Lone Hill Liquors
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Reviews by Floydster:
4.85/5 rDev +4.1%
Stopped here last night on my back to the Inland Empire from Los Angeles, right next to a Stater Bros. in a big shopping center, walked in and was greeted my a guy named Stan who knew a good amount about beer, told me he has been managing the store for well over two years now, talked to him for close to thirty minutes, he ended going into the back and selling me his last bottle of Ommegeddon after telling him how I wanted to try it, that was the only thing I bought at $12.99, he threw in a free Firestone Union Jack which was cool because I have not been able to try that one yet, beware of the one dollar credit card fee per transaction, not a big deal but people should know if that kind of thing upsets them, big selection with several east coast goodies, some of the brews I remember seeing were Mikkeller Big Worse, Pannepot Old Fisherman's Ale for $6.99, Dogfish Head 60 and 90 Minute IPA, Midas Touch for $6.99, and Golden Era, Three Floyds Alpha King, Behemoth for $23.99, Pride & Joy, and Robert the Bruce, tons of Rogue, Marins, Moylans, Ballast Point, Alesmith, Green Flash, Beer Valley, and Stone, also Great Lakes, Goose Island, Lost Abbey, Founders, and Allagash, prices were a little steep but the fact that those beers are available on the west coast is worth every penny, would not be able to taste have of them otherwise, 3 liter bottle of 10th Anniversary Stone Double IPA was one hundred dollars and the Double Bastard was sixty bucks, selection was very close to Walnut Liquorette, maybe slightly bigger but almost identical products, service could not have been any better, will probably grab some vintages of Bigfoot that he had in the back next time I stop in, will definitely go here again soon, high quality brews that cannot be found at many other places in Southern California, very glad I stopped by, only about forty-five minutes from my apartment
03-20-2008 22:44:30 | More by Floydster
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3.9/5 rDev -16.3%
Second stop of the LA area day, right after stopping at Hollingshead's so it had some big shoes to live up to. Upon entering I was left wondering if I was in the right spot. All of the beer is located in the cold fridges on the right side of the store. Spirits are mostly behind the counter and wine is in the middle, they outnumber beer approximately 3:1. Atmosphere was decent. I could feel the guy behind the counters eyes follow me around the store which was a little off putting. Service was much the same, he never once asked if I needed help and my only interaction with him was brief and to the point. Quality was pretty solid. I didn't notice anything our of date so no problems there. Selection was good but nothing amazing. Plenty of national and international brands mixed with the normal regional ones, nothing overly rare or anything like that. Prices were typical for the area. Overall a decent bottle shop but I wouldn't go out of my way to visit it again.
02-12-2014 05:52:37 | More by orangesol
Lone Hill Liquors in Glendora, CA
100 out of 100 based on 85 ratings.