This store is definitely better than the Logan Square Pantry across the street but with the prices what they are here I’d almost rather shop over there. That said there is a pretty good selection of locals and some nationally distributed stuff. Saw some Eclipse bottles and some Bruery anniversary beer among plenty of other things. Despite that the store definitely has a corner liquor/grocery store feel to it. A couple doors down from Revolution Brewing which is nice.
Just about across the street from Revolution, so it’s an easy stop if you’re headed there. Looks kind of like a typical crappy liquor store from the outside, but inside they have a massive beer selection. Lots of six packs and singles from local and regional breweries Half Acre, Revolution, Goose, Pipeworks, Three Floyds...etc. More sixers than singles (mostly large format bottles for that). They also had a decent selection of imports and out of the area beers...saw a number of the Eclipse variants, for instance.
Only real complaint here is that maybe the prices were a bit on the high side. But convenient location near Revolution and good selection.
Liquor store across the street and down a bit from Revolution. I admit that I parked in their lot for my time there and at the Brewpub. As noted, doesnt look like much from the outside, but they really do have a lot of space devoted to beer inside. This is s quality bottle shop, but it has a hard time competing in price or selection with Binny’s
Very much an urban liquor store, quite a few coolers of beer and racks of craft. Decent German selection, a lot of craft bombers. Overall a decent selection. The store is located directly across the street from Revolution, so its certainly worth stopping for a local and out of towner alike. If you are looking for something rare or special, this is probably not your place.
A liquor store with an above average selection. Place is a bit run down and has a liquor store feel to the place. Service is fine but not particularly beer oriented. Selection is surprisingly good. Prices seem pretty good overall. A solid Chicago store.
Solid beer shop. Walked over after having a few at Revolution - the only 12 oz bottles available were in 6-packs, but there was a really nice selection of bombers. Couple hundred craft beers available here. Bomber prices seemed to be $8 - $16 (for the ones I looked at).
Stumbled across this place after leaving Revolution... looks like an ethnic liquor store, reminds me of Puerto Rico Food & Liqours... about 15 coolers, filled mostly with sixers, but they had a dedicated section of singles by style... great and varied selection, they had a lot of beers that I haven’t seen at other stores, a 6 pack of Bell’s Batch 10, TNP, Utopias, and plenty of Three Floyd’s AK, PJ and RB...downside is that despite the great selection prices are about 20% more than anywhere else and a lot of the beers didn’t seem to be fresh
Spacious liquor store with loads of liquor, beer wine and cider. The beer selection was pretty big, with almost everything refrigerated. A few beers each of most well know craft brewers and lots of local stuff. I haven’t been to many US stores, but I thought the selection was pretty great. Prices were a bit hit or miss, but seemed decent. Only downside was that their card reader had a problem with my card and that many beers were only available in 4 packs. Good store overall.