Considering the limitations of what can and canít be brought into the state of Oklahoma, this store was a nice surprise. I went for most of the Oklahoma brewery stuff (Choc, Marshall, Mustang, etc.). Very nice mix six option and probably the best selection Iíve seen. If Iím ever back in Tulsa Iíll probably check it out again.
I heard this was the place to buy beer in Tulsa, and it turns out this is THE place to buy beer in an otherwise unfriendly town for beer drinkers. The store is pretty typical looking outside and in, but the back half is completely beer. All the BMC, German, Belgian, and other big time American and Euro brews are here. Oklahoma is well represented with Choc, Marshall, Mustang, Huebert, and a couple others. Other craft brewers include Santa Fe, Great Divide, Boulevard, Full Sail, Big Sky, Avery, Bear Republic, Southampton, Left Hand, and more. Basically, if itís available in Tulsa, you can get it here.
Stopped here while in and around Tulsa, looking specifically for Boulevard BBQuad, to no avail, good selection, everything warm though due to archaic alcohol laws, surprised to find Mikkeller IBeaTYou on the floor by the case, basic pricing, little to no signs of fast turn though.. staff was friendly and busy stocking the entire time i was there.
Stopped in while on a short visit to Tulsa. I believe most of the Oklahoma beers are available here. Got a great selection of locals. There are a lot of other great craft beers. Large pick six selection. Not a bad location either. Well worth visiting.
jackl (693) Minneapolis, Minnesota | July 13, 2014| Updated July 17, 2014
It looks like a dive liquor store from the outside, but thereís actually a good beer selection here. Beer occupies a pretty large amount of the floor space. Cases of Bomb! were available alongside Funky Gold Mosaic. While there arenít a huge number of singles available, thereís more than most places in Tulsa. I scored a Nicaraguan tick, which is nice I guess. Staff were pretty friendly. I got asked multiple times if I needed assistance. Prices were good. Overall, this is one of the better spots I visited in Tulsa.
changeup45 (109) Mount Dora, Florida | October 19, 2009| Updated November 1, 2012
Visited this place while in the Tulsa area on business. Itís nothing special but was the best of the three stores I checked out and they probably get a huge chunk of whatís available in Oklahoma. Beer selection is spread out with a lot of the single bottles around the perimeter of the store. Full line of Boulevard, all the locals, a lot of Rogue, some Bear Republic and really a good selection considering what I think gets (or doesnt get) distributed into the state. If youíre in the area I think this is your best option. Update -- Just recently visited this place for the second time and feel I need to bump the ratings up slightly. Really a nice store for the area. The staff was friendly and even offered me some good suggestions when I asked about local stuff. The prices seemed very good and selection about as good, if not a little better, than I recalled. Remember, this is Oklahoma, but this place does a good job with what they have.
Coming from a Texas boy, I was pleasantly surprised by this store. Had some Aventinus Eisbock (not available in Texas), as well as some Great Divide and St Peters offerings not available in Texas. Pretty good selection, in both sixers and singles. Pretty good selection overall
Quite a lot has changed since my last visit in 2013. The place is now called Collins Midtown Liquor and if I donít remember incorrectly it has moved couple of door south. I can be wrong. Last time I liked the place (rating 78) but now I canít say the same. The beers are on the floor and hard to find. The single selection is really limited and all the beers were really old...
Nicew enough selection but complete nightmare for customer service. If youíre in a pinch and BierGarten, Ranch Acres or Parkhillís are out of what youíre looking for itís worth a stop... just donít expect any help or knowledge with the product.
so im obviously going to compare this store to what i am used to.....
slim pickins. oklahoma sucks for beer. the guy at the counter had never even heard of Stone, Bells, Dogfish Head, or Stoudts. Prices were cheaper than I had found elsewhere in tulsa. but only by about a buck a 6er. i dont want to go into a beer store and see miller and coors ya know.