Sammy (694) Toronto, Ontario | January 15, 2008| Updated August 4, 2013
This small store is convenient if you are in the Heights. It uses nook and cranny to sell what people want and it can get in terms of beer, homebrewing supplies and the wine and hard alcohol that makes up the store’s majority. It is family run, with Paul being the beer specialist. The regular line of several Michigan brewers, as well as Full Sail, Goose Island and the like. A basic selection of Belgians and above average selection of U.K. Paul’s brother was willing to break up a few 6-packs for me which was appreciated.The other brothers are not as accommodating.
This is a really cool store- parking in the front. Inside are shelves and shelves of beer. Lots of singles, lots in the refrigerators. When I was there they had Alesmith and Hair of the Dog. Lots of Ohio locals, Great Lakes, even some lambic. Hug selection that takes away to sift through. Lots of glassware for sale. One of my favorite places to stop by when I’ve visiting my homeboys in Cleveland. However, you must check their facebook page for new inventory!
I stopped by here one afternoon since I was already in the area. Perhaps I am a little spoiled by stores like Chuck’s, Bella Vino and Steve’s Liquor and More. The selection was great but there were few rare or hard to find beers on the shelf. I ended up picking up a few things like Boss Cox.
This is worth a stop if you are in the area but I would not go out of my way to visit. It is on par with Southland Beverage in my opinion - solid but not spectacular.
Very cool store that I visited while seeing a friend in C. Heights. Old school liquor store with old school brothers minding the shop. Multiple rows of top notch brew. Many things I can get regularly (Bells, Avery, Weyerbacher, S’hampton, etc.) but tons that I cannot (Alesmith, JP special releases, Founders, Hoppin Frog, etc.). Dropped some fairly serious coin in here, which probably says it all.
rumproasts (208) Grand Rapids, Michigan | August 10, 2014| Updated August 15, 2014
underwhelming bottleshop. kinda dumpy. plenty of 6packs, but hardly any singlea. prices seemed on the high side.
MikeF (204) Cleveland, Ohio | March 11, 2004| Updated March 9, 2010
update. Selection has progressively improved. now one the best selections in northeast ohio. Just started patronizing this establishment recently. Actually, I never really knew that it existed until recently. It is probably the best beer spot in the Univ Hts, Clev Hts, South Euclid area. They have a nice variety of styles and a number of brews sold as single bottles. Although its not a treasure trove, it definitely blows away Giant Eagle across the street.
Place was off a fairly well travelled road, not the prettiest from the outside but full of goodies on the inside. They have a great selection and the prices were reasonable, had a locked cabinet of beers but there were lot of beers outside of the box that were more expensive, not sure what that was all about, but overall I would certianly recommend a visit to this place
Nice store, just down the road from me, which is nice, they sell singles but wont break sixers to make singles, they do it on their own accord. lots of volume here, with a small space (~12 feet) of 22oz bottles, 3F, Hoppin Frog, Alesmith, Stone and the like... a few belgians but nothing over the top, a big plus being close to home, bad thing is they DO NOT take AMEX
small store with a nice wine selection yet still probably devotes 50%+ to beer. plenty of coolers and another couple large racks of single bottles and 4/6 packs. nice to see the 750s and 22s displayed in simple form: their own case, slashed open with a razor blade. small selection of yeasts caught my eye as well behind the counter. fair prices and service with a smile.