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Ramirez Liquor & Kegs Delivery
$$ - reasonable
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736 S Soto St
phone: (323) 261-2915
(Place added by: phan542921 on 10-03-2005)
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vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4.5 | $$
Came down on a recent trip to San Diego, stopped by this place for a little break and to see what I could find.
Going past the MASSIVE amounts of tequila (seriously, bring your tequila friends here for their fix), head to the back coolers - lots of different beers to be found here. I was looking for some Hangar 24 for a friend and found it right away. Also able to pick up some Stone IRS, saving myself the trip down Citracado Way. Beyond that, took a lot of restraint not to buy much more. Several beer giants are represented here - Port, DFH, Stone, Mikkeller, Avery, Allagash, etc.
Wish the service was a little better, but the cashier was helpful and recommended some good food in the area as well. Friendly people, well worth a stop
06-21-2011 00:37:00 |
More by Gambac
quality: 3 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | $$
Visited on 02/25/08.
Dodgy Boyle Heights neighborhood. Ambiance was typical liquor store, with displays of impossibly hot chicks enticing one to buy this or that liquor. Pretty good selection of craft beers, though nothing like the rare (to the west coast) beers found at Walnut Liquorette or Lone Hill Liquor.
One staff member was enthusiastically discussing Stone Beers (I think) with a customer in Spanish. They also have Stone T shirts for sale for $15.00 each. I couldn't find one I liked in a size I could wear, though. Oh, well...
I picked up a couple of bottles: one I had never seen before and one I hadn't seen in at least a year.
Overall, probably not worth the trip unless you're within a few blocks of the place. I'd rather drive 30+ miles to Walnut or Glendora than 8 miles here. Still, you can do a LOT worse on almost any corner in the greater LA area.
03-10-2008 22:40:56 |
More by charlzm
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 2 | selection: 4 | $$$
Been here 3 or 4 times. Little convenience store that has good liqour and craft beer. The beers here are a good selection, many German and Belgian imports that I cant find elsewhere in LA. I question how long some of their beers have been sitting in their coolers, though. Some of their beer is pricier than elsewhere in the city, sometime 2-3$ more expensive, but at least they get some of the rarer stuff that you cant find anyplace. I found Pliny the Elder here first before they had it anyplace else. My complaints are that the beer there could have been in the cooler for years for all I know and also they have some security guards there that are kinds shady and its also in a somewhat shady neighborhood, so be weary.
04-10-2011 04:13:15 |
More by keithmurray
vibe: 1.5 | quality: 1 | service: 1 | selection: 2.5 | $$$
This store was a dissapointment. The lay out is very cramped and the security guard makes you feel very uncomfortable with a "hurry up and buy" attitude. With that said had I not felt the over bearing feeling to leave the establishment I could of took my time and realize the ipa I purchased was 7 months old so that just shows they don't rotate their inventory so u might buy some very old product. How can 7month old be considered "quality"? How can the atmosphere be good when I didn't feel welcome? Get over yourself, your not the only rodeo in town
11-20-2013 04:02:23 |
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