8 Til Late

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Type: Store

4498 Hendricks Ave
Jacksonville, Florida, 32207-6326
United States

(904) 737-4000

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Ratings: 4 |  Reviews: 4
Reviews by cbak999:
Photo of cbak999
3.3/5  rDev +6.5%

I was impressed with the beer selection, but it seems different everytime I go in there. Last time I went in there, I found 4 different selections of the Boulder Beer - Sundance Amber Ale, Singletrack Copper Ale, Pass Time Pale Ale, and (my favorite of this brewery) Fall Fest Autumn Ale. I have not seen these beers before in Jacksonville. Yesterday I went in for more Fall Fest, and I found an Avery Brewing beer - 14'er ESB ($9.99/6). So hopefully they will continue to get different microbrews in stock. Although it is just a "package" store, the guy behind the counter said that he tries to stock as many different beers possible due to the clientele he has coming into the store. All in all, this store has among the best selection of micros in Jax. Defintely worth a stop; they may have something you have been looking for!

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Photo of arnulfooxblood
2.85/5  rDev -8.1%

8 Til Late (now 7 Til Late) is located in the same plaza as Wine Warehouse. I decided to swing by both of them today. 8 Til Late is basically a strange hybrid of a liquor store and a convenience store with an above average selection of beer (the last time I was there the selection was much better). Unfortunately the beer is pretty expensive and the prices are not marked. To find out what the price is you have to disturb the very disinterested clerk who leafs through a notebook with the prices scrawled on the pages. As long as you don't expect much, this place is all right, but with Wine Warehouse across the parking lot, I'd go there.

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Photo of aleyeast
2.7/5  rDev -12.9%

Stopped on my way to Disney in hopes of getting a few six packs of Florida micro to try in the room. Large selection of Hispanic Beer not just from Mexico, but South America, etc. Neat names, but all is light lager not really worth the effort. Warm beers consisted of a few stacks of hispanic beers and two greek beers. The best of the cold beers were the selections from Boulder, both the Mojo IPA (had not tried before) and Hazed & Infused were available. Several Avery beers were present and it did look like selections were rotated, as suggeted by another reviewer, as there were no rhyme or reason to the layout of beers. It is probably a decent selection for the area, but be sure to know what to expect.

Not many big bottles or imports to speak of either.

BTW, I tried to go next door to the Wine Warehouse, but they are closed on Sunday.

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Photo of Southernbrew
3.55/5  rDev +14.5%

Stopped in while visiting a friend in St. Mary's. Decent sized store, more of a convenience store that carries good beer. Everything I saw was in a cooler away from window, nice. Usual Bud/Miller/Coors but good selection of micros. No Rogue, but Sierra Nevada, Dixie, Unibrou, Sam Smith, some Belgians. Pulling singles is perfectly fine here, good prices too. I picked up a couple bigfoots for not even $2 each. Guy working was nice but not particularly knowledgeable. Nice store, not the greatest selection but a place I would definitely stop in again.

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8 Til Late in Jacksonville, FL
Place rating: - out of 100 with 4 ratings
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