A larger store with likely the largest selection in Victoria. Many are old though, which can be good or bad. They tend to get quiet a few limited releases so if you are looking for an Abyss or such, they tend to get them. Staff was decent and prices were good. A pretty good shop and since it’s close to so many other things I would say you should go.
Really good, underrated place with an extensive selection. They try to sell Spinnakers bottles front-and-centre, which is no surprise, but their beer and cider selection is very good other than that. Prices are good, on the slightly cheaper side of town. Worth a stop when in town.
Attached to the excellent Spinnakers brewpub, this is the only place in BC where I’ve seen beer that isn’t readily available at government liquor stores. I’ve managed to pick up things from Great Divide, and some bottle from Phillips that aren’t around on the mainland. You can also pick up bottles of several of their own beers that aren’t available in government stores.
Nice place with great prices for a cold beer and wine and friendly service. Selection is pretty good coming from an Ontario perspective. They have a few European imports, a couple U.S. beers and a bunch of BC stuff.
A decent selection - very impressed with the Alaskan and Elysian beers as I haven’t seen them elsewhere in the province. I know Paul Hadfield had some hand in the establishment of the Elysian (Seattle) so its nice to seen the connection is still there.
Crit (150) Surrey, British Columbia | June 14, 2006| Updated September 14, 2008
Found some interesting imports I haven’t seen in a while, and even got a couple of free glasses
Went there after GCBF. After talking to the guy at the till it sounded like exhibitors had given him a better selection of beers to try than they had for sale. BC may have more brew pubs but I will take Willow Park Liquor over any other store I have been to in Canada!