Decent selection, usually a go to if my regular spot doesn't have it. Not a great singles selection or international selection, but they typically have what other places don't. A good spot to stop in if you're in the area.
Kind of like the Champagne’s of Downriver. Not *quite* as cheap in many cases, but close. This is the cheapest beer store Downriver, no doubt. Not only that, they have a great selection, too. Pat & Dave are good guys who will go out of their way to hook-up the locals. I have recently stopped going there as often, only because I’ve moved somewhat out of the area :( but whenever I’m back Downriver, I stop in. They always get in new stuff, too. This is pretty much THE Downriver beer store.
I have not found a place that sells their beer for cheaper than this place. Great selection and great value. My one knock is that for most domestic beers are only sold in 6 or 4-packs. I prefer to buy individual bottles for beers that I have not tried before. They started a make your own 6-pack on Sunday with very limited options. But this is the place to go for great prices on cases, 6-packs, or kegs.
Best beer store south of Detroit. Hands down, no questions asked. Huge staff, great selection of snacks and huge selection of beer, and if it can be had, they will get it. They also have great deals on over stocked beers, and have bottle return machines that take all their diverse brands for your convenience.
been in this store a couple of times. now its going to be one of my stops on the way to the north. very nice selection of michigan based beers and then alot more. they carry alot of things you can’t get in KY. for them i am greatful. the young man who answered questions for me was great but didnt take me back to the double secret location of stash for beernerds. guess i have to earn my stripes with them. but nonetheless found all i was looking for and their prices are awesome. viva le beer my friends see you in the summer.
My go to place for beer. They have a great selection and the staff is very helpful and friendly.
If you don’t see what you are looking for ask. The guys behind the counter have found lots of things for me that I had overlooked or were not on the shelves yet.
One of Michigan stops . Discount is like a warehouse style store big stacks of macros and pop. Their craft beer selection has grown substantialy in the last few years. Sometimes you will get lucky and score a hard to find brew. Prices are decent service is hit or miss. But if you know what your looking for I doesent matter. Wyandotte is a good trip for us we always hit Discount and The Oak Cafe while in town.
I walked in and I hate to sound like I am complaining but the place was dirty. Any bottle you touched was covered in dust. The store was slow when I was there and it still took someone 15 minutes before they asked if they could help me in any way. When I asked about specific beers the staff was not very knowledgeable except to tell me if they had them and where they were at. As far as value they have a few things that are priced really well but most things in the store I can find cheaper elsewhere.
An excellent store. Sure, it doesn’t have all the fancy trappings of some stores, but it’s easy to see that the saving are passed on to the customers in the form of great prices. They have a great selection of Michigan beers and an excellent selection of quality imported beers as well. they are also known for looking after loyal customers when it comes to allocations of limited availability brews. The staff and managment are knowlegeable and very friendly.
They also have a reasonably good wine selection (even if it is heaviliy California-biased). Most of the staff are just as keen to help with wine choices as they are with beer. Again, the pricing here is second to none. They won’t necessarily have every wine you’re looking for, but if they DO have it, chances are it will be cheaper than anywhere else.