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Beachwood / Heretic / Stone Unapologetic IPA 96, Great Divide Oatmeal Yeti Imperial Stout 99, Rogue Farms Marionberry Braggot 78, Brash Item Nine 94, Ipswich Route 101 , He’Brew Funky Jewbelation 2013 95, Two Roads Lil’ Heaven 88, Keri Kelli / Kyle Hollingsworth / Stone Collective Distortion IPA 97, Lost Abbey Serpents Stout 100, Slumbrew Porter Square Porter 81, Slumbrew Yankee Swap 71, Jack’s Abby Smoked Märzen 95, Beer Works Fenway American Pale Ale 49, Beer Works Back Bay I.P.A. 86, Beer Works Boston Red 44, Pretty Things Once Upon a Time 1955 Double Brown 75, Uinta Crooked Line Tinder Rauchbier 97, Samuel Adams Latitude 48 Deconstructed IPA - Hallertau Mittelfrueh 77, Anchor Zymaster Series No. 1 California Lager 70, Timothy Taylor Landlord (Bottle) 82
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puboflyons (97) Allenstown, New Hampshire | February 28, 2013
76 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 7/10 SELECTION 13/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 7/10 OVERALL 15/20
This is tucked away on Rt 97 on the western outskirts of Haverhill and looks unassuming upon first glance. It is a convenience store with a package store license.
First of all there were several shelves of bombers featuring many regionals and a number of names I had not seen before. They give a discount if you buy so many (I think 6) bombers. The shelves are jammed with bombers and you have to walk all around the shelves to see them all. There were a few oddities or limited circulation brews. In the back there is a macros beer cooler and a beer cave. Mix & match 6 packs are allowed when you pick from a specific shelf but there was a wide array of choices on that shelf. There were many pots of freshly brewed Green Mountain coffee for sale if you wanted to buy your brews and take a coffee for the road.
It is located next to a restaurant called the Grill Next Door, which has some 45-50 craft brews on tap itself. So you can grab comfort food next door and then go beer shopping when you are finished. How ideal is that? It small in size but big in quality. Worth the visit if you are in this area.
VikingMetalGod (2) Bedford, New Hampshire | July 1, 2009
48 AMBIANCE 2/5 SERVICE 2/10 SELECTION 10/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 5/10 OVERALL 10/20
OK, first is first. Selection is awesome for this tiny place and beer prices are reasonable. That aside, it’s a dive convienience store with a sub shop. One of their specialties is supposed to be brewing supplies. Upon arrival, I found that not only did they have a very small selection of brewing supplies which lacked some of the most basic of items (couldn’t even score a 1 gallon brewing jug), but I have yet to meet an employee there that has any idea about brewing. The brewing items are all coated in dust and their freshness is undoubtedly questionable. I have yet to sample the food there. Good place to go in a pinch if you need sanitizer or an airlock but that’s it.
gameface23 (8) Haverhill, Massachusetts | July 27, 2008| Updated October 24, 2008
70 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 5/10 SELECTION 12/15 FOOD N/A VALUE N/A OVERALL 15/20
A small corner of the store is dedicated to beer, but they have a pretty surprising selection and decent prices. I walked out of there the other day with a Stone Bitter Chocolate Stout, Rogue Chocolate Stout, Hoppin’ Frog B.O.R.I.S. The Crusher, Rochefort Trappist 10 and a few Unibrou’s. A lot of desirable beer crammed into a small area.
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