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Old 08-04-2013, 11:49 PM   #1
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Hey Guys and Gals,

I just recently moved to North Richland Hills, where are the closest and best stores to look for good beer?

Cheers and many thanks,

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Old 08-06-2013, 02:18 PM   #2
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I've heard the owner of NRH Beer and Wine will special order whatever you want.

EDIT: Market Street is another good option.



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Old 08-11-2013, 03:08 PM   #3
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I have to give Stubby's over in Haltom City a thumbs up. He has a large selection of everything on hand and can get more pretty quick. This is one of the four places I can get in DFW without needing directions.

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Old 08-12-2013, 03:02 AM   #4
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Stubby's is great. Foremans in Colleyville has everything you need to brew as well. There's also Dr Jekyll's in Pantego (Arlington). It's a home brew shop with some bottled beer too.

Kroger has an okay selection of beer and you can build your own six packs. Market Street has a very nice beer selection. Goody Goodys in Grapevine is good for beer and great for hard liquor. Specs in Ft Worth has a large selection of beer. World Market in Watauga is petty good. Nothing cold though. And if you don't want to get out of your car, The Beer Barn on 377. It's a big red barn you drive into and tell them what you want. Not the best selection, but if you're feeling lazy...

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Thanks everyone! I've already found Stubby's, it's on my way to work (dangerous!) I was looking more for bottled beer, without going too far. The Beer Barn is just a few blocks from me, but didn't look like it would have a good selection. I found the World Market as well, but again they're not cold and have been under light for who knows how long. Haven't found the Market Street, Goody Goody's or Spec's yet. There is a Total Wine and More on the opposite side of Fort Worth, but I don't want to have to drive that far. Same with World Matket, I'm 30 minutes away from 2 of them.

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Give Central Market a try, it's on I30 and Hulen street. It's maybe 10 minutes from stubbys if you don't hit traffic. They have a great selection, and you can head another 2 miles down Hulen street and find a Specs.

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Spec's on Bryant Irvin has the best beer selection I have seen in DFW. It used to be an old Tom Thumb and they converted it into a drinkers paradise. Skip the Spec's on Hulen by Central Market; it is not even close to the size of Bryant Irvin.

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Here's one you may like. Halls, Glade & 121, liquor and a good selection of cold beer.

This location is at the corner of Euless, Grapevine,.Collyville.

It looks like a gas station till you open the middle door.

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Old 09-05-2013, 09:26 PM   #9
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Total Wine on Hulen (usually gets first picks), Spec's on Bryant Irvin (about 1.5 miles from Total Wine), and Central Market are my top 3 beer stores in Fort Worth in that order. NRH I am not certain and see the posts above. As stated above, Spec's Bryant irvin is by far the biggest.

Central Market may be doing 25% off beer this month so its good to be on their mailing list. They did it last year during beer week I think.



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