West Brattleboro VT
- AMBIANCE 3/5
- SERVICE 9/10
- SELECTION 12/15
- FOOD N/A
- VALUE 8/10
- OVERALL 14/20
Ithaca, New York | May 29, 2012
Was glad to see that this place was added. The most notable feature was that this was the one place where I could find the most McNeills beers. Definitely the best selection of those. Overall, a very good selection of bombers. Singles, not so much, and imports or other unique stuff either, but for regional and local selection, a very good store, with helpful staff and decent prices.
- SERVICE 5/10
- SELECTION 8/15
- VALUE N/A
- OVERALL 10/20
San Diego, California | January 8, 2008
I just happened to stop by this place on my way home from a job site in Brattleboro when I still lived in NY. They had an alright selection, but nothing great, although they did have Mcneills bottles and a few other vermont beers that I couldnt get in NY.
- SELECTION 9/15
- OVERALL 12/20
the Containment Area, North Carolina | May 17, 2005| Updated February 21, 2006
Located a few miles west of downtown Brattleboro on Vt rt 9. This is like a convenience store, but bigger. It was reccomended to me by the guy who drives for McNeills. Once you see the spinner rack of McNeills youll know why. Also have seen Magic Hat, Rock Art, Otter Creek, Harpoon/Catamont, Trout River, Sam Adams. They let me borrow thier hand truck to bring my usual 3 to 5 cases to the car. Nothing special to look at. Never checked out the food items or wines. Noone hass helped me, though I know what im looking for. Just a great place to find McNeills products
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