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1750 15th St
phone: (303) 449-3374
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quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | $$
Just a few blocks from Boulder's main shopping/pedestrian mall, this place is booze heaven. Tons of wine, liquor, and, praise the lord, BEER. The stuff you are interested in is located to the right as you enter. There is a well stocked row of glass ware, micro/import singles and sixes and then a large wall of beer filled coolers along the rear and right side wall. Expect to find all the Colorado locals, national micros (does that make sense?) and quality imports. I was given super service, I found a mess of stuff I was interested in and an employee/BA user even put a bottle of La Folie away for me a few weeks before my visit. Great stop to pick up all those local beers you have heard about but cannot get out side of the state.
03-02-2009 14:32:46 |
More by Billolick
quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | $$$
Made my way in here for the first time on my last trip into town. I was not blown away by any means, but still impressed with the selection here. For some reason every store around here seems to carry everything brewed in Colorado, this being no exception. This is not nearly a bad thing, as I wish I could get every local even at my house, and being in town on buisness, heck I was looking for local flavor. Anyway great selection of singles which is hard to come by around here. Saw a few of the bigger midwest brews as well as a couple from Cali. Overall this is a decent store, but itf you can only make one stop I would pass there are better out there.
11-19-2007 11:40:02 |
More by mikesgroove
quality: 5 | service: 3 | selection: 4.5 | $$
Stopped here while in town on business. Found it on BA before the trip as per procedure.
There was an outstanding selection here. Quite a few German, English, and Belgian beers (including Westmalle in 750ml, a size which I don't see too often for this beer). Also many American micro's, all available in singles (or at least most).
I was really looking for New Belgium beers while in the area, and that's basically what I bought (some of the dubbel and some of the trippel, forget the fat tire). I would have liked to find La Folie, but apparently it's only sold from the source.
With reasonable prices and great selection, I recommend a stop here to anyone in Denver or Boulder.
10-27-2005 19:28:37 |
More by TurdFurgison
quality: 4 | service: 3.5 | selection: 5 | $$
The best thing about this place was their singles selection. I found many smaller breweries here like Twisted Pine and the brewery in Castle Rock I can't think of right now... the building is an old sort of dingy place although that is not what I'm there for, really. I didn't receive much for service, but that might possibly be because the moment I walked in I walked to the beer section like a bear trying to get into a jar of honey. They might of figured I already knew just what I wanted and where to get it. While it seems you aren't going to find any more rare releases here than anywhere else, the bulk of regular releases of the smaller breweries make this stop for a traveler a MUST. My friend really likes it when I go on trips because he knows I would grab singles of everything I haven't tried (in the styles I like) and this is exactly the type of place that fits that bill.
01-08-2011 22:30:43 |
More by MilwaukeeCrusher
quality: 3.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 3.5 | $$
Visited on 4/26/09, we actually parked right along the street this was one and did not even recognize the store until we were walking back from Pearl Street, first thing I noticed when I walked in were the bottles of La Folie for nineteen bucks, had some 2007 bottles left even, I had called this place a few days before and asked if they had Woodville #21, they said they had several bottles, when I got there and did not see any, I asked and I was told they have not had those bottles for about two years, that sucked but life goes on, looked around for a while and saw sevral beer fridges with a lot of Colorado brews, what this place had other liquor stores in the area did not were a few Twisted Pine four packs, this is expected as the brewpub is right down the street, the only thing I got was some Kerberos Tripel from Flying Dog as I have never seen it anywhere else before, not a bad store at all and probably the best in Boulder, would go back
05-10-2009 21:25:35 |
More by Floydster
vibe: 2.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 5 | $$
Stopped by after a half day of hiking near Boulder.
This looks like your basic mega-liquor-mart, but happens to have a fantastic singles selection. A whole row of single beers, both 12oz and bombers. Lots of local and regional stuff. An OK European selection as well. Very impressive for an out-of-towner, with lots of Colorado and West Coast representation. An employee came over and helped me pick out a couple local options.
Overall this places isn't just focused on beer, there were a lot of people buying liquor and cases of Bud Light. But they do have a fantastic/huge selection and the employee I talked to knew his stuff. Certainly worth a stop if you're in the Denver/Boulder area.
