Cool little store with with a coffee, beer, wine and sandwiches. A nice selection of local, US and imported beers. Most are sold in singles, They have a few coolers and shelves. Good service. Don’t miss this place.
The map shows this place on the south side of the river, but it’s really a couple blocks north, so just a block or so from Worden’s and Flathead. The selection was a pleasant surprise, well organized. Plenty of local stuff, Idaho stuff, and even some oddities like a porter from Lebanon (the country). Staff were uber friendly. Small hipster groceries as well, sandwiches, coffee etc - kind of like a Starbucks on steroids with beer and better coffee. Worth a look for sure.
A trendy coffee, tea, beer and wine store that also serves café style food. The staff was very friendly. I liked that all the bottles were sold as singles and you could build your own sixer and get 20% off. Small selection, but they did have a few beers not offered anywhere else in town. Worth taking a look.
DuffMan (346) the land of bitumen, beef & beer, Alberta | March 30, 2013
Wow-- cool spot! This "cafe" seems to offer it all: excellent coffee, a huge selection of teas, as well as select fine wines and beers. Cafe food too (pastries, muffins, etc). Oh, and some merchandise that applies to all of the above (beer and wine glasses, tea and coffee stuff, and some other kitcheny stuff). Regarding the beers in particular, the selection won’t blow you away, but as I said about the other beer places in Missoula, you will find the odd thing here that isn’t found in the other places so it is worth a look, but overall the number of beers on offer isn’t huge (less than 100 by my estimation). There seems to be more of a balance between local craft, other American craft, and imports. Everything sold as singles.
Great place, locally owned, and has the largest beverage selection I’ve ever seen. They do nothing but beverages. Only place in town where you can build your own beer 6 pack, all beers come as singles. A solid selection for Montana, and they have coffee and tea and wine as well. Super unique store!!
Loved this "cafe" and wished we had something similar back home. Beer selection was respectable and the prices were really good. Even better prices with the "mixer sixer" where you can select y6 single bottles and get 20% off the order. I’ll visit each time I’m in Missoula.
An odd amalgam of coffee, tea, wine, and beer. Hell, those are two of my favorite things, that is - coffee, and beer, and actually coffee before beer, mind you. Anyways, this place is quite modern, in comparison, to, well, all of Missoula. They had a lovely assortment of coffee beans, but I think we have them beat in Seattle. Anyways, I’m there for the beer, so I must concentrate. I think I counted 3, double-door coolers. It may have been four, but if you turn your ass around, you’ll notice a shelf of beers, too. There were a couple of glasses to choose from. Also, head to the back, and give the cases of bottles stacked along the crescent-shaped wall a look; you may find something great. Overall, this had a decent selection, but it is more costly there than at Worden’s. Plus, you don’t get the ol’ time feelin’. Oh, wait, before I go, you can actually purchase singles here, which is a big, big bonus. Shibby.
A coffee/wine/beer bar, that serves Starbuscks-style pastries. Not really a place to eat per se, but a funky little beer store. Only place in Missoula with a selection of beer glassware that I found, and they remain the ONLY place in Montana I’ve ever found De Molen. Better selection of Imports /Belgians than anjywhere else in Missoula, and a decent enough selection of Montana/Northwest micros. I also like the fact that virtually everything here is in coolers, which makes me feel bettewr when buying IPAs. Not quite as good as Wordens, better than Good Food. Better vibe than either of them.
Huge, airy coffee bar/wine/beer store. Beer & wine are off to the left as you walk in. Nice, large beer selection. 5 large fridges on the wall, with a big wooden display creating a cordone from the coffee/wine section. For me, the craft beer selection, though smaller, rivals Worden’s (No BMC stuff at Liquid Planet), and also offers different brands to Worden’s. Good selection of PNW, UK & Belgian beers. Also had a few craft beers from New Zealand, Spain & Holland. Best part of Liquid Planet is the 20% discount for buying ANY mix 6 pack...and this is also applicable if you buy 6 big bottles. I grabbed 12 bottles and promptly got my 20%, even though a few of the beers were doubled up. There was no staff there asking if I needed help or not, but that never bothers me.