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Martin's Liquors

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Martin's LiquorsMartin's Liquors
BA SCORE
85
very good

27 Ratings
Ratings: 27
Reviews: 20
rAvg: 3.65
pDev: 15.62%
[ Store ]

3601 Route 38
Mount Laurel, New Jersey, 08054-9734
United States
phone: (856) 235-2273

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Reviews by rdrummer:
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4/5  rDev +9.6%

This is my first trip back to Martin's in a while. I was pleasantly surprised. The selection was wider than in my last visit. A few of my favorites were missing (only Chimay and Orval trappists when before they had a couple Westie's and Rocheforts) but there were some new lambics, including Boon Geuze; some excellent German brews, including Celebrator and Optimator; and nice selection of micros. Most of the micros were in the cold case, including several bocks that I hadn't seen before.

The main thrust of the store is still wine and the one fault is that its hard to find someone who knows beer. I had a simple question about whether they had the Trappists and the employee just kept showing me the Chimay. I like Chimay but I was really looking for something different.

All in all, I saw enough variety that I will make this one of my regular stops.

Note: I stopped back at Martin's this week, and the selection and the quality of the beer had been upgraded dramatically. In addition to the good selection of Germans, there was a major upgrade to the micro section. I found four Avery bombers, a 3P from Ommegang, at least six Rogue (including two Morimoto), and Heavyweight Stickenjab. There were a number of new Belgians, and a number of Maibocks, including Stoudt's. I tweaked the rating up a little. I hope this is the start of a trend upwards. They certainly have the room to add more.

rdrummer, Apr 15, 2004
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NYR_Rob, Jan 20, 2014
Photo of alefish
1.59/5  rDev -56.4%

Prices are insane in this place. They were $10 MORE for a bomber of beer than a place right down the road from them. This was a 100% profit margin, as my buddy is a beer rep. I know what they cost. When I questioned the owner he said if I didn't pay it, someone else would. He was as arrogant as people on here have said he is. I will never spend a dime here even though I go right by it a few times a week. Anyone who pays his prices is selling their soul for beer and should be ashamed of themselves.

alefish, Dec 17, 2013
Photo of corby112
2.2/5  rDev -39.7%

This is another one of my regular stops when I go on Jersey beer runs. They have a small selection of American craft and Belgian beers but nothing too exceptional. The prices are cheap(the hest prices anywhere even close for Deus) but nobody really knows anything about beer and what they have is limited in quantity. They used to have a larger selection of harder to come by beers and gift packs but recently this is not the case. The standard Avery, Great Divide, locals and Belgian beers. Beyond that there isn't much to speak of. Okay i guess if you're in a pinch and need a bomber or six pack but otherwise not much to talk about.

corby112, Jan 20, 2011
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Martin's Liquors in Mount Laurel, NJ
85 out of 100 based on 27 ratings.