You Better Belize It!
November 18, 2011 5:10 PM   Subscribe

I'm looking to find some Belikin beer (domestic to Belize) in Austin, Texas. I've already tried Specs, to no avail. Anybody have any idea if/where I might have some luck?
posted by Krazor to Food & Drink (9 answers total) 1 user marked this as a favorite
Possibly the big Whole Foods at 6th and Lamar. They gave a large beer selection that rubs to the eclectic.
posted by devinemissk at 5:17 PM on November 18, 2011

err, *have
posted by devinemissk at 5:18 PM on November 18, 2011

You could call Belekin directly and see what their distribution arrangements are. Last time I heard you could only purchase Belekin in California, New York, and Indiana. That may have changed.
posted by blob at 5:20 PM on November 18, 2011

I think Beer Advocate has a beer exchange, you may look on there.
posted by Gygesringtone at 5:47 PM on November 18, 2011

I lived in San Antonio after taking a trip to Belize and asked around at my local stores, no one had ever heard of it. It's decent beer, but for my money rum with real actual sugar coke was like goddam crack after that trip.
posted by sanka at 7:04 PM on November 18, 2011

You might have to make a few phone calls. Down south, the Whip-In is your best shot. Just north of campus, you might check with the Pronto Mart in Hyde Park. Up north, check the Sunrise Mini-Mart on Anderson.
posted by Gilbert at 7:30 PM on November 18, 2011

+1 on Whip-In!
posted by Pecantree at 9:16 PM on November 18, 2011

I'd check with Central Market on North Lamar. I seem to recall buying Belikin there (for our post-Belizian-honeymoon-party). They do have many of the other Central American beers for sure. I'd call and check with their beer + wine department. (512) 206-1000 is the main number.
posted by seventyfour at 11:04 PM on November 18, 2011

If the Whip In can't get it for you, it can't be gotten.
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