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British Columbia (Canada)
4.83/5 rDev +6.6%
One of my favorite 'local' bottle shops. It's always worth a stop coming or going from Vancouver. Sometimes we cross the border specifically for this shop! The selection is amazing and always something new I've never seen or heard of. They get in rare US seasonal bottles 2-3 months before we see them in Vancouver, if we even get them, most we don't actually. A lot of people say it's 'expensive' but to that I say you pay more for a premium product in every other walk of life, why not beer/beer shops? And honestly compared to Vancouver this place is super cheap. Have been going here about a yr+ now, yet to attend any big events, but they do cool tap takeovers regularly, themed nights like Sour Monday. The panini me and a friend had were great! I believe they do food trucks some days now. Cool wine room. I love the option of having a taster/glass of beer while shopping. Although not unique to WA, this is illegal in Canada! ALL THEIR BEERS ARE STORED IN A FRIDGE! I can't stress how great this is. Follow them on Twitter or FB for updates. Oh ya, and I think they have 20-ish taps now, growler fills too.
06-16-2014 07:30:25 | More by JonnyBeers
4.28/5 rDev -5.5%
This is a great place to relax and drink beer. It isn't a main stream place yet, it has a good selection of beers, and in my opinion is the best bottle shop in Whatcom County. Everyone is super nice and helpful, plus Elizabeth Station is family friendly. This is always a positive, since I have a couple of little boys. This is a bottle shop, not a bar, so there is a three drink maximum.
This place is becoming expensive...plus they up charge bottles of harder to find beers you could easily find significantly cheaper south of Bellingham.
04-08-2014 01:29:33 | More by mabermud
4.14/5 rDev -8.6%
This place flew under my radar, unfortunately since it turns out to be a fantastic bottle shop. A great selection of single beers and 22oz bottles make this a great stop to look for something unique. There's a great selection of some high end and hard to find beers for the area and continuously expanding. If that's not enough, there's a great selection of glassware and 5 taps. While that doesn't seem like a whole lot it is promising because they don't seem to have your normal local bar beers and they're inexpensive. They had Old Guardian for $3 a schooner and $5 a pint! Growler fills are usually only $10 and you can get kegs as well They update their tap-list religiously at http://www.beermenus.com/places/4158-elizabeth-station
They blow out of their kegs or exchange them so it's constantly rotating. I will definitely be haunting this place for a long time to come.
Update: While prices for drafts and growlers have remained low, bottle prices have climbed. Where they were under or the same as other retailers in the area the prices have gone up on average 50 - 80 cents (and even more on a few I noticed) over other locations prices. You might want to look out for those bottles that are more rare to the area rather than do all your bottle shopping here. Still a great place to have a pint and browse.
06-11-2012 23:06:03 | More by Bfarr
Elizabeth Station in Bellingham, WA
96 out of 100 based on 11 ratings.