Good supermarket for local and foreign craft beer. Very impressive selection, I used plenty of time down here, and had problems selecting new beers, much better selection than the smaller K-Markets I visited in Helsinki
Surprisingly good selection of craft beer, especially for a supermarket. Found also a handful of more rare Norwegian beer that I really didn’t expect to find in a place like this. Prices seems fair enough, certainly not cheap, but not too bad either. Not too far from the Arkadia Alko either, so easy to visit both places for the full range of beers.
It’s a market, a crowded one at that and the beer shelf is right on a traffic isle so not the nicest place to browse. Gets most of the new stuff first since it’s the most central of markets in the most central of cities in Finland. The prices reflect that as well. The selection is wide, but since the limit is 4,7% ABV, not that interesting.
Took me some time to find it, but once I did location was logical. It’s located in ground floor and quite visible once you know where to look. Selection is impressive to me. Make sure to check behind every corner. There are about 6-7+ shelves filled with beer only and 1-2 for ciders (and cider like beverages). Prices weren’t too horrible.
A surprisingly good grocery store that stocks some really interesting stuff, including beers from De la Senne, Nögne and Beer Hunters (to name a few). The selection is better than a lot of the Alko shops.
Quite an extensive selection for a supermarket, especially compared to Japan. Again staff are nowhere to be found, mostly crappy macros cold but tons of craft beers at room temperature, lots of UK beers, Northern European beers, German, Belgians, etc.
Big supermarket. Being in the shopping centre it’s crowded often, and can be noisy. Good selection of III-class beers, frequently changing. While looking for something in particular that had sold out, one staff member went off to phone the depot or other stores and find which nearby ones had it, which was nice. Always worth peeking here if you’ve got space in your bags.