Cost Plus World Market

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Ratings: 6
Reviews: 6
rAvg: 3.34
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6125 N. Division Street
Spokane, Washington, 99207
United States
phone: (509) 484-8640

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Reviews by Floydster:
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3/5  rDev n/a

I would usually say that World Markets are not very good, but that is an exception in Spokane, not many good craft brew spots in this city

Carry Stone's Arrogant Bastard Ale, some Young's, Chimay, Flying Dog Snake Dog and Old Scratch, and a bunch of different six packs you are welcome to mix and match

Not many people working at the time, but I did not have any questions anyways, took a long time in line

Only bought a chili beer while I was here, do not even remember what it was called

Go here if you live around here

More User Reviews:
Photo of bootman674
3/5  rDev n/a

Made my first trip to the World Market in Spokane yesterday. Left looking at the girlfriend saying, "why haven't you taken me here before." Pretty good selection, some of the usual stuff from New Belgium, stuff like that, plus some varieties I have only seen at the high end beer and wine shop in Post Falls. Reasonable pricing, I think I paid $1.59 per bottlefor the make your own six pack. I know I will be back again just to see what they have in stock. I enjoyed it, good selection of glassware too.

Photo of MTNboy
3.55/5  rDev n/a

It is just your run of the mill World Market chain store but when in doubt and you don't know the city World Market is always good place to stop. I travel alot but it always seems World Market is a good stop. The prices are usually fair to cheap and I have never got bad service either. Now with that being said they are usually not Beer Geeks too. This one is no different. There were some really good specials too. Most of them allow mixer sixers or have a section dedicated for that. Tere were a good selection of West Coast beers that people like me usually can not get, a great variety of seasonals as well as imports.

Photo of leedorham
3.65/5  rDev n/a

World Market has a better selection than almost all the grocery stores in town. There are many beers carried here that I hardly ever see anywhere else in town and they seem to go their own way instead of copying exactly what every other store carries. They also do 12 oz singles in almost everything they carry in six-packs. One thing to be wary of is that they have no refrigeration so I always check dates. They often have a display of whatever brand they are currently featuring at a pretty good discount.

Wine selection is decent also.

Photo of RJLarse
3.5/5  rDev n/a

The quality varied, everything from Corona, to run of the mill regional craft brews, to some pretty good ones, like Arrogant Bastard.

The service was nice. The store was uncrowded, and there were employees around, but they left me alone, which is what I like.

The selection was pretty good. They had over 120 different kinds of beer in six-packs, and about 75 different labels in singles. They even had a few 10 bottle 'themed' variety packs. The themes were holidays, NW regionals and beers of the world.

The store was a good value. The singles were $1.39 each, and the six packks were around $7.00 each, which is comperable to a grocery store price.

I was able to make a nice variety six pack of three different beers (2 bottels of each), and pick up a 22 oz bottle of Arrogant Bastard ale for around $13.00.

All in all a nice store, and they have a bunch of other stuff there too. I could take the wife in there and she would have plenty to look at while I browse the beer selection. I'd like to poke around the wine section someday too.

Photo of woemad
3.35/5  rDev n/a

Typical of most World Market stores. Beer is stored on shelves out in the open air of the store, near a much larger wine selection. I think the beer selection is actually better than the wine section, as the latter does not include the very available excellent wines of the Northwest (I like to drink local, whether beer or wine). The beer choices are better than most grocery stores, but not as good as Huckleberry's, Rocket Market or Jim's Homebrew. They do seem to make an effort to get seasonal beers in, which is nice. Their location on the Northside tends to be a little bit too far for me to want to drive, given their somewhat limited selection, but if I happen to be on the Northside anyway, it's not a bad idea to stop in.

Cost Plus World Market in Spokane, WA
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