I wasnt too impressed with this place-seemed a bit under-stocked when i was there. didnt have alot of offerings that davidsons had. lots of empty shelf space and not staff around for help. seemed alot different than the lucas in the st louis area. i didnt buy anything here.
(Visited 05/2015): The Lone Tree location of Lucas Liquor is on South Yosemite not too far off I-470. The plaza has a large parking lot.
The interior is laid out like similar big-box liquor stores, large and spacious and well-lit. Beverages are in aisles by type. The beer is located in the rear of the store, and features the "Bomb Shelter", which is a large walk-in cooler stocked with bombers and rarer offerings.
The beer selection at Lukas numbers in the hundreds, and the "Bomb Shelterí holds beers from many craft breweries from CO and elsewhere like Avery, Paradox, Eddyline, Northwest, Crooked Stave, Gigantic and Almanac.
Service on a Saturday afternoon was fine. We were asked if we were looking for anything in particular, and checkout was friendly. They also have weekly tastings.
Overall this place has the shortcomings of typical warehouse-type store, but is a good spot to visit for a wide variety of beers.
Just another large liquor warehouse style store. The selection was pretty solid, the prices were hit or miss, and the service was below average. Honestly if I was in the area, I would just drive an extra 3 miles to the west and go to Davidsonís. Tenfold better service, better selection, and mostly better prices.
Big warehouse style store. Almost all of the beer is refirgerated. Good variety of craft and macro sixer/4-packs/cases as well as a flat-rate $9.99 mix-a-six. Also a big walk-in cooler with mostly bombers. Good selection of hard-to-find domestic and european sours. Only a few things in stock that you couldnít expect to find at any other decent bottle shop in the state. But definitely a couple of nice surprises.
Visited early evening on a Wednesday. Great big giant warehouse liquor store, setup similar to other Lukas locations with the beer in the back. One nice difference to this spot is the walk beer cooler. Generally walk ins are chock full of macros, but this one had racks of some really nice stuff. Most of the Colorado beers I know of that are packaged were available, and a bunch of other nice stuff as well. Prices and mix a six are decent as well.
82 = ★★★Ĺ (Solid place, near the top of the list for locals and visitors)
I only use the total score, not the component parts.
Lots of choices, descent prices (at least on beer), and helpful staff. Out of the places Iíve visited in the Denver Metro area they have a descent selection of harder to find beers. I even found Shorts Brewery stuff and they donít distribute out of the state of MI currently (they had it bc of GABF). If Iím looking for rarer beers this is where I usually come. Several doors of beer and a whole area devoted to bombers.
This place used to have a better beer selection, including some rare and hard to find Mikkellerís. For some reason that selection has recently gone away though, and what is left is no different than any other corner liquor store.
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 donít frequent often because I live so far away, but if there is a beer I am looking for that I canít get elsewhere, they usually have it.