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Discount Liquor

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BA SCORE
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world-class

139 Ratings
Ratings: 139
Reviews: 101
rAvg: 4.46
pDev: 8.97%
[ Store ]

5031 W Oklahoma Ave
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 53219-4545
United States
phone: (414) 545-2175

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Photo of pphunkdelux
5/5  rDev +12.1%

This place is like heaven. They have everything. Whenever I'm looking for a beer I can pretty much assume they have it. If not, they'll try to find it. Everything is priced very reasonably. This is the place most Milwaukeans go to stock up for a party. Kegs a plenty and service that can't be matched. .a medium sized grocery store that is filled with nothing but alcohol. That's what this place is. About 10 isles of booze and a back wall of coolers filled with 6 packs of different beers from all over. The service is great too. They have people that will bring the kegs and ice right to your car.

pphunkdelux, Feb 13, 2009
Photo of bornondate
4.35/5  rDev -2.5%

This was my second visit to this store, the last time was during Summerfest or "I got drunkfest". A very nice selection of harder to find Belgium 750's, and the store seemed to be well stock with some of the beers only found in WI as well as DFH, Founders, FFF just to mention a few. Service was friendly and helpful. A jewel in the rough, (not the most welcoming exterior or area) but my mind was made up as soon as I got in the door, a must stop if your in the area. I'll be in the summer to spend more than I should.

bornondate, Jan 31, 2009
Photo of kmeves
4.15/5  rDev -7%

This place has everything you are looking for and then some. New Glarus (both belgian red and raspberry tart were in stock), Tyranena, Dark Horse, Dogfish head (including some vintage world wide stout and 120 minute IPA), Central Waters, Goose Island (had fresh and vintage Matilda, Imperial IPA, and Bourbon County Stout). They had a slew of imports from Mikeller, Cantillon, Struisse, and Olfabrikken. I asked for some help and the staff was very friendly and went out of their way to help me get a a beer I was looking for. Not the nicest looking place, but it sure does have everything you'll be looking for. This used to be my local liquor store if you can believe it. I haven't found a store anywhere else with as wide of a selection AND discount prices. Stop by, you won't leave disapointed.

kmeves, Jan 16, 2009
Photo of ThirstyBird
4.5/5  rDev +0.9%

I stopped by on a recent visit to Milwaukee for Christmas. I had read great things and was not disappointed! As other have mentioned it's not new or slick but it's what's inside that counts! They have great stuff inside! I wasn't really planning on bringing beer back on the plane but my plans quickly changed.

They had a great selection - New Glarus, Bells, Goose Island, Sprecher, SA, Capital, Founders, Dark Horse, Avery, DFH, New Holland, lot's of limited series, a pretty good German selection and a great Belgian selection. Next time I visit the bro' I will make sure to come back.

I had trouble getting help initially but once another customer stopped yacking to the help a nice woman helped point out highlights which I proceeded to grab.

ThirstyBird, Dec 28, 2008
Photo of htomsirveaux
4.5/5  rDev +0.9%

Great selection, reasonable prices, help when you need it. What more can you ask for?

Don't let the rough exterior fool you, there are some great beers waiting inside. But do keep an eye on your cart, as it may inadvertently roll off when you're not looking.

They carry a great selection of Wisconsin beers such as New Glarus, Tyranena, Capital, Lakefront, etc. A very good regional selection too including FFF, Founders and New Holland. Saw many imports for the first time, like Mikkeller (Beer Geek Breakfast!), Hitachino and Cantillon.

The only problem was that I had to limit my purchases to what I could bring back on the plane... If I lived in Milwaukee I'd be here every week.

htomsirveaux, Nov 13, 2008
Photo of vkrazzy
4.85/5  rDev +8.7%

What can I say that hasn't been said already, if you live in Milwaukee and the surrounding area and don't know of this place I suggest you stop in. They always seem to have the newest and hardest to find beers. THE REPUTATION IS DEFFINATLY WARRANTED FOR SURE!!

Huge selection whether it's 4 packs, 6 pack, 750ml, domestic, import, whatever they have it. Was one of the first places in Milwaukee to sell Founders beer. They have a huge selection of both beer, and hard liquor, One of these best in Wisconsin, if not the best enough to say.

