Big place. Parking lot is small but should be sufficient when its not three days before Christmas. Staff was helpful. Solid prices. Good selection of American, local, foreign, mead, and cider. Didn't see sake but that was probably over in the wine section. Large walk-in cooler which is mostly beer. About 16 12-foot sections of room temp stuff. Small single selection but you can pull stuff from room temp sixers (not chilled). Ample room to shop and the space is well used. Fairly clean and bright. Looks like there is also a huge selection of wine, spirits, and cigars, and some decent snacks. Overall, nice place and worth a stop if you're south of Dayton.
This is no Belmont Party Supply, but it is a nice store with a good selection of craft beers, a big beer cave with most of the beers chilled, and they let you break any six pack to buy singles. It’s in a nice part of town and worth the stop if you are in Kettering.
I live close and frequent the store often. They have tracked down hard to get beers for me. They have a beer manager, and if you are not talking to bobby when looking for beers I can understand why you have had a harder time. The selection is above average even though not quite belmont party. Also the prices are as good or better than every where else.
This is where those who are starting to get into the craft scene go. Decent selection of beer, more emphasis on macro’s though. Not much help from the staff in the beer section, you can however mix your own 6pack which is great for those Brew Beginners. Solid store, reputable collection but this place is no Belmont Party Supply.
This is one of the places I used to go to all the time before I discovered Belmont Party Supply. They have a greater selection than what you will find at any grocery store, but nothing amazing. Definitely a good place to start though. They also have cigars, cheese, gourmet snacks, wine, and liquor. Friendly, helpful service.
A good amount of beer available, A great walk in cooler for the beer you need right away. Although it lacks in microbrew availability and it has limited single bottles. It does have some nice suprises and if your interested it carries wine, liquor and cigar selection. The service is great as well.
I was stuck a few hours in Kettering at my sister-in-law’s marriage to some redneck (it was a second marriage; why bother with anything but five minutes before a judge?). By sheer coincidence, this place was kitty corner to the church. So I left the reception (also on church grounds) after a polite interval and checked it out. While the emphasis is on wine and hard liquor, they do have a respectable beer selection. It’s the kind of place that has a lot of familiar stuff for the beer fan, but a few surprises, including some regionals I purchased that I can’t get at home in Cincinnati. Not a place to go way out of your way for, but if you’re in the area, definitely check it out.
I wasn’t expection to go here, I met with a friend in Dayton and he said he used to work there so off we went. Nice sized store with a smaller section out front and a good sized walk in beer cooler. Decent selection of regional micros. Not bad