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Parti-Pak Liquors

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BA SCORE
96
world-class

59 Ratings
Ratings: 59
Reviews: 45
rAvg: 4.34
pDev: n/a
[ Store, Homebrew Store ]

2633 E Stop 11 Rd
Indianapolis, Indiana, 46227-8810
United States
phone: (317) 889-7452

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Photo of rhoadsrage
4.15/5  rDev -4.4%

This place has a pretty unassuming façade with the big signs on the billboard and roof only reading “Discount liquor” It wasn’t until we were walking into the store that we saw Parti-Pak behind a few parked cars. As you walk in directly to your right is a wrap around wall of cooler doors and then a wall of singles marked with BA and RB hangtags most of them in the high 90s. The first isle of warm beer was literally about 12 inches wide and the other rows varied from 24-30 inches wide. I had to back out of most rows to let other past. The rows were stacked as tall as the arm could reach. Everything in the store is sold in singles but most of it isn’t marked unless there is a hang tag but about 25% of the beers.

They have a big selection of local beers aswellas lots of American beers with a smaller number of Belgian, British and German beers further back. I even picked up a bottle of Jadwiga Polish mead aged for 25 yrs in oak. They had lots of one-off beers that I haven’t seen in a while including stone 06.06.06 and Ommegedon. Some of the bottles looked pretty dusty on the high shelves so I avoided some of the more finicky styles. I still spent more than I have spent at any liquor store, which required two trips to the car. It could use some improvements in storage and labeling but this is the best beer selection I have ever seen.

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Photo of W9820
4.08/5  rDev -6%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5

I've been to this store many times. From the outside, it looks like a typical liquor store but the inside tells a different story! While cluttered and difficult to navigate, the store boasts one of the largest selections of craft beers I've seen. The staff is very knowledgeable and quite helpful. They're great about taking your personal information and contacting you if/when a particular beer you've been searching for arrives in their store. They also offer beer and wine tasting sessions throughout the year.

Photo of jeremiahoden
4.83/5  rDev +11.3%
vibe: 4.25 | quality: 4.75 | service: 5 | selection: 5

Thanks to the best craft beer store in Indianapolis. Bob was able to get me my # 1 want and another amazing brew as well. I wish I was much closer to this place. Im on the north side of indy and Party pak is on the south. Visit this place if your in Indy!

Photo of tsauce2
4.18/5  rDev -3.7%
vibe: 3 | quality: 4.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 5

A: A regular liquor store, nothing fancy about the atmosphere. Spacing is a little tight to manueveur through.

Q: Stock is rotated regularly. Everyting I have bought from this location is of excellent quality.

S: Very friendly staff at opening, which is the only time I go. The owner and his wife are very friendly and personable, the owner and his sons are knowledgable and pretty well informed as to what is coming in to distribution.

S: Selection if AMAZING! Widest selection in town. They usually have most of the smaller release stuff. The selection of foreign beers is staggering. Coolers line 1/4 of the store in addition to room-temp product on the shelves. Very nice liquor and nice wine selection.

F: This location does not serve food, but munchies are available for purchase.

V: Price is a bit more than other locations, but this is a family business, the owner is a cool guy, and they have awesome selection, so I don't mind. Their prices are still very fair. I shop at this location once a week and will continue to do so.

Photo of PorterForMe
4.19/5  rDev -3.5%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 5

The atmosphere is essentially that you are walking into a beer hoarder's shed. Organization is lacking and there is nothing fancy about the place, but who cares?! We're looking for some good brew. On the whole quality is pretty good. My only criticism is that their inventory is so large that some of their beers have become expired and they have failed to replace them. The staff seems to be generally knowledgeable and they were willing to start a FCBS list for me over 2 months before the release date. The selection is the most diverse that I have encountered in the area. Huge selection of American offerings with many specialty and a few rare releases. There is a sizable foreign stock as well which I have yet to delve into... If want brews you can't find anywhere else in Indiana, go here, but you may have to 'dig' to find the gems.

