THERE’S NO PLACE LIKE THE SHUSWAP: Hideaway Liquor store has unique stock

Hideaway Liquor store has unique stock

Hideaway Liquir Store

Open since 2003, 100 percent locally owned and operated, The Hideaway Liquor Store has over 7000 square feet of floor space. With over 680 varieties of wine in stock, there is a large selection from craft breweries along with BC and local beer, spirits from all over the world. We carry a wide variety of specialty items: Texas mickeys up to 6L; 50ml liquors (airplane size); custom gift baskets; limited edition wines and spirits. Beer, ciders, coolers and select wines are available cold without the extra chill charge.

Hideaway Liquor Store staff have completed ‘Serving It Right’ (BC’s responsible beverage service program). We diligently follow the guidelines as it relates to the selling of alcohol.

As a full service BC Lottery Retailer, we sell every Scratch and Win ticket BC Lottery produces. All Hideaway Liquor Store staff are BC Lottery Certified.

Specializing in liquor related items, such as stemware, wine racks, branded clothing, coolers, mixology books and equipment; we have what consumers need for their home bar and entertaining. ‘Party Points’ is a customer loyalty program that allows participants to accumulate points towards the purchase of giftware and clothing throughout the store.

We carry a wide selection of tobacco products, including Cuban cigars, all at competitive prices.

Along with ice, a variety of mixes, snacks and convenience items are available, and there’s free popcorn while you shop.

Participating in numerous programs, there are in-store prize draws from major suppliers, like Crown Royal, Molson, Labatt and Vincor, the prizes range from overnight accommodations at Whistler, Olympic Hockey tickets, TV’s, Blenders, Ski Passes, and more.

Tastings are often scheduled for new products, usually on weekends. Check out our web site:

Donated gift baskets to raise funds at local charitable events, Rotary, North Okanagan Shuswap Brain Injury Society, Firefighters, Trail Alliance, Cancer Society, Canadian Legion, we support our community however we can.

The Hideaway Liquor Store operates 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. 365 days per year, open for business to supply any last minute celebrations. Located on the frontage road just north of the Trans Canada Highway, The Hideaway Liquor Store is conveniently on the way to your next occasion. There is plenty of parking right outside our storefront.


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