Butters (188) Richmond, Virginia | January 14, 2008| Updated February 2, 2010
This store now has a good ’mix your own 6-pack’ of singles available in the area. At least a variety of 80+ micro’s to choose from. I believe for about $12.
I just had to rerate this place after going back. The selection is still good for the richmond market i suppose. But the customer service and beer knowledge has vastly improved. Can’t say much for the other employees, but the scrawny guy definitely has a passion for beer. And has quite a bit of knowledge to back it up. He also totally hooked me up today when I came by. Not only did he break up two sixers of good, moderately expensive beer, and sell me a mix pack below the 6-pack price, he threw in a bottle of hopslam from the back room! I will certainly be shopping here again.
This store has a very nice beer selection and it is growing consistently. Craft Beer seems to be the focus of this store vs wine that is featured at most other wine and beer stores. Selection of Belgians is impressive. Also has some beers that others don’t carry such as Bell’s. Staff is knowledgeable and helpful. Only knock is a lack of build your own singles six packs. Store location is good, easy in and out.
obguthr (21) Staunton, Virginia | June 9, 2007| Updated July 20, 2007
Richmond tour Stop 1: It’s fairly good size store with a great selection of imports and micros. There were a few I didn’t recognize and hadn’t seen elsewhere. Belgian styles were well represented. The staff was friendly and unobtrusive, but not terribly knowledgeable. The biggest drawback is they have few small bottle singles. They did have a few premade variety 6 packs. I got the Tommyknockers variety pack.
Numenor (19) Richmond, Virginia | August 6, 2006| Updated January 8, 2007
A mediocre beer store in Richmond, one that I rarely go to. Their beer selection leaves quite a bit to be desired. Not that great for parking.
Some harder to find beers, but mostly centered around the Belgians, though they will order others in if you ask.
Kinz (66) Glen Allen, Virginia | July 17, 2004| Updated October 8, 2006
Under new ownership. The beer selection has improved greatly since their low point, but is now basically just stocked with the "standard" micros and Belgians. Not that this is a bad thing, it just doesn’t get very exciting. I took away a point from ambiance since the dog isn’t there anymore.
Went here for the first time on 12-31-03. NICE slection of beers! Picked up some Quelque Chose, Abbaye Val Dieu, and Orval among others. They had several nice beer sets available and plenty of imports and micros. The staff seemed very receptive of my inquiries into other beers and stated they were trying to get as much in as possible. I noticed that they were on a first name basis with some customers and were directing others towards particular beers based on what they liked. Definitely worth your time!