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$$ - reasonable
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1324 S Salisbury Blvd
phone: (410) 742-8199
(Place added by: brewandstew on 06-29-2008)
Ratings & Reviews
| Reviews: 4 | Show All Ratings:
vibe: 4 | quality: 5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.25 | $$
Great beer selection is always evolving, they also have plenty of wine and cigars. The employees have tried a lot of the beers in stock and are knowledgeable about the different styles. They have beer tastings pretty often and as an added bonus they started carrying homebrew supplies.
09-06-2013 00:09:59 |
More by mkdzimiera
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 3 | selection: 4 | $$
At Evolution, talking with the bartender: So where can I find Spring Migration? Cheers, just two miles down the road, right after the University. After lunch, done and done.
Atmosphere: A full service gas station/liquor store - how nice to have at school! Inside to escape a torrent, wine and liquor aplenty, beer in coolers and the good stuff located prolly in the middle of the store. The store itself is a grand Maryland-style store - short on personality but long on selection.
Quality: Ample selection - both beer, hooch, and grape juice. I found what I was looking for very easily.
Service: Didn't seek any out...
Selection: Winner Winner Chicken Dinner. Not only did I snag my sought-after Spring Migration, but there was plenty of Firestone Walker, Stillwater, and Evolution. Double DBA? Check. Lot 3 six pack? Check. A better selection that I'd expect in a college town liquor store. A must-stop if you are passing through on the way to OCMD.
Food: N/A - it is a convenience store type though so there is snack food.
09-01-2012 00:13:18 |
More by akorsak
quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | $$
Cheers is hands down the best and really the only place to for great craft beers in Salisbury. They have a great selection of all formats from variety packs to bombers of all the staples DFH, Rogue, Oskar Blues, Stone, Schneider, and so on along with a good amount of Belgians and seasonals. They also seem to always be willing to add new things as well.
The staff is extremely helpful and they really know their products. Peter and Mike are extremely helpful along with the rest of the staff. They will special order, too. I believe if they don't have something that you're looking for.
03-24-2010 21:12:13 |
More by shawnsmith8275
quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | $$
I have been going to Cheers for close to 20 years now. Hell I got a keg of the original Wild Goose Amber here for my wedding in 1993. Used to hit it when my folks moved here and now that I have been in Salisbury for 12 years it is always my go to store. Damn good selection for the Natural Lite wasteland that is around the Eastern Shore.
Pretty much top shelf stuff though some of the beers like Magic Hat and Tommy Knocker I could do without. Just my preference. The choices have steadily improved over the years. Maybe a few too many generic "imports"-I mean that shelf space could be better suited to more US craft beers.
Service is usually pretty good though some of the college kids have that deer in the headlights look if you ask for something in particular. I once had a 10 minute discussion about Double Bastard even existing. Mike the owner is a great guy and has gone out of his way to make sure they have certain items or they will get them.
Selection is great for the area like I said-full DFH line, Clipper City/Heavy Seas, Anchor, Oskar Blues, Brooklyn, Sam, Sierra, Stone, a few Stoudt's/Victory/etc. Nice selection of 750 Belgians/Ommegang/ and others. Again for the size and area this is the best place going. Also has the entire new Evolution Craft Beers from DE. 1 plus is they moved all of the malternatives to another case to free up shelf space. A few too many imports-that selection could get trimmed down. They obviously do a college business so I can certainly understand the many cases of BMC.
One other minor complaint is that I often see beers an hour or 2 away from here before they come in locally. Not their fault-the wonderful world of the 3 tier system I am sure.
Best store in town for beer selection. Reasonably priced and easy to find.
11-21-2009 02:25:29 |
More by lackenhauser
Cheers! in Salisbury, MD
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