Cool spot on a corner nearby Falling Rock and Star Bar. I love the retro looking vertical ďLiquorĒ sign out front. Inside I see almost everything here is stored cold with a small yet nice aisle end shelving unit with the more interesting brews. One of the staff noticed we were looking for obscure to maybe semi rare items. He quickly proceeded to help us out and show us all the goodies on hand on the shelves as well as the stuff we could get not on display. The staff has plenty of knowledge about beer and the local industry. Overall a small selection but well thought out with some stuff I doubt other places in town will have. Worth a stop if youíre already in the area. Finally adding my rating. So a score of 95 well deserved points. Iím obviously not alone on how awesome this place is. Go here!!!
Wasnít going to stop here but was walking by so I thought why not. Went in and the selection was pretty small but some really great choices. Prices were a bit higher than out in the suburbs but the staff seemed very knowledgeable and friendly. There was a huge St. Pattyís day parade and festival going on downtown and the cashier thanked me for buying good beer. He said he didnít think heíd be selling anything other than Coors Light, PBR, etc. that day. Good store but far from the best in town. Maybe just the best in downtown.
I was expecting a bigger craft selection. They do get all the rare releases, but they go quickly. A bit pricier than other shops. Pain in the ass to park. I donít think Iíd go back when in Denver... there are so many other bigger and better shops. Nice staff.
Visited during GABF week. Staff was very helpful and chatty, but the selection wasnít as big and wide as I expected. Some special brews but not THAT much. A nice bottle shop but I donít really get the hype.
Easy to find place with lots of parking centrally located. Friendly youngís owners. Loads of spirits and wine. Beer selection is pretty good, only this is that most small bottles are only sold in 6 packs which is annoying if you are travelling and what to buy a selection of stuff to take with you. Overall good shop with a bunch of rare stuff.
This is my local wine & spirits store and Iím glad it is. Excellent selection of wine and sour beers. Staff is very knowledgeable and is always willing to help you decide what to get.
If service and sour beers were the only rating choices, theyíd get a 100% from me.
Stopped in here while I was in Denver since it was the top rated place downtown. OK shop with lots of wine and liquor and a relatively small beer selection. Some good bottles like a BA Avery brew and some Crooked Stave Origins. Other than that, most of what I saw here is on the shelves here in Florida. Pretty disappointing to go to such a big beer city and find that this is the best thatís offered in terms of bottle shops. Service was nice, and prices were OK. Not worth going way out of your way for, but if youíre walking around in that part of town, might as well stop in. I am guessing if you live in town it is easier to access things that come out periodically as special releases.
Mrí Bís is located on Market Street in downtown Denver, a couple blocks from Coors Field. Street and lot parking is available in the immediate area.
The interior is laid out like a typical well lit liquor store, with the beer being located along the right side and rear both in coolers along the wall and on shelves.
There are several hundred beers available, including many Colorado breweries like Epic, Crooked Stave, New Belgium and River North. Other craft breweries like Perennial, Lost Abbey and Lagunitas plus many imports.
Service on a weekday afternoon prior to a Rockies game was good. The guys behind the counter were friendly and helpful. I left with a box full of beer.
Overall this is a worthwhile beer store to visit downtown. I would definitely stop in again on future visits.