I have visited multiple times. Selection is less than Lukas KC or Royal 103rd, about on par with Gomers in midtown. Having said that, there are beers to be found here for locals, though if I was visiting from out of town I would hit one of the other stores mentioned. No mix a six offered. Service has been consistently null over the years. Beer is scattered in a couple of places, so make sure to look around. This place is a real dump, inside and out, though it does have character. On the plus side, prices here are pretty good. Update May 2009 - beer organization and selection have been improving.
Stopped by yesterday to see how this Gomer’s compares to the others. They are limited by their size, so the other locations have larger selections. Still not on the same level as Lukas and Royal. Did find a North Coast Barrel Aged Old Rasputin XV.
July 3rd visit, had very organized shelves, good cooler selection, sale prices and helpful/knowledgeable staff. Let a friend try a beer before purchasing, very unique concept. Will definitley visit again while in KC.
Great little beer store that has a surprisingly lartge selection despite the dimensional challenges. Tons of good stuff from all over the world and America; I’m envious that this place isn’t MY local beer store. Very knowledgeable and helpful staff. Highly recommended.
KUEric (124) Scottsdale, Arizona | June 23, 2005| Updated August 5, 2005
Have a great selection. A very helpful staff. Selling by the bottle is key. Organization could use some work. Was suprised by the amount of Belgiums.
Coolers are lacking. They have some Bell’s, NBB, Flying Dog. In the back corner there is a fair selection of Belgian, German, and English beers.
Indra (77) Suburbia, Kansas | June 28, 2005| Updated May 14, 2009
Probably the third best bottle shop in the greater Kansas City area. Selection is really quite good, and prices are usually very reasonable. Not a bad place to stop. Once upon a time this was maybe the best beer store in town, but times have changed a bit.