GTAEgeek (317) Colorado Springs, Colorado | May 21, 2012| Updated May 30, 2012
Small, dumpy building. The interior looks like a wine shop / bait and tackle shop / trashy gas station. The employees were very friendly and enthusiastic, but not terribly knowledgeable. The selection is very good, with several choices from each brewery, and lots of small, local, and hard to find beers. The prices looked fair, but most of the beers are in singles, which drives up the price. I’ll be back, if I’m in the area.
Kind of circle type building that is half bait shop and half liquor store. Very nice selection for this area of south Florida. Had several beers, especially Cigar City, that I did not see anywhere else. Service was basically a bunch of guys standing around drinking, but they were very friendly and entertaining. Worth a stop.
As of June 7, 2010 this place does not have a license to sell beer. The beer is still in the coolers, and the selection of singles was very good. I hope this place can get it going again, I really liked the vibe.
I would certainly call ahead on this place.
64 = ★★ (Just ok)
I only use the total score, not the component parts.
Without consulting RateBeer on quality beer stores (or my GPS) I would never have found this place. It’s a run-down bait/tackle shop and convenience store, but the funny thing is that it’s also a secret oasis for beer enthusiats. My first trip there I stocked up on Shipyard, Dogfish Head, Clipper City, and my favorite, Unibroue. I’ve been looking for Unibroue’s "La Terrible" for a while, and I never thought I’d find it in what’s also considered a gas station. Staff members are great and very helpful too! #6 on 11102009 DG.
Was really happy to find this while I was in town. Very interesting shop with a great, strange vibe (great beer in a run-down tackle shop in the middle of a rich city?). Talked with one of the folks who worked there who was very enthusiastic and pretty helpful. Great selection with rarities (all of the DFH and others). One downside was they sold me a ridiculously out of date (11/05) single.
pumpmaster (60) Pembroke Pines, Florida | January 16, 2008| Updated May 6, 2009
Very friendly people willing to order special requests. All singles from around the world with many American craft beers.
Ah a flood of memories washes over me as i walk in. I was only about 21-22 and was just discovering beer. This was where i 1st went to try new and "unusual" beers. Its a gas station, convience store, bait and tackle, it reminds me of something you’d see in the keys. They give discounts for mixed six packs, good selection of belgian and micro 750s. and tons of pale lagers from all over, russia, spain, greece, s. america, and some florida beers i’ve never seen (Yes I mainly). Very friendly service.