Here it is, yet another beer store in NH. Impressive, sure in comparison to the local (in state) competition. What sets this one apart from the others is with the way they catagorize their inventory. Simply put the beer is well laid out. I had no problem perusing the shelves searching for my cart full of liquid delight. One full wall of cold beer and the rest shelves. The only thing stopping this establishment from being top notch is the ridiculous NH beer restrictions. Sure, we’re improving but we still we have a long way to go.
The customer service was sincere and certainly met my expectations. Marc was wonderful and our discussion of local beer (outside our distribution) was enjoyable. He certainly partakes in the local beer scene and can hold his own (sorry I didn’t agree to your trade offer).
Topping my list of purchases was Founders, Firestone Walker, Maine Beer Company, Southern Tier and White Birch. The selection from these fine breweries was surprising. Pretty much if it comes to the State, you can get it here.
Kegs are available as well, just place your order. Prices are within reason, so come check them out and enjoy the tax free state.
cheap (213) Beaver Valley, Beaver County, Pennsylvania | January 25, 2015
In nashua, you can buy a sixer of mixed singles at virtually any grocery store or drug store, its the in thing now. However, there are very few places like this place where you can get virtually any beer you want. Being a lover of mixed sixes, I found all kind of beers I never tasted before. I was especialy looking for the locals, which I found many. But.....this place is king of the bombers, every kind of bomber you would be looking for they have it. And the service is very knowledgable. Good job on this place. Hey, BTW the prices are really really good. My mixed six was only $10. Unheard of back home in PA & OH. If you’re in town, stop by this place, its a little gem for beer tasters. One thing that bugged me was that it was quite hard to find even tho I knew exactly were it was located. They don’t mark numbers and roads too well in this area. Also, there are many little strip shopping centers packed right next to each other and they are all set back off the road. Even tho I knew the address and looked at it from google street view, I drove pst this place three times before I located it.
I was amazed that a small store could carry as wide a variety of beers as this one does including a few new locals that I’d not heard of before. Unlike some other stores, I didn’t notice any beers that were out of date. Very friendly service. The only negative is the location in a small strip mall among a sea of such malls on a major highway and not noticeable unless you’re really looking for it.
Among the NH beer stores I’ve visited, this one rates at the top along with Bert’s in Hooksett.
It is in small unimposing plaza on busy Route 101-A in Nashua. You walk in and you see beer everywhere. All up the left hand side of the store are coolers with the beers sorted by region. In the middle of the store are tall, well crafted shelves which more or less reflect what can be found in the coolers. Behind these shelves are the unrefrigerated imports. Prices are very well marked so there are no questions there. You can break up six-packs. There is also a clearance shelf for items nearing the end of the season. A well-stocked place with knowledgeable staff.
Wide variety and selection. Organization is not immediately apparent and ease of finding a particular brew on your own can be frustrating. OTOH, the people are extremely helpful and can pinpoint what you are looking for extremely fast. Parking can be limited at times and the store can get crowded fast. Still, with such an excellent selection and such helpful service, you can’t beat it!
Let me start by saying that "scottjergenson" must have been there when it was super busy and ended up not getting the treatment he felt entitled to because these guys, and girl are on point. The place is very comfertable and inviting and you are greeted at the door as you walk in in a friendly manner. the staff is very knowlegable and they can always point you in the direction to whatever style of beer your looking for. They usually get a fair allotment of product from breweries and sometimes are limited to small batches but take care of those situations in a very fair manner. This is the type of place that aims to please everyone and takes care of regulars as well. If you want a fine selections of beer,wine,mead, hot/bbq sauces, or some delicious craft soda I recommend you swing through Nashua if you’re in the area and stop in the beer store.
After my third trip in here I had to review this. The prices are kind of hit or miss compared to other beer stores in the state. But I guess you can find better deals if you really look for them. This place is a tad on the high end. The best thing about this store for me is that the let you mix a six. Everything they have in the coolers they also have as warm stock as well, another plus. They also have a decent selection of ciders, meads and even a beer based hot sauce section. Today the gentleman working here was nice and helpful. My other two visits I never had anyone say hello or offer me any help. So if nothing else you can grab a mix a six and have a good selection of brews.
VALIS (4) Nashua, New Hampshire | January 27, 2013| Updated February 6, 2013
A smallish store in a quiet strip mall, the ambience certainly won’t bowl you over but there’s nothing wrong with it. Selection is great given their size, focusing almost entirely on micro craft beers, domestic and imported. Went there twice, the first time the service was unattentive, half the store’s lights were off and the employee was mopping up even though they were still open for 45 more minutes. The next time he was far more friendly and helpful, and always helps bring large purchases to your car. Great place, well worth the visit if you’re in the area.
I stopped in here today because I was in the area, this is probably my third or fourth trip to this store. Situated in a strip mall on the North side of Amherst st not far from exit 8 on the Everett. A long skinny storefront with a huge multi door cooler takes up the majority of the left side of the store. Three or four rows of warm racks take up the majority of the rest of the store. Several floor displays seem to be taking up as much floor space as they can find. This store has a great selection for NH, probably the majority of whats available in the state can be found here. Mead, ciders, snacks and hot sauces are also well represented. A friendly helpful staff is always at the ready to help you with your purchase. The prices seem about average for the area. If I lived a bit closer this would be my go to store.