This place is Disneyland for Craft beer drinkers. You can figure on paying about $2.00 for every minute your in the store. I dropped $73.00 in a snap. I scored a couple of beers I really really wanted to try. A New Glarus a Bells and a Founders. I didn’t even get too see everything in back. Would love to make the trek again with a fellow RB fan so send me a email.
Wow! I was thoroughly impressed with Harpreet’s store! I came in and was immediately attended to, shown the beer in front, the cooler in back, and even the special selection in the way back. I had e-mailed prior to visiting, so I actually had a few beers held for me when I got there. By far the best selection in one place that I have found thus far, including the widely sought after Westvleterens! I will definitely be going again the next time I’m in town.
ajm (202) Los Angeles, California | June 28, 2009| Updated September 3, 2009
Harpreet is the man. Somehow guessed that I had called him earlier asking directions then proceeded to give me a tour of the fridge and store room. Has things that nobody - let alone a non-metropolitan shop on the west coast - should have. Earned every bit of his 15 Selection rating. Seems more concerned at times with SD than SF, which strikes me as odd. A touch weak on Belgians but his Scandinavians are solid. Always doing WORK to bring in the rare and semi-retired. Make no mistake though: he doesn’t give them away. That said, worth the trip for most anybody.
let me start by saying i’ve read the complaints about the prices.all i have to say is harpreet is the man .the guy is constantly trying and succeeding to bring in the hottest and most rare of fine brews.we are lucky here in livermore to have someone so enthusiastic about about craft brews.that being said his prices are very reasonable considering his vast selection.i
Incredible selction. I MUST stop by Perry’s every time I head to the bay area from Sacramento. It’s not hard to spend a quick $150 there. VAST selection, and well worth your time to browse every shelf in every door, since you’ll never know what gems you’ll come across. Reasonably priced. Harpreet is very helpful, knowledgable, and inviting. Well worth the time to stop by.
Average looking liquor/conviniance store on the outside stellar beer selection on thje inside. Harpreet is very helpful and friendly. The beer selection is amazing. Prices might be a little high to some but it is a little store not a Bevmo. If you’re in the Bay area defintley check it out!
fidel (114) Livermore, California | July 12, 2008| Updated September 8, 2009
Decent selection of rare 22oz bottles. Seem to be getting better. The clerks always seems to know the beer they have. Update10-18-08: Every time I go in they have a better selection. Keep your eye on this place. Avery, Stone, Alagash,Port brewing/Lost Abbey, Russian River, Hair of the dog, Dogfish head, & very good variety of belgiums. Alesmith, Nogne, Mikeller, Amager, Struise, Westy, Dieu du Ciel, Deschutes, Olfabrikken, BrewDog, 3F’s ..... Lots of new coolers.
Nice selection of beers from all over the world with lots of west coast stuff. The beer manager waited on me and talked a bit after he saw the bottles I was picking up. When I mentioned RateBeer he asked if I would post a review. Nice place with a huge selection.
Harpreet has really taken the beer selections to a new high. The wall of cold storage is just packed full of goodies for every beer drinker. A few backroom specials are always interesting as well. Nice job guys.
wavers1 (41) Notown, California | July 31, 2009| Updated August 13, 2009
Harpeet is a great guy with a true devotion to both good beer and customer service. the selection is amazing, now featuring 32 doors inside the store! wow! there is rare stuff, and a lot of it. has a huge amount of rotation and gets some of the rarest stuff on the planet. i could score this place higher, but i have to save a couple points for when the tasting room opens up!