Gordon's Fine Wines & Liquors
Ratings: 30 | Reviews: 25 | Display Reviews Only:
4.86/5 rDev +17.1%
Love shopping at Gordons on Moody St, Ben, Scotty and Dan are great, and always hook it up. Prices are great, selection is the best in town. They usually put the good beers on the shelf so you don't always have to go nuts calling and emailing for that limited release you've been dying to try. They'll also hold a beer for a regular customer that can't make it to the store at 2:32pm on a Tuesday afternoon when the beer you want drops.
Prices are lowest in the area, at least for the craft beer. (I also buy a lot of the macros, but never pay attention to who's charging what for PBR or Coors).
08-05-2014 00:06:53 | More by parris
4.94/5 rDev +19%
I go here every Saturday and have never been disappointed with the selection or the pricing. It does not have the fancy beer snob presentation that other stores in the area have, but the selection is I think wider and deeper.
I often find things here that one cannot find at other stores-Maine Beer Company King Titus Porter was today's find, but if I have been searching for something, I often find it here.
Service is excellent and they will always check their lists for you if you are looking for something special. Call anytime to see if something is in the store.
Pricing is reasonable.
10-13-2012 14:22:46 | More by stoppertb18
4.78/5 rDev +15.2%
I go in here almost every week and have to say that this is one of the best liquor stores around in the area.
Atmosphere: They have plenty of beer located on shelving on the righ when you first walk in and more in the refridgerated coolers to the right of the warm stuff. Very clean, plenty of signs for employee favorites and new seasonal beers too.
Service: There is always somebody around to help out and find you something. If you don't see a beer, they can special order for you too.
Selection: They have a pretty diverse selection of North American and European beers. Some large one of a kind bottles too for the collectors out there.
Food: They have some meats, cheeses, and breads in a little refridgeration unit before you get to the registers, but I have never tried any of it out.
Value: They have great value here. Very reasonable prices compared to most liquor stores in the area and they always have specials and random marked down seasonal beers that have not expired yet. This is one exceptional place that you will have to hit up if in the area.
10-23-2011 13:30:32 | More by Flounder57
4.8/5 rDev +15.7%
This place is my go-to for beer stuff. They guys there are super friendly, and always have great suggestions for what to try next. They always base their selections on what you already have picked out, and they are usually dead-on. When you walk in, the craft beer is directly on your right, organized by geography. The craft beer space is a little cramped, but I get the impression that they like beer and care about having good beer and good selection more than their layout would care to admit. They have beer tastings on Fridays from 5-8, swing by and try a few new, interesting things for sure. They have a great mix of different types of beer, and you can easily order a keg from them as well if you're into that and have the means to do so.
Their website is pretty good as well, although as the name suggests they pay a lot more homage to wine than beer on there.
When I moved into Waltham, I was pumped that my house was only 2 blocks away from this place. I generally walk down and come back with as much as I can carry.
Also, they have a 10% discount if you buy 6 or more bombers, so take advantage of that for sure. Great place.
06-08-2011 17:00:16 | More by rooftopbrewing
3.85/5 rDev -7.2%
Stopped by this past weekend. The layout is a bit odd. There are a bunch of warm beers in the front of the store that are in two parallel l shapes. There are also several coolers along the outside wall of the store. Another nice feature is a discount rack that had several quality beers, that were just slight past season but not expiration. They have a very good selection of most every beer that is available in the Boston area. Schlafly, White Birch, Jolly Pumpkin, you name it. All non-discount beers were priced about what I would expect to pay around Boston. I was not approached by anyone while mulling my selections, but the cashier was friendly. Overall if I lived closer to the area, I would stop here more often without thinking twice about it. A very good store.
01-17-2011 15:45:10 | More by tigg924
Gordon's Fine Wines & Liquors in Waltham, MA
92 out of 100 based on 30 ratings.