Warren Store

Discussion in 'New England' started by nimbleprop, Jan 30, 2013.

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  1. nimbleprop

    nimbleprop Initiate (177) Apr 4, 2008 District of Columbia
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    Anyone out there know the best day(s) to hit the Warren Store? What does do they usually restock?
     
  2. celfan

    celfan Disciple (323) Jul 4, 2004 Vermont
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    They seem to get their Lawsons Thursday mid to late morning.
     
  3. jglowe77

    jglowe77 Initiate (0) Jan 24, 2011 Massachusetts

    I called them the other day; they receive Lawson's on Thursday mornings, as the poster above me noted. I told them that I would be going there on a Saturday and they said that there should be some in stock, because its been slow (winter), but I should "get there as early as possible". I guess that means that it still could sell out by Saturday evening.
     
  4. Hiwattowner

    Hiwattowner Disciple (399) Feb 23, 2008 Massachusetts
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    Just a FYI, the place is small, and the amount of beer (and selection) is low - about one frig. Maybe it has gotten more varied, but on my trip during warmer months in 2012, there were just two types of Lawson's, perhaps 4 or 5 bottles of each and with a paper sign taped to the frig asking for a bottle limit per person (maybe 4?).
     
  5. celfan

    celfan Disciple (323) Jul 4, 2004 Vermont
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    depends on the beer - there has been a lot of red spruce bitter hanging around. just saw some in Winooski. the Kiwi and Maple Nipple it arrived with is long gone though.
     
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