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$$ - reasonable
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7420 W Saginaw
phone: (517) 323-3782
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Reviews by nortmand:
quality: 4.5 | service: 2 | selection: 4 | $$
Made my first trip to Horrock's on Saturday.
What a place! Awesome grocery store with great produce, meats and specialty item. Great selection of Michigan cheeses for a very reasonable price. Their olive/italian marinated delillo bar is the best I've seen in Lansing. With few frozen foods and an emphasis on local/ rare/ whole food type products, this is what food and grocery stores should be about.
So... on to the beer. Selection is pretty good, with some rare imports and missing some common ones. Pretty decent selection of Michigan brews and macros have no shelf space and are put on the floor, where they belong. Not alot of knowledgeable employees, but as much as you's expect in a grocery store. Relativelt inexpensive, nice stop for local BA's.
10-17-2005 14:34:47 |
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vibe: 4.25 | quality: 4.25 | service: 4.25 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5 | $$
"I wish I lived closer to this place"- pretty much sums up how I feel about this place as a whole.
One of the largest if not the largest selection of craft brews in the area. Price for some products can be higher then in other spots but also I've seen stuff at very low prices.
Friendly & helpful staff, that are always interesting in having great conversions. The owner is supposed to have the biggest heart, and is know to show up with a bunch of flowers and hand them out to customers.
The food is excellent. Free & awesome coffee. They seem to be both concerned about supporting local growers while providing fine produces at a reasonable price.
05-10-2013 20:23:59 |
More by minterro
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | $$
This was a suggestion by some Lansing locals in preparation for our 4 day trip through Michigan. Pulling into the parking lot and the place was packed.
It's a grocery store that has a farmer's market feel to it.
Huge selection in the back of domestic and imported craft focusing on Michigan as a whole. Was the only store I found a four pack of Dark Horse Plead The Fifth and was a decent price ($11.99) The Double crooked tree was another 4 dollars for a four pack but well worth the extra.
Friendly staff in the beer section and at the cash. Free coffee was a definite plus especially after a 6 hour journey to Lansing than another hour to our first stop in Grand Rapids.
A must go to for everyone driving through Michigan
04-14-2012 21:27:27 |
More by korguy123
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | $$
My favorite beer store in Michigan. They do a really great job of representing MI breweries with their wide variety (Founders, Bells, Dark Horse, Dragonmead, Shorts, etc.). They also carry a lot of harder to find Stone and Sam Adams specialty beers. There isn't always an employee in the beer section, but when they are around they seem knowledgeable and friendly to help out. They sell a lot of their beer in 4 or 6 packs, but are willing to split them up and sell you any individual bottle if you just ask. It's also a gourmet grocery store and they have free coffee for you to drink while you shop around. I love this place.
01-05-2012 17:48:02 |
More by SirWalkAbout
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | $$
Lived in East Lansing for a while and used to make the 20 minute drive to Horrock's to check out what they had in stock. Great selection of MI beers and was a place that I found many beers I couldn't find at my "regular" shops, like Double Crooked Tree, Hopslam, large format Chimay bottles, etc... The prices were comparable or slightly cheaper than other stores in the area. Service is good and they'll answer any question you have and try to get beers they don't stock if you ask. I miss this place and the food market inside always had good / cheap produce.
05-11-2011 16:42:15 |
More by buffs9
quality: 2.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | $$
This place has a decent selection of Michigan, national, and some European beers. Some of the brands off of the top of my head include Shorts, Bells, Founders, Rogue, Samuel Adams, Dark Horse, Chimay, Trappistes Rochefort, Dogfish Head, Goose Island, Jolly Pumpkin, Great Divide, Victory, Stone, Anchor, etc. They tend to be one of those places in the area that gets some of the allotments of the special releases such as Founders KBS or Goose Island Bourbon County Coffee. Tim the beer manager has been pretty helpful to my friends, though I have never dealt with him on a personal basis. The one thing that concerns me is how a large portion of the beers are exposed to direct sunlight and there is only a small amount of beers in the cooler. That being said, if you know what you are looking for and want a good selection, definitely check this place out. They also make a killer pasta sauce.
06-04-2010 19:37:48 |
More by david131
quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | $$$
They have one of the better selections of beer in the area, but tend to be a bit more expensive than most other places. They sell sixers, bombers and some singles. They get a lot of the special release beers like Hopslam, all of Founders, and many others. The have a good selection of imports too. I don't come here usually to buy beer because of the price. But I come here anytime I can for the produce, it is dirt cheap, and then I usually grab some beer as I cannot resist. Overall a pretty good place.
02-26-2009 14:10:18 |
More by MasonBeerMan
quality: 4.5 | service: 5 | selection: 4.5 | $$
I had been into Horrocks before, but hadn't spent any time with their beer section. Went in today because they are the only place around here that stocks Old Style. I know, but I'm a Cubs fan. The beer section is in the back, either through the dairy section or the floral area. Lots to choose from.
The service was equisite! Talking with a guy who knows his beers and knows where they are in the store. Also, I needed a shopping basket, so an employee walked back to the front and brought one back for me.
Lots to choose from! Things that I had never seen before. Some notables in my mind were Fort Wayne Brewery, Keeweenaw Brewery, Rochefort, Avery, and lots of other Michigan beers, or crafts that I didn't know were around here.
This trip I bought a 12 pack of Old Style, Avery's Collaboration Not Litigation, and Sierra Nevada's Southern Hemisphere Hop Harvest.
Will definately go back again!
08-24-2008 03:57:48 |
More by toolbrew
quality: 5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | $$
Horrocks is one of my favorite places in the lansing area. Since I was a child, I would go with my parents and get delicious produce and other food stuffs. Since then, I have been a frequent shopper, and love stopping in to check out the beer selection. Mainly 6 packs, but a fair number of singles of various american micros and world beers.
Love the staff, love the attitudes of everyone, If only they had more room to stock more beer, they could be completely amazing.
A must go place in the lansing area if not for beer, for food in general.
05-22-2008 04:33:24 |
More by drxandy
quality: 4 | service: 3 | selection: 4 | $
Horrocks Market, I remember when it was just a produce store/garden supply, now its like a gourmet market with a great beer and wine selection on top of all the imported food and fresh produce at the best prices in town.
The beer selection is pretty good and getting bigger every time i go there. Unibrou, Founders, MBS, NHBC, Bells, Chimay, and many many more. The prices are cheap to very resonable and they recently added a single cooler so they have cold single starting around $2 each which i thought was reasonable.
the produce is very fresh and cheap, the cheese room is awesome, gourmet and ethnic food section is pretty good size.
01-13-2006 16:14:14 |
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Horrocks Farm Market in Lansing, MI