Price is what makes this place stand out, I have yet to be disappointed, they always seem to be the lowest in town, I've even been there when they have had brewery's giving out tastings, which is always an added bonus to this reviewer.

What else can I say except stop in for sure!!

vkrazzy, Nov 02, 2008
Photo of emerge077
4.58/5  rDev +2.7%

Discount is just an amazing place, full of wonderment of all things beer. I've been coming here for over 3 years now, and still get that "kid in the candy store" feeling. They have the widest selection in WI to my knowledge.

On a saturday afternoon, the place was buzzing, with alot of traffic in the beer aisle. Marie the beer goddess was there fielding questions for customers, and another helpful staff person got a case from the back for me. Near the coolers there was a dedicated New Glarus shelf, with singles of seasonals and the unplugged series. There was an island of assorted Weyerbacher and Tyranena BGW series beers, and other assorted limited items. This is where you can find almost every WI made bottled craft beer, minus LL and Viking. Rush River, Furthermore, Central Waters, Capital, the list goes on and on. A cool little cache of limited singles sits on the corner shelf, in the middle of the aisle, opposite a small rack of glasses. The little glassware alcove near the entrance is also fun to look through.

Import selection is just massive, and recently they put in a new shelf high above the Belgian section, looked like they would be expanding. Tons of Germans and Belgians, also Italian and Danish, and obscure labels from just about everywhere else. About 6 Cantillons are front and center...I heard a lady remark "$27 for one beer?!?" about St. Lamvinus, that can run almost $40 in Chicago. Prices are great, and they make an effort to offer some singles, though there's no mixed 6-packs. Checkout is generally friendly and they put your beer in a box for you.

They are open 9am-9pm, which are pretty flexible hours (except Sunday, they close at 2!).

emerge077, Oct 27, 2008
Photo of younger35
5/5  rDev +12.1%

Let me start by saying this is the best beer store I've ever been in. Bottleworks in Seattle rocked hard, discount rocked a smidge harder! It's a very unassuming looking liquor store that you'd never guess had a world class beer selection.
I originally had my cart filled to the brim with random deliciousness until the girlfriend came in the store and interjected with some common sense. Needless to say, I still spent WAY too much. Central Waters, New Glarus, Tyranena and some other Wisconsin only goodies were my first order of priority. After that I snagged some Dark Horse and Allagash tastiness that I've yet to see in my area. Basically any brewery with any sort of distribution is here. They have plenty of cellared goodies as well that are very reasonably priced. I specifically remember seeing a couple different years of World Wide Stout and Old Stock. They have plenty of goodies from across the pond as well. At least 8 different kinds of Cantillon (snagged a couple bottles of St Lamvinus), plenty of Fantôme and a bunch of other random European stuff that is probably delicious beyond belief and out of my scope of knowledge.
Although I never specifically asked for any assistance, the guys stocking the shelves were very friendly. They greeted me and were generally nice dudes. Although the store was a bit cluttery when I was there, it was because they were stocking shelves and the rest of the isles were tidy. Highly recommend this place. I may make the drive weekly just to pay my respects.

younger35, Aug 01, 2008
Photo of yogurt
4.5/5  rDev +0.9%

Hands down the best selection of beer in Milwaukee; and, as far as I know, the best in Wisconsin! Basically, most any beer available in the state will be on the shelves or at their fingertips.

Don't let the bigness of Discount fool you into thinking that the employees are non-existent! The employees are always readily available to answer any beer- related question that you might think of. Everyone is very approachable and friendly (and as unpretentious as the building itself). No matter how busy it may be, I have always found that the employees can help me out with whatever I need. However, if you're the type that likes to wait for someone to ask if you need help, you might be disappointed.

This no- frills approach is also reflected in the prices of the beer. They not only have the best selection in Milwaukee, but also the best prices. Case in point- I just had my brother pick up Rouge's Brew 10,000 (thanks again, Patrick). Price: 20 dollars!

With it's blue- collar atmosphere combined with a world- class selection of beers, Discount Liquor in Milwaukee is a jewel in the crown of Wisconsin's beer culture!

yogurt, Jun 11, 2008
Photo of sholland119
4.85/5  rDev +8.7%

Stopped here while doing some beer hunting on a business trip to WI.

This place rocks. A very long aisle and a couple of end caps filled with great selections. The selection starts at Europe and works its way to American beers. And what an awesome selection it is.

