Haven’t been here since I was a kid. The selection is overwhelming and worth the trip. The staff was very friendly and helpful. If you are looking for a special beer or something new this store has more than any store I have found in lower Fairfield and Westchester.
A little bit dreary. Jam-packed with rows of beer to choose from. Who cares though? It’s a beer store.
Haven’t found an "expired" beer yet, although I haven’t even come close to trying everything there. Haven’t seen any bottles coated in dust. Pretty popular place with a frequent rotation, so the risk of a stale beer is pretty low.
The guys that work there are bored as hell. They can’t seem to be bothered to even say "hi" to you. When you ask if they have a beer, they’ll mumble and point in the general direction of where it is. This has been my experience; your mileage may vary. Not too important as I typically go to browse and don’t want to be hounded by overzealous sales people.
At least two full, double-sided rows of American craft beer and another double-sided row of one-offs and imports (mostly Belgian).
Seems to be relatively standard. Maybe a bit on the high end but nothing ridiculous.
If you live anywhere in south-western Connecticut or lower Westchester this place is a must-try. They’ve got a really great and varied selection. They also regularly update their BeerMenus page (http://www.beermenus.com/places/2177-port-chester-beer-distributor), which is a huge help when trying to figure out where you’re going for your next craft beer!
Great, no frills beer store. This place has really grown over the last few years with an excellent selection and the ability to mix and match any twelve ounce bottles. Pricing on the mix and match is not clear since the per bottle prices are not listed. I’ve never talked beer with any of the staff but i have been offered assistance on occasion. Their organization leaves something to be desired since they merely organize by import, domestic and 22oz bottle so finding specific styles can be a challenge.
Interesting store with very solid beer selection. Lots of Captain Lawrence, Alesmith, and a ton of regional choices. Prices seem in line for area. Had some brews that were not available at some of the higher rated stores in the area. Worth a stop if in the area.
Really good beer store. Had a nice selection for the size. A good assortment of microbrews and European beers. The manager or owner or whoever I talked to knew a lot about his beers and gave good advice.
Basically a warehouse with vast selection. Only sells beer. Tons of 22 oz bottles from hard to find Midwest and West Coast beers. I purchased a Stone IPA and a Rogue and both were fresh. A no nonsense place, but not as affordable as I thought it would be.
Wow, I stumbled across this place while returning to CT. Didn’t look like much from the outside, but the selection made it worth it. To my surprise, they had three aisles full of quality brews, with heavy hitters like Stone, Goose Island, Troegs, Southampton, Brooklyn, and Allagash well represented. I picked up GI’s Matilda as well as two from Captain Lawrence. A no nonsense kind of place with pretty average prices.