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Discount Liquor

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Discount LiquorDiscount Liquor
BA SCORE
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world-class

136 Ratings
Ratings: 136
Reviews: 101
rAvg: 4.46
pDev: 8.97%
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5031 W Oklahoma Ave
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 53219-4545
United States
phone: (414) 545-2175

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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 woodychandler
4.5/5  rDev +0.9%

I had heard so much about this place through print ads, word of mouth, and BeerFly that I felt compelled to stop in while visiting friends in MKE back in August 2005. They have a LOT of micros at this place, ranging from WI locals like Lakefront BC and New Glarus BC to out-of-state beers as diverse as Big Sky and Dogfish Head. I neglected to aks if I could buy mixed-sixes, but only because they had enough singles that I wanted to try that I was satisfied. Their prices seemed entirely reasonable and the beers fresh. I even saw Sam Adams' Utopias 2005 for sale, which we do not get here in PA. This will be a good place to stop at again next year as I make my annual trek to the midwest. I would recommend it to any fellow beer traveller.

woodychandler, Nov 24, 2005
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 dirtylou
4.15/5  rDev -7%

I finally made it to Discount Liquor - this place gets so much publicity on this site so i detoured on my way back from downtown today.

As i weaved down roads i've never seen before through neighborhoods i don't desire to visit again, i finally arrive at the shop with the large (pictured sign).

It's nothing special on the inside - old but stock well maintained.

My review comes from the perspective of a Madison resident, not an out-of-stater. The import selection was great - tons of belgians, scandanavian, german, etc. This selection definitely exceeds anything i have seen in Wisconsin, but isn't any better than what one can find in Chicaog.

As far as American craft goes (my reason for stopping), absolutely 0 difference from Madison stores. Well, i guess that is outside of the really old NG Golden Ale/Two Women. I'm not sure how they got that beer, but there is a TON still sitting there.

There are not any Wisconsin micros available in Milwaukee that arent available in Madison to my knowledge but the opposite is not true (Lake Louie, entire Ale Asylum line). They had a lot of Stone, Three Floyds, Smuttynose, Bell's, Founders.

In conclusion, very good store. If passing through from out of state/region, definitely hit this. I don't really see the need to return personally though.

dirtylou, Nov 04, 2010
Photo of MilwaukeeCrusher
4.65/5  rDev +4.3%

I've been here many times in my travels through Milwaukee and their selection is probably second to none in the state. While turnover might be a concern in a place like this, all around I think it is ok in that regard, and sometimes they have vintages of certain beers like of New Glarus Unplugged Series. Don't let the old dingy building fool you! Prices are good and they also carry many of the high end beers of Wisconsin. If a tourist came to Wisconsin and could only go to one place for beer, this would probably it. Will go back again and have already multiple times.

MilwaukeeCrusher, Jan 13, 2011
Photo of DaPeculierDane
4.7/5  rDev +5.4%

The best beer store I’ve been to in Wisconsin. Inside this unimposing old school liquor store on Oklahoma is an aisle straight from god. All the big crafts available in the area, tons of German singles., more Belgians to try than I can afford at the moment. The Cantillion selection alone is worth a trip from Madison or Chicago. Prices are amazing. Most bottles are 15-20% cheaper than they are in the average Madison shop. I will be returning soon and regularly and will likely have a much smaller balance in my checking account because of this place.

DaPeculierDane, Apr 24, 2006
Photo of crossovert
4.8/5  rDev +7.6%

Wow, such a store.

I don't even know where to start with this place. Well, you walk in and theres a nice display of glassware all for really cheap prices, most regular glasses we 2-3$ and rarer stuff like the Kwak glass was only 10. After this quick detour I walked ahead and to the left to find more glassware and a huge display of trappist extravaganza will most bottles a dollar cheaper than anywhere else.