05-05-2012 22:45:22 |
More by shivtim
quality: 3.5 | service: 3 | selection: 4 | $$
This was an old looking store, circa 1970s. It was easy to find, not far from downtown, and it did have its own parking lot. There is a big sign with specials on the external wall facing the parking lot. It is adored by Coors Light logos. Great! There is an ID carding station as you walk in. Big store, most of it was devoted to wine and liquor. I did not look around I went straight to the beer.
Because Boulder is in Colorado and Colorado has breweries Liquor Mart carries Colorado beer. Because most Colorado micros are great the selection at Liquor Mart looks great. However, they dont focus on good beer... sure it has good beer but that is simply by chance. Most of the good beer is Colorado micros. However, some were old and I couldnt trust any of the beers in the (room-temp) single section. Most of the beers in the coolers seemed okay and I took advantage of that. The imports were lacking, badly. They did offer some beer glasses at good prices. For Colorado the selection, overall, was okay plenty of CO beers but not much else.
The beer workers werent anywhere to be found. I wanted to ask them where their Belgian beer was but the employees were busy fielding moronic questions from college kids/homeless/hippie folks who just purchased the beer they knew anyway. I really was not impressed with the service here. Somebody asked about DFH 120 and they guy said it is 20% (abv) and youll get drunk. Too bad it is so expensive. He suggested on-sale 12-packs of Hazed & Infused. They skipped them too. Keystone Light was their drink of choice. I did visit here on a Saturday afternoon and the place was very busy. Still, I waited for help. I had questions. I left without them being answered.
All in all, this is a good beer source. I wasnt impressed but I wasnt disappointed either. If in Boulder there is no reason not to come here for CO beer.
07-21-2005 00:08:35 |
More by bditty187
vibe: 3 | quality: 3.5 | service: 2 | selection: 4.5 | $$$
My hotel was three blocks from this place. What a lure.
large space, deep. Old IGA feel to it. Reminds me of a modern day, beat up WalMart. I'm finding it hard to rate this place. Quality of the building, shelves, and format are less than average, but the quality of the beers they have is quite impressive. The beer section is split into three areas (actually about 4), so it was a bit tough to find anything. They have a large selection warm, 12oz single bottles, and a good price to make six packs. Their import section of single bombers is above average as well, although a bit hidden. Domestic bombers were mixed in with barley wine 6packs. Hmm. No worries. Service was bad. I at least saw people who worked there. I did see 12 packs (mixed) of twisted pine on sale. Cool.
Overall, a great stop in Boulder if you live there. If not, and are just visiting, hit the breweries first. Then if you're done with that and have time, hit the Pearl Street area. And if you still have time, go to Liquor Mart.
04-14-2007 18:32:11 |
More by Mebuzzard
quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | $$
This was my first stop in Boulder. These guys do a good job of offering Northern Colorado craft beers. Their American & Import selection is above average. I almost gave a 4.5 for selection. They had crab tree, palisade, & twisted pine, three breweries that are not always easy to find.
Service was good. The layout of the placed sucked look around or you will miss coolers of single bottles, take your time & make sure you don't miss anything
Quality & price of said beers were also pretty good. The only anomaly was the $16 bottle of 750ml flying dog bock( a bit pricey ).
This and the brewery are the only 2 places you can get the Liqour Mart 40th anniversary ale. Better stores closer to Denver, but pretty good, none the less
06-14-2008 01:17:30 |
More by russpowell
quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5 | $$
Last year I visited Denver and visited the best liquor stores I could find on this site and was largely disappointed. This year I returned to Denver and ventured up to Boulder, and Liquor Mart blew away the stores I'd seen previously in Denver in terms of selection and quality. It is a large store in the heart of Boulder, and was larger on the inside than I anticipated from the exterior. Looks like an old grocery store. Selection is good, but not awesome. There is decent sized shelf of 12 oz singles, unfortunately half of this shelf space is devoted to the same boring imports you find everywhere. Virtually all of the craft selection was CO imports, which suited me (an out-of-towner) just fine...in fact that's what I was looking for, although if this was your everyday store I could understand how you'd long for beers from other regions. The staff was friendly; a guy at a little desk asked me if I needed anything and we chatted for awhile about GABF (which I was in town for). I found 2 x six packs worth of singles and a handful of 24oz bottles to bring back to Milwaukee, so I would call it a successful trip. Huge walk-in cooler...biggest I've been in outside of a cold-storage facility I visited once.
10-16-2007 18:55:04 |
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