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4.85/5 rDev +19.5%
I just tried this place out the other night. Right next to the East Side Market off of gano street. What I really liked about this place is how organized their craft beer section is. The beers were all shelfed by style. I was in the mood for a nice stout, so I went over and found my old friend BORIS. What a score!
They also had a good selection of bombers in the fridge and plenty of chilled 6 packs. Sound brands I noticed were DFH, Hoppin' Frog, Rogue, a few of the Trappist breweries and all the local breweries (newport storm, ipswhich, harpoon)
good selection and pleasant experience.
I recomend a visit
02-09-2011 02:33:17 | More by bigkamp
4.5/5 rDev +10.8%
A good spectrum of imports and American craft brews. Congenial and personable staff, reasonable pricing for the quality and location. Enjoyable regular tasting sessions on Friday afternoons. A clean and attractive physical plant, well stocked. (There are stacks of economy domestic cases tucked in the corner, and a rotating selection of six packs and singles in the cooler.) The shelves are well laid out, well organized, and clean. Easy to find and convenient parking. For the size of the store, I consider it a jewel.
10-04-2011 15:48:38 | More by ellflle
4.4/5 rDev +8.4%
This location just opened up within the past month or two. They have a great selection of craft beer, wine, and other liquors. Their focus is on high quality beverages and the look of the store shows it. The store is well designed and looks quite modern and upscale. They often have beer tastings and the staff is helpful when looking for anything in particular. You can buy bottles individually or buy 3 larger bottles (larger than 12 ounce) for 10% off total price or buy 6 12ounce bottles for 10% off. There is not that great of a selection for mixing 12 ounce bottles but they make it up for their selection in bombers and full 6 packs. I often go back because of their clean store and good selection. They also have a rewards plan where you get store credit for spending $500 or more.
10-04-2010 21:59:57 | More by lovetranquillity
4.04/5 rDev -0.5%
The place is really top notch.
The craft beer section is divided into three tall shelves each one having different sections like Trappist beers, abbey beers, ciders, etc.
They also have coolers with packs and a section with more stacked packs uncooled in one corner.
If you do not have an American license, don't bother showing them the international because they won't take it. Take your passport instead.
Additionally, make sure, if you're European, to explain that the format dates are reversed.
I went there for the first time without my license and I had to go back home for my passport. Once I got my passport, I had to reassure them I was 21 because of the switch Europeans do with the day and the month.
Other than that, outstanding place with am extremely extensive section of wines and other hard alcohols.
If you're by the area and want to try unique beers, this place is for you.
05-27-2014 03:11:10 | More by datoro
4.03/5 rDev -0.7%
I stopped in to check this place out based on a recommendation from a friend.
It's a good sized space. They carry wine, beer and spirits. The beer section occupies less than a quarter of the space. The singles (both 12oz and larger bottles) are kept out on shelves while the six packs are refrigerated. They had a good amount from Europe and the northeast but the rest of the US seemed a bit underrepresented. But they had enough of a selection to find something you'd like and leave happy. I'd certainly recommend it if you're in the area or passing through but it's not worth a special trip.
12-20-2011 12:32:29 | More by GJ40
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