NYHarvey (124) New York, New York | August 29, 2006| Updated March 27, 2007
March 27th re-rate. New ownership has started picking up way more inventory and seems poised to become very beer focused. WOrth a special trip now!
Decent selection is a mix of standard stuff availible in the bay area and a few special orders. Prices were pretty good. It’s a standard Liquor/Wine store first set up, but they are worth a visit if you are in the area (not worth a special trip though).
redave (9) squaw valley, California | May 28, 2006
Brandon. Just a few doors down from Old Chicago. So if you didn’t get enough hops, head down to Kingdom where the IPA [plus] will give you some choices to take home with you.
I’m pretty sure they have every available Dogfish Head offering.
I think i tried them all! As I’m not from the east coast, i was able to try many different brewery IPA’s and even double IPA’s.
When you first approach this place, it is small looking, and narrow, and may not hit you as a great beer shop. Head straight on in, and go down the middle. Lots of imports and better yet, American Micros on either side of the isle. Most aren’t refrigerated, but then neither does BevMo. They do have both IPA’s and even double IPA’s refrigerated, so you can take them home and enjoy right away. I’m not sure abut Dogfish prices, they seem a little high, but this might be normal.
This place is absolutely worth checking out.
crizay (128) Brook Park , Ohio | February 19, 2006| Updated April 23, 2006
4 doors down from Old Chicago, small selection but once again another small place with good brands and a few goodies other places don’t have.
So I’ve been here a few more times now, and they really do have a great selection now, some really rare hard to find stuff that’s always pricey but there prices beat other places, Pangea $8.49 compare to Beverage Castle at $13, JP Macaibo Especial $7.49, BC is $13, a few averys for $5.99, still have the Meph, I really could spend my whole paycheck there, hope the selection stays as good but keep bringing in new beers.
nick76 (104) Tampa, Florida | August 5, 2005| Updated May 10, 2009
A very nice place to pick up craft beer, wine, and liquor. A great little store! The owner and his wife are very friendly. They have a great selection of micro brew singles and even the common stuff if your into that. They have some of the best hard to find beers in the area. Deepak is one of the best shop owners that you will ever know. He and his wife are like family to me and I buy most of my beer from this shop. Even if your not in Brandon it’s worth a trip to get your beer. A must see.
Palidor19 (11) Brandon, Florida | July 15, 2005| Updated June 21, 2009
This place is small and narrow, but it has a certain charm with a great microbrew selection. This is where
I picked my Avery and Flying Dog
matta (91) Tampa, Florida | November 10, 2004| Updated March 6, 2006
This is a great little liquor store that specializes in somewhat rare and distinguished beverages. This store has a great little selection of Avery, including the 22oz bottles, DFH, including the 120 and WWS, Left Hand, Rockies – Bolder Brewing, Shipyard, some Rogue, Great Divide, and a sweet little selection of Imports... with the strangest being things like De Ranke XX and Cantillon Kriek & Gueuze.
The prices are great and they have most of their beer warm and cold. This place is directly next door too Old Chicago… which is a Brandon Must Stop!