Cavetown Liquors

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Type: Store

11905 Mapleville Road
Cavetown, Maryland, 21783
United States

(301) 824-2511 | map
cavetownliquors.com

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Added by chOAKbarrell on 11-22-2005

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3.2/5  rDev 0%

This midsize store can be found about 6 miles off exit 35 on interstate 70.

It's not the greatest store, but it is about all you have to choose from in the area that will offer you craft beer. I have seen: Delirium Noel, Black Sheep Ale, Merlin's Ale, Sierra Nevada, Samuel Adams, Magic Hat, Dogfish Head, Wild Goose, Blue Ridge, and there are a lot of imports, like Peroni, Elephant, Russian & Japanese beers, etc.

The service isnt much. Some times there is an asian couple working who dont really speak english and dont understand anything you say. And a mentally handicapped/challenged/ retarded guy who isnt much help either.

There is a singles rack where you can make your own six pack, but it is unfortunately pretty tiny. Now and then you can find some interesting things on it, but there's also malternatives and crap like that on the rack for some reason.

I wouldnt recommend going out of your way to check out this store, but maybe if you're on 70 and need a beer badly, give it a try.

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Cavetown Liquors in Cavetown, MD
3.2 out of 5 based on 1 ratings.
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