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$$$ - a bit pricey
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85 Parkhurst Road
phone: (978) 452-3400
Reviews by rowingbrewer:
quality: 4 | service: 3 | selection: 3 | $$$
The store is fairly large and very clean. they have a large selection of reasonably priced wine and spirits. On the beer side they have one of the better selections in the area, second only to harringtons. I usually end up here just because it is closer to my house. They have stone, great divide, DFH, and Wachusett to name a few. If you do need assistance with anything they are more than willing to help, but they dont have anything out back all the beer is on the shelves. Other than that all I can say is it is a little over priced, but not so bad that I won't shop there. all in all its a good beer store
11-18-2010 14:44:36 |
More by rowingbrewer
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vibe: 3 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 3 | $$$
First visit shows a store with a lot of stock, a bit squeezed for space. Limited space for single bottles/bombers, but some were a bit unique. Standard 6 packs were cold, meaning the ones that tend to move. Others were located at the ends of several aisles.
Sales on seasonal brews shows a recognition of a need to move stuff out. No dusty bottles or sixes. Several registers, decent parking, and the guy behind the router either separated or wrapped/bagged my single beers.
More unique 6's and bottles were a bit high. Bottle of Infinium, keeping in mind that EVERYONE this year has it, and has had it since late 2011, is still the highest I've seen it ($26.99). That's some serious gouging folks.
Overall, a quick stop for a six pack or a single bottle check in, or even to catch a sale for stuff in-between seasons. But they serve a real BMC and/or SA client base, with limited expansion beyond this. I will check periodically, but won't make this place part of my regular circuit.
03-11-2012 17:29:04 |
More by OtherShoe2
quality: 4 | service: 3 | selection: 3.5 | $$
This is a good place to go in the Greater Lowell area for single-bottle craft brews and Belgians. Unfortunately, they don't have a whole lot of six packs, which was what I was looking for. The six packs they did have were on the more conventional side, although they did have a number of Dogfish Heads. I didn't seek any help, so I can't say anything about the service. Prices were a little pricey, but not crazy, so I say reasonable. The store seemed well kept, and it looked like they do a pretty good deal of business, but of course, it was a Friday evening.
06-12-2010 01:29:01 |
More by Admiraldinty
quality: 4 | service: 3 | selection: 2.5 | $$$
overall, this is a great store for some quality beer and liquor. they really have a nice selection of beer, but being new to the city, i'm not sure if this is the *best* that this area has to offer. i found some nice harpoon there which really made my day...so, i'd say if you are looking for a good easy pick, go to drum hill and pick up a pack of beer...
side note: i was a little dissapointed to find only the smuttynose seasonal beer (in this case, pumpkin ale), but no other year-round SN brews...oh well...
so...to sum it up:
good prices, clean (when i went in), no hassles, no expired dates, just a nice, well-kept liquor store with decent overall quality and selection.
10-10-2006 23:24:29 |
More by bencharles
quality: 3.5 | service: 3 | selection: 3.5 | $$
My default good beer store when I was in college. Spent many a Friday night going over my slections for weekend chalked-full of drinking.
Nice atmosphere, with very well organized beer and wine sections. Good Massachusetts and New England brew representations. Stone, DFH, Sierra Nevada, Rogue. Some imports, mainly English, with a few Belgians. I always got good quality, but I can't imagine many of the bombers and import bottles move very quickly off the shelfs. Make sure to check freshness dates.
This is where my knowledge of craft beer was first fostered. Where I tried a lot of things. Not the best selection out there, but I good training beer store for those who want to venture a bit into the unknown.
09-07-2006 01:13:55 |
More by Freshie
quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5
I swung by Drum Hill Liquors in my quest to find a one-stop beer store. It didn?t quite fit the bill, but had some noteworthy inventory. There was a sizeable amount of refrigerated six packs and a half isle of warm bottles. There was a strong, and deep, Massachusetts brew representation as well as a good selection of regional and some of the larger national micros. The warm section mixed imports and domestic bombers. The imports tended to be Belgian or British, and Canadian (Unibroue) while the domestics were local, Rogue, Stone, and Wild Ale. I thought that in general, the store was a bit pricey.
03-23-2004 21:22:17 |
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