Never imagined finding such an extensive micro selection while in a beach town in the heart of winter! Founders, DFH, terrapin, lagunitas, local NJ stuff, & much more! They have a tiny make your own 6 pack section & a good amount of large bottles. Staff was knowledgable & courteous. Enjoyable experience!
Decent beer selection for a liquor store, but a very nice selection for a liquor store in this area. Prices are probably too high, but on par for where you are. You could do a lot worse than to go here for beer. They had Carton cans, which is nice for those of us that live in NJ and even more so for those that do not.
Stopped in here earlier today to check out the local selection. More of a liquor store than bottle shop, about a 85-15 ratio toward wine / liquor. A little cramped once you get inside with all of the beer in the back isle. Service was decent, I was asked if I needed help twice. Quality is pretty good, I checked a few bottles and nearly all were fresh. Selection was surprisingly good, albeit a little small, for a liquor store of this size. I saw a few bottles of Firestone §ucaba, a few bottles of B. Nektar, a bunch of DFH and plenty of six and four packs. Prices were good and comparable to some of the other places in the area. Overall, a decent little store with a good selection and prices that is right downtown. Not the best in the area, that’s Joe Canal’s in Rio, but more than serviceable for where it is located.
Ambiance: Smallish place in a half-warehouse sort of building in the middle of town. Standard liquor store interior. Clean. Service: Friendly, but not particularly useful when it comes to beer. Selection: This is literally the only place to buy retail beer in town. The selection was reasonable in that light. About five cases of sixers from macros to a few micros, with some foreign jobs as well. About a case and a half of singles. Can’t break sixers. Mainly a wine town, reflected in the store here. Food: NA. Value: Actually surprisingly reasonable. If I ran this place, I’d be charging a lot more since I’d be the only game in town. Overall/Notes: Again, the only game in town. Here on vacation, picked up a six of Hoegaarden, a six of Sam Adams Oktoberfest, and singles of Unibroue Ephemere and New Holland Dragon’s Milk. Enough here to get the job done.
Petite place charmante, mais pas super pour les amateurs de bières. On y retrouve quelques victory, rogue et stone, mais pas de grandes surprises. Les prix sont également asser élevés. Préférable d’aller chez Joe canal discount liquor store à rio grande.
slipkrash (2) Cherry Hill, New Jersey | November 27, 2006| Updated March 6, 2015
Vastly improved from when I last reviewed this place almost 10 years ago. The selection size isn’t too bad, but they definitely have stuff in there not found in other local stores. Was able to pick up some Clown Shoes and Carton beers, so I consider that a win. Will be going back more regularly.
So so. You can’t break six packs. There are only about 25 beers sold as singles. There was some Salty Dog and some River Horse as I recall. Not much interesting. Oh yes, Flying Fish, and some Victory. There was one bottle of Dogfish Fort (750ml), which was unusual in its presence. I think there were two other liquor stores in Cape May but I didn’t venture into them and they looked smaller than Collier’s.