Where to Buy Beer
We have been getting a lot of folks that are asking a couple of very important questions like: Where can I buy (xxx) beer? Where can I buy beer online? Hating to see folks that can’t be reunited with their loved ones, we offer the following options to you, our readers.
Option #1: Get the info from the brewery
Go to the beer’s website (we link to them every time if they have one). Check to see if they have a list of distributors. If they do, check for one near you and call them. If they don’t, most breweries have contact information. Give them a call or shoot them an email.
Option #2: Contact a local beer store
A very good trend is going on in thew northwest… that is the increase in the beer stores that offer hundreds if not over a thousand different types of bottled beers. These can be great sources for you to find beer or to place special orders. Here are a few that we know about in our neck of the woods:
- 99 Bottles – Federal Way, WA
- Bottleworks - Seattle, WA
- Malt & Vine – Redmond, WA
- Belmont Station – Portland, OR
Option #2.5: Contact a local grocery store
As Rich noted in one of our comments, you may have some great luck with a local grocery store. Some that offer pretty good selections in the Northwest include:
- Top Food
- Whole Foods
- Trader Joes
- Fred Meyer
Option #3: Check out an online store
There are a bunch of online storest that ship beer to various places. There may be restrictions on your state and the sending of alcohol, so check the site’s information before you place an order. Some examples:
Option #4: Ask Us
We don’t have a ton of time on our hands, but you can ask… You should also check the comments of the beer on our blog. You may not be the first that is wondering what your options are.
And there you go… let us know if you have any question.
Dug and Po