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Well, if you're willing to go to Manchester, I imagine Manchester Wine & Liquors would have plenty. That's a great store, but not terribly close...
That is a bummer. I loved grabbing the occasional 12-pack of cans.
I worked for Jeff for awhile. He is 100% committed to quality beer, 100% of the time. Boston folks should get psyched about this.
I think City Steam is worth a visit!
I got a six-pack at Trader Joe's (West Hartford) of all places.
Zero Gravity and Rising Tide were mentioned, but those would be my two picks.
Always loved this. One of my favorite breweries as well.
I am by no means a VT expert, but I think Zero Gravity beers are as good as it gets. Across all styles, they just kill it.
That'll teach me to Internet.
Oh god. Epic facepalm.
I had no idea what the hell you were talking about, so I Googled it. That's totally bananas. I don't even have a beard and I think that's a little...
I'm from the Cape originally, but that's definitely not "my part" of the Cape either. I'd echo the Moonshine suggestions, they really have a nice...
The new Sierra Nevada is outstanding. They've been killing it with 12-packs all year. The new Kölsch is wicked tasty.
I haven't checked out Craft Beer Cellar yet, but the original store in MA is outrageous. I live in Newington, and I think the CT Beverage Mart...
Looks like you clicked on the beer from Leinenkugel, and not Moat Mountain. Moat's Iron Mike has 200+ reviews.
I'm with the OP. Love everything...
I really need to check out Kay's. Only 20 minutes from me. Maybe tomorrow.
Go to Cambridge Brewing Company.
Falmouth is nice. Holiday traffic will be brutal though.
I'd second the new Red Nun. Kind of a big, echoey space. But really cool. Tap list was pretty righteous, as far as I'm concerned. They had...
Moonshine Liquors and Cotuit Liquors are solid choices.