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40 /100 6778 MAIN ST.
“Stopped by on a warm Saturday afternoon. The brewery's built inside an older building that doesn't have an obvious provenance. The indoor space is pretty cramped. We had to sit outside on the small concrete patio with out dogs ... why they won't let dogs inside is unclear, since it's now legal in Virginia as long as there is no food preparation on site (which there isn't). The bartender was the one bright spot ... friendly and Johnny on the spot. Unfortunately the beers were so-so at best, so given the not-so-comfortable environs, we didn't stay long, uncompelled to go out of our way again. Brewery #870.“
Braudog 1219 days ago
72 /100
Kelsick Specialty Market (Grocery Store)
“It’s been over 6 years since Kinz’s review of this place, though it’s still spot on. Small beer selection, but only quality stuff and some rarities. Good mead selection as well. The beer guy Warren knows his stuff, and he’s a good guy as well. There is also a selection of gourmet food, and wine. The prices seemed fair. Parking looks ample. If you ever find yourself in Gloucester, be sure to stop by.“
Drake 4098 days ago
58 /100
Kelsick Specialty Market (Grocery Store)
“Kelsick Gardens is primarily a gourmet shop with a nice wine selection. Someone there, however, has taken the time to put in a small beer selection. Although not large, the selection is very well thought out, covering a wide variety of styles from some interesting brewers, particularly US micros. I spun by hoping to find Stone Vertical Epic ’05, which had long since sold out in Richmond. Sure enough, they had it, along with Allagash Curieux and some other nice beers (Unibroue Ephemere, black currant version, which I had never seen in Richmond, etc.). Perhaps not a selection worth going out of the way for, but definitely an oasis in the beer wastelands of Eastern Virginia.“
Kinz 6317 days ago
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