3fourths (1569) Boulder, Colorado | January 4, 2010| Updated April 20, 2013
truly superb beer, wine and bourbon selection. just too far from where I go in denver to be worth it. warehouse interior isn’t very inviting, but prices are low and the selection is expansive. also one of the best places in denver for quality wine glassware.
A large liquor store south of Denver, conveniently located off C-470. The beer selection is vast and varied with a large singles selection and plenty of Eastern European brews, if those are your thing. Nice staff, plenty of parking and easy to find.
Large, warehouse style store with lol plenty of parking. They have nearly 70 coolers of beer divided by location and quality. (Gotta love the economy beer sign. Definitely truth in advertising.) they have a really solid selection of local and regional craft as well a dome solid Belgian and Danish bottles. Unlike most of the Liquor stores in the state they have a solid pick six selection. Maybe because it was earlier in the day but I had several people ask me if I needed he’ll whilst clearly standing in front of the beer section. Not. Destination location from a national perspective, its probably amongst the best in the Denver Metro.
theisti (899) Kansas | December 24, 2008| Updated September 9, 2014
Good option on the south side of the city. They had a decent selection of imports, particularly Germans when I was in. Also had Mikkeller, Nogne, etc. A bit lacking on the Colorado micros, and not really any singles to speak of. Overall, above average beer selection, but nothing to really blow you away. Really no service to speak of.
76 = ★★★ (Worth the visit, must for locals, and visitors with time)
I only use the total score, not the component parts.
cubs (420) Fort Collins, Colorado | December 19, 2010
Fairly good selection with several coolers of bombers but still I found it lacking on some Scandinavian brews and anything rare. Wilburs, Boulder Liquor Mart, and Daveco are all better in my mind.
First of all, this place is in an area that has some of the worst traffic I’ve seen in the entire metro area - seriously, folks, why the hell would anyone want to live out here in Littleton? - if I wanted traffic this bad, I would have moved to Chicago - anyway, this store is HUGE, and the parking lot is about as crowded as the surrounding streets (I nearly got mowed down several times on my way to the door) - the inside basically looks like they converted a grocery store - large wall of coolers - only a small fraction of the beer is not in these coolers - extensive selection of craft and import beers (there were some local breweries I had never heard of before) - no mix-a-six here, which is a huge let down, especially for a store of this size - the array of imports is on par with the better CO stores, but just slightly shy of places like Wilbur’s (good german selection, though)- prices are average, but there are some deals to be found (I picked up a Quelque Chose for my wife for 6 bucks) - service was passable, I suppose - overall, a good place for the beer hunter, but the location, crowd, and ambiance will keep me from coming back very often (hence the somewhat low rating).
Terminus (367) St. Louis, Missouri | August 20, 2004| Updated July 2, 2012
a very good liquor store in the south suburbs of Denver. Very close to C-470. They have most of the things you can get in the region. they still have some full sail imp porter from last year....An even bigger beer selection this time around compared to 2005-wow! you can get anything here that is available in CO. This is definately the best beer store in the metro Denver area that i have been to
While this is a nice store but I think it is overrated. 90% of their beer is in coolers which is great but 90% of it is six packs and macros. They had a import singles cooler section but no domestic micro single section. Maybe they were rearranging the store while I was there. They did not have many of the beers that are available at the more popular bottle shops in the area. In fact they only had a very small section of bombers and 750’s. Both the Beverage Warehouses, Lukas Liquor, and Bubbles in Castle Rock are much better stores. They do have a nice selection of glassware though.
fly (273) austin, Tejas, Texas | November 11, 2004
Glad to have a friend along that was a good navigator as this was a location you had to want to find. Was worth it and managed to add to the weight of my return haul.
Daunting array of beer that just goes on and on along the back walls...surely one of the top 5 I've ever visited in the state. Only pity is most of it is only available in six packs (with the exception of stuff that doesn't normally sell in sixes). Haven't had much run-in with the staff as far as expertise/knowledge goes, but it's good enough. They seem unwilling to budge on the single bottles idea. Prices are pretty typical. This is where I used to get my Fantome fix (Printemps, Black Ghost, Strange Ghost, etc.), but I think their source for that has since dried up.