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Reviews by Durge:
3.7/5 rDev +3.9%
quality: 4 | service: 3 | selection: 4 | $$
Stopped in here after a few hours of enjoyment at The Grill Next Door, next door! Guess it's a common beer lovin' owner here and the selection reflected such. A very solid selection. Prices seemed to be a little all over the map. Some reasonably priced with others a little on the high side, but there was a fair assortment of local/Massachusetts brewers. It's definitely a bit surprising considering the general look of the establishment. It's essentially a 7/11 type joint. No real specialty but the beer sort of stands out once you pay attention. The girl at the cash register was friendly enough but there is nobody there looking to assist you with beer prowess. You're on your own. But again, the selection is very solid, much more than you would expect at such a place. Plenty of good and obscure choices though i couldn't be certain of the "freshness". Looked okay from what I could tell and I did buy a couple of bombers. Worthy of mention.
10-08-2010 01:48:56 | More by Durge
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5/5 rDev +40.4%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | $$
I have to give the One Stop Market a 5 star review! Please keep in mind we didn't eat at the Grill Next Door, however, the atmosphere was very exciting because it was "Talk like a Pirate night," and they had patrons in costume cavorting outside - and inside, a Pirate contest with $500 in beer booty. So that was exciting!
On getting a great invite from my partner to harvest a bunch of lovely, red concord grapes, I knew that a proper stop to a brew shop was in order. No time to wait for supplies to ship on ebay. Having only brewed home cider before, which was easy peasy the cold yeast and balloon way, I knew that winemaking would present a bit of a challenge. I found the prices of the gear very reasonable, and the staff helpful in answering some simple brew questions. All I needed to get started was a couple of bottles, proper airlocks, and something other than Fleishman's yeast (And don't laugh, it DOES make a good cider!)
They were actually out of Champagne yeast - which is the one I would have preferred to get over wine yeast - because Champagne yeast IS also the most commonly recommended for cider. However, the fact that they were out of Champagne yeast confirmed to me that indeed their brewing materials are quite fresh.
The beer selection was impeccable , unlike other reviewers, I found the selections clearly marked with price. Also, the pick your own 6 pack for $9.69 had a GREAT selection area. I had just been to Port Wine and spirits in Newburyport who used to feature a $6.99 section, but that was iffy and only was available if a number of somewhat broken up 6 packs happened, to make up for damages. I'd just found out they'd discontinued the program. But I like build your own 6 pack sections a lot, because if they cost average the featured varieties together, you ultimately save more than buying six singles.
Would like to mention that even though this gem is a bit out of the way it is in fact a stone's throw from Salem NH and "America's Stonehenge," and "Victorian Park Family entertainment center" which has a full arcade, both of which sound like fun (we didn't have time to go to those on our excursion) but if you're even remotely interested in stopping up here for supplies, the potential exist to make it a day trip OR Beer Date....
Anyway , thanks One Stop for helping me make sure all these grapes won't go to waste! I will totally be coming back here!!!
09-26-2013 14:58:03 | More by jtronique
3.72/5 rDev +4.5%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 3.75 | service: 3.25 | selection: 4.25 | $$
I found this to be a fine place to acquire a wide variety of local and regional beers. They sell a large number of bombers which are crammed on a square shelf that you have to walk around to see everything. They allow mix and match 6-packs but you must get your selection from a specific shelf. However there were many choices available. There is a cooler for the macros mainly and a beer cave. I didn't try the food so I can't comment on it. They also had several choices of freshly brewed Green Mountain Coffee available. I think their selection was quite good for the area and a place I will go to again.
02-28-2013 15:06:51 | More by puboflyons
1.96/5 rDev -44.9%
vibe: 1.5 | quality: 2.5 | service: 1 | selection: 2.5 | $$$
Stopped in to take a look after a disappointing few overpriced beers at the bar/restaurant next door - Grille Next Door.
Layout is odd. Racks of bombers basking under fluorescent lights and rotting while gathering dust. Made a passing look but no way was I getting anything from there. Lots of cooler space with a variety of craft offerings on 6 packs...didn't notice many 12 packs however. Was tough to maneuver around as there were case stacks in front of the coolers.
The biggest knock on this place is the lack of any pricing....I mean NOTHING was labeled with a price tag or shelf tag. W. T. F. What an insult to the customer & a sign of abject laziness of the staff.
I was furious & about to just leave but a 6 pack of Ithaca Flower Power in the cooler caught my eye...at the time of this review was a rare sighting of 1 of my fave beers. No pricing but I figured how much could it be? Well....$14 as it rang up. Most places charge maybe $11 around Boston & this was outright robbery. Told the cashier to keep it.