Photo of racens
4.54/5  rDev +4.6%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 5 | service: 4 | selection: 5

Probably my most frequented bottle shop in the Indy area, and definitely the widest selection I've seen anywhere near here. Always a huge range of choices and they get their hands on all the releases you'd expect them to in the area. Service is variable. Most of the time, they'll have at least one knowledgeable beer person working, but there have been times when that wasn't the case. The only reason the atmosphere lacks a bit is because it's in a bit of a shady area of town, so you can imagine there's a wide variety of visitors with varying levels of caring about the quality of the beer (or whether its beer at all) that they're buying. Overall, I love this place if nothing else than for its selection and being able to count on them to hold a bottle of the next special release for you. Definitely worth a visit if you're in the area.

Photo of cosmonick
4.21/5  rDev -3%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 5

Today was my first trip to Parti-Pak and I was very impressed. While the store is cramped with narrow isles because it's so full of beer... the store is crammed full of beer! They have an incredibly wide variety of beer from all over the world that borders on overwhelming. It's one of those stores where I'll need to set a dollar limit before I enter because I could easily get carried away. The staff continually offers their assistance and the prices are fair.

One thing that I found odd was a stash of beer behind the counter that is basically just for display / lusting after.

Overall, I was impressed and I will definitely return.

Photo of jisom123
3.38/5  rDev -22.1%
vibe: 2.5 | quality: 3.5 | service: 2 | selection: 5

Widest variety of beer in Indiana. Not the highest quality, but they say "yes" to every beer the distributors offer.

I get the feeling that the owner orders the beer, loves beer and is never there. His Daughter and her son work the counter. Both are nice. The rest of the employees are slightly helpful.
This place is next door to a check cashing place.
Slightly whiskey Tango, but they're got everything.
GOOD LUCK finding a price tag on anything. Just get a cart, fill it up and take it to the counter and say, "give the price for each one of these please."
Thats what I have to do. They expect it.

Photo of Badbobx
4.4/5  rDev +1.4%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 5

I read a review of this store on BA and today was able to get over there. It is about a half hour drive from my house so it is a little bit of a trip. I was amazed by the selection. I Crooked Tree DIPS, New Holland -The Poet, Avery - The Beast, and Stone Russian Imperial Stout.
I only shopped the American craft beers. The selection was impressive. The foreign beers were very strong and well represented.
The organization of the store is a little confusing. The clerk understood my questions and made a couple of good suggestions.
I will definately go back to this store.

Photo of mdvatab
4.58/5  rDev +5.5%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 5 | selection: 4.5

I visited Parti-Pak on my day off on my 2nd stop of 5 of Indy's best bottle shops, and was not let down. The outside of the store looks like a ghetto packaged liquor shop, complete w/ check cashing/payday loan shop next door. A sign on the outside caught my eye, which said something to the effect of, "Largest specialty beer selection. If it's available in the state, you'll find it here.". "Allright, it's on," I thought as I walked through the doors.
The store has a pretty packed feel to it. Lots of shelves filled w/ LOTS of beer! Left side of the store is wines/spirits, middle shelves and back coolers are domestic macros & FMB's. The right side is beer heaven. The selection at Parti-Pak appeared to be even slightly better than Kahn's on Keystone. Right perimeter of the store is cold bottle storage. Fantastic selection of brews in the coolers. Running perpendicular to the right (north) wall are 5 or 6 full double aisles of craft 6 packs & bombers, and import 6 packs and single bottles. Some items are priced in the same ballpark as other stores in town. Other items are slightly cheaper. A friendly store clerk in his 20s was quick to ask if I needed help, and was able to tell me whether they had some specific brews I was looking for, and when others might be coming in.
Again, I was truly impressed w/ the selection, and the friendliness of the staff. The store is a good 30-45 min. drive for me, but I'll most definitely be back!

Photo of Luckytiki
4.22/5  rDev -2.8%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 3 | selection: 5

Visited on 5/16/2011

A: Area doesn't seem like the best area in Indy and you wouldn't think this place had the best selection of beer by looking at the storefront. But we're not here for aesthetics, we're here for beer right? As you walk in you're greeted by a wall of beer and you immediately forget the outside world...

It's a bit difficult looking for things, because it is cramped- My girlfriend said "don't back up" several times when I was trying to get a look at the lower shelves. Everything is sorted by brewery, which I normally prefer, but it does make it hard when you're looking for a certain style that you're new to.

