BitchesBrew (48) Fort Collins, Colorado | September 8, 2005| Updated July 31, 2006
A nice small shop, with good prices and a very nice selection. I stopped by during a DFH tasting and talked shop with a few good beer nerds, including the resident beer-man íNickí. You can sign up for the storeís email list and heíll keep you updated on new arrivals (and some that didnít quite make it to the shelves). I usually hit this store up once a week.
ClarkVV (102) Allston, Massachusetts | August 9, 2005| Updated June 7, 2016
The best beer manager that I have ever met resides here, Nick. Friendly and generous and willing to go out of his way to get you anything you could possibly want. Awesome setup and a lovely store on Newbury street. Prices were more than reasonable. A must stop if you can get there. My biggest problem (not Bauerís fault) is that it is so difficult to get there, as traffic and parking in the area are very very frustrating.
johnnysuede (4) Boston, Massachusetts | November 17, 2006| Updated January 2, 2007
The guys that work here are really very nice. The selection is very good, and I usually have a hard time deciding what I want. Nick is awesome at helping me decide just what I want.
thornecb (72) Marblehead, Massachusetts | June 25, 2009| Updated January 14, 2010
Nice little store on Newbury Street. Convenient to the Hynes T stop and Newbury Comics. Helpful staff is always present - but try and give you whatever limited room you may want for browsing. They donít let you break-up 6-packs which is unfortunate as they usually have a couple of brews that arenít available elsewhere, but donít necessarily warrant the volume. That said, they have a quality selection of local, US and European beers. High prices are as expected for the area.
Nice, classy, pretty awesome place. Good standard selection of brews as well as some more obscure gems...Iíve also heard that there are "hidden" beers that arenít on display. Itís pretty expensive, but probably just because itís on Newbury Street. Definitely worth checking out.
A nice little upscale "boutique" bottle shop in what seems to be a well-to-do part of town. Nick the Beer manager wasnít there, but the two guys behind the cash were friendly and gave me some glassware to go with the boxload of goodies I bought. Plenty of one-offs and oddities, especially with US micros. A few 6-packs, but mostly singles and bombers. Not a huge selection of imports, but all interesting ones. I enjoyed my shopping experience there and will return whenever I get back to Beantown.
Visited here back in October í07 while in town visiting some friends and honoring the funk. Nice little store, but they wouldnít allow me to use their restroom which kind of annoyed me. Maybe they didnít have one. Picked up some stuff from southern tier, alesmith, and smuttynose that I canít get in NC. A rather small selection, as they are mainly a wine and spirit store (surprise), but a decent one with some nice brews. Oh yeah, they also had some 2001 3F gueuze that they had just gotten in that day. Yes, Iíll take 2.
This is a damn fine liquor store right here. Awesome selection of domestic local beers with a few special picks from abroad. Itís more wine-centered I suppose but a traveller will have the difficulty of choice here. Very easy location when staying at the Sheraton.
limited but solid selection. more of wine and liquor store than beer store. on busy newbury street. not great reason to seek out store in itself, but if happen to be in the area could be worth a pop in.