Shepherdstown Beer Guide: Your Shepherdstown guide to beer, beer bars, breweries and brewpubs

Latest reviews from Shepherdstown

78 /100 110 E GERMAN ST
“This shop almost makes a beer trip to Sheperdstown worthwhile. The selection is surprisingly good, everthing seemed to be available as singles, and the prices reasonable. The only dissapointment was that the the West Virginia beer selection was pretty sparse. The proprietor was extremely nice. Overall it was a nice experience stopping in.“
Iphonephan 982 days ago
70 /100 107 S PRINCESS ST
“An historic building in the historic center of town makes for a nice ambiance. A dozen beers on tap, mostly ordinary craft, but sadly no WV beers. Not worth a detour.“
Iphonephan 982 days ago
64 /100 107 S PRINCESS ST.
“Visited on 11th October 2017. Huge, single roomed liquor store on the edge of town. Got a huge array of wines and spirits plus a solid range of beers, mostly in multi-packs but plenty of singles too. Most of the beer is more popular brands, didn't see much local stuff. Service was good, prices OK. Worth a look in but Grape and Grains is better.“
WingmanWillis 1190 days ago
76 /100 110 E GERMAN ST
“Visited on 11th October 2017. Really smart wine and beer shop on the main drag through town. It's got a really nice layout, beer at the back, the local stuff was on the bottom row of the cider fridge, the friendly staff helped me find it! Beer range is pretty good with a good mix of brewers and styles. Prices were excellent, service good. Recommend a stop here if you're ever in town“
WingmanWillis 1190 days ago
72 /100 107 S PRINCESS ST
“Visited on 11th October 2017. English themed cafe bar just off the main street but still on the main route into town from the south. Single room with an L shape, bar on the left. 12 taps and a good range of local stuff on, picked up a Big Timber beer here. Stopped for Brunch and the food was good value too. Service was super friendly. Worth a stop if you're in this neck of the woods.“
WingmanWillis 1190 days ago
64 /100 107 S PRINCESS ST.
“Dedicated free parking. Average service. Two big rooms the first has most of the beer, the room on the left is mostly wine. This place has several coolers for six-packs, a row for large format single bottle, and a small section of mixed six-pack for $9.99 during my visit. Average pricing. This place is near Grape and Grains Gourmet and is provably worth a quick little look for most people.“
weihenweizen 1425 days ago
70 /100 110 E GERMAN ST
“On the street parking, get your quarters out. Atmosphere is worn shop. The lady working was pretty knowledable about her stock. Stock is a couple refrigerated coolers in the back left for a couple dozen different six-packs. A couple hundred singles of beer, couple dozen ciders, under a dozen meads, and two taps for growlers. Prices are average to above average. Descent boutique shop.“
weihenweizen 1425 days ago
70 /100 110 E GERMAN ST
“Small bottle shop that has several West Virginia options, in addition to another 100 or so craft beer choices. Limited foreign selection, but hey, they’ve got Orval and Rochefort. Reasonable prices. Helpful worker when I visited.“
argo0 1432 days ago
74 /100 110 E GERMAN ST
“Located in the centre of Shepherdstown, this small and cosy venue looks like a wine shop, but there is a back room with a decent selection of local beer, which is hard to find outside the given states (WV and DC). The staff are very friendly and willing to share their impressive knowledge about the beer they sell. Reasonable prices. Would like to be back one day.“
Bamsen78 1567 days ago
68 /100 110 E GERMAN ST
“A small wine shop with a decent selection of beers from WV, VA and MD which was what we where looking for.“
Meilby 2045 days ago
70 /100 110 E GERMAN ST
“A small shop that at first seemed to be mostly wine, but the beers are tucked away in the back of the store. Rather nice selection with a good classic European range as well as bigger US craft breweries and VA and VW beers. Friendly service, nice price level. Well worth the detour we did to get here.“
yngwie 2045 days ago
62 /100
The Bavarian Inn (Restaurant)
164 SHEPHERD GRADE RD
“Really nice atmosphere of an old style bar. I had a couple of local WV beers and enjoyed the place. They have one room for rent in the place and it would be a cool getaway with a significant other.“
gsmitty80 2147 days ago
78 /100 110 E GERMAN ST
“Very nice little shop. Went in looking for some local beers and picked my own 6 pack. Not too pricey, about 3-3.50 a beer. Service was very nice and helpful. Asked where to go in town and a few other questions. Nice place.“
gsmitty80 2179 days ago
88 /100 110 E GERMAN ST
“This is a great little shop. Front of the shop is wine, back is beer. Nice selection of craft beers, a few local, and some nice Belgian imports. Service was great, friendly, helpful, and knowledgeable. Shops are great when they put a true beer geek behind the counter.“
Maxbier 2188 days ago
68 /100 110 E GERMAN ST
“Small little shop on the main drag of Shepherdstown. Beer is in the back behind all the wine. Reasonable selection considering you are in the middle of a beer wasteland. Prices are reasonable and the person behind the register asked if I needed any help. Don’t expect anything rare or amazing, just solid everyday brew.“
Elwood 3079 days ago
92 /100 110 E GERMAN ST
“Awesome selection! Nice employees who are very knowledgeable! A must stop.“
bshep 3123 days ago
86 /100 110 E GERMAN ST
“Best beer selection in West Virginia... hands down.“
Konbiz 3235 days ago
64 /100
The Bavarian Inn (Restaurant)
164 SHEPHERD GRADE RD
“Big classy hotel restaurant. Travlr and I were almost the only ones there for lunch. Located close to some historic civil war sites, which is cool. Anyways, the food was good and reasonably priced, with great service, though the tap list was sparse and very German.“
evanlarkin 3294 days ago
68 /100
The Bavarian Inn (Restaurant)
164 SHEPHERD GRADE RD
“Large classy place n the Potomac River. Ratskellar was closed so we ate lunch in the dinig room. Food was excellent, service was terrific. Two German beers on tap, plus a bunch of bottles - several of which I had not rated despite having lived in Germany for four years. Antietem battlefield is nearby.“
Travlr 3307 days ago
58 /100
The Bavarian Inn (Restaurant)
164 SHEPHERD GRADE RD
“Very nice German-style inn overlooking the river. I ate in the large dining area, which was elegant and very European. I was expecting a better beer selection, but was happy with my Ayinger Altbairisch Dunkel (my Merchant du Vin rep tells me that they go through more of that stuff than any place on the east coast). Franziskaner, a Pinkus, Spaten Lager, and a couple other Ayingers were available, along with some macros and Sam Smith Oatmeal Stout. Food is incredible--I had wiener schnitzel topped with anchovy and capers with cabbage. Excellent.“
jmuhops 5674 days ago