Harvest Wine & Spirits
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Ratings: 13 | Reviews: 11 | Display Reviews Only:
4.48/5 rDev +8.7%
I stopped in here to stock up on bottles that I can't get in my home state of Kansas. I told the clerk (Jimmy-I think) I was from Kansas where we don't get a lot of good craft beer. Jimmy was more than excited to tell me a little about each of the beers he had in stock, and suggested quite a few really good beers. Jimmy also was kind enough to offer me a bottle of Consecctation, from his stash that he was going to purchase for himself. The service was awesome, the prices were good-nothing over priced and some things were cheaper than at the larger super store a couple of block away. The selection was great for a store if it's size.
10-30-2013 16:34:58 | More by djjolt
4.08/5 rDev -1%
Popped in here after hiking Arapaho Pass with my gf and a couple beers at Avery. Wanted to grab a few local items to bring back to SF after our extended GABF weekend.
Upon entry you're not immediately greeted with a plethora of craft beer but it doesn't take long to find your way around. Signs easily direct you to the right aisles and the selection and quality of beers available was excellent.
Being from San Francisco, it was nice to see a lot of Colorado breweries I'm not accustomed to finding back home such as Ska, Wynkoop, and Boulder Brewing, among others.
The only service we received was at the register but the cashier was friendly and we knew what we were looking for anyway.
Pricing was reasonable and for those who like variety, the mix and match 10% discount on custom six packs certainly encourages sampling.
Would certainly pop in again if I'm ever in town.
10-23-2011 23:16:58 | More by BrewerB
3.88/5 rDev -5.8%
Good prices but great people. I walk in here and always walk out with a bottle or two. The general manager here has great relationships with the distributors and she gets hints most bigger stores can't find. Their six pack and twelve pack selection isn't crazy good, they have the important items such as dfh, session, firestone and locals. Unfortuantely there arent any single bottles which is usually one of my favorite ways to trynew beers. If you are in the area stop in and say hi to these guys! Things stick around here more often than a lot of the bigger stos so if you can't find something you can always call them
10-06-2011 03:31:15 | More by DividedAvery
3.66/5 rDev -11.2%
Stopped by this store with boatshoes during a recent trip to Boulder. It's basically a large liquor store with a medium sized beer section in the back right corner. They have a few bombers and 750s at room temp. as well as six or seven coolers of singles and six packs. They had a pretty good selection of locals including Twisted Pine and Upslope as well as a bunch of other CO, domestic and imported craft. The European, most notably Belgian, selection was pretty good with a few offerings from 3 Fonteinen including Schaerbeekse Kriek! Other highlights included Russian River, Uinta, Avery and Odell.
We weren't approached by anyone while looking but the guy checking us out was pretty friendly. This was the only liquor store I visited in Boulder and it was pretty good. Not a big selection but what they had was of high quality.
06-15-2011 07:18:03 | More by corby112
3.94/5 rDev -4.4%
They didn't quite have the selection of local beers that I would like. Not a bad selections of Belgians. Only about 8 coolers of decent beer and one rack of non chilled 750s.
The guy running the cash register also works for Avery and he knew his beer decently, he recommended some barleywine for me.
I probably won't be going back and will try and find a better place since the prices weren't so great either. I got a 12 pack of Flying Dog for 12 and that was about it. I'm not a fan of Flying Dog either.
03-13-2011 00:48:51 | More by claytong
5/5 rDev +21.4%
This Boulder liquor store provides a wide selection of familiar and unique products. I used to frequent the store when I was in college, however it wasn't until returned years later on business that I discovered in their store what would become one of my favorite beers, Hacker-Pschorr Sternweisse. This is a relatively difficult beer to find, evidence of their wide selection.
The staff is friendly. It's a comfortable place to shop. If you're looking for good beer in Boulder, this is the place to go.
05-27-2010 05:50:59 | More by Wolnzach
4.7/5 rDev +14.1%
This store was recommended as the place to stop for beer by a friend of mine who lives in Boulder. I am from NC, and travel here for work on occasion.
The store is not a giant warehouse and doesn't have "two-aisles full of nothing but beer.."; with that said, however, the beer that is stocked is the "cream of the crop", so to speak. Each time I visit, I am amazed at what treasures I can find.
This trip the treasure was Peche Mortel, at about $6 a bottle. Also saw some Lost Abbey "The Angels Share" at $17 per regular sized bottle. There are some great Belgians, including a wonderful selection of sours and geuzes that I have not seen elsewhere. Breweries represented include: Cantillion, Russian River, The Bruery, Pizza Port, Lost Abbey, local Boulder breweries, Stone, Lagunitas, Dogfish Head and others.
Staff was friendly, helpful and knowledgeable. Suffice it to say that I agree with my friend; this is a must stop if you are in Boulder.
03-10-2010 15:41:22 | More by doppelmeup
4/5 rDev -2.9%
Harvest is a nice low key liquor store. It's located in a strip mall and isn't easy to spot if you're not looking for it. Inside, the store is showing some age, but that doesn't impact the quality of the beer. The owner is quite nice and his dog was camped out by the registers on my visit.
Onto the important stuff. The beer selection here is quite nice. There are quite a few obscure Belgian imports that I haven't often spotted at other stores. US craft beers don't stray far from the CO norm, but all the well known breweries are well represented. Only a handful of beers are out on the floor. Everything else is in coolers, which made me happy. The only thing lacking was a build your own six-pack option.
Regular prices here are par for the course for Boulder. The sale prices; however, are quite good.
Overall, I'm glad I stopped in here. I'll probably visit again next time I'm in Harvest's end of town.
01-24-2010 05:03:11 | More by Rayek
Harvest Wine & Spirits in Boulder, CO
91 out of 100 based on 13 ratings.