Can I get a hell yeah? It’s a great store... a 1/2 aisle of singles, sorted by geography of their brewery. Selection of big bottles of area micros, Belgians, Germans and English in the coolers... a lot of glassware but not a wide selection of styles... mostly just shakers, but they have the New Belgium goblet and pils glass for a really good price. Found a local mead thanks to a heads-up by Aubrey. A great liquor store for the area. Beats out Superior Liquor easily.
Visited October 7, 2013 with 3fourths and womencantsail.
Yet another large store with a ton of beer. This one is pretty good, maybe not as good as Hazels but definitely better than Harvest. The whole right side of the store is dedicated to beer and the fridge doors are all part of one large fridge that you can walk into. In the back of that walk in fridge is a shelf with some imports that aren’t in any of the doors. That part is nice but it seems that not everyone thinks to look in there since there are some pretty old bottles in there. They have a ton of beer. Everything from Evil Twin and Mikkeller to locals to Bruery and AleSmith. I could have spent several hundred dollars trying the beers I hadn’t had before but I wasn’t all that interested in $15 singles of some new unproven brewery. Service was attentive, prices were decent, and they have an interesting assortment of glassware in the back. Would return.
One of the big liquor stores in town. Stopped in to pick up a few things with Mike and Bobby. Tons of beers out on the shelves and in a number of coolers. Much bigger selection of singles than I saw at most other stores, which I liked. Prices are pretty comparable to the other liquor stores that we visited. Really wide variety of Colorado beers plus tons of imports from all over the world and beers from all over the US.
Large store with a wall of beer that seemingly does not end. Thanks to ernest and aubrey for stressing this as a must stop while in Boulder. Huge selection and varied from some of the other large stores in the area.
Looks like a supermarket except they sell liquor. Liquir is definitely the thing here although they had a ton of coolers for six packs plus two very long shelves of bombers. They have a fantastic selection of Colorado and California craft plus a fairly decent Belgian selection and an adequate Scandinavian section. They also have Sam Adams Utopia in case you know someone who wants to give you a massive gift.
Yes, a rather large selection with a few glasses, very inexpensive for a canadian. The beers were mostly interesting for local stuff or your few geographical oddity (Kona, Snake River). The wine selection looks great as well, they had quite a few mead as well including 2 Medovinas, Jadwiga, Babuni etc. I was let depressed by their 20 or so belgians total and not many more imports from other countries besides the usual pale lages. We had good service though, the staff being very fast at correcting a cash mistake, offering boxes etc. I haven’t seen Total Beverage, so I can’t say how good this is comparatively, but the next time I’m in Denver, it will be to Loveland’s Liquor Max I’ll be going.
cubs (420) Fort Collins, Colorado | December 2, 2010| Updated December 12, 2013
By far the best place to shop for beer in Boulder that I know of. They have a walk-in cooler of some German imports, several coolers of other imports and American micros. What really makes this place special in my opinion is that they have the largest mixer sixer selection that I’ve ever seen. My guess would be that you can choose from 250 beers. On top of that, they have a nice bomber selection and give discounts if you buy six or more bombers. I didn’t see anything too rare there but it could be that 3/4 had already snagged all that stuff. One of the best beer stores in the state.
Given the nature of Boulder, I was very surprised to see that this place looked like any old low-rent liquor store - bright florescent lights, grocery store like aisles - decent selection of regional brews, but the selection of everything else (especially imports) is a bit lacking - a nice rack of 12 ounce singles/mix-a-six makes it good for traveling tickers - nice selection of local mead, though - I was able to find Mirror Mirror here, which was nice - not a great place, but worth a stop if in town.
Quite nice store, located just outside the centre. Quite a lot of microbrews, loads of small bottles as well, which you can select single bottles to create your own custom 6packs of. Some good beers are tagged with ratebeer cards. A couple of rare stuff as well.
this is the best bottle store out there if you ask me. they have just about everything available in the state. A huge mix 6 pack section where you can actually take something out of the cooler if they are out of it on the shelf. pretty cool if you ask me. very reasonable prices-best i have seen in CO. i aprove!