seymour (50) Maplewood, Missouri | November 8, 2011| Updated November 11, 2011
Largest beer selection I’ve seen anywhere, ever. They always have multiple items I can’t find anywhere else. Well organized, lots of helpful labels, constantly updated New Arrivals list, large clearance sections, wide variety of singles, diverse keg selection and easy arrangements, fair prices, helpful staff, clean, well-lit, etc.
Huge, well organized store. Prices were a little better than other giant liquor stores I have been to. They have a discount table with beers that you would actually want to buy marked way down. Service was sparse but friendly (I don’t like a lot of people bugging me while I’m shopping for beer). They even have a bar on site, but it wasn’t open while I was there. Worth a stop. I think it’s better than Friar Tuck and Randall’s.
Stopped by here at the very end of my RBSG trip to get a bunch of single bottles. It’s in the corner of a strip with easy parking. Very big space inside, with a corner or so dedicated to beer. Shelves with lots of single bottles, and rows of coolers with singles available as well. I ended up picking about 30 singles that I’d never had. Staff was reasonably nice, although knowledge was limited. They offered to help me carry my beer to my car. Sadly, when I get home I discovered that many were out of code. Worst yet, my Boulevard 12oz bottles actually had the date stamps thumbed out. Just the month part of the date code on all of my Boulevard beers was clearly rubbed out. This is shamless and despicable. A disrespect to the industry. I won’t be rating those because they are completely not representative to what the brewer intended at this point. A waste of my money, a scam, really. If you’re going to visit here, be very careful about the date codes and keep in mind the freshness of what you’re choosing. Will not be returning personally, and would advise others to look elsewhere. Maybe somewhere that actually cares about their product, customers, and suppliers.
A large big box type store, just of a main road with lots of parking in an empty plaza. Service was decent, but nothing great. They do help you carry your stuff to the car though. Selection was very large with broken down 6 packs and a nice marked down area. Prices were cheap compared to other locals. A great shop with a big selection. Out of the way but worth the effort.
Very nice store with a great selection. Did seem a bit out of the way. As a visitor it wasn’t a bad trip. Loved their singles section. Seemed everything was available as a single. Staff was very helpful. Very impressed. As good as an Lukas I have been to. Prices were not out of line. I believe it is worth the drive.
A bit out of the way. Or on the way, depending on where you’re headed I suppose. Very large selection that is fun to browse, with something for everyone. Mix-and-match six packs. Good selection of Belgian, German, British ales, besides loads of local, regional and US craft.
The store is huge. The selection of liquor is huge. There is no bigger one in St. Louis (store or selection, I think). The beer selection is also very large! Staff is as helpful as they can be. Very large "build a six" section. First time I walked through this place, I was there for something like 2 hours...slack-jawed the entire time.
Visited a couple of times, very nice selection. Staff is very friendly and helpful. Great selection of beers. Build your own 6-pack is awesome and a cheap way to try some beers without buying the whole sixer. The beers are organized very well. Good selecttion of hard to find items as well. Will definitely be back!