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Beverage World

Not Rated.
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BA SCORE
93
outstanding

16 Ratings
Ratings: 16
Reviews: 15
rAvg: 4.22
pDev: 11.37%
$$ - reasonable
[ Store ]

1719 Main St.
Peekskill, New York, 10566
United States
phone: (914) 737-8375

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slander

New York

3.35/5  rDev -20.6%
quality: 3.5 | service: 3 | selection: 3.5 | $$

Day 11.
Do I think it's a coincidence that small pieces from equipment are now beginning to turn up missing? No, really, no, I don't. All right, I'll go, I've got to get out on the road now anyway and find a west to east corridor across the Northern half. Shout me if you need me, 40 minutes to Peeekskill...
And well there's Beverage World, right on the side of Rte 6 there. I could just stop in quickly, well, okay, maybe just quickly, yeah. It's a strange little building, not too newish or cleany like I like my bevees to be. Mountains of macros and an aisle of mostly many micros, local (Brooklyn, Southampton, Riverhorse, Keegans), regional (DogFishHead, Victory, Middle Ages, Southern Tier, Cooperstown, Ommegang, Davidson Brothers, Harpoon, Sam Adams, Otter Creek, Smutty, Long Trail) and beyond (Lagunitas, Stone, Avery, Flying Dog, Anderson Valley, North Coast, Anchor, Sierra Nevada, Goose Island). An end cap of bombers of Bear Republic, Avery, Stone, Rogue, etc. and Blue Point growlers in the fridge.
Not too thick on the imports, Belgians anyway, and even the German and English selection was fairly mainstream.
Service was okay in that someone said "Can I help you find something?" after I had circled the beer aisle twice. Nothing crazy that I'd come running here for, although I was surprised to see Blue Point growlers this far out of Patchogue.

05-23-2006 02:03:22 | More by slander
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DaggerEyes

New York

4.15/5  rDev -1.7%
quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | $$

Not the largest selection of Micro Brews but a really SOLID selection, plus the nicest staff you'll ever meet. While the staff are not beer nerds, they'll give you opinions on what they've had or tell you what the "regulars" think of certain beers, they make up for what the lack in beer nerdom by their friendliness and good natured service. This is my usual haunt for beer buying, and if they don't have something ask about it, they'll try their best to get it in.

They have a full selection of Smuttynose, Brooklyn and Magic Hat beers, and a really solid selection of Dogfish Head and Victory brews, complemented by a rotating stock of other delightfully (sometimes smaller) micro brews.

I've noticed recently they've been starting to get in more and more "big bottle" and special release beers. Which is a definate plus.

Also they usually have Growlers of Blue Point chillin in the fridge.

As mentionied by other reviewers their is often dust coating the bottles but honestly I think this is more the nature of the place, and I don't think the dudes care too much about going around keeping things clean. I have never gotten beer there that taste like it was past it's prime.

03-08-2006 21:09:48 | More by DaggerEyes
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WaltTrombone

New York

4.3/5  rDev +1.9%
quality: 4 | service: 5 | selection: 4 | $$

This is where I go locally for beer, as it's right down the street from my local supermarket. When I first started going in there, they didn't carry that much of the better beers, and what they had was old and dusty. I turned them on to BeerAdvocate, and asked them if they had Storm King Stout. The next week, I stopped in, and they had ordered a case of it. They have started carrying Stone, Bear Republic, Goose Island, Blue Point, Southhampton, Keegan Ales, and a bunch of other good micros! If there's anything I want, and their distributor carries it, they'll get it for me, no problem. Every time I go in now, one of the owners comes over to show me what's new. True, they don't have the depth of stock that Half Time has, but, on the other hand, I don't have to drive an hour to Poughkeepsie, either! They do mostly macros, of course, and they walk that fine line with the micros of how much to order, which ones to stock, are they gonna sell, or are we gonna take it in the shorts? They are trying, and always very helpful, and they deserve your support if you're in the area!

09-21-2005 00:49:35 | More by WaltTrombone
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Sixpoint

New York

4.45/5  rDev +5.5%
quality: 4 | service: 5 | selection: 4.5 | $$$

What a gem. All of the other liquor stores in ritzy Westchester County have only crap beers. This place stands out!

I found World Wide Stout, 120 minute IPA, Stone beers, a full selection from Brooklyn Brewery, Anderson Valley, Allagash, etc. Amazing.

My only concern is how these beers were being kept. This place is a tiny shack in the middle of nowhere. When I was there it was 90 degrees outside and most of the beers were just sitting there on the shelves with no refrigeration. Also, some of them seemed old. If you're like me, you'll stick to the heavy stuff to safeguard against staling...

Luck for them, the service rocked. A 20-year-old kid who was definitely down with the microbrew scene helped me out. He was friendly and cordial and you could tell he loved introducing people to good beer.

Check this place out if you live in the area. It's one of the only good beer spots around.

07-04-2005 13:03:09 | More by Sixpoint
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Billolick

New York

3.5/5  rDev -17.1%
quality: 3.5 | service: 3 | selection: 4 | $$

This looks like your typical macro dispensing Beverage joint. Upon entering I was pleasantly surprised to find a better then average selection of real beers. The good stuff is located in the middle aisle to the right. Stone, and a lot of domestic micros on the left and a decent selection of imports on the left, Chimays, Germans, Brit ale etc etc. A major concern H/E is the DUST on bottles, not sure (but I'm skeptical) about the volume this pace does on the craft/micro stuff. So buyer beware....anyway I picked up a few singles from Middle Ages that looked fairly fresh. They also stocked 2 selections of growlers from Blue Point. This place is worth a visit if in the area.
Note...10-8-05 they also seem to get a case or two of the Harpoon 100 barrel series brews as they come out, an added bonus, as I just moved closer to this place, I will be visiting more often. Friendly owners/guys behind the counter is always a plus.

10-09-2004 22:16:41 | More by Billolick
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BadBadger

New York

4.65/5  rDev +10.2%
quality: 4.5 | service: 5 | selection: 4.5 | $$

Depending on who is at the register when you check out, this ranges between an average and a great experience. Once picked up a case of Paulaner Hefe Weizen and the cashier made sure to give me a 1/2liter grand pilsner glass to enjoy it with. Bought another and he gave two fine pilsner glasses. Picked up a case of sam Adams Dopple Bock and he gave 2 pint glasses. I only say all this because some folks there really aim to please and make the beer drinking experience a pleasure. The average customer there is looking for a bud, smokes and a lottery ticket (I confess, I sometimes buy a scratcher myself). However there is a really fine selection of microbrews: e.g., Victory, Dogfish. And a nice selection of imports. Hopefully, if you grab a case, the guy with the stash will check you out...and send you home with some nice glassware in addition to resonably priced beers (if not you will still be pleased!)

12/12/05
The occasional freebies aside, this place keeps getting better and better. The absolute best customer service. The owners take the time to tell you about new arrivals, and to let you know what they have ordered and expect in. A relatively broad selection: Stone, Bear Republic, Middle Ages, Victory, Dogfish, Rouge...and on and on. Definitely best place in the general area of Northwestern Westchester. The selection of Stouts continues to improve!!! I go in here at least once a week.

3/30/06
They now also carry Avery, Stone (a larger selection than before), Anderson Valley, Ommegang, Flying Dog, North Coast Brewing, Keegan, Lake Placid, Wolaver's, Chimay, Southampton, St. Bernardus 12 cap, Corsendonk, etc. If they don't have what your looking for, ask and they will try to get it in.

04-18-2004 21:43:57 | More by BadBadger
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Beverage World in Peekskill, NY
93 out of 100 based on 16 ratings.