3fourths (1569) Boulder, Colorado | October 17, 2004| Updated April 20, 2013
I ended up here when some friends took me to the local deli. Pretty big store, tall windows and lots of light. Slick layout, not messy or ghetto or anything... long wall of coolers at the back. The micro selection was impressive and the prices were reasonable. Check out the BBQ joint behind Mr G’s as well.
BMan1113VR (424) Los Angeles, California | November 18, 2008| Updated March 26, 2009
My new favorite beer store in Dallas. I can’t remember the last
time I bought +$60 at a Dallas store for my self, but I did
here. They had all the seasonals including SA Chocolate Bock,
Red Hook Winter and Double Black, Our Special (about 2 weeks
before anyone else), Bigfoot, Ted Fidy, de Proef beers, and
more. I plan on going back often. No food ordered when I was there.
Good sized store with deli in back. Not a huge selection but what they had was very nice. Found quite a few regional offering that I have not seen elsewhere in the area. Prob the best selection I have seen in metroplex so far.
Nate (330) Indiana, Pennsylvania | January 2, 2006
Has a nice selection, though I’m not sure if it’s better than S&K. I forgot to ask if S&K breaks six packs, which would put Mr. G’s ahead in my book. Decent prices for the area, and more beers than I found at Central Market.
Pretty large and open wine and beer store. Carries local and regional Texas beers (Rahr’s and St Arnold), along with some other decent micros (Great Divide, Lagunitas, Dogfish Head, Full Sail, Victory, Stone, etc.) Adequate selection of Belgians, but nothing rare. They do not sell singles, but I did not ask if they break sixers. Since I was heading to a dry county for the holidays, I found enough beer to make me happy, and get some new ratings.
Excellent selection of beers at this place. Prices are on target with what I’ve seen around town but the singles are pricey if you don’t sign up with the rewards program (or whatever they call it). If you do sign up then it brings the prices down to what they should be anyway.
Yes, they let you break six packs! Great Belgian Selection (for Texas anyway)...the have 98-01 Fullers Vintage on display...not currently for sale though...
blutt59 (179) Dallas, Texas | October 9, 2009| Updated July 5, 2011
One of two go to stores in town, usually have everything available here, try to talk him out of an aged fullers vintage ale or OSA . anything is fair game as a single,check for ciders and iced ciders not all in the same place, great sandwiches also
There are many things I like about Mr G’s - they have many of their Belgian and ageable beers on unrefridgated shelves, they have a section of single bottles, you can break six packs apart/mix&match, and every month they have tastings showcasing a different style of beer. Said tasting started out shaky, but are getting better every month. Their deli has some tasty sammies. and their service is pretty good. The selection is on par or better than most of the area stores and their prices usually are good as well.