Biggest beer store I’ve ever been to. U.S. micro breweries are helpfully laid out by brewery, with easily visible signs. Selection is very large, but makes me question the freshness of the IPAs. Decent prices.
This is a large beer store with a wide selection. They do have lots of international beers from some odd places. What I liked most is that they seemed to have singles of most of the craft beers. Some local stuff, lots of regional stuff, and saga wide selection of seasonal beers, some getting a little old..... For a visitor to the area it was a good place to pick up ticks. Also, Utopia for $340, which I did not pick up......
It’s huge, gigantic selection. I just wish they had more of the hard to find beers. Ratebeer mentions new beers coming to the North East. How come i can’t find them here?
MacBoost (35) Victor, New York | November 30, 2013| Updated March 20, 2016
This store is garbage. Year old IPAs. Expired beer everywhere. All special beer releases go straight to the employees, not the customers. Terrible. I hate this store. If you are buying widely distributed craft beer, check Wegmans across the street, they have cheaper prices but a smaller selection. If you need anything else, go to Hegedorns in Webster.
New location. Despite this inside looks basic, Bottles are sorted by countries but many of them are in other spots. Often hard to find. Bottle count well few thousands...more than any place I went to...but...some of those were past prime. Prices are on higher end still if this place was any closer I would be broke man.
Pretty good, massive, well-stocked beer store. Their selection from most countries is limited to the adjunct lager and it would be good for flags for lots of people. Their U.S. craft beer selection is also good. Quite a few beers on the rebate special shelves as well. Great for the area, only Premier Gourmet may beat it. They sell singles of all their six packs as well.
It’s huge! (That’s what she said.) Well organized in terms of nations, but the American stuff needs to be organized by state. Prices are decent. The workers are moderately aware of their product. Great selection of everything but Belgians.
UDBeernut (348) Saint Johns, Florida | November 28, 2012| Updated November 29, 2012
Had some time this afternoon to kill so I stopped in to peruse. Easily the largest selection I have seen in western Ny. Somewhere between Half Time and Premier Gourmet. I do have to say that selection on the Belgians where light but they had many US crafts I have not seen anywhere. Prices were ok, perhaps a bit on the high side.