Capa (497) DC, Washington DC | May 19, 2015
- AMBIANCE 1/5
- SERVICE 6/10
- SELECTION 12/15
- FOOD N/A
- VALUE N/A
- OVERALL 15/20
Since the previous reviews, the owner has retired and recently sold this place to the developers of the strip mall. So far, near as I can tell, the beer selection remains the same- pretty dang good, considering this is a grocery. It feels a little beat up and old on the inside. The beer cooler is in the back and takes up a fair portion of the wall. Loads of sixers, 12s, bombers, with a good helping of things I haven’t seen elsewhere in the Bremerton/Silverdale area. By no means is this a destination, but this is a very good option if in town for a bit and wanting to try some PNW brews beyond the standards. Basically, an old grocery with a respectable beer selection. Worth a stop.
robforbes (24) Bremerton, Washington | February 20, 2009| Updated May 22, 2009
- AMBIANCE 3/5
- SERVICE 7/10
- SELECTION 10/15
- FOOD N/A
- VALUE 6/10
- OVERALL 13/20
they have just extended their ’good beer’ selection, now carrying lost abbey, and port brewery, and many others.
they have quite a few beers that you cant find in the normal market, most of the port townsends, they have samual smiths, dogfish head, laughing budha, and other rarer beers. they also carry lots of brews from the old eastern block, and the baltics.
the prices are pretty reasonable and the staff is always helpful, and asks if there is anything you need. they always have a bunch of beers that are "priced for quick sale".
the beer and wine manager always asked if there is anything he can try and get, i have yet to take him up on this though.