south of corner of E. University & N. CountryClub, MESA. little red building and a bright yellow sign on the curb with a sunset on the top of it. Dark and Dingy inside, but OMG, there is more beer than I think I saw anything else. Great Selection. One of the best I’ve seen. Sells single bottles of anything. Super friendly staff made us feel welcome and they were constantly willing to help out with any of our needs.
Just found this place, and I am so glad I did. I usually shop at Topp’s which is Sundevil’s sister store. However, Sundevil Liquors is a superior store. The beer selection is great, especially their Belgians, and the wine selection is even better. They have separate sections for domestic micros, Belgians and Germans, and Eastern Europeans, as well as a full wine cellar in the basement. Best of all, they keep all the macros tucked away in the back where you almost have to search for them. Also, kegs of micros are available from all over the country. As good a selection as you can hope to find around here. The bar downstairs is cozy and pleasant, with three rotating taps to keep you interested. Employees are eager to help, even if they may not be the most knowledgable. If you live around the area, this really is the only store to shop in. Check it out!
A very unusual liquor store with a hidden bar (tasting room) in the cellar. Beer is two different prices, one to go and one to drink there. A decent selection available in bottes but only a couple of taps. The taps are usually pretty good though with some occasional really good stuff. The tasting room is a 25/75 mix of beer and wine but there is still plenty to choose from. Sadly, some of the beer to go is not refrigerated.. A cool little hidden gem not on everyones radar.
A million beers. This place is a mess but I don’t mind. You can find all kinds of stuff here. I have never seen so much beer in one place. Like shopping in a cave. It’s dusty and weathered. If they ever did enventory I bet they’d come across some forgotten six packs of Lawlers or Grants. I like these old places. You never know what you’ll run across. Most of the beers are warm shelved but they have ample craft beers chilled. The staff is fairly knowledgeable, I can tell it’s just a job to the one’s I met. From kegs to singles, craft to coors, rare to mundane, imports, cigars, liquor, wine and a drive thru window. You gotta love AZ. Put this one on your must visit list.
Great selections and some rare finds. The store is a mess though and the staff leaves a little to be desired. I can only hope some of the older bottles I purchased still taste good- their storage seems a bit questionable.
well, to be honest, i wasnt that impressed with this place-they definately had some good beers, but alot of old dusty stock on the shelves. I did find some thins that i have been wanting, so i quickly got what i needed and left. I bet some of the old beer was actually pretty good (allagash trippel that was a few years old, some imperial stouts that looked old). I didn’t take my chances though.
Good variety of beers with a large amount of Belgian beers. They sell singles which is great. The staff can be helpful at times and at others, not at all - just depends on who’s working, I guess. Otherwise, it’s a good store that’s worth the trip.
turbo (5) Arizona | June 2, 2004| Updated July 1, 2005
Great store!! HUGE selection.
Staff could be more helpful, but this is still, probably, THEE best beer store in Arizona. The awesome variety of beer, foreign and domestic, and liquor definately compensates for the lack of service.
This place has one of the best selections I have ever seen. They have Stone, Alesmith, and New Belgium beers, one of only a handful of places that carries beers from all three of these awesome breweries. The also had a number of rare and highly rated Belgians. A little more expensive on the average, but well worth a visit.