great service but beer selection left much to be desired. very small physical area devoted to beer and one tiny shelf with pitiful selection for mixed sixers. some nice stuff and only run of the mill classics for belgians. not nearly deserving of an ’excellent’ rating here.
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.
Big store though it’s mostly wine. The beer is in the back corner. They have a decent selection of singles and bombers. I usually find some limited stuff. The prices are fair and they are very friendly and helpful. They put in a beer bar with 6 or 8 taps not too long ago. They usually have a few local beers on along with a few bigger names. They fill growlers and half growlers. Worth a stop.
I have only been here twice and both times I have been greeted by a friendly and knowledgeable staff member. You can get growler fills here and you can also sample beer. It is really nice because they update their facebook and twitter pages very often with new arrivals. They don’t have thousands of beers like some stores around the country, but they have beers that are harder to find in the area. It is just a great overall place to buy beer.
Pretty decent selection. If you are from Illinois like me, I was happy to find some things I can’t find in my home state. Guy working was friendly. I was able to find 6 12oz bottles of things I can’t find at home.
Ambiance is to be what is expected, for the great rating, I woudl have expected the beer section to be bigger/more organized. Service was subpar, not asking if we need help, constantly reminding us they were closing soon. Selection was OK, some harder to find stuff, but not very large ingeneral. Beers were however reasonably priced to go and on tap. Overall worth it if you are in lakewood going to melt, but not really otherwise.
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.
Per the earlier reviews I read before visiting Cleveland, I headed over to Rozi’s for some brewskis and this place didn’t disappoint. Nice beer selection and while I didn’t get the guy’s name that was working there, we talked brews and Cleveland in general for a while.
When I visited: May 2012.
What I had: Smuttynose Finest Kind IPA (draught), Chicken Salad Sandwich & Chips, sandwich and ginger ale for my better half.
What I bought: Founders Double Trouble, Samuel Adams Dark Depths Baltic Porter, Ballast Point Big Eye IPA, Victory, Stone and Dogfish Head Saison du Buff.
What I liked: Respectable bottle selection, attractive wooden interior (looks recently renovated), pleasant covered patio overlooking the street scape, competent and efficient staff, decent prices, tasty no frills food.
What I disliked: Must have missed something - like another room that I wasn’t aware of? - as the selection was tiny compared to most other U.S. beer stores that I’ve been to. Seemed like the stock was running thin as there were several empty spaces on the shelves. Still, I was very happy with the beers that I purchased (especially the Big Eye).
Would I go back? Yes.
Overall Rating: 80