A small little shop in a nice part of town. The guys who work their are very into beer so they are very helpful with finding what you would like. Have a great selection. Much better than trying to a chain like Party Source
A pretty good store in a very busy part of town. Good beer selection. Lots of stuff available here. Friendly owner. Aisles are a little cramped, but the selection makes it worth it. You can find something you need almost every stop in there. The only downfall is the Hyde Park traffic in and around that area.
came out to cincy to visit friends who live in hyde park, and this is where they took me. service was what to expect when i came, in, a very nice woman asked me if i needed help, but every step of the way from that point on it increased i exponential fashion....i asked if i could break up the sixpacks on the shelves, and she went into the back and got me empty holders to fill with ones and twos out of solid sixers. by the time i got done shopping, i was having a niice little chat with the woman and Mike, who then mentioned that he would be recieving a delivery later in the day, and gave me his number to call in to find out if it was delivered. Later that day i called, the beer he got in he was selling as singles, and he only had 6 left....he held 4 of them back for me to run over and pick up....awesome service for a customer that has only been in their store once!!!
I always forget about Hyde Park Wine and Spirits. It is another state liquor store, but they actually have a decent selection of wine and beer as well. Actually, their beer selection much better than most in the area. In addition to the regular micro, craft, import, and macro beers that are available in the area, they also have vintage beer (e.g. Expedition Stout) and other retired beers (e.g. Avery Ten). A lot of the stuff available is in 6-packs that can’t be broken, but they also have lots of 22 oz and 750 mL singles as well. There is a parking lot, but area traffic can sometimes be challenging. I enjoy stopping in to see what I might find hidden on the shelves...
Very good selection including several Belgians I don’t commonly see. Staff was willing, but the older (in comparison to his primarily college aged staff) gentleman was really helpful. Rookwood traffic is the only impediment.
Stopped here to look around during a quick motorcycle ride. Store front package store with good beer row and some single bottles in cooler. Staff was young, but interested and helpful. Selection is very good and found many brews I have not seen in Cincy. Good location and I will return with my car to take some home.
gsteph (13) knoxville, Tennessee | July 18, 2005| Updated June 19, 2012
Looks like any other liquor store I’ve ever been in. The service was as good as expected. The staff asked me if I needed help but that’s it. Great selection...Victory, Stone, Bells, Founders, 3 Floyds, Goose Island, Weyerbacher, Ommegang, Alesmith, Brooklyn, Southampton, Piraat, DFH, and several others.
JCW (152) Cincinnati, Ohio | January 13, 2004| Updated January 3, 2016
I stop in from time to time to talk with the owner&son (Mike and Nelson) and of course buy beer, they are really nice people. They have a similar selection of domestic beer to Keller’s IGA:Victory, Stone, Bells, Arcadia, Founders, Smuttynose, Great Lakes, 3 Floyds(yup Dreadnaught!) etc and a better selection of imports. Limited selection of singles. Large selection of wine and a moderate selection of spirits. They will take request too!