Shop in-store or online!
Times have changed and so have we. For your safety and convenience, we are now offering both in-store and online shopping. When you order online, we’ll shop for you, making your visit as easy, fast and safe as possible.
Online ordering is offered for both Northbound and Westbound locations. Simply choose a location above and click on the corresponding "Order Here" button. It’s easy to find and select products, add them to your cart and pay securely with a credit card. You can even specify your pickup day and time. You’ll love the convenience and time savings!
Our stores offer a variety of regional, domestic and imported beer, wine, and spirits. Our knowledgeable staff is eager to help you chose a new wine for an upcoming dinner party, or perhaps you’re interested in trying something from our wide selection of craft and imported beers. Mix up some fun with a flavored rum or refreshing seltzer, we just ask that you please enjoy in moderation and do not drive while under the influence.
The City of Elk River has been actively combating the spread of COVID-19 pandemic in an effort to help ensure the health and safety of community members and employees. After careful consideration, city leaders feel it is in the best interest of employees and patrons to re-open both Northbound and Westbound Liquor stores to customers. We will be following state safety guidelines, using disinfectants to routinely clean surfaces, requiring our staff to wear masks and restricting in-store patrons to 50% of our normal capacity. We encourage customers who are medically fragile or at greater risk to shop at our stores when they first open for the day.
We sincerely appreciate your patience and continued support of all efforts to combat the COVID-19 pandemic. For more information on city facility closures click here.
Profits are Poured Back into the Community
The City of Elk River operates two municipal liquor stores as authorized by Minnesota state law and the Elk River City Council. Profits from the liquor operations go back into community projects which would otherwise have to be paid for with increased property taxes.