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Reviews by Psacy:
3.35/5 rDev -23.9%
Was told to check out this convenience store as they had "a great beer selection". Didn't know what to expect as it truly is a convenience store. The beer selection was comparable to other bottle shops in the State. However, the girl behind the counter didn't seem to know anything about the stock. I asked it they had Lunch and she replied "I don't know". No offer to find out.
This is a very cramped store and first thing you see when you walk in is K Cups. The friend that recommended this store loves the sandwiches. I don't think I could qualify Hampton Falls Village Market as a "beer store". It is truly a convenience store with a decent craft beer selection as well as all the mass produced beers.
I am told there are beer tastings there, but, I can't imagine where they hold the tastings as there really isn't any free floor space. There are cases on the floor and very small aisles.
I suppose I would return to the store. However, I would not expect any help from staff in finding craft beer.
12-24-2012 02:01:21 | More by Psacy
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4.48/5 rDev +1.8%
Ron is a great owner, knowledgeable and helpful. The selection is good and if you ask, the behind-the-counter stock is usually great. Certainly not as loaded as a CBC or Tulley's but for my money, this is the best local establishment. I'll give them my business any day, but especially Fridays when they have free tastings.
01-28-2014 04:52:43 | More by mjstacker
4.57/5 rDev +3.9%
The owner was very helpful. As soon as walked in he and one of his employees came over to talk to me about beer and where I am from. Very knowledgable and they were able to answer several questions about local and rare beers. The store was clean and organIzed. If you get a chance I would highly recommend this place.
07-23-2013 18:49:06 | More by Abilow33
4.75/5 rDev +8%
Beer and wine tastings every Friday night from 5-7.
I am lucky enough to live a few miles from this establishment. They have a great selection, nothing in NH comes close within the lower seacoast area. They go the extra mile to provide beer enthusiasts with a great selection. They offer singles on all of the six-pack products, so the ability to mix is a bonus. Also, they get a lot of beer other local establishments don't get because of their commitment to craft beer.
Support the "little guy" and they will continue to provide us with what we want.
02-24-2013 14:47:45 | More by BostonBiosafety
3.67/5 rDev -16.6%
Situated in one of the vacation areas of New England, is this very obscure beer store. I went in with the impression of finding a few things I hadn't had before and I did. There's a few local selections, and some diversity compared to other places on the East Coast. The atmosphere is nothing special but everyone who worked there is able to answer questions and help you out.
There were even a few odd gems such as still seeing Frangelic Mountain brown on the shelves. Unfortunately prices here at this place are insanely high, I found them even higher than back home where I live in the DC area.
Take a look around to see if you might find something special, but it's not a place I would go back to again to splurge.
01-26-2013 14:49:44 | More by smakawhat
4.64/5 rDev +5.5%
I have been going to this store for a couple years now since my best friend brought me there to pick up of all things a soda. I walked in and saw that they had an aisle from the front to back of the store with nothing but beer. Imported, microbrews, and domestic were all there. Offered in both coolers and on the shelves. They seem to rotate stock so there is usually something new there, along with the regular stuff they carry in stock. They also frequently advertise for upcoming brewfests and limited releases. Definatly one of my main stops to find beer.
07-08-2012 19:39:12 | More by Cavanaghty
Village Market in Hampton Falls, NH
95 out of 100 based on 21 ratings.