Sel: Easily the best selection I've seen around. Lots of local, Rogue, Stone, Breck, Great Divide, Avery, etc etc etc. The best part is that not only do they have a lot of breweries, but they have a lot of variety with each one- not just 2-3 or offerings per. Great offerings in american and import, 6pks and 22oz+, and I like the idea that you can purchase 12oz singles. I spent most of my time looking at the shelves, but they have a cold section as well, but I'm not sure what the difference is in selection. I would've liked to have seen a better selection of FFF, but that's going to be a tough get anywhere.

Q: I didn't see any issues with dust that have been mentioned before, but because there's so much stuff I would worry about turnover and shelf life. I would limit myself to things I know I can drink right away or store for a bit.

Serv: This is the one thing that disappointed me. I wasn't approached at any point and when I asked for help the person behind the counter admitted they knew nothing about beer. This was frustrating, because I was looking to try a sour, but couldn't find anything easily. This is equivalent to being asked to climb Mt. Everest alone, not really, but you get the idea.

Another thing that irked me was the display of several FFF behind the counter "not for sale" because it's the owner's personal collection of "retired" items- But I'm sure what they really mean is: "Give us a high enough offer and we'll sell them" Most of the FFF I saw up there I've had recently, so it is available, just not easily obtained.

$$$: They were overpriced on some things, but honestly I'm happy to pay 20% more just because they have it. Once again the single bottle pricing is fair and is a bonus.

O: I can't see myself going anywhere else now that I know this place is here. I'm hoping that they have people there that know about beer next time I go. It's a bit of a drive for me, but worth it.

Photo of cwcolby74
4.51/5  rDev +3.9%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 5

I visited this place a bit by accident, as I was looking for one of the Crown Liquors that's not too far away. I just decided to stop in on a lark, and I'm glad I did.

Tremendous selection. Almost without parallel, certainly on the southside. The coolers are stocked full, and the shelves are huge, almost as tall as they are wide. Tons of variety. The aisleways are very narrow, which makes browsing a bit of a challenge. But it's worth it.

Perhaps the highlight is the individual pricing on each bottle. You can take a bottle from any six-pack in the store and pair it with anything else to make a mixer. The manager, a nice, honest guy, agreed to charge me a regular six-pack price when I asked if I could combine two beers from three six-packs from the same brewery.

Highly recommended.

Photo of MilwaukeeCrusher
4.85/5  rDev +11.8%

I pretty much gave up on other places in my beer search when I stopped here. Mega points for their singles selection (everything there I think was available in single form), about a half to half ratio for beer in coolers and on floor, and the range of selection was as good or probably better I had seen anywhere else in Indiana. Worker seemed to know beer, and approached me, but I think it was evident I knew what I was looking for. Prices were reasonably consistent with other prices in the area. I would definitely go back if I was in the area and probably will eventually soon.

Photo of JamesS
4.8/5  rDev +10.6%

Great place! I can see why it's rated so highly. This is the best selection of beer I've ever seen in Indiana. Great Indiana brew selections and more Scots/Irish/English brews than I've seen anywhere outside of D.C.

Tons of other country and state brews as well.

Great thing is that you can pick up a single of just about anything you want to try, and the prices are generally listed for singles/sixers/cases on the same tag.

Service was great, the young man helping me explained where everything was. Check-out guy was friendly and courteous, too.

Wonderful place!

Photo of cnally
4.15/5  rDev -4.4%

Parti-Pak. So unclearly marked from the outside, you have to squint to see Parti-Pak painted on the building. It's not on the sign. But, you'll know you are at the right place when you see the giant Miller High Life soldier mural painted on the wall.

The selection is the mostest. The literal most. They seem to have more than Kahn's selection, seriously. For an Indiana beer store, it was a staggering and overwhelming experience. The shelves reach seven or eight feet high, three feet apart from each other. You are smothered with bottles of beer.

And what can you find? Literally everything that is available from distributors in this wonderful state. However, for all the crazy random beers I've never seen, I have three concerns:

1) They didn't stock the most obvious of beers. For example, Dogfish 90 Minute--nope. Upland Wheat--nope. Wait, seriously?!? Not like I would get Upland Wheat, but here in the home state you would think they would have one of the local's favorite micros.

2) Dust on a ton of bottles, calling into question how quickly they turn over bottles.

3) No resident beer geek. No one knew anything about beer when I was there.

