HUGE store, truly warehouse like. Beer is in the back 1/4 of the store, and the have a tremendous amount of cooler doors. Selection is pretty massive, although I don’t tend to ever run into special releases or hard to find beers. Just a really wide selection of offerings and two enormous rows of bombers as well, which is nice. Staff is friendly and always good to help, as long as you go to them. Location is middle of nowhere though. Pick Six is pretty massive too, and all refrigerated, and then organized by beer type, which was a nice touch. Certainly not my go to store for atmosphere and releases (Gomer’s Lee Summit all the way), but worth the occassional trek to search the giant place and see what pops up.
It’s the big box store of bottle shops. Huge warehouse-like space with tons of everything. Clean, bright, tons of coolers. Big section of singles and make your own six pack. I didn’t ask for help, but wouldn’t have necessarily expected much given the type of place. No focus apparent on rare or interesting releases.
Very nice looking store that was quite large. Small singles section to make your own six pack for $8.99. Otherwise, prices seemed solid, better than Minnesota at least on the Avery bottles. Did I mention Uncle Jacobs just sitting on the shelf? Would not see that in the Twin Cities. Worth a stop if you are in the area and don’t want to make the drive to their Missouri store.
Big liquor store. Several rows of beers. Good selection. Service is generally solid. I usually find it hard to find good beers it Overland Park, KS, so this is my go to place. Some of the prices feel high, but I havent verified.
This is mostly a liquor store. It does have a nice selection of craft beer including some regional stuff. There is a small cooler section from which you can build your own six pack but the selection wasn’t that great. I don’t know the other options for beer stores in the area, but this one seemed fine.
Stopped here several times while in KC, KS. Nice shop that has a smallish pick-six selection, but numbers of things not available in Arkansas. One long row of bombers (four shelves high). And then a good selection of six-packs of various things. Nothing too out of the ordinary, but a good, solid place to get a good selection of beers. Definitely worth a trip.
cubs (420) Fort Collins, Colorado | September 22, 2013| Updated September 28, 2013
Wanted to like this store, but just couldn’t. Out of the way location for starters. Beer selection seemed much smaller than their Missouri store. The pick six coolers had signs blocking the views. Nothing in the way of special releases that I found. No reasons for me to come here instead of the Missouri store.
huge liquor store with a lot of beer selection. singles are sold as a mix 6, so there aren’t any hidden gems available, but there are plenty of local/regional beers that were new to me. due to kansas’ limited distribution, the store on the missouri side had a better selection.
This is the store I rarely visit in KC, not b/c its bad but just b/c there are other better stores. Its a large store, not much in the way of ambiance. Not as well let as the Martin City Lukas and not as big. Its a fine store and if you are near by you should stop by. But it falls out of the top tier KC stores.