bulldogops (130) Edmonton, Alberta | December 22, 2015| Updated November 27, 2016
One of my favourite stops on the Calgary rota. John and Patrick are just awesome dudes to chat with - and their focus is keeping it funky, fresh, and devoted to all aspects of craft beer on the retail side. Mix 6 wall is a wicked concept for 355mls, more independents should rock it.
Nice little shop in a convenient part of town with free parking. Owners are nice and helpful, but not beer geeks. Mix your own 6 is there at a great price. Prices in general are pretty good, selection is decent but not as big as the more popular guys. I would recommend this place for the 6 packs which also includes quite a few nice imports.
I thought they had a great selection. Not downtown, but if you have a car itís totally worth stopping in to see what they have.
exeter (8) calgary, Alberta | January 25, 2014| Updated February 7, 2015
I go there about every 2 weeks, and I am always surprised by the things I can get only there. They have a great wall of individual beers @ 16.99 per 6 beers. Saves me from buying a sixer of something I might hate. And great for the tickers. I rate the service high because they leave me alone. :)
Reading some of the reviews I am not sure if the "fake" reviews are still here. The lady who helped me was trying very hard to make a good impression like ny small business owner would/should. Hoser called to suggest I pop in. They do carry a lot of his products. I had not gone in evn though I liver close by because the previous liquor store in the same location sucked. Big very cold beer room with big craft selection. One of he cool things that stands out from nearby Co-op, highlander nd CSN is a wall of beer in singles to make a mixed 6-pack for $16.99. Bring the box back and get a discount on your next mixed 6. At the till they had a row of beers she g what is new this week. For itís size one of the better beer stores in town. Reminds me of Robís short lived store on Edmonton Trail.
Great local Wine & Beer store. Staff is super friendly and informative. Given the size of the store their selection of craft beer is impressive. Probably one of the first stores to actually encourage you to try different styles of beer without bogging you down with pretentious blathering.
DuffMan (339) the land of bitumen, beef & beer, Alberta | May 30, 2012| Updated June 5, 2012
Considering the increasing availibility of quality craft beers in Calgary, this place really is average at best. If a consumer really wants a comprehensive inventory to select from, then Willow Park, Zyn, Kensington, and most CoOp outlets have this place beat hands down. Also, the use of this site and database to promote their store is disappointing.