Then you turn to your left and it hits you, the WALL. Top to bottom, side to side just a MASSIVE aisle of almost anything you could imagine, harder to find beers like Quoellfrisch and Embrasse (to just name 2 of the many I saw), and a plethora of beers from a host of countries. They even have the bottle of syrup to go with your Berliner Weisse if your into that. And the prices are dirt cheap. Not only that but I left with a huge haul of about 30 bottles from all over and not one was even near its due date. Also FFF for 4$ cheaper on average than in IL. Just check the BeerFly list, well over 1000 brews and growing, amazing selection. They are missing a few noticable brews though, a few form La Trappe, Urthel, and others, they seem to not stock full brewery lines of the Belgian beers aside form the merciless onslaught of Cantillon, I wish they did. They also don't have St. Bernardus or Baltika beers which is really strange.

The service was top notch with an older bearded guy there to answer any question. He knew exactly when each new shipment of beer came in and was willing to stock new beers as well. A really nice guy, and he was constantly filling shelves because people just kept coming in and buying huge supplies of beer and alcohol which he would immediately restock.

It's too hard to explain the aura of this place, just go there.

Update 11-7-09 saw NG R&D, snatched up the last bottle.
Update 5-6-10 saw NG Two Women, bottles still available
Update 7-7-10 they have at least 20 new beers incl. Revelation Cat, Edelweiss, Lost Abbey, Sünner, and more.

crossovert, Jul 23, 2009
Photo of beerwolf77
4.18/5  rDev -6.3%

I work about five minutes from this place so I stop here at least once a week. I suppose I should add my opinion of the this beer mecca.

First off it's not exactly a looker from the outside(or once your in for that matter) After passing through the doors take look to your right and prepare to drool. A double sided isle of beer that seems to go on forever. The isle is capped in front by a feature shelf with singles and other special brews they are pushing at that moment. The left side starts with the largest array of foreign crafts I've ever laid eyes on. This slowly blends into US craft beers from all over the country. On the right is the local Illinois and Michigan shelves. Just about anything you could ask for from any of these states. The back wall is about half cold craft and half BMC.

The service seems decent although I've never really asked for help. The one drawback to the place is all the delivery guys running around the place. Everytime I'm in there they have at least three or four guys with dolley pushing beer through the tight isles. It can be a nut house on Fridays.

Overall the prices are unbeatable and selction is phenominal. I'm so glad it's just a short drive from my shop.

beerwolf77, Dec 29, 2009
Photo of Beerandraiderfan
4.44/5  rDev -0.4%

An immense liquor store, inside what looks like it was formerly a small grocery store.

The best collection of Euro beers I've ever seen, which unfortunately, is not my general interest level, but this store has helped me expand my horizons more than a few times.

A couple of guys are real knowledeable there, the rest of them seem a little lost. Selection of Midwest beers is excellent, the fact they usually have Bigfoot Ale year round is a testament to their diversity. Love this place, just wish it was a little closer to Milwaukee's East Side.

Beerandraiderfan, Dec 28, 2009
Photo of Goldorak
3.5/5  rDev -21.5%

Hourray for business trips. It gives me the opportunity to visit strange and exotic liquor stores! Unfortunately for me, seems like every Beer bar was closed on the Sunday night I visited. However I was saved when I found a Italian restaurant that had 3Floyds and New Glarus on draft.

At least Discount Liquor was open on the Monday afternoon after I ducked out from my meeting. My boss who came along for the ride was teasing me with "We drove past about 20 liquor stores, why this one?". Selection was my only answer, and it sure didn't dissapoint.

Plenty of imports, locals, and a relatively new category, hybrids (like the Mikkeller/3Floyds, the Pizza Port/De Proef collaboration Beers, among others).

Local micros were well represented, tons of New Glarus (Iced Barley Wine? Interesting...) and Sprecher. Nice imports that we don't see too often on the east coast as well.

Service gets a knock because they refused to let me split a sixer. The place looked clean enough for this kind of establishment. Nice glassware selection as well.

Price/value is a bit hard to set. Yeah, I paid 25$ for a Cantillon, but the local stuff wasn't too expensive.

