Definitely a warehouse kind of vibe with some special bottles. St. Lamvinus, rare De Molen’s, and some unique Canadian brews available. Prices are on par with others. Purchased brews online back in the day…glad to have had a chance to visit in person. Didn’t disappoint.
DiarmaidBHK (940) Lewisburg, Pennsylvania | September 23, 2012| Updated January 11, 2013
I read the other reviews an wonder if I’m missing something. Most of the store is liquor and wine with beer coming in 78th. The beer is located along the far right side. It’s mostly a BMC emporium with a sizable selection of local craft. I didn’t see any of the other rarities others have mentioned. I saw 1 Mikkeller, 1 nogne o, and some local bombers. Compared to what I’ve seen in Maryland and and North Carolina this is very poor. Its a decent local, they do give a 10% discount for their small mix 6 section, but it’s certainly no kind of destination place.
The beer selection is just that, very selective. Not large by any means but carefully chosen. Now, having said that, I did find some really awesome rarities that I dusted off from the shelf that I either couldn’t find elsewhere or were long gone by the time I picked them up at this place. I can echo what others said about the nice import selection and the staff is friendly. Not a craft mecca for beer but if you roll the dice, you may get lucky.
generic liquor store with a small but nice craft beer selection... sometimes still have some rarities hanging out. a couple of warm bomber shelves with a few coolers devoted to six packs and a couple for singles.
Definite big box feel, but solid selection. Prices are reasonable. Odd layout of beers randomly not in cold case. Never really had anyone try to help me, but then again I’ve never gone looking for help.
This was one of my favourite places to buy beer online .. great selection and they always have special bottles and new releases.. . good prices and great shipping fee’s .. . Nick always is on the ball.. . a great place to check out!
cubs (420) Fort Collins, Colorado | January 5, 2011
Quite possibly my new second favorite place to get beer in Colorado after Wilbur’s. Not the largest selection but it’s impeccably selected... Beer Geek Brunch Weasel, 3 Fonteinen Doesjel, tons of 3 Fonteinen Gueuze, four cases of both The Abyss and 3 French Hens on the floor. I was floored by the beer selection. By the way, you get a discount approximately 10-15% discount on every six bombers you buy. Unbelievable.
This is your typical warehouse type store, with the beer somewhat cramped in the aisle next to the coolers. The selection was not quite what I was expecting, and they are just a tad on the high side. They did have some stuff on sale (out of date though). On the plus side, they had some rarities that Total Beverage or Daveco did not have- like Russian River beers and Pizza Port Older Viscosity (if you wanted to pay the heavy price tag). Worth a stop if you are in the area, but not worth a journey out there.
Going to this place was an afterthought and out of the way after traveling to California. Found this place via Ratebeer. They have a nice selection of beers. Was pleased to find a nice selection of Alaskan Brewing Barleywine, Smoked Porter, and Stout. Prices are a little higher than I expected despite the discount given for buying 7 or more 22oz/750 ml bottles. However finding those previously mentioned beers and Deschutes pretty much made up for it. The person who helped me was extremely knowledgealbe but I didn’t get his name or business card. If I’m in Colorado I’ll probably pay a visit to this place again.