NachlamSie (813) Denver, Colorado | February 27, 2009| Updated September 29, 2013
I enjoyed my visits here. The selection is pretty extensive, focusing on Coloradoan beers. It has a sophisticated feel, but the prices seemed to be close to others in the area. The staff was very helpful and knowledgeable about the beer.
Mondo Vino is the perfect beer and wine store to have in your neighborhood: friendly, knowledgeable, and with a substantial selection of goodness. They generally have one of the better selections in town, especially for their size. The best part is the staff, however. I went in looking for a Berliner Weisse a few months back, and was unable to locate one anywhere in CO. They took down my name and shot me an email when they got one in a couple months later! Nice!
Stopped by during drive to Denver from COS. Very nice set up. Loved the step up and wood floors. Cases were impeccably clean and stocked. I was offered assistance. Selection was good. Prices seemed higher than COS. Very nice store and area
Made a nice stop in here, found some really good stuff. Nice belgian import section and tons of american craft brews. lots of fridge space. Lots of singles and six packs. A bonus was we spent more then 100 bucks and the casher just knocked off 10% of the bill. Really liked that feature of the store. Sure it was a bit more expensive but when you get service like that it is sure a bonus.
Popped by Mondo Vino on a recent visit to Denver (Jun ’12).
Not the biggest selection in the world but lots of interesting offerings from Colorado craft brewers and further afield (Nogne, Mikkeller, various Belgian/German).
All beers are in a series of large fridge cabinets along the back wall.
The service was first rate.
I was offered help immediately upon browsing the first fridge and I then asked for some reccomendations for eats and drinks in the area.
I was pointed to Meade Station just a few doors up and the server offered to hold my beer in a fridge for me whilst I ate.
We returned an hour later and I had another browse and again was helped immediately.
This time a different server and he gave us more reccomendations for restaurants downtown and took the time to google them for specific addresses etc.
First rate service, the guys knew their beer, highly reccomended!
helpful staff, organized. fair prices. nice selection. abyss, consecration, fair amount of other beers i can’t get in midwest. only store i went to in denver, so dont have anything local to compare it with.
very nice wine store with a wall full of beer coolers - mainly catering to craft and imports. had some nice bottles that tend to sell out quickly elsewhere. had some crooked stave on sale. prices tend to be a bit higher, but you can get some deals. guys know their beer. worth a stop if you go to Hops and Pie around the bend...
cubs (420) Fort Collins, Colorado | December 19, 2010| Updated December 12, 2013
I was really surprised by this place. Not the hugest beer selection but the beers are chosen quite well. I picked up a Dogfish Head Fort and Theobrama. They had plenty of The Abyss and a couple of other brews that you can’t always find elsewhere.