They may call themselves a wine and beer house but half of the product is craft beer. They have over 300 bottles which focuses on local craft, West coast, and Belgians. They also have some homebrew supplies for sale and branded glassware. In addition they have 8 taps from which they fill growlers and sell samples. They seem like really nice people as well.
A nice store with large wooden shelving and a few containers with all different kinds of beer. Set up a touch confusing at first but figured it out quickly. Employee on had was helpful and knowledgeable about the beers on hand. A very strong selection with a good number of local beers. Prices were a touch high, but well worth it for the selection. A great beer store.
This place is just about 1 km from Buckeye’s tap room, so combining the two is natural and makes for a nice afternoon, probably better than what you’d do in Cleveland anyway. I must say I had great expectations about Rozi’s which for some reason, I anticipated was the top store in Ohio. It is a very nice store, focusing on wine obviously with a airy, easy layout. It felt a bit insulting that we had to pay for our parking in a suburban area though. They encourage you to break six-packs, which is a must I’d say since otherwise, their selection would be a bit disappointing. While they did have many of the beers I was looking forward to like Crooked River, a few Brew Kettle, a few Buckeye, I was hoping to find, for instance, the whole range of Hoppin Frog, the whole range of Alesmith. I only did two stores in the Cleveland area, the other being Chuck’s and Chuck’s seemed to strike a few more hits although Rozi’s is perhaps better located. Staff was very helpful also.
Nice store. Not a huge selection, but what there is is pretty solid. Picked up some selections from Three Floyds, Bells, Southampton, Hoppin Frog and more. Some of the bottles (Alesmith, Avery) were pricier than I have seen elsewhere but still reasonable. Between the girlfriend and I we dropped about $75 here and could have spent more. Staff was super friendly and helpful. Recommended.
Stopped by here in late July ’08. Helpful staff - ask to help - but do not hover. Friendly, knowledgeable of RB. Excellent selection of top end brews. Picked a Speedway Stout and a few other gems here. Not a huge selection of miscellaneous singles - but after seeing the Alesmiths and Stone etc - I quickly forgot about racking up the tickings and focused on quality. Lots of home brew supplies and plenty of glassware. Plenty of cheap parking nearby. Worth going out of your way for.
A cool little store. Beer accounts for about 25% of the space. Not a big selection but some interesting beers. On the American front you’ve got your classics such as Speedway Stout, AleSmith IPA and so on but nothing that really stands out. You won’t find extra-cool beer here. The import section is small but has a few interesting items. From what I could see the problem with that store is that it is well located, it has a steady clientele and do not stack-up much beers in the back. So when something really good and not common hits the shelves it sells-out pretty fast. Unless you’re lucky with a good timing you won’t find the “wow!” beer there. But what really stands out is the staff. Never have I felt like someone as willing to help me. I wanted to score some Ola Dubh 30 Year Old and the guy turned the store inside-out to see if they had any left. You need to make a stop there, it’s only 5 minutes away from the Great Lakes brewpub.
A nice small selection of upscale beers in an upscale wine shop, I managed to get a half-dozen gems here including Southampton’s new saison, not something I’d have expected; nice somewhat informed service....but the selection IS pretty small and eclectic, you won’t be stocking up here bigtime unless you’re only looking for rarities. I don’t think there were anything close to 300 beers when I visited (early October 06). Still, worth a stop and not too too far off the highway.
Other than the parking (hint go on a Saturday and you can park for free) I have no complaints about this place. The selection isn’t the largest but it is diverse and covers everything you could want. Good finds here that are harder to get around town include anything just released and small operations like Mad Brewer which I’ve only ever seen at 101 Bottles in Kent. The people here know their stuff as well. If you happen to be on the west side of Cleveland it is worth your time to stop by.
The store is quite a large room with high ceilings, wooden floors, and every item placed below eye-level -- not particularly busy on a Saturday morning. Helpful staff members held back from our charging, beer-searching group until we looked ready to ask questions, which they then happily answered. More of a wine place than beer, there were a few fridge doors of solid local stuff, a fridge of imported gems, another two or three with cold crap, and a couple of wooden shelves packed with interesting 6-packs and mixes -- these mostly sated our cravings for bringing stuff back to Canada but we decided to stop elsewhere to top up. Worth a look.
This is a nice shop in Lakewood with taps so you can drink and shop at the same time. They had a Clown Shoes take over when I was there. They have lots of singles to make your own six pack. I didn’t see a lot of really rare stuff, but they had the usual craft beers along with some nice meads and ciders. Worth a stop if in the area.