Definitely a place worth checking out. I popped in out of curiosity and was met with a warm welcome by the staff. The selection’s pretty strong for Oklahoma. Plenty of stuff from Prairie etc. featured. I was pretty damn lucky with the timing of my visit, as they had just gotten a few 3 liter bottles of Prairie’s anniversary beer in. The only criticism I have is their lack of cold storage space for beer. Overall, a recommended spot.
I try to stop in here as they seem to have one of the better set ups for craft beer in the OKC area. The staff doesn’t appear to be overly knowledgeable on beer itself but happy to help me find desired beers. Selection is towards the top end of OKC selection. Prices are competitive as well. IMHO one of the better liquor stores in the area.
Nice, large, clean store in Norman. Seemed to have the majority of Oklahoma beers in stock. One employee was most helpful in finding locals and the history of craft brewing in Oklahoma. Enjoyed my visit.
Let me say this place has the best selection I have seen in the Norman/OKC area by far. Huge singles selection and nice variety of local special releases. Picked up a Rye-on-Rye, Cuvee 4, and a Marshall Cucuy. Didn’t think the prices were too high as stated in some other reviews. Must stop if traveling through Norman.
Closest good store to the border with huge wall of singles and bombers, euro section is smaller but have tons of local /regional selections, check the end cap specialty stand for a few more
troyc (147) Illinois | September 16, 2008| Updated April 21, 2010
They now have an excellent selection of singles including locals. Some of them are a little hard to find for the area as well.
A good place to stop in town for a 6-pack of beer. A decent selection, but not as good as Joe’s Place. Prices are pretty good. I found that singles are harder to come by here compared to other places in town though.
Very large, very open, clean, warehouse looking store. Surprisingly good selection considering the location. Decent selection of Belgians, locals, and other odd beers. If you are into cheap Russian pale lagers, congrats, you have found your Mecca. If I lived in Norman, this is probably where I would come for beer.
I had to revise my review based on a recent experience. The Cellar tends to charge more for beer ala carte than they do in a case and on top of this two different cashiers have tried overcharging me on two different occasions. I get the feeling that they are greedy. When I didn’t want to use my debit card because I had cash in the car and went out to get it, one of the staff gave me a dirty look. Sorry, Cellar. I won’t be back. EVER. Douchebags.