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$$ - reasonable
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55 Main St
phone: (413) 772-6585
(Place added by: BeerAdvocate)
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quality: 3.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4
Only a block or two from the must check out, the People's Pint, this packy is worth a stop. The brew are all in the rear, in a bunch of coolers, nicely displayed in the middle and also on shelving accross from the coolers. Selection is quite worthwhile, lots of Brit. imports, regionals, good variety and selection of the local micros. The full line of the found everywhere in the area, Berkshere Brewing co.brews, including growlers. You will find worthwhile beer in this store, nice town to visit, friendly staff.
12-26-2004 01:35:33 |
More by Billolick
quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | $
Attention fellow BAs: DO not miss this place if you are anywhere within 30 minutes' drive. Best part: Open 8 AM through 11 PM. Perhaps the reviews are not recent enough. This place has beer and hard liquor stacked everywhere, still easy to find. with a hard working, very helpful, assertive service, boy I wish this was close to home. Lots of stuff not available in the other stores I had gone through, both local, and imports. Prices were a bit bitter on everything. They just want your business. Very easy to find. And close to The People's Pint.
07-12-2007 02:43:39 |
More by Sammy
quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | $$
Went to their beerfest today actually, very sweet and for $20 it was a great deal. Check that out for sure if you have the chance.
Ryan and Casey's is a place you could easily cruise right by without giving a second thought to, when in fact this is a hell of a great beer store.
In the back you'll find a bunch of coolers filled with bombers and sixers as well as tons of warm stuff right out in the middle of the back of the store. You can break up singles from both the cooler and from the warm stuff, a HUGE plus since there aren't many places in the area that allow you to do that.
Plenty of good stuff, today I saw Bruery Rue Saison, Schlafly Bourbon Barrell Impy Stout (never seen it before in MA), Sah'tea from Dogfish Head, plenty of Lagunitas and Founders as well as Oskar Blues, Victory and all the local stuff (BBC, Pretty Things etc).
Service is great, the staff are super friendly and willing to try and help with anything...even if they don't always know the answer.
Definitely a place with reasonable prices and well worth a half hour drive up from N'hampton area or down from B'boro, VT.
Great job on the beerfest! I'll be back next year for sure!
06-28-2009 01:57:50 |
More by indiapaleale
quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | $$$
Stopped in this last weekend while attending the International beer fest held in thier parking lot.
Smallish place with a good mix of imports and domestics. All the Peoples Pints bottles as well as Berkshires are well represented and in coolers. Imports are opposites the coolers, and seemed a little heavy on the Belgians. (we like)
Pricing ranges from a buck per 22oz bottle more than some places to average on sixers. Look around though, there are some bargains to be had...
The elderly gentleman at the counter was very friendly and approachable. Other than that there was no service to speak of, but in all fairness, they were probably all prepping for the fest.
We met Casey at the fest and she seemed real nice.
All around good place run by good people.
06-25-2007 14:48:46 |
More by brewandbbq
quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | $$
Visited Ryan & Casey on 6/21/08 after starting a thread re: Liquor Stores on the 91N corridor on the way to Brattleboro, VT. Roughly 5 minutes off the exit, Ryan & Casey showcased an excellent selection of regionals (People's Pint, Rock Art, Paper City) and a diverse selection of craft brews from America, Belgium and the UK. I was pressed for time, but noticed 3 or 4 Jolly Pumpkin's & Lost Abbey brews, respectively, as well as DFH, Middle Ages, Unibroue (quite a generous selection), Southern Tier, Ommegang, some Lost Coast, etc. Wish I had more time to peruse, but it was warm and I had my dogs with me. Service was okay. I didn't really ask for help, but had a pleasant conversation with the cashier as I rung out. Also, the Green River brewfest was going on right behind the store and they seemed to be neck deep in set-up. Definitely plan on making this a planned stop on my future trips to Brattleboro.
06-21-2008 17:02:14 |
More by Jwale73
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.25 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | $$
I was in Greenfield for Cider Days and visited Ryan & Casey's for a cider tasting. The store maximizes its space and is very well organized. The back part of the store is where all the craft beer coolers and shelf beers (singles, six packs and cases) are stored. The front part has ciders, meads and spirits while to far side is wine.
The craft beer selection is very good with lots of local, national and international brands. It seems that if a beer is distributed to the area Ryan & Casey would carry it. Service was terrific. While holding a couple of bombers one of the clerks brought me a box to hold the beers. After browsing the aisle for several minutes I ended up filling the box! Luckily I didn't break the bank when it came time to purchase all the beers. Prices were about the same or a little lower for comparable beers in the Boston area.
The outside of the store is rather unassuming and looks like the kind of place that only sells Bud and Coors. Don't be fooled. Stop in and check out the terrific selection.
11-12-2013 18:29:27 |
More by WanderingFool
quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | $$
Stopped in while having a few minutes to waste, checked it all out. For what looks like a teensy package store from the street is actually pretty impressive. Skinny building, but goes very deep. Beer is in the back left quadrant. Plenty of attentive help at the ready to answer questions, but not pushing at you. Superb cross-section of brews. Locals are in growlers, bombers, 6-packs, probably almost a third of the beer they sell is refrigerated. Depth across the board, plenty of Belgians, US micros from far and wide as well. Examples are plenty of Berkshire, People's Pint, Paper City, Opa Opa, but also saw Sunday River and New England cans, Geary's Anniv and Yulesmith bombers, the list goes on and on.
They don't have everything, but for Greenfield, they done good. Check it out if in the area.
12-30-2006 23:46:34 |
More by ppoitras
quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | $$$
Went up to Greenfield to finally see what this place was all about. I entered to a long hall business that was mostly wine and liquor in the front. In the back, was a whole freezer full of great microbrews and imports. 6-packs, 12 packs, 22 ounce bottles, you name it, was featured throughout. A lot of beers were in the middle of the store too, making browsing the freezers a little narrow. Just a real great selection; made me feel like a kid in a candy store.
Service seemed ok. I complemented them for the selection but no conversation ensued. They were pretty busy loading new shipments of Bud while I was there so I can understand. It was good to see though many people working diligently around the place, so I can imagine they would be thoughtful and well informed consultants. I did find their prices a little high, but their selection makes it worth it.
Overall, I highly recommend going to the place if your in the area.
05-20-2008 00:53:11 |
More by fitzy84
quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 5 | $$
Since Table and Vine closed up shop in Noho, I have been coming here on a regular basis to pick up the more obscure beers that are not available to me locally in VT.
They have a great selection of Stone products, as well as a really nice assortment of Belgian beers. This place is top notch, stacked floor to ceiling with craft beer.
My in-laws live in Greenfield so I usually fit in a stop at Ryan and Casey's when we go to visit them. I sure am glad that I got turned onto this place because it really beats driving down to Springfield.
They have Sunday hours which is a plus.
08-29-2007 16:16:09 |
More by deanhead
quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | $$
Jwale73 recommended this store to me as a good stop on the way to Brattleboro VT. Though my visit was short due to my girlfriend's impatient tapping foot, I was impressed with the amount of beer in the store. It's not huge but they have a good selection of local brew as well as high end craft beer and a nice selection of European beer as well.
Pricing seemed to be at par with most stores with a decent selection.
Nobody helped me but the older gent at the checkout was very nice.
This is a great stop off of I-91 (very easy to get to) and will be back again!
10-01-2008 04:27:49 |
More by ThirstyBird
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