This is a massive liquor store with a walk in cooler for bombers and a wall of coolers for six packs. The selection is really bizzare. There are very strange beers that I have never seen anywhere else in the Denver area including many very undesirable looking imports, yet many common beers that I would like to drink are absent. Some of these bottles are seriously old, so I would absolutely purchase things that are date stamped and fresh. Prices are in line with the area. No one should have a problem finding something good to buy here, but it’s not really a hidden gem for beer hunters. Serviceable.
A clean warehouse type store located in one of those town center developments. They have most of their beer in the coolers. They offer mostly six packs but their beer cave does have some othr bombers. Outstde the large Colorado section that every liquor store in this state has they had a couple of other gems like a Mikkeller 19 and a St. Bernardus Tokyo. I swear no one in this state understands the concept of the pick six and this place is no exception including such gems as bud light Chelada and Heineken. Still the people were friendly and though no beer destination it’s still a decent local six lack shop.
A very large and open liquor store located in a massive shopping area. The selection is fair and prices good, but i found nothing out of the ordinary craft beers, primarily CO brewers.
cubs (420) Fort Collins, Colorado | December 2, 2010| Updated December 12, 2013
Pretty decent place to find beers in the SE Denver Metro area. Nice walk in cooler with probably around 100 beers there with at least 50, maybe 100 more in the adjacent coolers. UPDATE: I recently picked some German beers here and they were expired and totally skunky and sour. Kind of ridiculous that they don’t check to see if their German beers are dated. These aren’t the kind of beers that are better with age.