Great stop that is like a mile off of 295. They have a wide selection of regional micros and internationals without too much mark up. They usually don’t sell out of rarities, which I snake whenever I can.
It seems that beer is not a priority here anymore. Don’t get me wrong, they still have a selection. Most of the cooler space is dedicated to macros, but there are some regionals...Smuttynose, Yards, Flying Fish, Victory. They have a shelf of Belgians and and other imports. Not worth going out of your way for, but worth a stop if you are in the area and looking for something to take home. Compare this to Foodery in Philly, State Line in Elkton, etc., this place sucks. But I was staying in Mt Laurel, so I picked up some Smuttynose IPA.
I went here on the way to a gathering at the Grey Lodge Pub about a year ago, only to be a bit disappointed - the place is listed as "essential" but I couldn’t find anything out of the ordinary for a good tasting among RB’rs. some local, regional, and belgians, but this place is more of a "good" in the scheme of things. very nice to get beer and other stuff for a party, though!
25 minutes south of Trenton. Mediocre selection. Very few single bottlse. I did find a few good bigger bottles - Allagash 4, Smuttynose Imperial Stout and Big A IPA. Long wall of coolers full of cases and sixpacks - a few good local selections like RiverHorse. Stop in if you’re nearby, but don’t go out of your way.
Jayb0 (2) Cherry Hill, New Jersey | November 4, 2004
This place is certainly above average but it probably won’t blow you away. The instore Dunkin’ Donuts can be a plus for the munchies.
I’m not sure if they’ve cut down, but I found their selection a little lacking. Less than one row of beers (one side was refrigerators and the other shelves). Did find the Smutty Nose Big A IPA and a couple other good beers there. They also had up a couple RateBeer Shelf tags.
This place has changed dramatically in the last few years. About 2-3 years ago they knocked the whole building down and moved it back about 30 feet and expanded it. The result is a store that is much cleaner, and has an expanded wine. beer selection. They do sell singles at times, they are locate right near the imported ale’s section. Most of them tend to be imported as you could imagine. Its a decent store, nice staff, and mostly regional beers.
I don’t know how or why this was rated "essential" because it definatelt isn’t. The selection is a bit above average and there was a nice selection of seasonal Belgians last month. Hard to say that they carry either more by volume or selection than some of the other local places. It’s worth a visit if you’re in the Cherry Hill area but is not a destination in and of itself.
Used to have an excellent selection, its much smaller now. No Westys, nothing unusual. Guess that shelf space went to faster selling beers to pay for the new building. Maybe they will return to above average again someday.
MrBendo (16) Swedesboro, New Jersey | November 9, 2006| Updated October 4, 2007
I’ve only discovered this place recently, so I can’t tell which way the quality is going. But it is the one of the best in the Cherry Hill / Mt. Laurel area. Prices are average. Better than the Circle Liquor in Trenton, but no singles.
I’d say the floorspace is about 1/4 beer, and they’re lite on macros, with extra space for quality brews. They had 4 Stone varietys but no Stone seasonals as far as I’ve seen, SOME bigger bottles of dogfish head.