Will never return.
10-18-2012 02:37:01 | More by SunDevilBeer
4.01/5 rDev +12.6%
vibe: 3 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | $$
This place is right next to the Grill Next Door, which makes this little building an oasis of craft beer in the Haverill/Salem area. I pulled in to swing by the Grill, and ended up heading in and picking up a handful of bombers. The place sells craft beer, as well as booze and wine, chips, sandwiches, etc. It's like a normal convienience store with a great little craft beer selection nuzzled in the middle of it. The staff was super helpful, and I recommend asking at the counter what they have available "out back", as I was told there was a stash of 120 Minute and Bitches Brew back there that wasn't on the shelves. Great selections of beer in bombers, singles, and sixes, and the prices really are reasonable. I will definitely be making a return trip to the One Stop, as it is now called.
12-19-2011 02:53:34 | More by GarthDanielson
3.65/5 rDev +2.5%
vibe: 3 | quality: 4 | service: 3 | selection: 4 | food: 4 | $$$
This place is really called One Stop Market now. It has pretty much everything you need. Craft beer, sandwiches, home brew supplies, and a full convenience store. When I visit here though it's all for the craft beer.
The craft selection is decent. They tend to carry all your regulars(Stone, Pretty Things, DFH, Firestone Walker, etc). One thing I do like is they usually carry everything they have on tap next door at the Grill. It's the same owner.
Price is a bit expensive. You can expect to pay more than any other stores in the area but I guess that's part of it really being a convenience store.
Staff is friendly but don't expect to stand around and talk beer with anyone. They don't seem to be too knowledgeable about the beer unless the owner happens to be in the store. But one plus is they will special order for you if it's available.
I'd definitely recommend this store. If you are making the trip from far away plan on stopping in at the Grill Next Door first for some great beer and food. Then pick up some goodies for home from One Stop.
10-21-2011 14:20:30 | More by baldbuffjp
4.05/5 rDev +13.8%
quality: 4.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4 | $$
Stopped in here after going to the grill next door. they have a pretty decent bottle selection. they had new england brewing companies imperial stout trooper on the shelf when i went (scooped up a bottle of that) they have offerings from stone, mcneill's, and ithaca to name a few. the service was good at the counter, but they guy did not seem to know that much about beer, other than checking the system for a beer i don't think they would be able to assist you that much. the selection is really decent for a store that is homebrew and convenient store as well. go to the grill next door for lunch and check this place out while there, they are in the same parking lot
01-24-2011 20:55:38 | More by rowingbrewer
2.5/5 rDev -29.8%
quality: 2.5 | service: 2 | selection: 3 | $$$
I live down the street from here, so I stop in all the time. Lately, however, I have been driving further distances just to save money. The beer selection is decent, but much more overpriced compared to other stores in the area.
The homebrew section of the store is a mess. Dust covers most of the stock. Most of their stuff is overpriced compared to the online retailers. I did find that they have great pricing on siphon tubing, though ($.35/ft for 3/8 ID)
Service is "weird." When you walk in, the people at the counter usually just stare at you without saying anything and most of them know nothing about the homebrew aspect of the store. The other day, I was buying something that was in the stock room, so I asked for help. The cashier said he would get it for me in a second, but wound up forgetting about me as I walked around the rest of the store for what seemed like 5 minutes. He then walked up to me and asked if I needed any help, completely forgetting that I asked him already.
01-07-2009 15:33:39 | More by gameface23
2.65/5 rDev -25.6%
quality: 2.5 | service: 3 | selection: 2.5 | $$
I would not buy anything I needed to be "fresh" from this supply shop as I have not had the chance to speak with the owner or anyone who knows anything about the homebrew supply area. Without knowing for sure, the place gives a strong impression of questionable shelf time for their grains, hops, liquid yeasts and extracts. Is it possible they are turning these over faster than it appears? Maybe...but the dust on the extract tins tell otherwise. That being said, they are close to where I live and great place to pick up the odd bit of brewing equipment (bungs, hoses, glass cardboys, caps, priming sugar, sanitizer, etc) all those things you discover you need on last minute on brew day. At a decent price too.
Bottled Beer Selection
A noble effort but in a very limited space. Clearly somebody is trying to keep a small selection of craft brews in what appears to be more of a quick stop for your average Bud and Miller Lite crowd. I don't go out of my way to get there for bottled beer but when I'm there to pick up some homebrew supplies I make a point of grabbing the odd craft ale as a wink and a nod to whomever is keeping the cooler stocked.
09-08-2008 18:29:04 | More by Randori
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One Stop Market in Haverhill, MA
85 out of 100 based on 12 user ratings.