Evergreen Liquors

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Evergreen LiquorsEvergreen Liquors

Type: Store

5809 Buckeystown Pike
Frederick, Maryland, 21704
United States

(301) 663-0121 | map

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Added by CraftBeerTastic on 06-21-2012

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3.38/5  rDev 0%
vibe: 2.5 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 2.5

This would have to be considered one of my favorite stops for cheap Sierra Nevada and the occasional rare release from Flying Dog. They also have many core offerings from breweries like Dogfish, Saranac, New Belgium and Anchor. Obviously the place caters more to the 'working man' - with plenty of Bud and Miller 30 packs stacked around; but they do have a few areas of the store that I check frequently for that unexpected 6-pack of Pete's Wicked or Goose Island.

It's a rather small place, but they utilize the square footage well. There is a younger girl with glasses that I always go to with any questions. She seems to know if any new offerings are on their way, or what seasonals they might be getting in. There is also a taller guy who has helped me carry my beer to the car on a number of occasions when buying multiple cases.

If their selection doesn't do it for you, their prices should. They are the cheapest place around for Sierra Nevada 12 packs and the pricing on their other stuff is either in line or slightly less than the competition.

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Evergreen Liquors in Frederick, MD
3.38 out of 5 based on 1 ratings.
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