Goldorak, Feb 24, 2009
Photo of bditty187
4/5  rDev -10.3%

I was informed that Discount Liquor is not a glamorous store. That information was correct. I noticed the large red sign a few blocks away and as I drove into the parking lot I was wondering what was going on here. The building is not in pristine condition and the windows were littered with advertising for B/M/C and malternatives. It looked a bit run down. I visited Saturday afternoon, Labor Day Weekend, and the place was jumping. As I walked to the door many people passed me with loaded carts of macro beer. More worry crept into my mind.

As I entered the door I glanced around. It was very busy. Tight aisles. Cluttered. I stepped to the right, into a little offshoot to look at the glassware department. Nice selection and then I looked at the prices. There were very inexpensive. This prompted me to find the craft beer.

Score! Not the largest selection of beer I’ve seen but it is nothing to sneeze at. There were many quality beers. The vast majority of the goods are stored at room temperature. Imports were heavy on German beers. There was also a large amount of Eastern European and Russian beers. The Belgium selection wasn’t large but there was plenty of quality stuff. Of course English Ales were to be had as well. Domestics included Rogue, DFH, Bear Republic, Great Lakes, and Allagash not to mention the slew of WI beers. New Glarus, Lakefront, Sprecher, Tyranena, LogJam, etc… There were plenty of brands to select from but what I really liked about this store is the wide variety of styles. There was everything from Gose to Gueuze and from Adjunct Lagers to Zwickel beers. This fact alone really endured me to this place. I’ve been to many great liquor stores (with much better help, appearance, etc…) but I would LOVE to have this store around the corner from my house. It would be awesome to be able to pair foods with all of the beer styles here.

Service was lacking… it was busy so make note of that. However, the lady at the checkout was rude and unhelpful. I’ve never been to a store and had to box my own beer as I unloaded the rest from the cart. And it wasn’t like I only had a few bottles!

All in all, this is a kick ass place for beer. Recommended.

bditty187, Sep 07, 2004
Photo of zeff80
4.35/5  rDev -2.5%

Short story - this is a really good beer store. As someone from several states away, there were too many options for me to choose from. It has a very lengthy aisle of singles, 22's, 750's and 500ml brews from Europe. They've got most of the local Wisconsin breweries covered plus loads of other regional beers. Then they have beer from Weyerbacher, Stone, Victory and others from the East & West coast. The quality is good. Every beer I've opened so far has been fresh and tasty. The service was pretty good. There were constantly people taking inventory. If I had a question they were they to help. My only complaint is that I wish they had more 12oz singles to put into a mixer sixer. Overall, it's a great store that is worth a visit even if it is a little out of your way.

zeff80, Jan 08, 2010
Photo of TX-Badger
4.75/5  rDev +6.5%

TX-Badger, Jun 10, 2014
Photo of mynie
4.8/5  rDev +7.6%

An adorable little building in a dirty district of Milwaukee. Traffic getting here from the North Suberbs wasn't bad at all, even for mid evening on a Saturday. Big neon sign, pastel colors, letting you know you are in for quite the liquor buying experience.

The atmosphere is excellent. I love the slightly-dirty feel. It's worn in, friendly. No prentensions. Not the processed, mass marketed feel of the chain liquor stores.

TONS of beer. Aside from John's Grocery in Iowa City, they had the biggest Belgian selection of any store I have ever been to. Tons of micros, including a lot of stuff you can't find in Chicago. Rare 3 floyds, New Glarus, Smutynose, Founders, Ommegag, Victory, Great Lakes, and many, many more. I had no trouble filling up a cart--I only wish I had brought more money!

The staff was great. My out-of-state ID was no problem, (unlike the Chicagoland Binny's and Cardinal chains, both of which will never again see my business, because of their retarded practice of refusing all out of state IDs), the clerks were joking and in high spirits.

I'm putting this down as Single Dollar Sign-Level inexpensive. It might just be the price difference between the Iowa/Illinois market and here was markedly inexpensive. About 1-2 dollars less per six pack/bomber.

