Lots of choices, descent prices (at least on beer), and helpful staff. Out of the places I’ve visited in the Denver Metro area they have a descent selection of harder to find beers. I even found Shorts Brewery stuff and they don’t distribute out of the state of MI currently (they had it bc of GABF). If I’m looking for rarer beers this is where I usually come. Several doors of beer and a whole area devoted to bombers.
stopped in here while I was in Denver during GABF... they have a lot of beer, both on the shelf and in the fridge... you can make your own six pack for $8... from a selection of beers... they have a walk in cooler filled with wonderful special bombers and 750’s called the Bomb Shelter... I found glorious beers in here like Mirror Mirror, tons of Lost Abbey, Bruery Papier, and much more.... it was so hard to figure out what to bring home in my suitcase.... wonderful help too. good prices... definitely will return on my next visit.
msante79 (342) Mount Prospect, Illinois | June 11, 2009| Updated July 28, 2009
Massive warehouse type liquor store. Great selection of singles, sixes and bombers. Russian River, Boulevard, Lost Abbey, Stone, Struise, Deschutes and many other beers. Blind Pig, Black Albert and Devotion are some of the notable brews. Picked up a niced mixed sixer for $7.99. Nice selection of glassware. Really great store.
Stopped back in again today 6 weeks since my last visit and they had a bunch of new brews they did not have last time. Looks like they update there stock often which is great.
cubs (420) Fort Collins, Colorado | December 19, 2010| Updated January 12, 2012
I’ve come to realize that this is the go-to beer store in South Denver. Awesome walk-in cooler that gets all the good stuff- Bourbon Old Rasputin, Eclipses, Utopias, all the Crooked Stave, all the Funkwerks, stuff from Rockyard and Dry Dock. The one weakness is German beers... Absolutely no Hacker Pschorr, Franziskaner, Schlenkerla, or anything else interesting German to speak of. Can’t blame them- most German beer sits for years until I buy it and then I’m pissed when it’s six years old. They do have case discounts now, so fuck you Mike.
Atom (227) Minneapolis, Minnesota | December 1, 2010
Maybe my favorite liquor store in the Denver area. Large liquor warehouse. Huge selection back wall of coolers. Walk in cooler has a great selection of bombers, always something new, good seasonals. Friendly staff always willing to help and knowledgeable. Good prices. When I’m in Denver I always make it a point to stop by.
Huge warehouse-type retailer. I was wowed the first time I went here by the walk-in refrigerator that has a large bomber selection. Good service and they will call you if there is a beer you are looking for and they get it in. I don’t frequent often because I live so far away, but if there is a beer I am looking for that I can’t get elsewhere, they usually have it.
really big liquor store with an amazing selection towards the back. This place gets an A just for The Bomb Shelter, a walk in cooler full of rare and seasonal bombers. Needs more selection in the mix-a-6 dept though...
I can’t believe that I have not been to this place. I come to Denver about 4 times a year on business and always stay near this area. I usually go to Davidsons, but I will definitely head back to Lukas in the future. Better selection than Davidsons and lots of singles. Make your own sixer for $7.99. Great micro selection, locals and Belgians. I picked up Pliney The Elder and Blind Pig. Lots of Lost Abbey beers as well.