Pat's Liquor Leaf & Wine
Ratings: 5 | Reviews: 5 | Display Reviews Only:
Reviews by AdamBear:
3.65/5 rDev +6.4%
This is the store closest to where my gf lives so i visit it a lot.
The selection is actually quite impressive. There are a few rows of beers. the german selection is sub-par however the belgian selection isn't too bad. most of the beers are craft beers. they have a large selection of the most common beers from each of the major and local craft brewers; however, the limited editions are much more rare to this store, tho they can be found on occasion.
the store is very close to UCF...so the common visitor is not too bright on beer. I feel somehow this rubs off on the staff...they're very friendly but i feel their suggestions are very poor. they flat out don't understand beer....to them it seems the weaker the beer, the better. i'm not basing this on one experience, but several. of course this doesn't take away from the fact they have an awesome selection.
10-05-2010 04:34:28 | More by AdamBear
More User Reviews:
3.85/5 rDev +12.2%
Pats just recently expanded and so did their selection. They have alot more micro and crafts in the back and the prices are very reasonable. I went in last week and picked up a couple different stones and rogues. the staff was very willing to help me and seemed to know what they were talking about. This place is right across the street from ucf so they do have alot of college beers (natty and bud) up front but the selection in the back makes up for it. This may become my new go to place instead of total wine
10-08-2010 21:16:26 | More by vdub954
3.45/5 rDev +0.6%
The selection is awesome for a little liquor store right by UCF and the people that work there are always wiling to give their unfiltered opinion on what they think about certain drinks
I have found that a good deal of the beer they have is expired. Not that beer really expires but a year past the "best by" date is ridiculous so keep an eye out for that when you're there.
Nice shelf of the big bottles, a little collection of imports and a whole mess of domestics, in the fridge and on the shelves.
BEST PART IS you can buy individual beers, feels like a mini Total Wine.
11-22-2009 23:40:56 | More by Berticus
2.65/5 rDev -22.7%
Probably one of the best selections in Oviedo. Located right across the street from the University of Central Florida. Unibroue, Great Divide, The Shipyard, Flying Dog, etc. They have a couple hundred different beers, but nothing hard to get. Their selection is rather typical but they don't get anything special or outstanding. Their selection appears to hit more of the college crowd, i.e. AB, Coors, Pabst, etc, are their staples here. If you are looking for a quick sixer or a couple bombers hit them up. They do have a bar next door that I wouldn't recommend hitting up for any beer...they have tons, but most of it isn't chilled and I wouldn't really want to hit up their draft system.
10-31-2007 00:28:26 | More by paulthebeerguru
3.55/5 rDev +3.5%
This place is a nice go to for both craft brew and nice imports. They seem to be big on Colorado and N.E. breweries. Nice selection of Belgiums like Leffe and Grimberger. Unibroue also represented.
They have a large 20 foot cooler full of nice beer, and an additional warm shelf, also about 20 feet long. All very well lighted and clean. Of course, wide selection of wine and other spirits.
I also want to mention that they have another sister shop just 3 miles down on Alafaya Trail - same name and the address is 4250 Alafaya Tr (in another shopping mail) along the road.
The staff is the same in both locations its bored college kids that WILL NOT get off their asses for any service, youre on your own. Oh well, I know what I wanted and the prices were decent.
07-31-2007 14:43:02 | More by Vancer
Pat's Liquor Leaf & Wine in Oviedo, FL
- out of 100 based on 5 ratings.