My first visit to one of these medium size big box store chains, Lee’s. This one is situated midway between the two I-15 exits for Mesquite and adjacent to a golf course. They have lots of six and four packs in cold storage and a long aisle to the far right of the space for mostly singles. They did have a nice assortment of international brews but I was here in search of more local offerings. There was virtually nothing here from Nevada so that was a bit of a let down. I did walk out with some cool craft beer Brazilian ticks. This is not exactly worth the excursion off the freeway unless you’re ready for a reason to stretch your legs.
If your traveling through Mesquite this is a stop you need to make. Decent selection of Stone, Dogfish Head, Moylans, Laganitus and some Belgian beers and many others. Next time I stop by I hope to have more empty space in my car.
I made the trip over to Lee’s last weekend while visiting friends in Southern Utah. It was nice to have more selection than we are used to here in Salt Lake. I found some good bottles and six packs and left with a small shopping cart full. Six and four packs from Alaskan, Lagunitas, Grand Teton, Deschutes, Anchor Steam and Dogfish Head to name a few. Quite a large bottle selection both cold and on the aisle shelves. Many Rouge bombers, several Stone bombers, Lagunitas bombers, North Coast (including Barrel Aged Old Rasputin XII and Brother Thelonious), Goose Island Bourbon County Stout bombers and lots of Belgian beers and other random Euro bottles. Definitely worth a stop if you didn’t stock up in Vegas on your way to Utah!
Probably wouldn’t be a big customer if it was in so cal, but I’m in Mesquite and I really don’t have any other options...Not the most welcoming place I have ever been to, a couple of the workers just seemed like they were having a bad day. I was in the store for a half hour and wasn’t once asked if I need any help...Beer selection was ok. They have one side of an asile that is beer and about 15 doors in a cold case with mostly 6 packs...The way the planogramed the cold case is by dist. so it’s kinda funny when you see Bourbon County next to Bud American Ale... I find my self taking along time because of the randomness of that.. I find myself hesitant to buy IPAs from there because it looks like the craft stuff doesn’t move very fast. Found a bottle of Boston Lager that expired in like aug. of 2008. They still have a case of Stone 12th anniv. on the shelf so it’s kinda cool to find something like that.. On this trip I got a bottle of Sams Chocolate Bock for $8, Stone OG, Hop Henge, and a 4pack of Bourbon Cou