Very small beer/wine/liquor store. Their beer selection has several shelves of unrefrigerated bombers, then fridges full of bombers and sixers. Good selection of the usual regional craft beers. You might be able to find a few diamonds in the rough. Prices were reasonable, but not spectacular.
GMCC2181 (81) Newark , Delaware | October 7, 2010| Updated October 11, 2010
Stoped by on a wednesday night. Typical liquor store ambiance. Nice selection of craft beer for a small store. Lots of local (east coast) beer and good wine/liq selection. Employees are willing to help and are interested in craft beer. Nothing special about it, just a nice place to grab a craft beer if you are in the trolly square area.
Small store that has a fairly equal balance of wine, beer, and liquor. The beer selection isn’t always great. It is usually best around the fall and christmas seasons, but they do get their hands on some wacky imports that I’ve never seen anywhere else. I’m talking beers from places like Argentina and Wales. The one warning I can give though is that their warm beer section is in front of a tinted window that I think lets in a little too much light. I’ve had two or three skunked bottles of rare stuff I bought because I had never seen them anywhere else. So if the bottle looks a little dusty on those shelves it’s probably skunked, but if there isn’t any dust, pick it up right away because the next time you come back it might be skunked.