3fourths (1571) Boulder, Colorado | February 25, 2004| Updated April 20, 2013
A fantastic store with a large number of bottles available. Xmas 2003 they had DFH WWS 18% available, in addition to other rare bottles. Prices are fair, but I would like to see more singles available. I saw more local bottles at Supermarket Liquor than I did at Total Beverage down in Thronton. Best store I’ve found in Fort Collins.
Decent enough selection but as ernest says, the stop at Wilbur’s is better. As a caveat, they do carry a few things not found at Wilbur’s. Decent import selection and some Colorado micros such as Left Hand Widdershins. The only place I saw this; Liquor Mart in Boulder had the Oak Aged version.
It has the ambiance of a down at the heel 50’s era "super"market. Beer is consigned to the far right aisle. They have a lot of local and regional beers as well as fairly decent selection of Belgian and Scandinavian beers. The also have lots of things on sale, though if the price is too cheap it’s probably way past it’s sell by date. They also have a couple of coolers of $9.99 make your own sixer. Solid for the area, you’ll probably find a couple of things that you didn’t see at Wilbur’s but you should definitely go there first.
This is a large liquor supermarket, as the name would imply. The selection is very good, especially for bombers. They had a good variety of lambics as well as some regional beers I’ve never seen in the Denver area. Prices are very good and they had a lot of sales going on. The saddest thing I saw was a discount bin containing sixers of Westbrook pale and IPA which were way past their prime. I managed to find some other fresh and rare bottles I wanted on the shelf though.
Cannot excessively rave over the selection. Had really good Odells. Really good Left Hands. To me who looks for new ratings, the choices were amazing. Check this place out. As for service? The checker pointed out I had missed Odell DeConstruction - and held my buy while I ran back to get it. Now that’s service.
cubs (420) Fort Collins, Colorado | May 18, 2013| Updated September 27, 2014
I consider this the second best place to buy beer in Fort Collins after Wilbur’s. Unbelievable import selection, probably superior to Wilburs. Lots of neat Belgian Saisons to grab here. Worth a stop on a Fort Collins beer tour.
The name is apt - looks like the place used to be a supermarket - so, the atmosphere sucks, but the selection is very good - comes in very close to Wilbur’s, actually, with vast craft choices and quite an impressive import selection - servers were quite friendly - best part is the sale rack, with some extreme deals ( 3 Monts Grande Reserve 750s for 3.99? Yes, please) - right on one of th main drags in/out of town - a great store.
Ernest (228) Boulder, Colorado | October 14, 2004| Updated April 4, 2005
Pretty good selection here, BUT...I’m getting the feeling much of it is pretty old and doesn’t sell well. If you’re in a hurry, you can skip this and just focus on Wilburs and Liquor Max.