Jobi Liquors

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Jobi LiquorsJobi Liquors

Type: Store

170 Cambridge Street
Boston, Massachusetts, 02114
United States

(617) 227-9235 | map

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Added by Prufrock on 05-27-2006

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Reviews by CpnYates:
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3.2/5  rDev 0%

Stepped into this store while in MA for work. Was greeted not by the store clerk but some rather drunk college girls. At my age this is still a plus. Anyhow I picked up a Berkshire pale ale and checked out. The selection seemed pretty decent, but then again I am not sure what passes for good selection up here.
I saw Smuttynose, Sierra nevada, Victory, Berkshire, and a bunch of Macros.
There was one employee, and he was busy checking out. While no help was offered, none was needed, and when i checked out he was friendly. Anyhow, nice store.

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3.5/5  rDev 0%

Visited March '06.

Small liquor store near MGH with a decent selection of New England sixers and a few others. Wine section in the back, some liquors, and ten fridges or so of beer.

Half the fridges packed with macros and lots of crappy malternatives. No singles.

Selection of sixers includes Wolaver's, Long Trail, Sam Adams (Boston Lager and seasonal), Great Divide, Ipswich, Dogfish Head, Magic Hat, Otter Creek, and Sierra Nevada. Nothing you can't get elsewhere, but a decent selection and much better than other stores in the area.

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Jobi Liquors in Boston, MA
3.35 out of 5 based on 2 ratings.
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