Quite a small selection, but decently well-chosen. I found a couple of La Cumbre cans here I wanted for a good price. Hands off but friendly service. Not worth coming out of your way to, but worth popping in when visiting the breweries (Call to Arms and De Steeg) nearby.
Nice small beer store. Difficult to make decisions based on the beers available. Staff was friendly and made a few suggestions. Could have spent many, many dollars. Not the biggest selection, but everything is quality. Lots of other beer attractions close by and De Steeg brewery in the alley behind. Stop by if you can.
This is probably one of the best beer stores in Denver and conveniently located next to Desteeg. The selection is extensive, focued on bombers, and no space is taken up by less-than-highly-desireable beer. The guy working was so helpful to his customers and very knowledgeable. The space is intimate and lacks the huge supermarket feel. Great place to get lost shopping.
Small boutique stored manned (owned) by a couple of hipsters of the waxed mustache variety - like most stores of its kind, it is mostly focused on large format bottles of trendier, higher priced beers, with a handful of local six packs at the front, plus a small cooler of singles broken out from said six packs - selection is well-curated, but unless you are in the market for a 12 dollar bomber, you’re not going to find much - that’s fine, though, as stores like this know their exact customer base and serve them well - folks were friendly and willing to help and certainly knew their stuff - average prices on everything, but don’t expect markdowns, even on obviously older product (although, given the small selection, there isn’t too much of that around) - its proximity to a couple of local breweries, plus Hops and Pie, certainly make it a worthwhile stop if in the neighborhood for those places, but I would not make a special trip for it, nor would I make it a regular stop for my own beer shopping needs - still, a nice little spot - as far as small specialty shops go, I prefer Mondo Vino and Joy Wine and Spirits.
Tiny boutique shop with odd hours. Nice shop with an amazing selection, well thought out and great service. Pricing was ok, made better with a case discount. Great shop, the best I have been in while in Denver.
Little place, but great selection. Got the Crooked Stave I was looking for as well as some IPAs for our stay in the mountains. Had some hard to find items. Prices were better than other places I’ve been to in Denver area. Service was top notch and very knowledgeable. Will try to make this a regular stop when in town.
Small and kind of cramped. This place is a craft beer haven. Great selection of random and unique things. Complete set of Paradox and Elevation. A little hard to find and get to, but its worth the trip.
Edit: Post renovation. Got rid of a lot of wine and added more to beer. Separate section for "sours". Great staff. My co-favorite bottle shop in the city. They also have the best prices in town by a buck or more per bottle.
t0rin0 (1529) Do Not Resuscitate, California | October 21, 2013| Updated November 5, 2013
Visited October 12, 2013.
I wasn’t actually planning on stopping here but since I couldn’t find the De Steeg brewery and this was right in front of me I decided to head in. I’m glad that I did since this is a pretty cool store. I’m pretty sure that this was a house before it was a liquor store. There was some patio furniture on the porch outside and the living room has beer fridges on both sides. I found lots of good stuff in those fridges including some Drie Fonteinen and some Beersel as well as the bigger Colorado breweries like Avery, New Belgium, and Funkwerks. They were in the process of doing something major as there were tools laying around and the employees were sitting on the floor working on various projects. They were very nice. I didn’t expect much coming in but if I get back to the area (and I will because there are half a dozen breweries around that I haven’t visited yet) I’ll stop back in. It turns out that that De Steeg brewery is behind this place in the alley.