not a pretty place, but especially for an out-of-towner who lived here before he was legal, the new distro selection is fantastic. LOTS of Craft brews and Canadian swill varaints not available the further you get from there.
Not many beers, but what they had was top notch. Many anniversary beers, some Maine Beer Company stuff, and plenty of big beers. I was quite pleased. Was weird though, but six bombers and they jammed them in a cheap plastic bag. Plus no carts or carrying totes. Discouraging volume buying. Prices were okay. Service was okay, front desk guy knew his stuff.
Typical beer/liquor store ambiance, though the one staff member there did know his beer. Smaller store so the selection suffers, but prices are in line with other stores in the area. Some Hoppin Frog that isn’t at Premier bumps up the selection a bit. Growler fills are a plus. A bit out of the way from anything touristy but probably the best store this side of Grand Island.
Friendly staff. I mulled over beers and wandered around for an hour and they bore with me. Has most that Wegman’s has and more, but doesn’t let you split up sixers. About ten taps of growler draught when I was there. A good import section with lots of Danish and Belgian goods. Lots of imp stouts, Belgian styles. A few cheap bombers ($4) and the rest usually fall in the 7-12$ range. Filled up a backpack of beer here but unfortunately couldn’t go crazy for fear of raising the wrath of Canadian customs.
A hard one to rate. Not much to look at, and the selection isn’t extensive. But the ones they’ve got are well chosen, both domestic and foreign. Lotsa space in the aisles. Helpful staff. Very handy if you’re coming from Niagara Falls, Canada.
ive had mixed service at this location. and i dont find the selection nearly as good as others ive been too. still, its the best beer store in Niagara falls (that ive found thus far). and its so close to the border