Ramp West Market And Liquor
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Ratings: 2 | Reviews: 2 | Display Reviews Only:
Reviews by Floydster:
2.95/5 rDev -13.2%
quality: 2.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 3 | $$$
Stopped here after doing some shopping with my parents today originally to see how much a keg of Newcastle for the holidays would be and they were expensive, 185 dollars for a 13.2 gallon keg
This place had lots of different kegs, but their bottle selection was weak, they did have some good beers though, they had Stone 11th Anniversar black IPA and Double Bastard, Port Hop 15 and Santa's Little Helper, but the rest of the stuff was generic and Millers, Coors, or Budweiser, only three fridges of beer total as well
Place was dirty and the quality of the products was not exactly anything to brag about
The guy was helpful with the kegs but started helping somebody else right after he told me some prices
Not impressed with the selection, some imports included Bitburger and Paulaner
The place was pretty expensive, I was hoping they were going to have a lot more to offer, their old store used to be much larger and this one seemed to lack the variety they once possessed, if you need a keg, check this place out, but other than that, there is not much going on here except for a few widely released Port and Stone Brewing products
11-20-2007 00:21:23 | More by Floydster
More User Reviews:
3.85/5 rDev +13.2%
quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 3
I guess this place is called 'Ramp West' because it is located next to the freeway. The store is in a mini mall which has a good sized parking lot. They claim to be the 'king of kegs' for the area. You will have to ask them about their keg service as I was not there for a keg.
A clean medium sized store. They have a portion of their store set aside for food products. The majority of the store has wine and spirits for sale. A good selection of medium priced wines.
The beer seleciton is modest but not bad. Stone, Anderson Valley, Red Hook, Firestone, Sierra Nevada, Rogue and a few other craft brews for sale. They also had some winter seasonals. The imports were a couple of Unibroue offerings, Kostritcher, Czevar, Eidlweiss, Erdinger, Bitburger, Young's, St. Peter's, Fuller's and a few others. Not much in the way of Belgiums. They did have Affligem Dubble.
The service was good and this is a well attened to liquor store. Unless you shop there for wine or use there 'king of keg' service it is better served as a quick 'I need a good craft or import stop' with not too huge of a selection.
12-21-2003 08:25:00 | More by Rumrunner
Ramp West Market And Liquor in Hawthorne, CA
- out of 100 based on 2 ratings.