LaBonne's Market

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Type: Store

22 Academy St
Salisbury, Connecticut, 06068-1834
United States

(860) 435-2559 | map
labonnes.com

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Added by Sam21 on 10-27-2010

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Labonne's is a small New England chain grocery store. It's a small place, but I happened to walk into their beer area and was very surprised at what I found. The cooler section was completely craft beer that featured both local, regional, and national brands. They had all the Berkshire, Great Barrington, and Olde Burnside local stuff, a lot of DFH's lineup including some big bottles, among many others. The prices were very fair for the most part, except for the $16.99 4-packs of Burton Baton, which I have seen around $10-11 at other establishments.

Still, a very commendable collection of beer is available here and the prices are worth it. I love supporting the local breweries while also having access to some of the harder to find stuff and they seemed to have it all within reason. There was even a singles cooler that was packed with things that weren't featured in the larger cooler selection. Plus, they have a sign that says they will order anything you want that they don't carry. I highly recommend it if you live in the area and are in need of another beer store to check out.

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LaBonne's Market in Salisbury, CT
3.63 out of 5 based on 2 ratings.
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