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$$$ - a bit pricey
[ Store ]
1400 W Holly St
phone: (360) 927-8982
(Place added by: beertunes on 02-29-2012)
Ratings & Reviews
| Reviews: 2
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | $$$
This place flew under my radar, unfortunately since it turns out to be a fantastic bottle shop. A great selection of single beers and 22oz bottles make this a great stop to look for something unique. There's a great selection of some high end and hard to find beers for the area and continuously expanding. If that's not enough, there's a great selection of glassware and 5 taps. While that doesn't seem like a whole lot it is promising because they don't seem to have your normal local bar beers and they're inexpensive. They had Old Guardian for $3 a schooner and $5 a pint! Growler fills are usually only $10 and you can get kegs as well They update their tap-list religiously at http://www.beermenus.com/places/4158-elizabeth-station
They blow out of their kegs or exchange them so it's constantly rotating. I will definitely be haunting this place for a long time to come.
Update: While prices for drafts and growlers have remained low, bottle prices have climbed. Where they were under or the same as other retailers in the area the prices have gone up on average 50 - 80 cents (and even more on a few I noticed) over other locations prices. You might want to look out for those bottles that are more rare to the area rather than do all your bottle shopping here. Still a great place to have a pint and browse.
06-11-2012 23:06:03 |
More by Bfarr
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4 | $$
I recently made my first visit to this new store and it won't be my last. The store is multiple things, a neighborhood mini-mart, a cereal bar, a craft beer store, a tasting room and a growler fill stop.
There was a nice selection of local, regional, national and international brews available in bottles and cans and their selection will grow with time. You can purchase a bottle for on-site consumption or to take with you. They feature progressive pricing on their growler fills, the 1st is $10, 2nd $9, 3rd $8. There are 5 taps and choices rotate.
They are also hosting brewers nights featuring special brews and give-aways. There will be (perhaps is, I didn't ask) a limited menu available. Overall, a welcome addition to the Fourth Corner beer scene. Worth a pit stop off of I-5 if you're coming or going to either Seattle or Vancouver , BC.
03-21-2012 19:08:22 |
More by beertunes
Elizabeth Station in Bellingham, WA
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