Updated March 2015 - I live two blocks away now, so stop in more regularly. The selection of quality stuff has improved slightly, but the best thing about this place is a gem like Hopslam shows up every once in a while.
Obviously, Crow153248’s review is a plant by someone connected to the store. In the immediate area, this is your only choice if you’re looking for craft beer. Gennaro at 87th and Central is a better choice for 5 minutes more of driving. The selection is fairly impressive for a standard, run-of-the-mill Chicago-area liquor store that typically caters to those who prefer their beer in higher quantity as compared to quality. Maybe 40-50 different craft beers? Though most are not my favorites. It’ll do in a pinch, though I did find 3F Alpha King here once. It’s also 2 blocks from my girlfriend’s house, so that’s a bonus.
This place was obviously entered by someone who’s connected to it. Still, with little else in that area, it possibly should remain on the database. Like most southwest side Chicago area liquor stores, there is a lot of BMCs to be had. However, there are a bunch of Eastern European imports, popular Belgian beers, 3F, Sierra Nevada, a handful of other craft breweries. Should you find yourself in this area and in need of beer, you could do much, much worse. And I actually found three beers that I haven’t had - a malt liquor, a Polish beer, and a Belgian ale.
Crow153248 (1) Oak Forest, Alabama | January 15, 2009| Updated August 6, 2014