Not a horrible place. Not in the nicest part of town, but this place a nice touch to it. Nice staff. There aren’t that many coolers, but the coolers they do have are filled with some delicious goodies. Picked up a lot of stuff. Enough to receive a 10% off discount card. Wish they had a bit more of a selection, but they do what they can with the space that they have. They have wine, which I think is a waste of space, coming from a beer guy.
Nice bottle shop not so sure about the location. With my trusty GPS I found the place with ease. It was a nice tidy place with a bottle selection of about 500-600 different labels and I was able to find a few that I had not seen. They had quite a Pacific North West selection that I was very impressed with. They also had a pretty big import section. If you’re in the area and need a special brew stop by they might just have it. I know I will be back when in the area.
Beer store located in Georgetown south of the city. Very nice selection and a super attentive and helpful staff. Their prices are about $0.50 -> $1 more than others in town but I like the fact that they are a small business and that I can help support them and the new upcoming neighborhood.
Their frequent buyer card program is very nice: a stamp for every $10; for 10 stamps u get %11 off your next purchase.
Kind of out of the way but worth checking out for sure. The selection was pretty nice, a lot of Pacific Northwest brews, a good cider and mead selection, and a respectable import section. the woman at the cash register (the owner I presume) was super helpful and let my wife use the employee bathroom because she knew that "girls aren’t as messy as boys." That was pretty cool. they had a nice glassware and t-shirt selection and a nice slection of wines as well. I ended up spending a fair bit of money all told but was given the 10% discount you’d get if you had filled up one of their frequent shopper cards. The star of the show was finding a bottle of 2008 Lost Abbey Angel’s Share which I had no problem dropping $38 on. Also the only bottle shop I found in my west coast adventures that carried a bottle of New Belgium La Folie. I left the shop a happy happy man.
Not exactly in a location that gets a lot of traffic, but I work less than a mile away. Five big coolers with a mix of imports and locals; At first the selection of locals seems poor (no Eylsian Dragonstooth), but they’ve really come along in the last few months; also sell a mix of wine, glass and wearables with some room to expand; have brewer tastings relatively often; quick note on the tremendous service, friendly staff and willingness to order whatever you want; glad to see that they’re made it this far as they seem here to stay
My store of choice, mainly because it’s close to work. Selection is good for a small-ish place- heavy on NW beers, but lots of European stuff as well, along with all the typical American craft beers that make it to Seattle. The people here are always friendly and helpful, moreso than the other places in town in my experience (no knock on them). The prices are not much higher or lower than anywhere else, but they do offer a stamp card to get you 10% off of your next purchase following your 10th stamp. Probably worth a stop if you’re visiting because of the large selection of local/regional brews.
What a cool reclaimed historic space. This hadn’t been anything like a retail storefront for decades, if ever, before Erika refurbed it. It’s very cooldown to bare brick and slat floor, with ancient keystone arches in the back wall, where horses used to walk through. 14 cooler boxes so far, with pretty much the usual suspects for sale. Prices right around what bottle shops in town generally charge for everything. You can’t ask for a cooler, friendlier proprietor, either. Among shopkeepers in town, she’s not going to take first place for overall beergeekdom, but she has the enthusiasm and is willing to take special orders, expand inventory, etc. And for the several hundred bottles she has in stock now, she knows her stuffand she’s up on the business to boot. Great addition to the scene, especially if you live south, of, say, the U-district. Right in a row of awesome watering holes to boot.
Good sized store with lots of floor space to expand. Quality craft brew selection with wines and meads. Weekly beer tastings. Nice decor for a bottle shop sort of like a funky gift shop meets tasting room aura. In an industrial area south of downtown where beer bars and brewpubs are relatively few and far between. Worth seeking out.
This is a new bottle shop with a decent selecton that is growing. The staff is quite knowledgable about beer and willing to help find what you are looking for. It is hard to see in from the outside, but once inside, it is spacious.