nike (48) Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania | April 25, 2011
One of the best selections in Pittsburgh. They have some good prices on certain, but very high on imports (especially English and Belgium). Same owner as D’s, so I recommend stopping in for a hot dog and going upstairs and buying a single bottle before buying a case.
a lot of different beers. and some really friendly and knowledgeable people working there. you have to buy a case and that is that. but they send you over to d’s up the block for singles, sixes and taps. looks like an old deli or corner store just decked out to the rafters with good beers. cases just jammed in everywhere.
cheap (242) Beaver Valley, Beaver County, Pennsylvania | October 4, 2008
Stopped by today. Used to go here when I lived in Regent Square to buy returnable Erie back in 1980. Smaller place with beers stacked all over the place, good prices for a Pgh distributor. Friendly help. Typical beer distributor in PA, 24 cans or bottles or less.
Best beer distributor in the city. Rows upon rows, case after case of beer. Selection is mostly what they have at D’s down the street. You want something, get it here. oly thing I noticed prices weren’t on all of the cases. Staff was very friendly. Greeting us with a hello as we walked into the door. The guy also gave me a Bell’s beer stick, they are one of my favorite brewerys.
This is far and away the best distributor in the Pittsburgh area. They have the best selection of beers by the case that I have ever seen. They have a wall lined with beer bottles that shows their current imports in stock. The main room is full of domestic micros. My only complaint is that while the imports all have prices shown on the bottles the domestic cases do not have any prices on them and you have to ask the staff to find out. Otherwise this place rocks.
This is the best distributer in the city, there is another good one in millvale. They got a lot of cases you just can’t find anywhere else. The cost is maybe a dollar or two more expensive on a couple of cases, but the rare finds are well worth the couple bucks and drive .
This is the place I go when I want a lot of beer at a good price. Their prices are the best. A case of Bell’s Expedition is $49, Victory Storm King $32, Weyerbacher Quad $42, Corsendonk $60’s. Right across a side street from D’s. Both McBrooms and D’s have the same selection as they are both under one owner. Stop in D’s to try, stop at McBrooms to buy. Perfect setup.