This store is great. Their prices are amazing, absolutely nothing is marked up just because they are the only store to carry it. The staff are very friendly and willing to help, one time I got there ten minutes after they closed and the guy came out and held the store open just so I could come in and grab what I wanted. They are always getting new stuff in, and their belgian selection grows all the time. Overall, you canít beat this store, for the prices and service alone.
You can find Mikkeller, 0lFabrikken, N0gne, De Dolle, etc etc. as well as every american micro that is shipped to MD, including Stone Beers.
This place has an excellent selection. Perhaps due to not being in Baltimore proper it has been overlooked, but is well worth the trip. Belgians (Rodenbach, De Dolle, etc). Uerige and other Germans, British beers, Maryland well covered along with Weyerbacher, DFH, 3F, Smuttynose, Troegs, Clay Pipe, etc.
Bit surprised to be the first. Great store at the intersection of York and Shawan in the county. Recently expanded and has one of the best selections in the area, including some rare items I havenít seen elsewhere. The staff can be helpful and friendly depending on when you are there. Singles shelf, walk-in cooler, apparant large selection of liquor and wine, attached sub shop.
This was a nice find on our way back from hiking in Gunpowder Falls State Park. The store is in a strip center anchored by a grocery store. The place is open with shelved beers and cooler-kept beers. There is a nice selection of local and regional brews with some Belgians sprinkled in, including a fair selection of Lambics. Definitely worth a stop.
An excellent beer store. The clerk said I couldnít take singles out of sixers but they have a good selection of singles anyway. I picked up Troegs Nugget Nectar (main reason for going in the first place), some Rogue, Weyerbacher, Stone Ruination, Bear Republic Racer 5, and some Clipper City. The prices were very good too. I had to get out of there before I did even more damage.
Stopped in here a few time now. Tucked into a nice strip mall is this gem of a liquor store. Walking in you canít help but get a little excited. This place is HUGE. I would say it is as big as the "super" state store near my house but they donít sell beer. The service was decent. They seemed to be more interested in standing outside smoking cigs. rather than answering some of the other peoples questions. I really didnít need any help but they did and there was only one person to help them. The quality was really good. They had plenty of great beers from all over the world. From west coast gems, to the classic belgians. Their liquor selection was phenomenal and so was their beer selection. Any place that carries pappy van winkle deserves a high score in my book. I picked up a magnum of OSA for $15 and a Cantillon Kriek 100% Lambic for $17. The prices were very reasonable compared to most bottle shops in PA. I have no doubt that I will return in the future.
This is more like it. This is a serious liquor store especially when it comes to scotch. The wine is off to the right and the beer is in the back with the BMC way in the back. The beer seems thoughtfully put together with lots if seasonals and a fairly good pick six collection. The prices are 10-20% less then you would find at Calvert and the store is a lot cleaner and the beer isnt gathering dust.
Second visit, first time since joining ratebeer. They now share space with a deli. This is a perfect place to stop if you are heading up to PA or heading back from PA going to BWI Airport. Why? You can avoid the case laws of PA and they have a very nice selection of beer. Some domestics from Victory, DFH, Weyerbacher, Stoudtís, Jolly Pumpkin, Clipper City, Troegs, Smuttynose, etc. They also have a small but good selection of Belgians. I did not find anything too rare on this visit, but I still ended up spending $50. They have a moderate selection of singles for purchase, and they are reasonably priced compared to other shops. This is not too far off the I-83 exit for Shawan Road. Worth a visit.
Wide selection of Mid-Atlantic regionals, and other quality beers. Good singles pricing. Clean store, prompt service, looked like a good wine selection too. I picked up 12 beers that Iíd not had (and thatís hard sometimes, even for a good liquor store) with easily another 20-30 beers that Iíve not had still sitting on the shelves.