The Best place to find and buy micros in Albuquerque. The selection is as good as it gets anywhere in the city and the staff really knows what they are talking about. Mainly a wine store (4000+ bottles), the beer selection includes upwards of 300 beers. This place carries a very limited selection of macros, reserving space for the micros. The 7 cooler doors of 6 packs and 2 doors of singles are packed as tight as possible, allowing maximum usage of available space. Next time you need to buy something, stop in at the best store in the Burque.
Wow! That would have been the simpliest way to sum this place up. The staff was extreamly helpful. Since I don’t get to the states much these days, they made recommendations of beers I need to try in my stay in NM. They also gave me personal insite into many of their favorites. The selection was very exciting, but that could because I haven’t seen these beers in Europe. Again I wish I had time to buy some 4 or 6 packs. If I am ever back this way I am will not miss out on another stop here and neither should any of you!
A store that dedicates its beer space to microbrews, hooray! The friendly staff tries nearly all the new releases, so you can ask for their opinions before wasting your money. This is the best store in town for rare and expensive brews. They currently have Mikkeller single-hop IPAs, all the Oskar Blues products, a bigger Rogue selection than anyone else in town, the freshest Stone bottles this side of Arizona, and a whole refrigerator section called "Hophead Heaven" for people like me. Check it out.
Terminus (367) St. Louis, Missouri | April 8, 2004| Updated August 26, 2012
the best beer store in Albuquerque. Great staff that are very helpful and know alot about good brews. They have a great selection including Left hand, Rogue, Avery, Stone, New Belgium, Full sail, and many hard to find local selections. A GREAT store! I love this place! Always ask for Karl-he will hook you up and he is very knowledgeable of all the beers offered in NM. if you EVER go through Albuquerque, please go to this place
Off notes, 9/2006. As I write this, I have been in Albuquerque for 7 weeks. Plainly stated, the selection of beer in New Mexico is pretty weak, and while talking to one of the guys at Jubilation I found out why. It’s all about the distributors of course, so their choices are limited. Jubilation has a pretty good selection overall. They carry some Belgian brews and a lot of Avery’s stuff, though it is hardly the mecca for beer. Maybe one of the mecca’s of Albuquerque, but you can tell the selection is limited, though still very good. The staff is extremely helpful, laid back, and willing to shoot the breeze with you. And beyond beer, their wine selection is massive. Definitely worth checking out if you are new to the city.
Staff was very helpful here - multiple people came up to me just to chat, all had good suggestions. Selection is limited only by New Mexico’s odd import rules. Decent amount of local and Colorado stuff.
Interesting building on an odd-shaped corner. Looks to be mostly a wine store, with a few doors of cold beer that are jammed to the hilt to maximize selection. Good selection of micros, though I was disappointed to not find a few particular items I was looking for. Probably the best place to buy bottles in ABQ, will be sure to return.