Found this store not too long ago. Theyíve added more coolers and have a great selection of bombers, some of which are hard to find anywhere else. The staff is friendly and knowledgeable - they know their beer. Prices are reasonable. Location is south Fort Collins, which is a little ways from my house, but I think worth the drive.
Located on the way into Boulder, its a a typical CO liquor store where beer tends to come 3rd. They did have most of the beer in coolers as well as a larger selection of singles then you typically see here. Like many CO they are well stocked with local product but also had a few gems I hadnít seen elsewhere as well as a solid Belgisn and Scandinavisn section. I donít know if this beats Wilburís or Total Beverage but its a good place to check if those two are out of something.
Little dingy liquor store on the outskirts of Fort Collins. Great selection of bombers both in coolers and on the shelf and stuff tends to sit around here much longer than it does at any other liquor store in the area. Small glassware selection. Out-of-towners: You may want to check this place out; you just might find a couple gems.
adnielsen (420) Fort Collins, Colorado | January 16, 2013| Updated December 12, 2013
This place has really started to grow on me. They have a nice, "warm" bottle selection that often includes some stuff that has been sold out for a while other places. Itís a fairly sizable bomber selection that often has bombers from Loveland breweries like Grimm Brothers. Not a bad joint. Update: a bunch of new coolers loaded with goodies. One of the best beer selections in Foco.
Itís a liquor store - were you expecting ambiance? Steve knows his stuff and goes out of the way to show you around the store and itís massive selection of beer.
NewBelguim5 - of course they have Macros - but if you spend the time to actually look through their enormous selection, you will see just how incredible this place is. Micros galore! Talk to Steve, he will set you straight! He can introduce you to Micros from (literally) all over the world. I once went in there and he was selling a beer from Africa. Steve even took the time to tell me about his trip to Africa and to recommend some beers from the next time I came in. You must be confused by the location - not really that close to campus (although on College Ave).
If you need advice, ask Steve, the owner. The guy knows his beer. The other employees, too, are more than just cashiers, but rather beer enthusiasts.
Bottom line: Great selection, great customer service, great beer. ALL the things you look for in a liquor store.
A friendly store with a great selection from which to choose. Prices were very reasonable and I found all my old favorites as well as a whole bunch of new ones to try. In the unlikely event that they donít stock what you are looking for, they can get it for you. Brett and Steve treat me like family whenever I come in which is rare these days with so many impersonal chains out there.