beers. Closest Central Waters outlet to Milwaukee, I believe. Not much in terms of foreign beers though.
StewardofGondor (122) Washington Heights - Milwaukee, Wisconsin | December 28, 2004| Updated July 8, 2005
Great place. Their employees are very knowledgable and are always ready with a recommendation. Good at classifying beers, knowing what awards certain breweries and beers have won, and what is an even better selection than what you were picking out. A lot of their beers are from Colorado, but they’re carefully selected and deserving to try. Plus, you get to make your own 6-pack of 12-oz. bottles for just $6.99, picking from nearly their entire stock. So why did I give the food category a high score? It’s simple - they have oodles of cheese. Highly recommended.
Go here if you’re a WI rater looking for new stuff, not if you’re looking for weird WI brews. Wonderful selection of small mountain state breweries. Their liquor guy knows his stuff, too. As an added bonus Kopps is right next door serving up Milwaukee’s best frozen custard.
balke13 (22) MIssoula, Montana | January 26, 2004| Updated February 15, 2005
they had a good selection of what seemed to be colorado brews like avery, great divide, yellowstone brewing, flying dog, ect... as well as a small section of wisconsin micros which was quite disappointing...an ok place if you want some colorado micros
Best selection of western US micros I have seen in the midwest. They don't have very many great beers, but they do have a good selection of average to above average brews. Don't come here looking for imports, as there really isn't anything that special in that area.