I "only" picked up stuff that I could not get at home. Like Dreadnaught (!), Goose Island Imperial IPA, Great Lakes Blackout Stout, New Glarus Unplugged Hefe, BR Pete Brown Tribute, FFF 10th Anniversary. Pretty awesome if you are from PA.

The beer guy was smart and knowledgeable, and always around to answer my annoying beer geek questions.

I'd shop here all the time, if only the place were 850 miles closer...and had the same selection.

I forgot originally to mention another cool thing. There was a cart of discounted, not so fresh beer. We sometimes struggle with this in PA (Hi, Shangy's!) so it was nice to see someone addressing this honestly.

HV

sholland119, May 06, 2008
Photo of Homerbag
4.3/5  rDev -3.6%

This place is very south side. Down the road from the famous Serb Hall fish frys, this is what a old school south side Milwaukee establishment is.

From the looks of the place, there is nothing impressive, refreshingly stuck in time. Some what hard to get into if you don't know the area. Once inside, things become impressive. The length and selection are worth any local or visting beer geek to check out. Too many names and variety to list. If you want it, it will probably be there if it is sold in Wisconsin. Some stuff like Three Floyds can be found on the shelf even though they dont distribute up here any more. There was help in the beer isle, the only place that mattered to me, very knowledgable and nice. The check out people where fast and freindly also.

The prices where as good as anywhere as well. This is a place you have to check out. The single selection is a bit lacking as is the local brewery finds, but everything else is the best in the area.

Between Three Cellers sinlge selcetion and the rare finds here, it is good to be a beer geek in the Milwaukee area.

Homerbag, Feb 03, 2008
Photo of ahalloin
4.65/5  rDev +4.3%

I stopped in this place on a whim to find Leine's Big Eddie Russian Imperial Stout. I was pleasantly surprised to find, quite possibly the finest and most varied selection of bottle singles in the state....maybe the entire midwest!!

They had an aisle that was probably 50 to 60 feet long with singles on both sides! It was unbelievable. They even had Dogfish Head World Wide Stout vintages back to 2004. And the prices seemed extremely reasonable.

If you are looking for a specific beer in the Milwaukee area, I would definitely go here first.

ahalloin, Jan 27, 2008
Photo of GRPunk
3.85/5  rDev -13.7%

I stopped here with my host on a recent trip to Milwaukee.

The store looks a little shady from the outside, but I was quite pleased once in stepped foot in.

There were a lot of good Wisconsin, regional, and imported beers available. There were many beers (both locals and imports) I can't get in MI. I was a little disappointed at the lack of singles. I was hoping to make a mixed six-pack of beers that I couldn't get in Michigan and ended up having to buy a couple of regular sixers and some bombers.

As service goes, I didn't really get any help finding anything, nor was I approached by any employees. However, everybody was very pleasant when I was checking out.

Pricing was great compared to Michigan standards. Though I think beer tends to be a little cheaper on the WI side of Lake Michigan.

This will be a definite stop the next time I'm in town.

GRPunk, Sep 30, 2007
Photo of brdc
3.85/5  rDev -13.7%

This is a very ugly place, but I don't go there for its looks...
Service is very polite and courteous, but most of them seem to know close to nothing about beer. I heard a lot of things about Mary, but did not have the luck to find her there.
Selection is pretty good, although I could not find a few of the things I was looking for (I am very picky, and am always looking for ridiculously hard to find stuff).
It still has a nice selection of belgians, although lacking St Bernardus. A good selection of locals, missing only Lake Louie's of importance. All in all, one of the best places around.

brdc, Sep 12, 2007
Photo of nchrist13
4.7/5  rDev +5.4%

less a liquor store and more an encyclopedia of beer. what else is there to say about the place? many positives and very few negatives. let's get the negatives out of the way.

there isn't that much in the way of american singles. if it comes in a sixer, you're probably gonna have to buy it in a sixer. same for a 4 pack. but there are so many bombers that this isn't as big a problem as it seems. this place basically sets the lower limit for beer prices in this state (which is cheaper than any state that touches it, mn, il, ia and mi), so it's pretty easy to forget about them not offering singles.

another negative is that service is basically spotty. the beer buyer, maria(?), is a beer genius, so if you see a chick in the beer isle with short brown hair don't hesitate to ask. but from anyone else you're not likely to get much.

