Went here at opening time on a Saturday. Were there five minutes early and the guys inside walked around and did not open the doors until about 10 past opening. Then after looking around, none of the bottles had a price on them, and when I took them to the register, the guy could only tell me they were "either nine or eleven dollars." They could only tell me what they were out of. The growler station looked pretty cool, and had about 60 taps, I think. Seemed like a decent place.
Stopped in after a visit next door. Great selection of bottles, plus a tasting area in the back. Was impressed how they organized all their beers by style. Wish we had more time to spend, and cash, but picked up a couple of items hoping to have time to come back. Staff was helpful, kudos to them. Worth the stop.
A very good selection, mostly organized by type of beer. There is a large section of local / regional beers as well. Hopcity also carries a large selection of sake and wine and has about 30 beers on tap for growler fills. The ambiance is warehouse with most of the beers on metal racks. Nearly everything is labeled and priced clearly. The staff were knowledgeable and helpful. The selection was very good as well. The saison and sour sections both had at least 30 different beers, domestic and international.
Pretty laid back store that devotes more than 50% of the space to beer and the other part to wine. Great selection of bottled and tap brews with lots of locals and regionals. Friendly service and good prices. Some street parking in front and a free lot for the whole Brickworks district out back. Only quibble is, while the singles selection was excellent, there were others I would have picked up that were only available in sixers.
Great place! I only had ten or so minutes to spend, but a friendly person in the staff helped me out in person, suggesting different bottles and managing to pick out a few from favorite breweries that I hadn’t tried before. Huge selection, and I only managed to scratch the surface of it, but seemed to have a nice mix of styles and both ordinary and rare beers.
Pretty solid store if I might say so. They have a number of shelves with single bottles (mostly 22 oz/750ml, but some smaller formats) along with coolers full of six packs and the like. Huge variety of styles from breweries all over the US and the world. Can’t really even begin to name them all here.
In addition, they also have a huge bar for growler fills and the prices are quite good for both the fills and the containers. I ended up getting a Creature Comforts 32 oz. growler.
Super knowledgeable and friendly staff here, which make the store even better. Definitely worth a stop and basically right next door to 5 Seasons Westside.
Stopped in while in town and found some nice barrel aged beers I haven’t seen down in Florida like Ride the Lion, BA Narwhal, London Balling, and Brooklyn Hand & Seal. Also had plenty of Tilquin Gueuze and Quetsche, among many locals and other great brews. Staff was extremely friendly and helpful, and a big growler station as well. Looked like some brewing supplies next to the growler station, and a nice big selection of wine, too. I can see why this place is highly rated. Definitely recommended for a stop-in.
This place is amazing. They have so much to choose from I couldn’t even make up my mind. And I’m used to great selection. The prices were right. The service was pretty nice and knowledgeable. Can’t wait to go back. Will have to save up some money first as there is just too much to try and narrow it down with any budget in mind.