Not too far off the interstate in a residential area. Small free dedicated parking lot near a small creek. Good selection of beer, a fair amount of labels, and pretty good prices. Sometimes they have some interesting meads. Unfortunately they do not seem to break up some six-packs now. Helpful staff. If you go past Hagerstown on the interstate this place is worth the stop.
sloth (83) Ceciltucky, Co., Maryland | July 26, 2016
Couple miles down the road from the hotel we were staying at in Hagerstown. Like others have said it’s in a residential area. Handy for sure if you live in that neighborhood! Small place, tight quarters, fair selection. Didn’t like that some of the product was not priced but what was priced seemed fair. Fella workin the counter was busy on the phone, for like the 15 minutes i was there so never got a chance to talk with him. Hell, he rang me up while he was yammerin on the damn phone. Found a few brews i,d not seen before. Grabbed a bomber and hauled my ass outta there as the boss was waiting on me. nice place, fair selection and not busy at all on a monday morning. Worth a stop if yer in the "neighborhood" for sure.
I’ve been to this store a few times since I have in-laws in the area. Kind of outta the way east of Hagerstown on 64, easy to miss small-looking liquor store. Inside though they have a great selection including beer intentionally aged! Great beer selection, so so wine and liquor. Also for beer single bottle selection is limited, no mix 6’ers or anything. I make a point to stop here when I can, have found some nice gems. Best beer store (I know of) in Washington County.
Good selection here with stuff randomly strewn about. In the middle of nowhere so I imagine they have some good finds here and there. Solid service. Prices weren’t terrible but not great either. Worth a stop if you are in the area for some reason.
This was a nice gem to find in Hagerstown. As we entered this warehouse looking facility, we noticed the abundance of beer and mere hint at wine and liquor. As I pulled some more expensive bottles off the shelf, we were immediately helped by the staff and offered some rarities from their cellar. The prices are good, though do not fret if you see a high price tag - check the vintage before you squeal. There was DFH 120 Minute for $24.99, but it was from 2007. That, is a fair price for a vintage beer, in my opinion. I will surely visit this liquor store again as my adventures take me close to Hagerstown.
This is one of the few liquor stores in Maryland which are beer first and liquor and wine second. Half the store is beer and they have a lot of seasonals and some rarities. The staff is hardcore passionate about beer and is friendly and loves giving recommendations. I wish they had a pick six section but that might be coming. All in all a very nice store.