Worst experience i've had in a liquor store anywhere in the world. I (age 34) went in to the store with my wife (age 33) to buy a bottle of wine. Upon checking out, the manager (I didn't catch his name, but he was a rather rotund fellow) asked to see my id. Given that the drinking age here in australia is 18, this was a little silly, but whatever. He then asked to see my wife's as well, and she didn't have one with her. He said the law required him to check the id of everyone in the group (which I researched and found is not true) who looks under 25. While my wife and I are both youthful, neither of us looks under 25. I then remembered I had a scan of my wife's passport on my phone and showed him that. He said that he couldn't accept that, because he had no way of verifying the holograms, as if he had any idea what a hologram would look like on a u.S. Driver's license anyway. I said something to the effect of "are you really telling me that it's realistic that I happened to have a doctored scan of my wife's passport on my phone to buy a bottle of wine, when each of us is fifteen years over the legal limit to buy alcohol? He said"i've seen it happen, " which I know is not true. If I was going to go through that trouble, I would have just purchased the alcohol inside the store while my wife waited outside. At this point, it was clear to me that he was not merely doing his job, but flexing his muscle merely to be a jerk. I walked out at that point, and instead of coming back with my wife's id, resolved to buy the bottle of wine elsewhere. Stay away from this place, and spend your money at an establishment that doesn't hire petty men on power trips.