Also, guess your price! There's no prices on the bottles, which means you shouldn't give a shit about anything until you get footed with the bill, which I think I got a mild about of beer for a hefty bill.

I will go back, and I will be sure to not care how much I spend. Usually I don't, so I shouldn't have a problem.

Photo of claaark13
4.15/5  rDev -4.4%

Q: This store looks a little run-down from the outside, and its not exactly tidy on the inside. The prices are jumbled or non-existent on the shelving. Could use a little more space, but that's only because they carry almost anything that Indiana gets.

Svc: Not really a problem here, but the workers didn't know exactly what was up about the beers when I was there. I think the owner must know what he's doing because there is a wall behind the counter FILLED with some hard to finds and vintages that aren't for sale. Pretty impressive shelf. The place was also busy as hell with people just buying ciggs or 40oz bottles from the fridge, so I can't dock the Service too much considering they took care of me both times I was there between 5/10 and 7/10. I also hear that the owner is a beer buff, which is a given considering the selection.

S: J.W. Lees Vintage? Pick your year. Any of the De Dolle selections? Check. Indiana beers? Check. Just about everything you can think of? Check. I found a lot of things that I hadn't found before period or hadn't found in a long time. Overall, the selection is nothing short of wonderful. I'd say its the best selection in Indiana, hands down. Good luck finding a better selection within 200 miles...or more? The issue here, though, is that I am pretty sure that some of these beers are a little too old and have been exposed to some light. There are arguably more beers in this store than there is shelving. That tends to be an issue if you are looking for a lager at 5.5% abv and the only ones available have 1/4" of dust on them. However, you still are going to find some beers that you're looking for that will hold up over time. I will say that, in the Indianapolis area, this store probably has the best selection. I've kept this at a 4.5 instead of a 5 because I'm less than convinced that a lot of the lower alcohol stuff is fresh....which isn't great considering the pricing. Aside from that, these guys get just about anything that is distributed to Indiana.

V: Prices are too high, no question. As a matter of fact, that is the ONLY reason that drive the 30 minutes to get here. Way too high. I mean $12 for a bottle of La Chouffe or Tripel Karmeliet? No way. But $13 for a Weihenstephaner Hefeweissbier 3pk w/Glass? I've found it for $10 everywhere else in Indiana and Kentucky. I guess this just goes for their singles, because I wasn't there for any of the 6pk/12pk beers. I would double check the pricing at the register though unless you just don't care.

If you're coming to Indiana and are within 20-30 minutes of this store, check it out. If there is something specifically that you can't find PERIOD, call them first. If it is something typical that you can't get in your home state, look elsewhere before you make the trek down here because it will likely save you a few dollars. I will say that, in the Indianapolis area and maybe the state, this store probably has the best selection.

Photo of awhipker
4.65/5  rDev +7.1%

I've lived in Indianapolis for 7 years, knew of this liquor store, but never visited until I read a review of it on BA. Like others, I never visited because, frankly, from the outside it looks like a shit hole, but boy was I wrong.

On the window in small gold lettering it says largest selection of craft beers in the city, or something to that nature. I would say that is pretty accurate and the only other place comparable, at least that I've found is Kahn's.

The beer is on the right and other alcohols are to the left. The first 3 or so rows of beers are dedicated to craft 6 packs, which can be bought as singles or as a sick pack. Being able to buy beers individually is what makes this place! There are 2 rows of Bombers and then another 3 or so rows of imports from Belgium, UK, and Germany. As a new drinker of craft brews I was pretty overwhelmed by amount of products they had: 3 Floyds, Left Hand, Boulevard, Great Divide, Oaken Barrel, New Holland, Stone, Rogue, etc, the list goes on. As far as the import selection I was completely lost so other than there being a large selction I can't comment on it. One thing I did notice was that there were a lot of dusty bottles which could indicate some beer is past it date.

The service was pretty good and the guys that I've talked to were loaded with beer knowledge.One thing I haven't seen mentioned was that they will give you an in store credit if you buy a beer that is skunked.They are getting better with pricing. Most of the microbrews have a BA tag on the shelves that lists prices by the bottle, 6 pack, and case. As mentioned before the Bombers and imports are lacking in pricing so you need to go to the cashier to see how much they are. I'd say that most prices are pretty fair but some things can be more expensive. Most singles are around $1.79 to $3.00, but go higher for higher ABV beers.Bombers are all over the place depending on what you get. I got a 2008 3F Behemoth for $17.99 and a 10.10.10 Vertical Epic for $10.99. I've been there twice, spent around $70 total (you can easily spend much more), and am happy with the quality and amount of beer I got.

