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Beer Available At Chipís Wine and Beer Market (arranged by most recent)
French Broad Anvil Porter 89, Stone Mattís Burning Rosids Imperial Cherry Wood Smoked Saison 93, Foothills Seeing Double IPA 99, Stone SprŲcket Bier 94, Terrapin Side Project Hopzilla Double IPA 98, Flying Dog Double Dog Double Pale Ale 98, Blowing Rock Imperial Stout , Flying Dog Brewhouse Rarities: Big Black Wit 90, Uinta Sumír 45, The Duck-Rabbit Duck-Rabbator Dopplebock 98, Chimay Rouge (Red) / PremiŤre 99, Chimay Triple / Blanche (White) / Cinq Cents 99, Dogfish Head American Beauty 93, Carlow OíHaraís Celtic Stout 81, Spaten Optimator 96, Great Divide Heyday 46, SKA Ten Pin Porter 50, Affligem Blonde 81, Uinta Monkshine 48, Bells Christmas Ale 59
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DrBayern (39) Morehead City, North Carolina | January 29, 2006
80 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 10/10 SELECTION 10/15 FOOD N/A VALUE N/A OVERALL 16/20
I visited here in January 2006. Very helpful and pleasant staff. The store isnít very large, but about a fourth of it is devoted to beer. As far as I could tell, they carry just about everything that is distruibuted in Eastern NC. They say they have 400 beers, and although I didnít count them I wouldnít argue with that number. They offer everything in singles as well, which is nice. I expect their selection to continue to improve as more and more beeers become available in NC since the 6% cap has ended. Iíll definitely stop by whenever Iím in the area.
JFURYCAT (37) East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania | July 3, 2005
92 AMBIANCE 5/5 SERVICE 10/10 SELECTION 13/15 FOOD N/A VALUE N/A OVERALL 18/20
I went here during the last week of June 2005 and hit the place 3 times while I stayed at the Outer Banks (OBX). The selections Drew mentioned were there along with some Flying Dogs, Rogues, Allagash, Utica Club XX (I remember that one from my young days!), Hebrew Gold, Blue Star North Coast Wheat, Sam Smith and other micros. Tammy and Chip told me that when the 6% cap ends in NC in October they will get some heavier beers (Belgians etc).
Everything is installed (coolers and counters) and the store boasts 400 beers and thousands of wines. A wine university which is connected to this store is starting up for the fall. I was told they were thinking of doing homebrewing workshops but not enough people stay past a week to make it work. The biggest task from this point appears to be wooing the locals
There is now cold beer so hopefully the word on the street will spread. There seems to be a glut of wine places in OBX so I have a good feeling they will stay around.
Drew (44) Kent, Ohio | June 18, 2005
86 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 9/10 SELECTION 13/15 FOOD N/A VALUE N/A OVERALL 17/20
Just opened in early June, 2005. When I visited, a guy was just installing the beer coolers and apologized for not having any cold beer. He also pointed out that you can buy singles of any of the beers. This place already has the best selection of regional an national micros in the OBX area (believe me - Iíve been scouring beverage stores in the area almost every summer for the past 10 years) - Iím happy to have finally found an excellent beer store near the beach. I found brew from Duck-Rabbit, Mash House, Edenton, Weeping Radish, Highland and St. Georges. I talked with the owner, Tammy. She said that they will be adding to the selection once the new "Pop the Cap" NC legislation goes into effect. They are located in a small plaza right at Milepost 6 - look for the big green "6" sign in front of the plaza. This is an essential stop.
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