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236 Wood Rd
phone: (781) 583-0094
vibe: 2 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | $$
I was leaving the South Shore Plaza and searched "Beer store" and this came up on my phone. I decided to check it out and was pleasantly surprised with what it turned out to be.
Its a big warehouse with a very large selection of wine, some liquor, and also beer. I wasn't amazed by the amount of beers they had, but the prices and some of the rare finds.
I found that most of the beers were being sold for about a 20% discount compared to other craft beer sellers. I don't think they are well known so they had a couple of rarer bombers on their self. I got a Blvd Love Child #2, and DFH Bitches Brew.
The staff is friendly and they have a beer specialist (who wasn't there unfortunately). They also have the option to add you into their database so you can track what you've purchased in the past.
Another added bonus is that there are frequently Friday night Beer tastings, and wine tastings every weekend.
11-09-2012 17:30:32 |
More by delaney
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | $$
I was out shopping with my wife in Braintree today, and I noticed this store was right near a store we just left. We stopped in to check it out. Kinda warehouse looking, with big racks, and stuff in crates and on the floor, but they meant it took look that way, so it works. Mostly a wine store, but it does have a beer section on the left. There is a cooler for cold beer, then a shelf of bombers, and also a section of 12 packs. Pretty good selection of local and national brands, plus a few interesting imports. I saw they had one bottle of the DFH Pearl Jam Faithfull left, and the salesman and I had a nice conversation about it, so I bought it. Prices overall seemed pretty decent, at least for what I see in Boston. I'd recommend Bin Ends as a nice place to shop for beer.
11-06-2011 00:14:29 |
More by morebeergood
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 5 | selection: 3.5 | $$
Was at Bin Ends yesterday and was surprised that their beer selection has continued to grow considering it was just wine when it first opened. One of my friends knows the owner so we were chatting with us and he informed us that they now have a full-time craft beer buyer and are working on having more and more of those special one off's beers, like Stone's 12.12.12 which they had yesterday.
They also had Founders Breakfast Stout and Samuel Smith's Organic Chocolate Stout, two beers I have not be able to find at Curtis Liquors or Granite Liquors, the two big craft carriers in the area.
The store was very busy when we were there yesterday as a wine tasting was going on at the same time, but was really amazing was that it seemed that most of the people in the store were browsing the beer area and not the wine. Wouldn't be surprised to see them expand the store at some point and further increase their beer selection.
12-16-2012 18:15:14 |
More by jdauria
Bin Ends in Braintree, MA