A little store in Bangor Historic district. Some local, some national. After going to Oak Hill Bev. and Craft Beer cellar, this is very small. If you are staying nearby, it can do the job though.
Sammy (750) Toronto, Ontario | August 9, 2017| Updated August 17, 2017
decent selection of beer although expected more. pretty well some representation across maine. regentrified place, good service and all walkable from the Orono tasting room and from a great nearby bar.
Despite being labeled "wine" store, these guys have a pretty good selection of New England breweries at a decent price for the area. Pretty good service and pretty clean, it’s worth a shot if you’re in the area.
Nice little store in Downtown Bangor, easily within walking distance of Seadogs and the free parking garage in decent weather. About half the store is beer with lots of Maine and other New England micros and craft brews. There were also a fair number of imports, but I was not really looking for imports so I didn’t spend long on that shelf. Staff seemed knowledgeable and friendly, indulging our touristy ways. Prices seemed standard for the area. Overall, worth a stop if you are in the area and looking for local beers. Less cramped and hectic than many small stores so shopping was more pleasant.
Nice cheese, nice wines and a nice selection of maine beers
chriso (721) London, England | April 5, 2010| Updated September 11, 2012
A pleasant place to shop. Plenty of local stuff - Atlantic, Bar Harbor, Penobscot, an Oak Pond that I hadn’t seen elsewhere, but no Andrews when I visited. Didn’t really look beyond the local brews but seemed to have a decent selection. Very friendly and informed service from the beer geekess serving. Didn’t have time to peruse the cheese. Definitely worth a visit if in the area.
Lots of Maine beer. Andrew’s brewing and all of the Atlantic/Bar Harbor brewing line. My only complaint is the lighting is poor, my eyes hurt after looking at all the bottles.
Updated on 11/27/09
Just got new ownership, the shop is laid out differently and feels much better when you walk in. The couple who now own it are delightful and I have high hopes for making this my go-to place for beer.