plaza’s got some high end stuff i can’t get in phoenix. smaller selection than topp’s or sundevil but certainly more organized and cleaner. friendly staff. i feel like i’m going to break something while i’m perusing the isles
My go to place for beer in Tucson. Owner is great and very helpful (even though he is more of a wine guy). Everything available in AZ pretty much and all in singles. Good belgian, german and of course west coast micro selection. I think they only have a bout 2 small shelves of BMC. Best in AZ!!
Great store for beer, wine and liquor. Theit beer selection is huge,and the staff friendly and knowledgable.
The staff is very willing to order new and unusual beers. They have special-ordered Panil Barriquee, several Berliner Weisses, and other beers for me.
Also, one of the few places in Tucson that carry the excellent Anchor Distilling Junipero Gin.
Plaza Liquors has an absolutely jaw-dropping selection of beers. It’s also got very reasonable prices and some sweet discounts for cases and such. The service was incredibly friendly, and all the beers are conveniently labeled with post-its. The only problem with Plaza is that I can’t spend more than ten minutes browsing lest I drop $100 I really shouldn’t be spending.
Great selection, always get the anticipated seasonals, probably the best selction I’ve seen. Customer service is the best. Employee’s are knowlegable, and interested in good beer. I’m often offered tasters/samples. It’s kind of a hole in the wall place, but that makes it seem more local. Best place to get beer in tucson!
One of the best places to buy beer in Tucson. As a native of Texas, I’m sad they don’t carry much of a selection of Texas beers. I go there because they have a cooler filled with single beers and you can pick up a six-pack container (you know, the kind beer comes in and that fold down flat) and pick and choose from among a huge selection of beers in the cooler. If you find something not in the cooler, Plaza will break down the six pack and let you take what you want. I love to get about three six-packs when we have family get-togethers and everyone ends up sipping out of one another’s glasses or bottles to try all the different beers. It’s 12 miles or so away and worth the drive for special occasions, but for average day-to-day purchases I tend to stay on the far east side of town where I live.