positives: ridiculous selection. tons of imports, more belgians than you know what to do with, and all way too affordable. you will end up dropping much more than you wanted to and you will go home with a gigantic grin. german, belgian, english, american, they're all represented well. and as previously mentioned they will basically set the low price.

if you're on a budget, don't go here. it will destroy it. also, full line of cantillon. you gotta like that.

nchrist13, Aug 14, 2007
Photo of aforbes10
4.05/5  rDev -9.2%

We stopped here on a recent trip up to Northern WI. Greeted by a large double aisle of RT beers, right side mostly WI and other US, left side imports and US beers from further afield. Some singles, lots of hard to find things. Very impressive selection of everything, excellent prices too. Some cool and inexpensive pint glasses from a number of breweries. I picked up lots of singles of stuff (Tyranena Brewers Gone Wild Series, NG Unplugged series, Capital Vintage Ale, Sprecher African series, etc), intending to stop again on the way home but then we decided to skip it due to not wanting to get off the highway. No matter, i'll be up there again.

aforbes10, Jun 11, 2007
Photo of blitz134
4.35/5  rDev -2.5%

Stopped by on a recent visit to visit the gf. She knows of my beer fanaticism and I requested to go here after being picked up from the airport.

This is a dumpy looking store, although it is a fairly good size. It has a pretty long aisle of beer that is probably 60 ft long with beer on both sides. Craft takes up about 65% of it. Then there is some cold storage at the back wall.

Lots of American Micros here. 3 floyds, new holland, two brothers, tyranena, new glarus, capital, lake front, sprecher small release stuff, bell's, dark horse, founders are most of the locals/regional. Lots of limited release items. I'm not sure what their turn over rate is there but there are some beers still on the shelves that might have a year on them, although all the ones I saw were higher alcohol, limited release offerings that will hold up well. So much stuff that I can't get in Atlanta. The Belgian lineup was a disappointment though as my gf likes Belgian stuff. No where near what I can get at my local (albeit, superb) shop in the ATL.

I dont remember if someone came up to ask me if I needed anything. Maybe once. Cashiers seem young and some of the other complaints about them don't seem improbable, although none of them happened on my visit.

I thought the prices were pretty good as well as I quickly bought up 50 dollars worth of stuff and could have easily dropped 6 times that...seriously...

blitz134, Jun 08, 2007
Photo of
4.65/5  rDev +4.3%

You would drive right by this place -- and it would definately be your loss!!! Inside, a long aisle full of everything you could want. Aisles are narrow, and it isn't the cleanest place, but all of that is unimportant because you are here for the beer!!

Quality was fine. Not much dust, except on some vintage bottles. Seasonals were appropriate. The two beers I drank when I got home were just fine.

Service was very good. I asked one guy if they had a particular beer and he didn't know, so he got a second guy -- he didn't know, so they went and got their buyer to give me a final answer. That type of attention to detail works for me. Hats off to Marie - hope I got the spelling right.

Selection - WOW! Founders, Dark Horse, New Glarus, Bells, Goose Island, Sprecher, SA, Capital, Belgians galore, Avery, DFH, New Holland, big German selection. Very impressive. I bought a case and a half, and wanted more! Damn luggage restrictions...

Value - I rated it as reasonable, but it was probably more like a dollar sign and a half. Prices were very good, I thought.

Overall, very impressed. I will be in Chicago again on business in a couple of weeks, and I am thinking about going back to buy more. If you want some of the best of what the mid-west/Great Lakes area has to offer, this is a great place to stop.

, May 25, 2007
Photo of botham
4.1/5  rDev -8.1%

Discount is a great place to buy beer, wine and spirits. Visited this fine establishment for the first time today, and i was blown away by the depth of the selections. Great in all departments.

The staff here is quick to answer questions or lend a helping hand at finding a brew. They seem to love beer (or at least the two employees i asked did).

Imports: Phenomenal selection. It's like being a kid in a candy store. Many brews from brewers that i hadn't heard of before (And they have my Samuel Smith Oatmeal Stout in four-packs. I'm in heaven!). I spent a good twenty minutes just browsing and taking in all the bottles.

