Doesn't care about local business. I live walking distance to this place, you know, my local spirits place. So I called to ask if they would price match on a single-malt scotch, they said "no". I explained K&L had the same 15.00 cheaper, not on sale, can you do any better on price?,"No". I say, you mean you would turn down a local customer rather than negotiate a better price? "We can't help you". My conclusion, screw you! It's worth the trip to Hollywood K&L Wine. Prices are better than any place near, great customer service. Check it out for yourself.
Great place for beer, and all your alcoholc needs..
The reason I came to the beverage warehouse is because it was the only place in the LA area that carried Wild Dog brewery products. Not just one, but sevral, including their Doubble Dog ( which I must say really knocks your ass off) and their 20th aniversary addition of Rageing Bitch.
Another thing that caught my eye was the good selection of Absenth products you would normaly have to go online to get.
This is a place any alcohol contrisure will think of as heaven. I will be sure to come here again.
Awesome selection, decent prices. Beverage Warehouse won't be winning any awards for decor or trendy staff anytime soon, but this place rules nonetheless. My first experience here was arriving with a French friend and a Belgian friend, and buying several hundred dollars' worth of beer to try. This was when I was first introduced to Chimay, Duval, Kwak, Lindemans, and Delirium, among much else. I've been here even for sodas; one of the best they've ever had was called Afri Cola; the only soft drink I've seen made with filtered water and cane sugar, from Germany of all places. Sadly, I have heard it's been discontinued and haven't seen it in some time. I've rented kegs and their 30-day return policy is awesome and their prices very reasonable. It's very difficult to find. When on Culver, turn east on McConnell when you see the DirecTv building. Go all the way down until you see a strip mall made up of warehouses. They're all the way in the back with a green sign and shopping carts out front. They're open to the public.
Drink in the savings and selection at this liquor superstore..
Exposed ceilings, crisscrossing pipes and concrete floor make for a stark shopping experience, but then niceties are unnecessary when stocking up for a blow-out party. Located in a complex with several other liquor distributors, Beverage Warehouse is dedicated to all things alcoholic.
What this liquor superstore lacks in ambiance it makes up for in selection, stocking over 5000 different products, including several aisles of wine and large sections devoted to vodka, whiskey, rum and tequila. The array of import and micro-brewed beer is impressive, as is the variety of non-alcoholic juices and sodas. Snack foods are also available to help offset the effects of all that alcohol. For large gatherings Beverage Warehouse offers kegs, bags of ice, and big bottles of mixers. The added bonus: an excellent variety of fine cigars.
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