Jow (485) The Hop, Massachusetts | January 16, 2021
Right near my kids ice skating rink. So excited to have this near my house. Very neat and nicely organized store. Didn’t have too much time but great selection of single cans, lots of cider ( yea back inn cider country) and nice sake selection. Including a koshu I’ll splurge on once I get job. Anyways very cool spot
Massive liquor store with a big beer selection. Sells singles, which is always a plus. Considerable bomber aisle with some rarities and out of production beers available. Definitely worth the stop in the Greater Worcester area.
Haven't been to too many big bottleshops in the US, do this review might be concidered as a Noob-review. However, I felt really happy coming here. I saw great stuff in the likes of xyauyu , ice cider, cantillon, unique de la senne ( us only, which I Always crave ) , great EU beers allover, actually. Also great Americans. very decent pricings, and the staff was extremely helpfull and friendly. I quite loved this stop !
Large place full of foodstuffs and any kind of alcohol you could possibly want. 2-4 aisles of craft beer to the right. Wide selection with some rarities. Employees were available, offered help, and were helpful when help was needed. Prices astronomical, but there is a 15% discount for six or more bottles. Customers are allowed to pull singles from six packs. Overall recommended.
A well-organized and well-stocked beer selection, with many local beers (including Jack’s Abbey and Trillium). The staff were quite helpful and pointed out some Finback Chromoscope that I had otherwise overlooked. Worth a detour for sure.
One of the best beer stores I have ever been to. Incredible selection. 15% discount for buying 6 or more singles. Tim is the beer manager and was generous with his time talking beer and showing me what not to miss. Worth 30 minute drive out of Boston.
It’s a great liquor store full of all kinds of goodies i can’t in PA. As a bottle shop it’s a real destination place full of all kinds of new and rare beers plus they sell a large number of local and regional craft beers. love the generous pick six options as well the solid service.
Great beer store, with tons of good stuff I couldn’t necessarily get around the D.C. area. Lots of locals and stuff from Connecticut and Rhode Island. Also a lot of Lost Abbey/Port, and other good stuff. Good Belgian and Lambic selections as well. Worth a stop if you’re on the way to Armsby Abby or bloody Tree House.