This is a decent sized liquor store with a good selection of domestic micros, OK selection of Belgians and not too much else. Nice displayers of 40’s near the front door. No service to speak of, though I didnt seek any out. This had a bit more than Jensen, but not as much more as i would have expected given the size differences. Not even a block from Jensen’s, if you are going to hit one, i would recommend hitting both.
Went after going to Free State for lunch. A decent selection, nothing worth returning for. Was surprised there were not a lot of local brews available. Picked up a couple of items and thought the prices were fairly good.
There are 2 locations of this store, the other one is better (on 23rd and Iowa). Both carry a lot of stuff so they get a sligtly better deal, so you may save a 50 cents on a sixer or a buck of a large bottle. They are allocated more of the rare stuff and also once in a while sell a sixer at the end of the season for a whole lot less. But a bit too much of a commercial feel to it. And again, the wont have anything the other good beer stores in town have, they just may have more or a penny less.
First bottleshop stop of my KC beer trip, had tohit Lawrence for the 2 brewpubs and some Kansas brews. Decent sized store, the beer gets a good look. Nice selection of locals, decent singles section. Prices are pretty good, got ola dubh 40 for under 20 and a couple of other special brews. A better than average beer stop.
A cement styled liquor store. Its in a college town, so expect towers of macro cases, but they also have rather impressive rows of wine racks. The back of the store has a wall of coolers with six-twelve packs of the basic micros found in Kansas. Great Divide (and lots of Colorado), Sam Adams, Boulevard, Pony Express, and your just rarer than normal imports. Good but not great, although the staff is quite helpful (although there is likely to be your average greek life student working here as well).