Howdy and How Do?
I started as a Hard Cider Fan and then fell backwards into Craft Beer on 12/12/12 with the release of Westvleteran 4 packs and glassware. For the next three years or so I immersed myself into the Craft Beer Culture and came out as a devoted Hoppy Beer Fan who loves New England Style IPA. Over the years I have amassed a collection of beers that is just too big to manage for the long haul. My store is primarily focused on durable beers from my cellar that are either ready for you to drink and enjoy or put into your cellar to enjoy later. I will also, from time to time, offer hoppy cans from the Boston area (mostly) and Vermont (occasionally) as well as the rest of New England (rarely).
My cellar process is a below grade basement in New England where all beers are either:
1. stored in cardboard boxes which contact the concrete floor directly so that the largest set point of any given bottle is closest to a consistent temperature, or;
2. are stored in my temperature controlled keezer at 50 degrees. (beers in the keezer are primarily lambic and gueuze and are stored on their side and stacked) Other delicate "sours" are also kept in the keezer but may not be stored sideways especially if the bottle is not punted, as well as;
3. stored in a standard refrigerator at standard refrigeration temps (33 to 39 degrees.) Beers kept in this environment are prone to decline quickly (beers that feature a hop profile) or are of an age where I'd like to slow down its evolution (Typically American Saisons/Sours.)
Over these beer years I have traded and sold hundreds of bottles which have been packed and shipped successfully to the continental United States, Hawaii, Guam and Western Europe.
Please message me with any questions, concerns, requests or feedback.
Thanks for visiting and Cheers!