Mixed Six-Packs on the South Shore

Discussion in 'New England' started by brewme, Feb 16, 2019.

  1. brewme

    brewme Crusader (729) Mar 1, 2014 Massachusetts
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    Anyone know of any places on the South Shore (work in Rockland, live in Plymouth) that allow you to make your own six-packs?
     
  2. Foamykeg

    Foamykeg Disciple (318) Jan 24, 2013 Massachusetts
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    Craft Beer Cellar, Plymouth
    Craft Beer Cellar, Braintree
    Bernier’s Liquors
    Luke Liquors, Rockland

    Only ones I can think of right now...
     
  3. brewme

    brewme Crusader (729) Mar 1, 2014 Massachusetts
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    Luke's, like Kappy's in Norwell, only makes available really-old orphans. CBC charges ridirculous prices for mixed six-packs.
     
  4. nathanb47

    nathanb47 Initiate (162) Dec 14, 2010 Massachusetts
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    I work at a store in Kingston and I wish we did but again the pricing is exorbitant and also inventory issues would drive me nuts. CBC you say has ridiculous pricing but its inline with a markup of a single can/bottle price
     
  5. gruffyboy

    gruffyboy Initiate (42) Oct 10, 2014 Massachusetts
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    Yeah, Luke's just has a few random singles for purchase. For me, CBC Braintree is the best bet - I don't mind paying a bit extra for a mixed 6
     
  6. CLipsett

    CLipsett Initiate (26) Jan 4, 2017 Massachusetts

    Muckeys on 44 in Lakeville does also. Easy ride down 44 from Plymouth. Berniers in Bridgewater rocks though, def check them out.
     
  7. LeRose

    LeRose Meyvn (1,426) Nov 24, 2011 Massachusetts
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    Yankee Spirits does, but kind of a haul from Plymouth. cLosest would be Attleboro and Swansea.

    Can confirm that Muckey's in Lakeville does and they have a pretty good selection.

    What about WInes and More in Wareham?
     
  8. DrinkingThe413

    DrinkingThe413 Initiate (46) Jan 29, 2019 Massachusetts
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    Word of warning though, if Yankee Spirits in Attleboro and Swansea are like Sturbridge, you are not able to break a lot of the local 4 packs into singles unless they're already broken on the singles shelf by the staff.
     
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  9. LeRose

    LeRose Meyvn (1,426) Nov 24, 2011 Massachusetts
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    Hmmm...good point. If it is an open four/six pack (ie, not a closed box) I have not had any problems with it. When it is a "box", then they won't let you break it open.
     
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  10. DrinkingThe413

    DrinkingThe413 Initiate (46) Jan 29, 2019 Massachusetts
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    Interesting. I wonder if it's a Sturbridge only policy. They have a section of the more popular local 4 packs (Night Shift, Exhibit 'A' etc.) that have signs saying 'no singles off this shelf'. 90% of what's on the shelves don't have that rule though.
     
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