Easily the best beer-buying experience I've ever had. This place is worth making a trip to.

mynie, Mar 14, 2006
Photo of MarcatGSB
3.9/5  rDev -12.6%

Stopped in recently en route to FoBAB '11.

I was delighted to find a good selection of Mikkeller, Struise, Alaskan Brewing Company...the list goes on.

Yes most of the craft selection is kept on shelves, not a problem for me. They have a great New Glarus selection, as they always have at least four different varieties from the Unplugged Series.

The place was very hectic, many people doing their after work Friday booze shopping, but I wasn't looking for any kind of service, so I was happy not to be bothered, and just let me look.

I will make it a point to stop every time when in the area.

MarcatGSB, Nov 18, 2011
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 TheRealPour
4.5/5  rDev +0.9%

TheRealPour, Oct 30, 2013
Photo of joe1510
4.47/5  rDev +0.2%

Discount Liquor, this place is a gem. A fairly large store, well worn, and heavily used. Each and every time I set foot in Discount I'm like a kid in a candy store.

Scandinavia and Belgium are heavily represented with a lot of tough to find bottles. Half of one long aisle is all American craft, mostly bombers and 750s while the opposite aisle is full of sixers and random bombers/singles. The New Glarus is always stacked up at aisle end with case upon case and in the cooler. The Thumbprint Series usually goes back three or four releases and Wisconsin beer is very well represented. The people stocking shelves are usually pretty busy but more than happy to answer any questions or grab something from the back if not on the shelf.

Directly to the right upon entering is a little nook with glassware. There's always something new with any style to suit your needs all at good prices.

I never pass up Discount when taking a trip to Milwaukee. I suggest you do the same.

joe1510, Aug 20, 2013
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 BeerFMAndy
4.65/5  rDev +4.3%

I finally made my way out to Discount Liquor last weekend with bnieman to pick up a ton of stuff for his Dad, see the place, and buy some good beer. Despite the rather run-down location and building, it holds quite an awesome selection of brews.

Right inside the doors to the right is a little side room that's filled with glassware and other bar supplies. I found the glassware to be a little bit pricey based on what you can find elsewhere. For example; Tripel Karmeliet tulip for $8. Ray's carries it for $5.

The beer was reasonably priced though. Singles (12 ozers) were in a good range starting at $1.49 a bottle which is good. All the other stuff was priced well too.

The selection was pretty darn awesome but focused on heavily on Belgian beer and other European imports as opposed to American craft. That's not to say their American craft selection is poor, just underwhelmed in comparison.

Serivce at Discount was perfect. Half way through our shopping experience we started talking to "The Beer Goddess" as she is refered to. She was checking stock of bottles and helped us run through everything new they had, what they were getting in, and pricing on kegs. Very nice.

The only downfall to this place is location (a bit far from me) and the fact it was totally packed there. With lots of people pusing shopping carts in the isles, it's a bit of a pain to look.

Overall it's a fantastic beer store I'd love to visit when I'm in the area or need to find new stuff.

BeerFMAndy, Jan 28, 2010
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 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 AleWatcher
4.35/5  rDev -2.5%

Amazing store.

That sums it up nicely.

This is one of those stores that I could shop at every week. The prices are good, the selection is great.
Tons of singles to pickup.

Lots of beer we don't get in IL... Whenever I'm in the area, I will shop at this place. If you want New Glarus, you can go nearly anywhere in the state-- but this store has nearly every beer I could name, including several Unplugged beers that I didn't expect to find.

The employees were all very friendly and knowledgeable, although to be honest, I usually don't ask many questions...

Check bottle dates if possible-- I did notice some Oskar Blues stuff that was stamped last Feb...

AleWatcher, Jan 22, 2011
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 Alpar
4.75/5  rDev +6.5%

Alpar, Aug 08, 2014
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Discount Liquor in Milwaukee, WI
98 out of 100 based on 136 ratings.