has not as much beers than the drinks of the world in zuerich and less belgian ones than the one in berne but not bad if you compare to other shops (there are not much shops with belgian beer in switzerland and especialy in lucerne (coop has leffe, globus have some belgian,and the manor-shops)
they sell some wine too,some energy drinks but almoust no food(only english potato-chips)
but most of the people working there know rather much about beer.
but they have much beers from much countries that are not all very good (they care a bit more of having much different beers that of beers of high quality)
and they are not really cheep!
Visited on a Saturday afternoon. Located underground in the train station. Pretty large selection. They had quite a few Swiss beers and other European beers. Even some American stuff was available. I was just looking for Zwickels, so I bought the one that I found and left. It was a few Francs, so better than I would have found in a restaurant, but still high.
Located in the basement area of the station, with an impressive selection. A good range of Swiss beers of course, plus a few from more obscure countries (Kosovo for example). Difficult to navigate the store due to the crush of people and luggage, so try to find a quiet time if you want to study the stock in detail. It’s also worth noting that a useful booklet is available showing what is available at each of their stores.
djoeye (227) Tromsø, Norway | June 1, 2016| Updated June 26, 2016
Huge selection on many wooden shelves, carefully displayed, flags show nationality, very good order. Possible pay by card. Shop is underground Bahnhof (railway/train station) among other shops. Deutsch/Francaise webshop, though the company’s name is in english - funny.
Currently (1/2016) there are 2 positions for the same bottle shop on Ratebeer, should be merged into 1.
Drinks Of The World Bierhandlung
Bahnhof Luzern, 6003 Luzern, Switzerland
+41 412 110 444
The choice is out of this world - for this type of shop. Of course, the setting makes the ’Ambiance’ difficult, but having raided this place on a Sunday afternoon, who am I to complain? Leaving Luzern with a thiirst? Go by the trainstation...