It's a nice new store; very good, beer-focused liquor store, moderate prices, and super nice owners -- which is somewhat rare in the business. The owners flatly refuse to hold a rare beer for you when it comes in. First-come, first-served is the only policy. My problem with this is, I have a job. I can't chase rare beers around Chicago, going to each store within 20 minutes of when it's on the shelf. I depend on shop owners and employees who know I'm a "regular", and will put aside for me ONE bottle, ONE four-pack -- never a case, I'm not greedy -- when something hard to get rolls in. Again, the owners of Bottles and Cans won't do that. They will post on social media, and if you can make it in, you win. I would buy most of my beer here and spend more money than I would spend at Mariano's or Jewel, to support them -- if they would look out for me. But they won't. So, my question: Is there any reason to bother with this store, when others at the same price point will look out for me with the rare releases because they know my name?