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
Great beer selection. Another place tha that allows you to mix and match six packs. They are pretty knowledgable not only the beers they can get, and beer types, but they have a great handle on their inventory. I asked where the barley wines were, there was no barely wine section, but he walked up the aisles and point to 4 or 5 types to choose from. I great place, although it is a bit cramped.
IMHO, the best beer store in Cleveland. They have a huge selection that is broken down by region, with a large selection of American craftbrews. The staff knows their stuff and has answered every question that I’ve asked.
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.
I always find a large selection of ales, stouts, and whatever I'm looking for at this store. The people are always extremely friendly. They have a decent collection of beers from around the world and also a decent selection of Micro-brews from around the U.S. If you don't want an entire six pack, but only want to sample something, you can usually find a single bottle in the cooler for a good price.
JasonG (36) Salt Lake City, Utah | January 28, 2004| Updated May 16, 2005
This is one of the few stores on the near east side that has a decent selection. They don’t split sixes, which sucks, but they have a pretty good selection of 22’s and 750’s, along with a decent number of single bottles. Cooler spaces is limited, with most of their stuff on shelves. Some of the stuff with lower turnover does get a little dusty. Has a good sized selection of wine as well. Also carries a fair selection of homebrew supplies, including some equipment, a decent selection of grains and hops, sanitizers, etc.