Microbrews: Great selection. All the Goose Island, New Glarus, Sprecher and others from around the country that one could want. Could use more singles in this section, but oh well. Wonderful selection of Samuel Adams. I found some Sam Adams Triple Bock bottles here as well (hasn't been brewed sincle 1997), and i had to pick up a couple.

Macrobrews: Pushed to the back of the store in the coolers. Lots of twelve-packs. Lots of free glassware with purchases of twelve-packs.

Glassware: The prices are higher than Ray's in Wauwautosa, but the depth of the stock here is impressive. many types and styles of different glassware. They have boots, over-sized snifters and many obscure brands represented. Many must buys for glassware fanatics.

botham, May 20, 2007
Photo of logansboat15
4.85/5  rDev +8.7%

I've been shopping at Discount for about seven years. The staff has always been excellent, so it baffles me to read other reviews bemoaning the lack of knowledgable service. I suggest that when fellow Beer Advocates visit Discount, they seek out the assistance of beer manager Marie Gruska. She keeps up-to-date on all of the latest beer selections and industry news.

Perhaps some of the young cashiers were asked their opinion on various issues relating to availability or selection. It's always been my impression that these employees were there to handle the high volume of traffic at the register, rather than to field questions from beer geeks.

Discount Liquor is the ultimate beer store for my friends visiting from Illinois and Michigan. When in Milwaukee, check out the amazing selection.

logansboat15, May 08, 2007
Photo of robbyc1
4.35/5  rDev -2.5%

My first trip here, and for a Chicagoan, wow the depth here is fabulous. The local stuff, New Glarus, Tyrania, etc. OK but that can be had elsewhere. Here I saw no NG unpluggeds, but found everythings else - Every special Goose Island out there, 8 or so different DogFish Head beers, many of Sam Adam's, great singles of Bear Republic, Smuttynose, complete selection of Ommegang and Allagash, not to mention Unubrue, plus other great micros. Their micro section rivals any Chicago store for depth as well as pricing.

As for Belgians, wow all the usual suspects plus a full range of what you might see at Hop Leaf in Chicago, many standards (Kwak, Duvel, Orval, and my favorite De Dolle) but also a great selection of lambics, like at least 8 different offerings from Cantillon, plus Boon, Lindemans, etc.

I'm torn though, since I'm in the Chicago area, and can get my fix of WI and MI beers at Timers, and depend on local stores for my Belgians, I may not make it here often, but when I need that special bottle of Oude Kriek I'll be here again.

robbyc1, Apr 17, 2007
Photo of Chaz
5/5  rDev +12.1%

I first heard about Discount through a couple guys I know from Summit Brewing, who made a special trip here after pouring at the Great Taste of the Midwest in 1998. After their visit, I heard nothing but praise for the place, how it was “better than Sam’s” and “worth the round trip just to shop!” I finally had a chance to check it out myself a couple of years later, while visiting friends in Milwaukee. In fact, after taking the Lakefront tour (and a stop at Wolski’s) I was actually able to compare the two, as we made a trip to *both* retailers that weekend. I’d shopped at Sam’s a dozen times by that point, but Discount was indeed a notch above Sam’s, but not for the obvious reasons (quality over quantity, etc). Instead, I saw in Discount a family owned business that just happened
to do a great job of serving their neighborhood and surrounding communities, not the gargantuan “circus of booze” that Sam’s had become. And just like Sam’s, Discount started with a single unit location and grew slowly, but the signs of change were less visible at Discount: it still had that old neighborhood “lived-in” feel to it; some folks call this “dirty” rather than lived-in, but it’s exactly the sort of vibe I got out of the first big liquor store I visited as a kid. It’s a feeling that I more or less cherish, it’s hard to describe I guess. And while Discount may *look* stuck in time they’ve definitely kept up with the times, always offering a plentiful stock of classic craft brews and imports along with the latest buzz brands and Big Imports. In fact, I still have the Czechvar mug that came with a 12-pack at the time of the rollout in Milwaukee.

Although I’m not a big wine or spirits drinker, I have always looked at Discount's pricing on these categories out of professional curiosity, having been employed at the retail and wholesale levels. Fact is, if I lived in Milwaukee, this would be my primary location for purchasing all of my adult beverage needs: their prices are very good and the selection is well-placed and extensive.

I’ve always appreciated their beer glassware selection, too. It’s a bit dusty and tucked out of the way, but it’s chock full of items to round out your collection of functioning, collectible, and gift-able pieces.

