quaint little place south of GR. Most of the selection was common stuff but they did pull a couple things out of the back for me. Staff went out of the way to make some special things happen. Not familiar with bottle shops in the area but I’d come back to this one pending future area visits.
Not a bad place by any means, but the prices are hit and miss. Quite a few singles to choose from in the coolers, and they’ve now moved to selling everything else by the single as well. I fell like it’s gotten quite a bit better recently.
Decent selection of six packs and a few cooler doors of a build your own section. Lots of local and regional stuff, bought some Arbor and Clipper City. Staff was friendly and helpful and the prices seemed reasonable.
Finally checked this place out, and it was pretty good. Selection isn’t as huge as Siciliano’s, but a massive wine selection to make up for it. A lot of great locals, decently priced, and a bunch of belgians that i had to look twice because i haven’t seen it before. Break any six pack is always nice, and the guy behind the counter was really nice, even walking up to me when he had a minute to ask if i was looking for anything in particular.
bigtaster (99) Grand Rapids, Michigan | August 3, 2008| Updated February 10, 2009
Nice store with a good selection of six packs and singles. Prices are competetive. Also a good selection of wine. Great place to stop and get some good brew.
Good selection of beer and wine. Staff is eager to help. Good selection of micros and imports. Nice find here, a bottle of Dog Fish Head World Wide Stout from 2004. I made my rounds to all the stores in GR this past Christmas since the selection in North Carolina is not as refined as in Michigan, though they are finally starting to catch up.