Where To Buy Wine, Liquor, & Beer In Spokane

Best liquor stores Spokane wine beer bars near you

We appreciate you taking the time to read this blog about where to buy wine, liquor, and beer in Spokane. Our local alcohol guide will attempt to cover the subject in as much depth as possible.

We’ll start with a list of the best liquor stores and wine shops near you. Anyone who wants to buy a bottle of vodka, tequila, wine, or a case of beer will get their information quickly so they can go get what they desire soon.

Following that we’ll look into the top breweries and beer bars near you before sharing a list of excellent wine bars. Wineries and vineyards in your area will be mentioned, and we’ll finish up by discussing some of the greatest local happy hours where you can get cheap alcoholic drinks after work.

An alcohol map for your area will be shared near the end that has all of the establishments we’ve mentioned linked to it. Posts on wine, liquor, and beer for cities around the region can be looked through at this link if interested.

Best Liquor Stores & Wine Shops In Spokane

You will be able to buy a case of beer, a bottle of vodka, tequila, or wine, or just about any other alcoholic beverage at one of the best Spokane liquor stores and wine shops:

Egger’s South Hill is a local liquor store has a large selection of spirits, wines, beer, mixers, and more. From its beginnings in 1995 Vino has been the happy center of continuous activity from ferreting out the best wines they can find, scheduling unique classes and dinners, hosting Friday and Saturday tastings, building more bins for new Wine of the Month Club members, and helping non-profit groups with fundraisers.

Total Wine and More is America’s Wine Superstore and is the country‘s largest independent retailer of fine wine. They started in 1991 when brothers David and Robert Trone opened a small store in Delaware and today they operate 214 superstores across 26 states and continue to grow.

Breweries & Beer Bars Near You

These local breweries and beer bars are fantastic places to go whether you want to sample new suds or just watch the game with some friends:

Mountain Lakes Brewing is your neighborhood brewery and taproom in the heart of downtown, on the corner of Riverside and Browne. Their taproom is family and pet friendly, and they encourage you to enjoy their snacks and small bites, bring your meal with you, or order-in.

Whistle Punk Brewing is located in historic Railroad Alley and operated by father-son team Craig and Matt Hanson. They are passionate about creating new beers and improving with each brew day. Their taproom will always have a wide variety of styles to choose from but they will rotate on a consistent basis. Check out the “On Tap” section below for a current list.

For The Love of God Brewing is closed on Mondays and opens at 3pm every other day of the week except Saturdays when they open at 12. Humble Abode Brewing is a family owned and operated nano-brewery, focused on making great beer with the freshest ingredients.

Black Label Brewing Company has a taproom and outdoor patio that are open for seating. Bellwether seeks to create beers that are reflective of history with northwest flair.

Four-Eyed Guys Brewing is a quaint taproom with shareable food and craft brews and house made hard seltzers serving cold drinks in a warm atmosphere.

Wine Bars In Spokane

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Visit wine bars in your area for a date night, a business meeting, or for a gather with friends:

Left Bank Wine Bar is your go to spot for amazing wine, local beer and delicious food. Their goal is to be the least pretentious wine bar around with live music on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday from 6pm to 8pm.

Whim Wine Bar has curated a large glass-pour list of wines from around the world in addition to retail bottles, draft beer, thin crust pizzas, and charcuterie with available GF.

At Nectar Wine and Beer they pride themselves in carefully curated craft wine and beer experiences. Their team scours the new products, travels the Northwest and seeks out the best wine and beer for their guests.

Ambrosia Bistro was conceived by Scott and Kara Cook to bring a feeling of downtown to the Valley. Located near historic Millwood, their inventive cuisine, great selection of spirits and Northwest wines, as well as their attentive staff are all designed to make your visit to Ambrosia a truly memorable one.

Durkin’s Liquor Bar is a natty upscale diner with an intimate basement bar. The Steel Barrel is home to 30 taps from all around the Pacific Northwest as well as the site of the only Incubator Beer Program in Spokane.

In addition to a full list of selected beers, cocktails and food, The Steel Barrel is made unique in that it fosters up-and-coming brewers with a space to help bridge the gap between home-brewer and the next big thing. They help small time breweries break the scene by hosting the latest brews from the local beer scene.

Wineries & Vineyards In Your Area

Latah Creek Wine Cellars at 13030 East Indiana Avenue was established in 1982 by Mike and Ellena Conway and is a pioneer in Washington State’s emerging wine scene. Today only a handful of wineries can boast beginnings dating back to the early 1980s, and fewer still can match the consistency and quality produced by Latah Creek for over 30 years.

Best Local Happy Hours

When you need to unwind after work these happy hours in Spokane are great places to buy cheaper alcoholic drinks:

Serving a Great American Menu in a beautiful environment, Twigs has something for everyone from salads and sandwiches, hand-made pizzas, pasta, steaks and unique chef-inspired creations. Their full bar offers wonderful Twigs signature martini selections, local craft beer, and regional wines.

Restaurant Saranac Public House happy hour all day on Sunday. They promise to use the highest quality ingredients from all-natural and organic sources whenever possible.

Zola has a happy hour 3pm-7pm Monday through Friday and is a live music bar and restaurant located in the Longbothem building. Voted Spokane’s best happy hour restaurant ten years in a row by Inlander’s Best, Zola combines the very best of live music, food, and spirits.

Gilded Unicorn is a modern American classic restaurant featuring hand crafted American food and craft cocktails. They’re located in the old Catacombs Restaurant location under the Historic Montvale Hotel in Washington.

Cascadia Public House is a gastropub with a happy hour 3pm to 6pm and Sunday all day. Their menu features burgers, sandwiches, salads, seafood, gluten-free options, and over 15 dedicated plant based dishes.

Anthony’s at Spokane Falls overlooks the Spokane River and upper falls. Specializing in fresh Northwest seafood and produce, the view of the cascading river gushing over the Falls provides a beautiful backdrop for either lunch or dinner.

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Enjoy Drinking Wine, Liquor, & Beer In Spokane

That’s all we have for now but keep checking back because we’ll try our best to keep this page updated. We know you are ready to achieve your goal after reading about all of the local liquor stores, wine shops, breweries, beer bars, wine bars, wineries, vineyards, and happy hours in your area.

Please let us know if we missed anything or if any of the above establishments have closed in the comments so we can keep the lists up to date. Now you can enjoy drinking wine, liquor, or beer in Spokane.

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