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Tully's Beer & Wine
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$$$ - a bit pricey
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45 Wells Plz
phone: (207) 641-8622
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Reviews by gameface23:
quality: 4.5 | service: 5 | selection: 4 | $$$
I called Tully's once before I actually visited, and the woman working at the time was really helpful and polite. When I actually stepped foot inside the store, I was treated equally as well. The selection is an odd assortment of international beers and an amazingly impressive selection of Maine micro-breweries. You can tell that they take pride in their region. The one downside are the prices. I found them to be pricey to very pricey on almost everything that I know the average price of. For instance, Cadillac Mtn. Stout bombers were 10% more expensive at Tully's then at every other place I have ever seen it. Also of note, they have an impressive glassware collection.
07-20-2009 01:36:56 |
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vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.25 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.75 | $$
Road trip South: Dad came to visit, here we go.
A: had a definite "alcohol" feel to the place, as the beer section was extravagantly graced with warm and cold sections of beer and wine. An abundance of shirts and a more than adequate glassware section graced the front as I first entered the store.
Q/S: very good Maine selection (Allagash, MBC, Rising Tide), and New England selection (higher end stuff) as well as European section was shown throughout the store.
S: very good as I was asked several times if I'm finding everything ok, but even if I wasn't I never hold that against anyone because most of the time I usually know what I'm looking for.
F: I didn't buy any food.
V: reasonable for Southern Maine. I'm going back next time I get a chance. Great place!
01-25-2013 20:53:28 |
More by kangarooAdam59
vibe: 3.75 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.25 | $$
We visited Tully’s for the first time while on a quick get-away to Ogunquit. It was recommended by a waitress as THE spot for craft beers. When we found the store, our feeling was "oh no...it’s a strip mall liquor store", but that was quickly replaced by "Oh my God, this is pretty darned fine". Selection was huge, well organized by style, sub-categorized by brewery. Lots of choices, and the very well-educated staff was quite helpful. This was a great experience versus the typical trip to the package store. Intelligent conversation about excellent beer in a nice, tidy store. Prices were OK - some things higher, some things lower than my local stores. An Ogunquit weekender isn't unreasonable for us, so definitely worth the couple of extra miles.
01-14-2013 20:42:32 |
More by LeRose
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | $$$
I stopped in on way home from the Allagash brewery in Portland. Only 5 minutes off the highway. A nice clean and organized store. A little pricey though.
A lot of great beers from Maine here, as well as some great choices from around the US. A good selection of Belgians, but nothing I have not see before in Maine. There was also a good selection of German stuff as well. I ended up just stocking up on some Maine Beer goodies while I was there. There is also a nice selection of glassware for sale too.
The service there was nice. Seemed like a friendly store.
In all this store was a nice find, and I definitely will stop in again if I am in the area.
09-25-2012 15:01:43 |
More by Archemedies
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | $$$
Worth the detour driving to Portland, this ending up having the best selection of my stops in Maine, with service and organization. Not a megastore in NY, NJ, or Mass. nevertheless tries to get everything local and the better beers from afar as well. A little pricey, but almost anything I wanted was here, with the bonus of a few Shelton brothers' selections that were sold out elsewhere.Servuce was good and consistently being offered, there was wi-fi so I can check my apps before buying. The owner is not necessarily a beer geek, but gets in what the people want and is available to her.
08-16-2012 19:29:46 |
More by northyorksammy
vibe: 3 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | $$
Great place, finally stpped in today. I found that this store had an extensive selection of beers ranging from domestics, imports and microbrews. They also are able to get the infamous Sam Adams Utopias when they are released. Also offered were a varity of beer glasses of all types to choose from. I was impressed at the fact that it looks like a hole in the wall joint, but the clerks there were very knowledgable and the atomsphere was filled with beer enthusiast. They also have a great selection of cigars and wines if you also enjoy those. This is certainly going to become a regular destination for my beers!
07-08-2012 19:31:46 |
More by Cavanaghty
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | $$
In a nondescript mall on Route 1 between The Yorks and Kennebunkport sits this store. Doesn’t look like much from the outside (except for the specialty beer glassware), but hold on, go inside! There are cigars here, and a ton of wine (not the greatest selection, though). Plus beer!!
Look for the sizable Dogfish selections, including Namaste, Pangea, Sahtea, Olde School. Then move on to the shelf full of bombers and six packs. There is Brooklyn Monster ’10 and Chocolate Stout ’11-’12; North Coast Old Stock ’11 and Brother Thelonius; Jolly Pumpkin La Parcela, White Birch, Bar Harbor, Allagash, Maine and a ton of locals.
The “imports shelf” comes with Mikkeller, Pannepot and a variety of Belgians. They also have a large cooler with six-packs you can mix and match and buy by the single. I like that! A four-pack of Weyerbacher Insanity caught my attention in this department.
The guy in charge was very nice and offered help and suggestions, but I did not like the lack of prices on most of the beer. When I asked, they seemed to be all over, but my Weyerbacher Tiny and Double Simcoe were nicely priced at $7.50 each.
A great choice for this part of Coastal Maine. Heck, probably the only high-quality one...
10-31-2011 04:17:29 |
More by DoubleSimcoe
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | $$
I was in Maine on vacation and wanted to stop by since I had heard about this beer a good store to stop by while in the area. Tully’s does have the fortunes of being on a main road and is easy to find in a shopping plaza so I was able to find it easy. I was happy to find that the stories of this store’s great selection was not exaggerated. There was many locals and craft beer selections as well as some great imports to choose from. I spent a lot of time going up and down the aisles looking at what was available and having a tough time deciding what I wanted to get on this venture. I visited on a quiet and rainy Monday night so I pretty much had the place to myself and the help was friendly and accommodating. I will be here again.
10-05-2011 15:39:23 |
More by Duhast500
vibe: 4 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | $$
Walk into the store and you have 2 racks that have beer glasses on them. They have a good assortment of Belgium beers and some German ones on the bottom. Usual macro and micro's to choose from. A large amount of beer that is refrigerated. They also a good selection of local beers from Maine and New Hampshire.
Decent selection of wine and cigars but no liquor.
Prices were reasonable for what we got.
I spend some time in the area this time of year and I always leave Tully's with a nice assortment of brew for my vacation. Great beer store.
09-12-2011 01:53:28 |
More by Burt
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | $$$
Tully's is a small beer and wine store in a shopping center. Very easy to get to off Exit 19 on 95 in Maine. It is very clean, organized and generally well put together. The employees are friendly. I didn't meet the owner, though she was probably the one chatting about the Sox with the distributor who was in the store.
The beer selection is very good, but nothing wowed me. They had some Belgians that are pretty rare for Maine (Drie Fonteinen, for instance), but nothing I'd never seen before. Very good selection of New England beers, with a lot of White Birch.
I'm going to go out on a limb and say that, for Maine, this place is quite expensive. For example, Maine Beer Co. beers (17oz. bottles) were over six dollars, and bombers of Rising Tide (also from Maine) were about seven bucks. The six-packs were more reasonably priced, but still expensive. At least all of the prices were very clearly marked. Picked up some Zoe since it was really fresh.
I can understand how some people love this store, and it is a very good beer spot, but I just don't think it's that special, and it is overpriced to boot. May or may not make the trip again.
08-19-2011 15:29:51 |
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Tully's Beer & Wine in Wells, ME