Though it could possibly break the bank I will be a frequent visitor to this store and if you are in Indy it is a must visit.

Photo of Dogbrick
4.15/5  rDev -4.4%

Visited during an Indy trip in March 2010. Parti-Pak is located on the south side of the city in the Southport area on Stop 11 Road. There is a small private lot out front.

The place is honestly not much to look at from the outside. It resembles any number of convenience stores you pass without a thought that there may be a good beer selection inside. Thank goodness for websites that tell you about places like this!

The inside is somewhat spacious with the beer selection taking up the right portion of the store. There are small shopping carts near the entrance which is handy. The beer is stocked on shelves in several aisles, with a cooler running along the wall. The beers are segmented generally by geography, with a solid selection of brews from Indiana and the Midwest. Brewers like Three Floyds, Oaken Barrel, Barley Island, Mad Anthony and Shoreline are represented, plus many other domestic micro breweries like Stone, Rogue etc. Pretty substantial selection of imports from Belgium, Germany, the UK etc as well. Pretty much everything in 6-packs is available to purchase in singles which is great. They also had a couple "Not For Sale" Beers behind the counter.

Service was fine on our visit. We were asked if we needed help and were treated kindly at check out.

Overall this is definitely the type of place I would make sure to hit on a visit to Indy.

Photo of mynie
3.25/5  rDev -25.1%
vibe: 3 | quality: 2.5 | service: 3 | selection: 4.5

EDIT:
I'm a' keep giving props to the selection, but good god is this place awful when it comes to stocking and selling stale beer. I've been here twice, and each time I've bought at least one bottle of a beer that hasn't been produced in over two years. They rub out and tear off expiry dates, too.

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If you were to ask me about this neighborhood, how it was, I'd think for a second and say "it's quaint." Only I'd say so with a look on my face that made you know that by quaint I meant kinda dodgy, only not in a way that was dangerous so much as it was just unpleasantly weird. A guy wearing a really nice pair of shoes and slacks asked me for a dollar when I went in. He wasn't homeless, obviously. Just wanted a dollar.

All the beers can be bought in singles. That's wonderful. Most of the domestic are really reasonably priced, too, but only a handful are kept cold.

This is the widest range of Belgians I've seen in this state. It's actually the only range of Belgians I've seen in this state. Not as big as John's or Discount Liquors in Milwaukee, but probably the biggest I've ever seen after those two. The thing is, though, that *none* of the Belgians are priced! You have to take each one up to the counter to see how much it costs, and then their computer system is run on an old Coleco ADAM, I guess, so it takes them a full minute to find each price. So fuck. Don't shop there if you're on any kind of budget, I guess.

There was a good selection of domestic rares and one-off's, and like I said the Belgian selection was good, if flawed. The staff was kind of surly, but I guess that's excusable since the Belgian dilemma is an even bigger pain for them than it is for the customers.

Photo of pwoods
4/5  rDev -7.8%

This place is pretty cool and worth taking your time at. There is a very large selection of beers here and tons of imports and some things you won't find elsewhere in town. Just about anything available in the area will be found here, and some not. The quality score should be a bit higher as they seriously bring it here, especially with the Belgians, but there's so much old stuff on shelves that it makes you worry about what is good and what's not. The place has definitely been picked through since I've first visited, so there aren't really any gems left to be found, so the old beer isn't as cool as it used to be. The service was just about average as the clerk only knew a bit about the selection. A bit pricier than I would have liked.

Photo of fiver29
4.65/5  rDev +7.1%

I had the opportunity to check this place out while in Indy. Looks can be deceiving. Inside there is a nice selection of regionals, locals, and a couple hard to find brews.

Beer was organized appropriately by domestic and import. There was a nice selection of brews in the coolers as well.

I met a couple BA'ers there and popped a few with their beer guy (kstrickler) and enjoyed some excellent company, time, and brews as well. He hasn't been working there that long, but is changing the place in a good way. I'd highly recommend hitting him up before going to Indy if you will be in town to sample some good stuff.

