I live in the neighborhood behind this store and for the longest time never even went in thinking it was just a typical ícorner store.í Turns out they have a huge selection of beer! Itís all up front. The rest of the store has your typical overpriced corner store sundries. No real comparison to someplace like The Andersons (my favorite) but really nice for a small town like Marysville. Service is not much more than the guy behind the counter asking he can help you and then ringing you out, but itís nice to just browse sometime. The store is crowded and cluttered and thereís no real sense of order to the beer but if you take your time thereís some gems to be found here. Prices are a bit more than a bigger retailer but I suppose thatís to be expected for a place like this. Iím moving soon but glad I found this place and I hope they continue to focus on a big beer variety.
AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 7/10 SELECTION 9/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 7/10 OVERALL 12/20
(Visited 05/2012): MVP is located on the north side of Marysville in a shopping plaza on Route 31, not too far off 33. There is a good-sized parking lot.
The place is essentially a convenience store and the beer is featured right near the entrance on different shelves.
Marysville is not typically a place to go for craft beer spots, so the selection at MVP is a welcome sight despite not being on the same level as good stores in bigger cities. They carry domestic craft brewers like Avery, Alesmith, Great Lakes, Bells, Rogue, Stone and Coronado. Imports from Belgium, the UK and Germany as well.
Service at the store is pretty good. The guys behind the counter were friendly and asked if any help was needed.
Overall this is one of the few places in Marysville to find a decent craft beer selection.