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Port Jefferson Beverage Center

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14 Ratings
Ratings: 14
Reviews: 13
rAvg: 4.29
pDev: 8.16%
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5 Railroad Avenue
Port Jefferson Station, New York, 11776-1203
United States
phone: (631) 473-1818

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Photo of Comparison_Ford

New York

4.25/5  rDev -0.9%

06-19-2014 03:26:04 | More by Comparison_Ford
Photo of o0910o

New York

4.67/5  rDev +8.9%

This place rocks! They have an excellent selection of craft and the largest selection of cold craft I've seen on Long Island. Very impressed with the knowledge and help I received. They're very accommodating to us kegerator folks as they keep like 40 slims of craft displayed on an organized rack in their walk-in. I can't count the number of parties I've had a keg kick and I know I can count on these guys to have something that will either knock my socks off or at the very least more than adequate! They'll order any beer you want as long as its available in NY. Staff is very friendly and the atmosphere is always pleasant. The guys that run the store really make you feel welcome and appreciated and it reminds me of the mom and pop shops from the old days. Overall, it's a pleasure every time I walk into the Bevy and I seldom leave disappointed. Cheers!

02-01-2014 04:28:13 | More by o0910o
Photo of HHKIM


4.39/5  rDev +2.3%

Nice place to grab bottles for weekend.

I must mention that here was the only place bringing Bourbon County Brand Stout, Founders Breakfast Stout, and Nugget Nectar to town. I mean Draft!!

US craft bombers are reasonably priced, even in cases of west cost ones like Stone.
Decent Belgians. Core products from Allagash and Ommegang.

Whatever beer style you want, I pretty sure they are offering some of the bests in this planet.

05-11-2013 03:41:02 | More by HHKIM
Photo of TychoNDC

New York

4.2/5  rDev -2.1%

This is one of the better places to get beer along the north shore of L.I. The store has a really enjoyable atmosphere with a strong supply of decent craft brews and an always rotating growler bar. They also tend to get in a few of the rare, limited releases along the lines of KBS and others, though they run out very quickly! The shop owner is very nice and always in the mood to chat about beers or direct you to something new (or something very limited) and the rest of the staff have always been helpful. Their beer tends to be fresh and they are sensitive about their short-lifetime stock.

It's not perfect as the selection is still limited by the distributors who ship to LI, but they tend to carry pretty much everything they can get. Prices are comparable to other LI bottle shops, though they may be a bit pricey on some of the limited releases.

02-07-2013 19:04:22 | More by TychoNDC
Photo of SkunkWorks

New York

4.15/5  rDev -3.3%

Just started giving this place a try over my usual haunts and figured it was time to BeerFly it.

So far I've had a few big beer hauls from these guys and so far everything has been fresh. There is a huge selection of Southern Tier, Stone, local New York offerings, one of the biggest selections of bombers I've seen on Long Island outside of Big Z. Their Belgian selection is a little small but given that I am not a big Belgian guy, that's not a huge problem for me.

They have a small growler bar but I haven't taken advantage of that yet.

The guys who own it are very knowledgeable about craft beer and very passionate about it. The kids who work there, however, are kind of annoying.

Another good thing about this place is the affordability of their selection. Bombers tend to be around 6.99 and sixers are under 10 for what I've gotten so far. That's a few dollars cheaper than anywhere else I've found.

I definitely recommend checking this place out. Cheers!

12-15-2010 20:26:41 | More by SkunkWorks
Photo of Bobnb13

New York

5/5  rDev +16.6%

I remember this place from my childhood when my father use to pick up beer and soda for parties and other gatherings. Now I stop here all the time to get my beer. While driving by it you might never know its there (its kinda tucked behind an auto shop) but it is. Bruce and Frank the two guys that are always there have a great knowledge of beer and always happy to lend a hand and make a suggestion if your not sure on what to get that week. They have a great selection of domestic and imports, and it seems like every time I go in there is always something new. And if you have a kegerator they always seem to find a keg no matter what. They also always have a couple of kegs on hand at all times if you should run out and not have the time to order one. Next time your in the area stop by and have a look. This place is great.

06-08-2009 14:53:29 | More by Bobnb13
Photo of OnThenIn


4.15/5  rDev -3.3%

I was surprised by the selection, especially considering the location. The very limited parking was somewhat annoying, but the workers at the store made up for it by being nice and helpful. I ended up finding a great deal of imports and craft beer including nugget nectar. I was also happy that everything seemed well stocked. They had every Sierra Nevada I was looking for and had some Dogfish Head I was hoping to pick up too. None of the beers seemed like they would be exposed to uv enough to get light struck, which made this place even better. It was obvious they new there beer. I did have an issue with how crowded the store was, which made it very hard to find everything the store had. Overall, it was a great experience and is probably one of the best stores around. It is definitely the best store in Port Jefferson.

03-21-2009 02:23:23 | More by OnThenIn
Photo of LilBeerDoctor

New York

3.65/5  rDev -14.9%

This is my local beer store and while it does not have the selection of some of the bigger stores on LI, it is quite reliable for a local store. They carry a decent Belgian section (St. Bernardus, Chouffe, Corsendonk, Westmalle, Orval) and a good American section (Troegs, Brooklyn, Bear Republic, Southern Tier, Elysian, Southampton, HeBrew/Coney Island, Lagunitas, Allagash, DFH). You can always find something good here. Prices are comparable to other LI stores. Not a destination, but worth stopping by if you live in the area.

01-01-2009 17:10:12 | More by LilBeerDoctor
Photo of finebeersonly

New York

4.65/5  rDev +8.4%

After reading about this place on here, I decided to go. Nice experience, speaking to the owner he explained how the selection is a reflection of his clients, he continues to try and get people to try new beers. He actually had me walking out with a few different beers that wouldn't normally have been my first choice, after he explained the beer by comparing it to others that I have tried. He also gave me a little history on how distribution works in NY/LI - interesting history. Great guy, Great Place. Highly Recommend it.

05-21-2007 11:43:55 | More by finebeersonly
Photo of vladimerjr

New York

4/5  rDev -6.8%

Went here after reading the rave reviws it got from other members. I just moved to the area 4 months ago and had been struggling with the places around me. This is by far the best place in the area.

The place was clean enough and well stocked with many of my favorite and enough things I have never tried to keep me for a while.

The service was fine but nothing exceptional but they seem knowledgable and nice enough.

I would not rave about it compared to the places by my old house but for the area you can't do much better as I can tell so far.

Since writing my original review this place has improved. The service is great and most of them now know me (even though I only go in about every other week). The beer selection while not the biggest does have a good rotation and I have never needed (still have though) to go elsewhere to find new beers.

06-25-2006 19:40:52 | More by vladimerjr
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Port Jefferson Beverage Center in Port Jefferson Station, NY
93 out of 100 based on 14 ratings.