Overall a great place, they have a new great beer guy, and I'd highly recommend.

Photo of robwestcott
4.15/5  rDev -4.4%

was refered recently to parti-pak by the guy that runs crown south when i was looking for KBS. great selection, nice folks behind the counter, lots of cold bottles. biggest gripe, nothing is priced - you gotta ask about the price for nearly every bottle and 6-pack other than bud. second biggest gripe, prices are significantly higher than crown in indy and both big red and sahara mart in bloomington.

couple examples:

bomber of great divide old ruffian - 9.99 at parti-pak -- 6.99 at sahara mart

flip top litre of 2008 breckenridge christmas ale - 17.99 at parti-pak and 9.99 at kahn's on keystone.

i'll continue to stop at parti-pak, but likely will only buy bottles that i have been unable to locate elsewhere.

Photo of emerge077
4.15/5  rDev -4.4%

2010 revisit:
Some changes and improvements since I last visited, the shelves have been cleaned up, organized, with plenty of stock (less forgotten gems though). BA Kstrickler was pouring some Upland Tripel, and mentioned a homebrew shop going in next door sometime in the future. He was very helpful, and definitely a kindred spirit to beer geeks. My one & only gripe is that there are no prices marked, you have to take everything up to the register.

10-06-2008
Kid in a candy store factor = high. You walk in this dumpy store, from the outside it doesn't look like much, but once inside, there are towering beer shelves on the right-hand side. Endcap of single bottles seemingly at random, with faded empties of KBS and Breakfast...like an april fools joke, labeled "out of stock". Look at the first coolers, ok, typical stuff, but walk down the aisles...just an astounding amount of beer.

Everything can be bought as singles, which is a major plus to the selection. Dig deeper and you may find things elusive elsewhere. Belgian selection overall wasn't completely exhaustive, but it was obscure and eclectic, which counts for alot. Damn dusty though...spotted a lone paper towel roll on the shelf. Good intentions... Tons of midwest craft, only thing I couldn't find was Thirsty Dog Siberian and Leghumper. Some random Pilsner from Back Road, but nothing else from that line. I'm sure the obscure stuff doesn't move here, but it sure is interesting to see. Tons of UK, German, Italian, Euro imports.

Nobody in the beer aisle, but the checkout lady asked 2-3 times if we found everything ok. There were some problems ringing up obscure stuff, that were eventually worked out, and a decent beer box was scrounged up on request. For some reason the register we were at was cash only, but they offered to take credit at the next register, but after I had unloaded all the bottles. Also my Brugge White was rung up as Brugel White Rum for $9.99...wth? So service was ok overall, definitely nice, but not the most smooth running of operation. Check it out for the oddities if nothing else.

Photo of brundo4
4.3/5  rDev -0.9%

This place, IMO, is by far your best bet for an Indianapolis beer store. The selection is larger than any other. There must be 4-5 whole racks of bombers and singles. 2-3 of sixers, and more coolers than anywhere else. There Belgian/World aisles are out of control and they have many beers I have never even seen before and aren't listed on this site. The products aren't priced (yet) but they're working on it. This is a destination store, where easily one might drop 100+ if one isn't careful. Tons of vintage goodies, crazy good deals on magnums. Everyone that works there is super nice. They also have all the macros, wine and spirits, but their craft is definitely the anchor.

Photo of cueball52
4/5  rDev -7.8%

I visited this place while in Indi over the weekend after reading about it here.

In my humble opinion this place is off the charts! I have been to my share of beer stores but nothing with the variety and rarity that I found here.

As far as service goes the girl at the counter was very friendly but mainly left you alone to check things out on your own. I didn't have any questions and she didn't ask any.

They have a great selection of 6 packs and bombers in both domestics and imports. Although I am sure some of the brews were past their "freshness dates" I was simply amazed at the variety on the shelves.

They had what I'm used to from Stone, Founders, Bells, Sierra Nevada, etc. but also things you don't normally see (at least in Ohio)from Colorado, Oregon, California, etc. The same is true of the imports. They have high powered brews from the late 1990's to the present that you won't see in most places you visit.

If you are in Indi you need to check this place out. I don't think you will be disappointed.

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