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Trixie's Liquor

Not Rated.
Trixie's LiquorTrixie's Liquor
BA SCORE
91
outstanding

11 Ratings
Ratings: 11
Reviews: 4
rAvg: 4.13
pDev: 12.83%
[ Store ]

2929 E Washington Ave
Madison, Wisconsin, 53704-5142
United States
phone: (608) 442-5347

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(Place added by: HopHeadHurls on 06-09-2011)
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3.58/5  rDev -13.3%

August 2012:

Stopped by here on the way out of town to pick up some New Glarus for a friend. They didn't have Hometown Blonde that a friend wanted, so I went down the street and picked it up at Woodmans. Didn't seem like they had many seasonals. I'd be wary of high reviews from one-day accounts... Obvious shills.

05-07-2012 3.94/5

A cool and wacky orange neon vintage sign and large empty parking lot made it hard to miss this store. The east side area was slightly sketchy, but this store seemed ok. Inside it was carpeted and wood paneled, with vintage framed beer-themed decorations up above the door and along the walls.

Counter clerk was friendly and mentioned Madison Craft Beer Week, and allowed us to buy singles instead of a full mixed six.

Selection was good, all the local staples like Ale Asylum, Lake Louie, New Glarus, O'So, Tyranena, and more. Midwest stuff like Founders, Three Floyds, MKE Brewing, Bells, etc. Imports like Chimay, Duchesse, and Rochefort. Weird malt liquors like Axe Head (Black Cherry even). About half the selection of Steve's or Woodmans nearby.

A New Glarus display up front showcased weizen glass flutes, and towards the back were a few other shelves of glasses including Two Hearted pints and Duvel Parra tulips.
Management is receptive to feedback, and will special order if you ask.

Not a major destination, just a convenient alternative to Woodmans on the east side of town.

emerge077, Aug 17, 2012
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4.5/5  rDev +9%

A group of friends and I trekked through WI on our annual Man Trip this year. We decided we needed some provisions and stopped off at Trixies while we were in Madison. They had an awesome selection of WI finest brews and a knowledgeable staff that was able to answer any question we had which is pretty impressive given the "beer snobs" that I hang out with.

We actually stopped there on our way back to Iowa too because the selection was so good. I definitely recommend you check this place out and say hi to the gang. You won't be disappointed!

Bgraet, Aug 17, 2012
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4.64/5  rDev +12.3%

Trixie's Liquor is a great place. We were able to visit Trixie's just recently on the eleventh annual Man Trip. We found the selection to be great, but most important, the service was first rate. The gentlemen at the counter were able to talk in real beer language, and were able to steer us towards beer that we had not had before. The prices were very competitive and we walked out with information and brew we needed for the game in Milwaukee. If you're in the Madison area, this is a must stop!

trpj, Jun 16, 2012
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Trixie's Liquor in Madison, WI
91 out of 100 based on 11 ratings.