Not as big or as nice as the one on 15th, and nothing that the other store doesn’t have. Usual collection of stuff for the nicer North Texas beer stores. The young lady behind the counter seemed to be bored with life and customers, although not to unpleasant to deal with. I think I am probably more likely to go to the one of 15th, as it seems that they have a better selection, and the employee I delt with there actually took an interest in beer.
A good selection of brews here. I’m fairly new to this and I found Christy to be very helpful. She’s apparently a beer geek as well because she talked about craft beer in general and not just what was for sale in the store. I’ve been to the other location (15th) as well and it’s true they have a larger selection but I still like this location more.
Great selection, they pretty much get everything that comes to the area. Staff is friendly and helpful - they hold weekly tastings of good brews. Less space than the other store but still a great place.
Small store with a few different things than I have seen elsewhere in the area. Nice girl working the counter not sure if she was beer knowledgeable seeing as I did not have any questions. Prices were very fair and I picked up a decent amount of stuff. I would go back.
This store probably doesn’t have as good of a selection as the 15th Street location, but it is getting better. Recently, the store has made more of an emphasis on beer and the selection is improving. Not the first store to get new releases but the store features most of the beers available here in Texas. There are weekly tastings and certain members of the staff are very helpful.
Good easy to find location just west of 75. Good selection, had just about everything that I know is available in this area. Average prices and they sell singles. Spacious clean store. Their shelf talkers are inaccurate because they are derived from a system with few data points, but maybe they will address that in the future. More space and less clutter (thus easier to shop) than S&K.