I’ve watched the selection at this store grow and grow. Regional and craft brews are strongly represented with Boulevard, Choc/ Pete’s Place, Rogue, Avery, etc. Not to mention plenty of imports from Belgium, Mexico, UK, France. No hurry and plenty of space. Plus prices are about the best they can be. I think it’s really everything you could want out of an Oklahoma seller, although some brewers won’t ship to our state. Strike up a conversation and see where it can lead you. The staff loves to help you find what you want.
Lawsonciv (3) Norman, Oklahoma | November 9, 2009| Updated November 16, 2009
My favorite place to go and get beer. Huge selection of singles. Huge selection of six packs. I guess for Oklahoma they have everything you can get. Once I started going here for beer, I haven’t been anywhere else.
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.
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.
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.