this place is so tits. lil rickety old place mainly sells budlight. but they have an extensive bottle selection! you can find beers not even on the shelf by rumageing through stacked up boxes, and the owner doesnít mind. she is sometimes surly, sometimes very polite. i got to know her and she is actually quite knowledgable about beer. they have a very impressive selection and while i have gotton 1 or 2 sour over aged beers there, its worth it since the price stays the same as the original! found several bottles of very nice 5+ year old anchor ale for only $10 a bottle! great place, would never know its there. a great trading resource for anybody in the area!
AMBIANCE 2/5 SERVICE 4/10 SELECTION 7/15 FOOD N/A VALUE N/A OVERALL 10/20
An unusual place manned by a lady and her two dogs. Yes, she or her daughter? always answers the phone. Boxes and boxes of beer piled up everywhere. If you know itís a new beer, fine, otherwise you may be bringing up a five-year old bottle. No exageration, I found a Sierra Nevada Celebration 2000. Figured I will take a chance at $1.35. ALso good on unusual collectible ceramic mugs. Difficult to walk around so you have to rely on staff. Bottles with amazing amount of dust, like a 100-year old museum. But there was a selection of the usual craft beer lines sold in New York, in addition to some hard-to-gets