As for beer brands? Oscar Blues, Fish Tale, and Pannepot were all new to me on my last visit, but I was on a tight budget: finally got to try a bottle of Niksicko!

No food to speak of, unless pork rinds, peanuts, and chips, are your thing. If they managed to incorporate a good deli on-site, this place would be a very hard place to pass up: somehow, someday . . . I can see it happening.

I’ve visited Discount about half a dozen times in as many years, but have interacted with staff over the telephone on several occasions. Once to arrange a special purchase for myself, and twice to arrange purchases for customers in Minneapolis (the latter make for a long story : ) But no matter whether it was in person or over the phone, I have never felt any type of irritation, pressure, or condescension from their staff, instead being rather impressed by their cordiality and professionalism. At the risk of sounding contrary to many of the other reviewers, I have also experienced knowledgeable assistance when I needed it, and warm hospitality*. This is exactly the sort of thing I’ve experienced in only a few of the better beverage retailers, including Sam’s.

If you love your beer and love your adventure, Discount Liquor is well worth the trip, and is among my favorite retailers. *Ask to use their restroom . . . it’s also like a trip to the center of the earth, at the end of a maze of cases in their warehouse / basement. Wow!

Chaz, Feb 01, 2007
Photo of BeerBelcher
4.5/5  rDev +0.9%

I go to Discount several times a month. It has the best variety in the Milwaukee area. I've seen some comparisons in other reviews to Murray's in Silver Spring. The business models for the stores are a bit different:

- Discount is variety-centric. They cater to beer fans by offering a vast selection at reasonable prices.
- Murray's in Whitefish Bay is more service oriented. Their selection is not as big, but it has never been crowded when I've visited.

So, if you want to go and wander through a great selection of beer, go to Discount. If you need a recommendation, get to Murrays. Think of it as the difference between big university and small liberal arts college (the latter offers more individual attention).

All that being said, I feel that the help at Discount is great, if you seek it out. A friend of mine is obsessed with "Mary the beer goddess" who is quite knowledgable about beer and (just as important) what is in-stock and about to be in-stock. This store does get quite crowded in the after-work timeframe, but multiple registers are staffed during this period, and you can still get in and out fairly quickly. Prices are generally reasonable; I don't ever walk out of there feeling like I got ripped off.

Discount is in an older south Milwaukee neighborhood, and also serves a role as a neighborhood liquor store. So while, from what I've seen, they sell a lot of liquor, wine, and mainstream beer, they also seem seriously dedicated to catering to craft/import beer fans. To that end, they sponsor the "Beer Barons of Milwaukee" beer festival in May at the Serb Hall next store...which is a nice way to kick off a summer of beer drinking.

BeerBelcher, Oct 18, 2006
Photo of jimischenk
4.4/5  rDev -1.3%

Discount has far and away the best selection of beer in Milwaukee and possibly the best in the state. Despite the opinions of many of the other reviewers, I have always found the service to be excellent. Although the checkers do not have the faintest clue about what products are being sold, they are more than careful in packing your bombers and sixers. There are several workers who are true beer and liquor afficianados who are more than happy to help you find something or just talk shop. The secret is to go during the day when the shelves are being stocked, not at night when they are being emptied.

jimischenk, Jul 20, 2006
Photo of nflmvp
3.5/5  rDev -21.5%

I stopped in to Discount on Thursday morning, July 13th. From the outside, I was skeptical as to whether this place would live up to the buzz I'd heard about it.

Upon entering the building, I found an aging store in serious need of some updating but beyond that, I was very pleased with the selection.

Pricing seemed to be all over the board with some items being priced below average and others being priced well above what I'd expect.

I was able to come up with about 2 and 1/2 cases of sixers and bombers but when I asked about case pricing, I was informed that case pricing only applied to full cases of the same product. I've never run into this before and I was more than a little disappointed. I dropped over $100 and I can't get a discount but a guy who only buys a case of Oberon is going to get a discount. Seems a little strange and because of it, I'm not going to be as likely to search them out again.

I don't get to Milwaukee that often but in the future, I'll make my way over to Murray's Wine where my business seemed to be so much more appreciated.

nflmvp, Jul 17, 2006
Discount Liquor in Milwaukee, WI
99 out of 100 based on 139 ratings.