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3321 Corridor Marketplace
phone: (301) 617-8507
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quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 5 | $$
Great place for any and all alcoholic beverages! Excellent beer selections from all over the world. I live in Baltimore but happily make the drive down to poke around. I first started going for the selection of Belgians but after a while I'd walk out with a bunch of different singles to try. I rarely find the same beer priced better at another store and if they don't have something you want they'll do what they can to get it in for you. Definitely a must if you live in the area. Shopping carts at liquor stores...hell yea.
02-03-2011 18:29:37 |
More by MrWinky
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 5 | $
My go-to beer store! Great selection and best value in the area (as far as I can tell.)
I generally pick up a case and two mix singles six packs for sampling/reviewing.
Staff are generally knowledgeable, although I'd recommend going in knowing what you are looking for or at least have an idea of what you are looking for.
The beer aisles are divided into BMC/imports/American craft. The American craft section has a specific seasonal area, which is good to peruse. Definitely a good selection, I can't imagine myself getting tired of this store anytime soon.
04-19-2011 02:07:35 |
More by JednoPivoProsim
quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5
While Corridor Wine & Spirits is primarily a wine outlet, they have a decent selection of bottled beer -- although you wouldn't know it from their web site. The store is the size of a small supermarket, with two and a half aisles of bottled beer. One aisle is mainly 12-packs and cases, and another is 6-packs. They have a lot of local and regional beers as well as a number of imports. There is also a section of single bottles which is where a lot of the more interesting, exotic beers can be found including a good selection of Belgians and others. They also have a refrigerated beer area at the front of the store.
01-28-2003 06:28:55 |
More by astrobrewer
quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4
The selection is excellent for all things with alcohol except maybe the rubbing kind. The cold beer selection is limited but they do sell cold growlers and some other interesting items. This place really shines by the case. The Belgium selection is OK but its not strong and its only displayed by the bottle and not by the case. The craft beer selection is excellent with an eclectic selection. The wine selection is where it is strongest with what seems like the entire staff dedicated to those customers doing wine. They could use a couple strong beer advisors actively working the beer isles.
02-22-2004 00:56:41 |
More by halfpgl
quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | $$
Corridor Wine is one of my favorite places to buy beer, wine, or anything else that comes to mind. They have a great beer selection, with most microbrews and imports being represented. Always has the new seasonal brews in stock, as well as my year round favorites, The staff is very quick to assist, from answering generic questions to helping with selections and pairings. They have printouts from Beer Advocate and other beer review sites, which is nice when choosing a new brew. The prices are generally lower than other stores in the area.. Highly recommend a visit for anyone in the DC-Bmore area.
02-11-2011 23:53:12 |
More by BinaryBeer
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | $
In Maryland, it does not get much better when considering the combination of selection and value than Corridor. Corridor is my go-to beer and liqueur store. Usually, I shop and place my order online for pick up the next day. When I arrive, my box of craft beer is ready, paid for and waiting for my arrival. Just walk in, show your receipt and ID and you are out the door. Gotta like that.
Though their selection is not as extensive as some others in MD, they are in the process of expanding their beer selection to meet the competition. This said, 9 times out of 10 their prices are quite a bit cheaper that others especially when you are buying bombers of higher end craft beer. Because of this price advantage, my friends and I have been abe to afford to try a greater variety of beers. Finally, the staff at Corridor is very helpful and has always been available when I have stopped to shop in-store. I you are in Laurel, or heading North on to Baltimore or South to DC on 295 stop by and judge for yourself.
01-25-2012 04:45:37 |
More by djbow
quality: 4.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4.5 | $$
Been going there for a long time. I've lived within 20 minutes of it my whole life. Pretty much the first place I found that had a selection of "non standard" beers when I started drinking way back when. The build your own six pack definitely let me explore different types without plunking down the cash for a sixer of beer that I might end up not liking. I try and stop in once every couple of months to see what new stuff they have in singles. I've found the price to be pretty comparable to other stores in the area. Service can be a pain sometimes in the beer area.
05-04-2009 18:40:16 |
More by tatoodkelt
quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | $$
This is a fill-in location for beer when I am not able to make out down to State Line, Elkton. They dont have a very large selection of craft beers however out of what they do have you can find some good stuff. They more so rotate with seasonal and limited editions than maintain a lot of staples. You can however always find any of the Chimay lines all the time and of course any of the Maryland Breweries. They also carry Rogue, DFH, Allagash, and Flying Dog but you want find any J.W. Lees, Malheur, Mc/La Chouffe, Thomas Hardy. If you want some wine or champagne then you will love this place they have any and everything and if they dont they will order it for you. O! plenty of singles and you can create your own six-packs.
04-30-2007 14:37:01 |
More by kms910
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | $$
Very good selection. Heavy on domestic craft-brewed beer. The international selection is also impressive, featuring German-style lagers, belgian ales (including 4 of the 6 Trappist monasteries).
Prices are reasonable and, in addition to the beer selection, Corridor has an extensive wine and liquor selection.
This place is a must-visit for any tailgates/parties in your plans.
Quality: Great selection of lagers and pilsners. I have found that, from time to time, the belgian selections are lacking or out of stock.
Service: On separate occasions, I have purchased Samuel Adams Utopias. Both times, mgmt has friendly and helpful. I have also specially-ordered cases of Ommegang Hennepin bombers, which they filled without problem.
Selection: Great selection. While they are not Wells Discount Liquors in terms of Belgians, the six-pack selection is very impressive, as is the loose bottle selection. I have also lucked into some rarities there: Dogfish Head Pangaea, Allagash 10th Anniversary and Achel Bruin Extra.
value: Can you really put a price on good beer selections and being open on Sundays? Not really, so visit and you'll see for yourself.
11-18-2005 03:54:53 |
More by akorsak
quality: 4 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4.5 | $$
Corridor is a great place to find lots of seasonal domestics and imports, especially local east coast brands. They carry a large selection of singles, which is what I usually go after, priced between $1.50 and $6 per bottle, most on the lower end. Their service is hit and miss - sometimes there won't be anyone around to answer questions, sometimes they are in the wine section and you just have to mention a beer style to grab their attention. At one point I had grabbed a lot of singles to try, and I went back to join my fiance in the wine section. I was pointing out good brands of a specific style of beer to her, and an eavesdropping employee recommended one I didn't have in the cart. I'm glad he did - it ended up being very good.
Combining Corridor's selection with Jason's Liquor in Ellicott City has been great. Try them both!
07-04-2008 20:52:54 |
More by ralree
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