at 953 Nasa Pkwy, Houston, 77058 United States
Come check out our friendly staff and huge selection of craft beers, wines, and spirits. Cheapest prices on craft brews and rare bourbons guaranteed!
Located a mile away from NASA, we have the best selection and pricing around in the area. Besides from craft brews, to specialty bourbons, to your typical spirits at the best prices in town. We boast an extremely knowledgeable and friendly staff ready to hand pick the perfect beer, wine, or spirit for any occasion. We also offer kegs and requests for anything we do not carry.
12575 FB users likes Nasa Liquor, set it to 13 position in Likes Rating for Houston, Texas in Shopping/retail category
Happy New Year to all. Thank you for your support throughout the years. Hope you have a safe holiday and a prosperous New Year.
Still Creek Vodka sampling from 6-9pm today.
For craft beer drinkers, don't miss out on our special releases on Monday starting at 12. I promise you won't want to miss this one.
Very special beer release noon on Labor Day. You will definitely kick yourself if you miss this on this one. Limit one per person.
We have changed our Whitmeyer's Whiskey tasting time to 12-3pm so those heading to Galveston can come stop by and taste what the award-winning Whitmeyer's has to offer! Stay tuned for announcements for special guests!
Check-in on Yelp! while you're in store and redeem this Yelp offer. 2 free 50ml purchases with a minimum $10 purchase.
Get ready for our next barrel of privately selected Four Roses Single Barrel at Barrel Proof! Some little history regarding Four Roses (taken from SmokyBeast): Benching Mariano Rivera: Frankfort Distilling Company introduced Four Roses in 1910. Skipping past Prohibition, by the 1930's it was the top selling bourbon in the United States. It stayed on the charts for thirty years, remaining the number one bourbon brand in the country through the 1950's. Seagram had acquired the distillery in 1943. In the late 50's, despite it being the most widely sold American whiskey ever, Seagram decided to cease production. That would be like benching Mariano Rivera after he closed out Game 5 of the 2000 World Series. Blended whiskey was finding its heyday in the '50s and Seagram Whiskey had the bright idea of blending Four Roses with neutral grain spirits to produce what was no doubt a thoroughly vile and undrinkable swill. This travesty lasted for almost fifty years! Then at long last in the early 2000's, the distillery changed hands from Seagram to Vivendi to Diageo to Kirin (ownership spanning the globe from Canada to France to Britain to Japan). Kirin shelved the blended swill and blessedly rededicated the brand to straight bourbon whiskey.
Be prepared for some special beer releases tomorrow guys!