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Cedarville Wine & Spirits

Not Rated.
Cedarville Wine & SpiritsCedarville Wine & Spirits
BA SCORE
94
outstanding

11 Ratings
Ratings: 11
Reviews: 7
rAvg: 4.35
pDev: n/a
[ Store ]

2245 State Rd
Plymouth, Massachusetts, 02360-5150
United States
phone: (508) 888-7700

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(Place added by: areitz on 02-19-2006)
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Photo of dippy
4.94/5  rDev +13.6%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 5

I moved to the area 4 years ago and I needed a new beverage purveyor. I was used to a high standard as my former packie was awesome. I could not be happier with Cedarville Wine and Spirits.
All of the staff is friendly and are happy to talk to you about beer/wine/booze. they truly enjoy what they do. One of the owners went so far as to set aside a founders KBS for me because he knew that I had been looking for it for a long time. He called me to let me know that it was in and had it waiting for me behind the counter.
They offer Mayflower, founders, victory, Sam (smith and adams), Stone, ommegang, Pretty little things, dogfish, it goes on and on...
Plus it is the little things,
When the bruins are playing it is on the radio in the store.
This is an exceptional package store. exceptional prodects and exceptional people.

Stop by on your way to the cape, it is exit 2 ( which is also a short cut for bridge traffic... so tell your wife that you are actually saving time by stopping to get the beers)

Photo of VWBenn
4.8/5  rDev +10.3%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 4.5

As several of the other reviews have stated, Cedarville Wine & Spirits excels in all areas. When you walk into the store, you are welcomed by an array of domestic craft beers and excellent imported belgian selections, a comfortable, well laid out store, and a staff who really know their brews.

The store itself isn't huge, with a single short aisle as well as a standard sized cooler dedicated to beer. They also tend to highlight new releases and seasonal craft beers in a frequently updated main display as you enter the store. That said, they make great use of the available space, keeping things fresh and easy to find. In addition, compared to other stores in the area, their prices tend to be a bit lower across the board, which is always nice.

To me, where Cedarville really excels is in its customer service. The entire staff is friendly and approachable, and many of the guys love talking beer. They truly go above and beyond by remembering what I like, letting me know what's new in the store, and making top notch recommendations on styles I've never tried. Next time you're in the Plymouth area, make a point of stopping by... and tell Jay that I send my best.

Photo of Coutastic
4/5  rDev -8%

I was an hour early for a meeting down the street, so I stopped in to check it out. I had heard they had a great selection, so I thought it couldn't hurt.

Walking up to the door, I was already excited. Dogfish Head Punkin' Ale in the window! They have a great selection too! Lots of Dogfish, Avery, a bunch of obscure bombers. I walked away with a Rogue Double Dead Guy Ale, and a 4-pack of the Punkin'. One of the guys working at the time noticed what I had and offered to grab some cold ones in the back, and talked to me a little about what I had, just that little attention speaks volumes for a place. Nice work guy!

I live on the cape, but am in the area often for work. I'll be back!

Photo of shaft
4.35/5  rDev 0%

My local store so I'm a bit partial but they do a great job with their selection. A large amounts of Belgian ales to choose from. Got a good selection from Smuttynose, Dogfish Head, Mayflower and Berkshire amond others. The staff is very easy to talk to and they are more than willing to make suggestions for beers depending on the type you are looking for. Turned me on to the Brooklyn Black Chocolate stout. My only wish is that they stocked up on more of the Irish Stouts (Murphy's and Beamish) instead of just Guiness. Keep up the good work.

Photo of tigg924
4.45/5  rDev +2.3%

This is one of my favorite places to buy beer. What makes this place special is the level of customer service. The people who own this are very nice and knowledgable. This is where I go to get good beer at a good price. They do have some macro towards the back of the store, but they excell in their variety and seasonal packs. They have an above average amount of both foreign and domestic brew. The variety of Belgians is great and they have a good selection of bombers for the area. Here customer service sets them apart.

Photo of corey0212
4.45/5  rDev +2.3%

I live on the Cape, but would now consider this to be one of my new favorite beer haunts. They've got a pretty solid selection of American craft beer (including a nice display of seasonal beer at the front of the store), and an outstanding selection of Belgian beer (some of which, even after poring over this website for a couple of months, I've never heard of). I've only been in twice, but both times, the service has been amazing. Shawn and Jay are really friendly, love talking beer, and really make you want to come back to their store. Honestly, that level of customer service is something I haven't found too much of here on the Cape, so driving twenty minutes over the bridge doesn't seem like such a big deal. If you were heading to the Cape, this would be a great place to stop and stock up!

And just to correct the previous review, it's exit 2 off RT. 3.

Photo of areitz
4.35/5  rDev 0%

This South Shore establishment is one of the only liquor stores in the area that caters to the connoisseur of good beer. It has a wide selection of American craft beers, imports and “hard-to-find” Belgians that can even give many of the great beer stores in Boston a run for their money. Owned and operated by Shawn and his brother Jay Sorcenelli, these guys are very knowledgeable about all things related to craft beers. While they still sell the domestic sludge, patrons vying for a 30 pack of bud have to walk all the way to the back corner of the store to secure their purchase, passing door after door after door of craft brews and imports. When hitting the Cape for the summer – take the Plymouth ramp (Exit 3 I think) – it’s right off the highway. It will not be a wasted trip.

Cedarville Wine & Spirits in Plymouth, MA
94 out of 100 based on 11 ratings.