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Beer Available At House of Wines (arranged by most recent)
B. Nektar The Dudeís Rug 90, Deschutes Jubelale 96, Hoppin Frog King Gose Home 70, Stone Smoked Porter - Chocolate & Orange Peel 64, Southern Tier Sonnet 95, Stone Old Guardian - Oak Smoked 97, Stone Crime 35, Founders Dark Penance Imperial Black IPA 98, Great Divide Heyday 46, Legend Valley Cranberry , Stone Mattís Burning Rosids Imperial Cherry Wood Smoked Saison 93, Founders Backstage Series #10: Dissenter Imperial IPL 98, Deschutes Black Butte XXVI 99, Woodchuck Private Reserve Pumpkin Cider 27, Two Brothers Atom Smasher 59, Revolution Oktoberfest Revolution 86, New Belgium Pumpkick 61, Heavy Seas Uncharted Waters: The GreatíER Pumpkin 96, Rivertowne Headless Wylieís Pumpkin Ale 69, Deschutes Foray Belgian Style IPA 93
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inside20 (6) Kentucky | April 3, 2014
74 AMBIANCE 5/5 SERVICE 9/10 SELECTION 14/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 5/10 OVERALL 9/20
They have a pretty good selection of beers. They get some good beers from Fat Heads, Revolution, Ale Smith, Founders, Hoppiní Frog, Jackie Oís, Three Floyds, The Bruery, Ballast Point, Stone... the list could go on.
I have a few gripes about this place. First of all, they sell a very limited amount of single bottles in a cooler. Those are overpriced. $4.99 for Founders Breakfast Stout. I buy it for $3.49 in Kentucky where the beer taxes are higher. Second, they do not stay on top of how old their IPAs are. I was in there today and found some Fat Heads Head Hunter is is older than I would like to buy but barely within the date of what Fat Heads personally told me the shelf life for that beer is. They also have Founders Double Trouble that is almost a year old. I know that some may like to cellar DIPAs.... not this guy. Last, and this is my biggest problem with this store, they donít sell single bottles. Sure, they have a few beers in a cooler that are sold as singles, but they are all overpriced. I am used to shopping at stores that will sell every beer in the store as a single bottle by taking the price of the four or six pack and dividing it accordingly. I think this store would be way more successful if they sold single bottles and had someone who knew more about beer to push what needs to be sold quickly so that it doesnít go past the "enjoy by" date.
JStax (168) Devola/Marietta, Ohio | February 2, 2013
82 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 9/10 SELECTION 12/15 FOOD 10/10 VALUE 8/10 OVERALL 16/20
If you live in the area, odds are you donít even know this place is around. When you do figure it out though, itís like finding a bag full of money in an old barn. The beer and wine selection at this restaurant/retailer is the best in at least a 50 mile radius. 700 plus labels of beer and more than 3000 labels of wine to choose from (according to the owners). This place has never let me down. They always have and Iím sure always will have something Iíve never heard of but am willing to try. If you are willing to buy a case, the owner will special order something for you regardless of what it is. The two owners, an older couple, are both great knowledgeable people on beer and wine. The food is all made from scratch and is magnificent. The food can be a bit pricey but it is well worth it. The beer is priced reasonably though. Most beers arenít refrigerated but as far as Iím concerned, if you canít wait for it to get cold, youíre probably a drunk that shouldnít be drinking anyway.
weihenweizen (191) Charleston Area, West Virginia | March 2, 2010| Updated May 10, 2013
78 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 12/15 FOOD 8/10 VALUE 9/10 OVERALL 16/20
Best selection in the Mid-Ohio Valley. New owners have arranged the beer so you can more easily see what is available. Some singles of large format bottles and some singles of the more expensive brews. My biggest complaint is they donít allow breaking up six-packs or four-packs. Has some harder to get stuff and most of his beer is a great value. The restaurant has really good food. Dining decor is a little dated. I have gotten some older beer that has been past its prime, so look at the date is possible. They get some AleSmith, seasonal Three Floyds, trappist, along with other highly rated beers. Overall if you live in the area or are traveling I77, I suggest stopping by.
drunkmonkey (1) mineral wells, Alabama | May 6, 2009
100 AMBIANCE 5/5 SERVICE 10/10 SELECTION 15/15 FOOD 10/10 VALUE 10/10 OVERALL 20/20
DEFINATELY THE BEST SELECTION ANYWHERE IN MID-OHIO VALLEY. Erlan the owner is great to do business with and knows good beer.
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