Bottles | Providence, Rhode Island
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Exceptional based on 2 ratings
Type: Beer Store

141 Pitman Street
Providence, Rhode Island United States 02906 [ print map ]
401 372 2030 | facebook | twitter

Hours: Mon-Sat 9AM-10PM, Sun 10:AM-6PM

Bottles: 250


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2 reviews for Bottles
 Ambiance  100%
 Service  90%
 Selection  77%
 Food N/A 
 Value  70%
 Overall  85%
 Rating  77%

  AMBIANCE 5/5   SERVICE 9/10   SELECTION 10/15   FOOD N/A   VALUE 7/10   OVERALL 17/20
LeRose  (12) Massachusetts | December 21, 2012
Small shop and as the name implies it is mostly wine, but a nice collection of beers tucked in the corner. Clean, well lit, nicely organized by style. Selection if larger sized bottles. Seemed hit or miss, so I asked. Because the section is small, they rotate things in and out working with their supplier. It was worth the stop, picked up Founders which I had not found anywhere else local to me. Staff was helpful, not hovering. I hit the area a couple times a month, so a definite place to stop. Only reason for he lower score is the small selection, but understand why. They do seem to treat beer similar to wine, so I expect to see different stock. Nice shop.
  AMBIANCE 5/5   SERVICE 9/10   SELECTION 13/15   FOOD N/A   VALUE 7/10   OVERALL 17/20
auerbrau  (300) Peace Dale, Rhode Island | July 3, 2010
This place just opened in Providence, so I stopped in and was very pleasantly surprised. A clean, crisp new store with a good diversity of craft beer. They have two big shelves of singles, bombers, and big bottles, including a decent selection from Europe and regional microbrews. Light on other national craft beers (very little from the west coast, for instance). Itís a clean, sharp, smartly laid out place that feels a little upscale. I think they do a nice job of high-grading and not just putting the whole line up for every brand on the shelves. Some of the ubiquitous regional sloggers werenít to be seen. However, as a result, the prices were mixed. Somethings I picked up were reasonable (4.99 for Harpoon 100 Barrel bomber, 1.49 for a single of Flying Dog), but others were deceptively high (3.99 for a single can of Gubna). They easily have the best sake selection in the state, with some famous, highly rated names (and according prices). Staff were super-friendly and helpful. There were mixed bottle discounts (if you bought 3 or more big beer bottles, you got a 10% discount, if you bought 6 or more craft beers of any kind, you got a 10% discount). Also, they have a plan where you open a store account and if you spend $500 in a year, they give you a $25 store credit (5%). Finally, you can break six packs and take singles out.

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