Expect More At Mile High

At Mile High Wine and Spirits we believe you should expect more from your liquor store. You should expect a clean, inviting, uncluttered space where you can browse products hassle free. We believe you should have access to a highly educated and friendly staff who are passionate about their work. We believe that you should see new and exciting products every time you walk in the door. We believe that you should expect more AND pay less. That's why we provide a large selection of fine spirits, hand crafted beers and world-class wines at some of the best prices in town.  Belmar Liquor Store Mile High Wine and Spirirts 

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We work hard to be the premier retail liquor store in Belmar and the metro Denver area.  That's why Mile High Wine and Spirits won Westword's Best of 2008 (Reader's Choice) for creating a customer experience typical retail liquor stores simply can't provide.  But don't take their word for it, stop by and see why you should expect more. Cheers, The Crew at Mile High 
Bomber of the Month: November
J.K.'s Cuvee Winterruption Farmhouse Hard Cider
J.K.'s Cuvee Winterruption Farmhouse Hard Cider
Regular Price: $8.99
Sale Price: $7.99
ABV: 6.9
Rate Beer: 97
The earliest record of cider making dates back to the year 55 BC when the Romans arrived in the town of Kent, England. The locals there were fermenting apples to create a thirst quenching alcoholic beverage. In the United States of America the origins of cider making dates back to the first English settlers in the Country. Upon arrival, the immigrants found only inedible apple varieties and decided to request seeds from England be sent over immediately. Hard Cider was actually by far the most popular alcoholic beverage during the early days of our Country. This is due to the fact that apples were a lot easier to farm ...
Mile High's Wine of the Week: November 20th
Artisanal Wine Cellars Adams Vineyard Pinot Noir 2009
Artisanal Wine Cellars Adams Vineyard Pinot Noir 2009
Regular Price: $29.99
Sale Price: $19.99
Score: 91 Points Robert Parker
Simply put, this is no more perfect companion for a traditional Thanksgiving meal than a beautifully aged single vineyard Oregon Pinot Noir. This week we have just such a wine and, in classic “Wine of the Week” fashion, it’s highly rated, deeply discounted, and bursting with character. Artisanal Cellars only made 150 cases of their Adams Vineyard Pinot Noir in 2009 and we managed to snag all that they had remaining at the winery. Upon opening the bottle and pouring a glass engaging aromas of crushed cherries, cedar, violets, pipe tobacco all begin to gently unfold with each passing swirl and sniff. ...
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