Large selection of beers but I did not like how they were set up. Most of them were in 4 or 6 packs and from what it seems you could break them. It was hard to find beer holders for that. Service was ok.
Big liquor store in Burlington area. Large selection of local stuff including Heady and Sip of Sunshine. You can buy single cans which is awesome. Some rare stouts and sours are also available. Must visit if you're in Burlington.
This seems to be the most recommended bottle shop by locals. Their known for their regular shipments of heady topper, fiddlehead, and Lawson's along with most other major Vermont breweries that can. They do sell everything in singles which I appreciate well.
Updating to this to say that this is my go to store, within minutes of my house. Supposedly is the largest selection of the state of Vermont and from my travels throughout the state, I believe that is true. Might be warehouse in style, the selection is what people normally go for.
They get Heady on Wednesdays and S.O.S. on Fridays, check their website to see if they offer Lawson’s bottles on Fridays and Saturdays.
Bottles do grace the shelves practically from every state of the nation with an exceptionally large amount of international brews as well. Anyone passing through Burlington, this is where you go for selection. Seriously, you won’t find anything better in the state of Vermont. Lastly, anyone criticizing the selection here should honestly speak with Vermont’s distributors. Not the Bevy’s fault and no I do not work for this place, my unbiased approach.
I had a real pleasure stopping there before getting back to Canada. Big selection of bottles, but it’s all messed up, you have to look almost in every 4 pack to see if you couldn’t find some forgotten beers, I even got some bottles from New Zealand. Staff was friendly. Best stop on our way back to Montreal
This place was bloody brilliant. Reasonably friendly staff. Massive selection. Enormous plus point for me was that you could make a mixed six pack from almost everything on stock (only some bigger sealed cases were off limits, anything open was fair game). Prices were decent on most stuff. If I lived in the area, this would be my go to place for craft beer. Awesome!
Franckg (70) Trois-Rivieres, Quebec | July 12, 2016| Updated July 19, 2016
Looks like an alcohol flea market. Wine, liquors, beers... everything is in there. Beer section is in the left. Huge selection, some rarities and lot of imports, 6-packs. However, there’s a lack of fridge. If you want HT of Lawson’s SoS, you should go to Waterbury. If you’re not searching for rare stuff, WBW is the place.
Not sure what was happening when I visited here. There were loads of staff rushing round making big work, while at the same time there was little of interest on the shelves. Lots of dust. Lots of gaps. Underwhelming, really.
Visited 7-15. Honestly don’t see what all the hype is. I went in expecting this place to be insane, but it was a letdown. I’d say this was the least interesting bottle shop I went to on my trip. It’s big, but it felt like the majority of it was liqour and other things. Beer was all the way down on the left. Selection was meh. Coolest thing I saw were FiftyFifty Eclipse bottles behind glass. The main beer selection was full of mostly stuff I can get in my Buffalo, NY market and macro beers with tons of very old and past prime IPAs. They had a few limited VT things there like 14th Star, Lost Nation, Foley Brothers, Frost, Rock Art, but I felt it was seriously lacking. Prices seemed solid on stuff. Ended up not buying anything. I’m guessing that the main draw here is the release days for Heady and SoS. If you’re just going to buy beer on others days I would look elsewhere. Craft Beer Cellar in Waterbury and even Crossroads impressed me more.