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Beer Available At Perry’s Liquors (arranged by most recent)
El Segundo Hammerland DIPA 97, Modern Times Universal Friend: Pinot Grigio 77, Lagunitas CitruSinensis Pale Ale 97, Anderson Valley Highway 128 Blood Orange Gose 91, Fantôme Pissenlit 97, De la Senne Taras Boulba 91, St. Bernardus Christmas Ale 99, Stone Delicious IPA 96, Ballast Point Grapefruit Sculpin 99, Duvel Tripel Hop 2014 (Mosaic) 96, Monkish Arrivant , Lagunitas Born Yesterday Pale Ale 99, Knee Deep / Kern River Deep River Double IPA 98, Noble Ale Works Waimea Showers 81, Crooked Stave Autumn Surette 97, Firestone Walker Opal 96, Bottle Logic Hanamachi 42, Bootleggers Rocco Red 72, Pizza Port Chronic Amber Ale (2011-) 45, Belching Beaver Hop Highway IPA 92
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ajm (192) Los Angeles, California | June 28, 2009| Updated September 3, 2009
98 AMBIANCE 5/5 SERVICE 10/10 SELECTION 15/15 FOOD N/A VALUE N/A OVERALL 19/20
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.
DYCSoccer17 (324) Woodland, California | June 14, 2009
88 AMBIANCE 2/5 SERVICE 10/10 SELECTION 15/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 6/10 OVERALL 17/20
Likely the best selection in all of California. Looks like a typical liquor store in a strip mall, but there is a massive beer selection in the back of the store. You name it, they have it. Tons of Lost Abbey stuff, like Red Poppy, CdT, etc etc. Westy, lots of RRs, including batch 23, Cantillon, Alesmith, Bruery, Nogne, numerous other Scandinavian brews. They had some Dieu du Ciel as well. The beers were fairly priced.
Harpreet is a very enthusiastic guy with a ton of plans for this place. A lot of the beer I mentioned is located in the back rooms, so ask for him and he will likely show you around back there. Just make sure you bring your wallet, because there are so many insatiable goodies here.
GG (15) NorCal, California | June 13, 2009
88 AMBIANCE 1/5 SERVICE 10/10 SELECTION 15/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 3/10 OVERALL 18/20
OK, so at the recommendation of this site and a few others, I made the trip over to Perry’s. Met up with Harpreet who introduced himself to me by asking "So, do you like good beer?" Absolutely, was my reply and he takes me in the back and shows me the crates of Westy that he has for sale, Red Poppy, and others then takes me deeper and more beer that wasn’t even in the refrigerated section. Fantastic selection and this is a MUST visit if in the area. The ONLY thing is the prices of beer are REALLY, REALLY high. But, he stated if we could find a beer cheaper he’d sell it to us for that price or cheaper so I have some homework to do. Great store, albeit very expensive.
Gypsy19 (11) California | June 6, 2009| Updated August 7, 2009
86 AMBIANCE 1/5 SERVICE 10/10 SELECTION 14/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 7/10 OVERALL 18/20
Okay, so this is where I’ll be going all the time from now on. The guy you want to talk to, either on the phone or in person, is Harpreet. He’s one of us - a real beer enthusiast who knows a lot about rare, hard to find, world-class beer. He specifically mentioned that he tries to get RB Top 50 beers. His selection was apalling - stuff you won’t find anywhere in NorCal, or even SoCal for that matter. Forget San Francisco, this place has all that stuff and more. My 75-mile drive didn’t seem that long once I got out of there. Just hit him up, mention that you’re an RBian, and he’ll let you know what he’s got. You’ll be glad you did.
robertjm (17) Albany, California | April 26, 2009
82 AMBIANCE 2/5 SERVICE 9/10 SELECTION 13/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 7/10 OVERALL 17/20
Saw this place listed either here on Ratebeer, or some other beer rating place so I stopped by on the way home from a Sharks game. Mind you it was about 12:30am, but the guys working were very happy to help me. The first guy I met called the manager out, who proceeded to walk me through the huge beer section, especially pointing out the rare Belgian and trappist items them just got in. Then he took me in the back to where he had some special one-sy two-sy bottles. We talked beer for over 20 minutes and he didn’t seem bored. More along the lines of a guy who enjoyed talking beer! I could EASILY have walked out spending a couple hundred on rare and unique beers. Will definately be back sometime in the next month to check out his Belgians. Also, he seems to have the largest selection of the SoCal biggies (Alesmith, Lost Abby/Port and Stone) that I’ve seen of any Bay Area brew stores. This guy deserves your business if you’re anywhere near Livermore/Pleaanton!
Taverner (83) San Ramon, California | March 21, 2009
88 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 9/10 SELECTION 14/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 7/10 OVERALL 17/20
Beer Geek Paradise!!!! Just stopped by this place, and believe it or not they outdo most Bay Area Craft Beer meccas! I picked up some Alesmiths, some Port, some Lost Abbey and some Elysian. If its available in the Bay Area, its here. If its not availalble, they might just have it anyway. Harpeet, the guy who runs the place is really cool and is a beer geek like us all. Give a shout out to him if you stop by!
joeneugs (184) Livermore, California | March 9, 2009
88 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 9/10 SELECTION 14/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 7/10 OVERALL 18/20
Just take a look at the awesome selection of beer at this place and that will tell you everything you need to know. Over the last eight months or so, Harpreet has turned this into one of the best beer stores in the east bay. And if you can’t find what you want, he will do what he can to get it for you. The staff says that people are coming all the way from San Jose just to check it out, and I believe it. My only complaint is that it tends to be a little pricy, but with all the world class imports they have, I guess thats to be expected. Word is, they may be looking into getting a tasting bar with up to four taps for sampling. If that happens this will definitely be a must stop for anybody traveling to the east bay. I’m happy I live in Livermore, so I get to stop in at least weekly. Good job!
helllagoodboy (1) | December 7, 2008
90 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 10/10 SELECTION 14/15 FOOD N/A VALUE N/A OVERALL 18/20
NOTE: older reviews might not be reliable now that a new beer guy has taken over this place and he has changed this place for the better. this is a great place to get good beer and their selection just keeps getting better. they have a lot of beers to choose from barrel aged jolly pumpkins, many of the russian rivers, lost abbey and port, firestone 12 to name a few. the service here is second to none, if harpreet is in, he will go out of his way to help you with what you want. this place definitely ranks up there along with ledgers and monuments.
fidel (105) Livermore, California | July 12, 2008| Updated September 8, 2009
94 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 10/10 SELECTION 14/15 FOOD N/A VALUE N/A OVERALL 19/20
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.
Aubrey (74) Bellingham, Washington | November 27, 2007
52 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 6/10 SELECTION 7/15 FOOD N/A VALUE N/A OVERALL 10/20
Not the greatest beer store (small, limited selection, and haphazard bottles), but they had a lot of Cali micros that I can’t get in Colorado, so I was satisfied. When I brought $60 worth of beer up to the counter (most of which was IPAs and double IPAs), the clerk told me I had some good stuff picked out. He was rather friendly. He asked about our tasting party and I told him we were from Colorado visiting for T-day, and we were about to throw down. We all laughed, and then I coughed up a lot of dough for just one box of beer.
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