Beverage Stores & Markets

Good Beer

Good Beer is a craft beer shop in the East Village dedicated to providing customers with the best draft and bottled beers, charcuterie, cheeses, sausages and hot dogs with an emphasis on organic, heritage and regional products.

The stock is roughly 80% American craft beer and 20% from Germany, Belgium and the UK.

 

(212) 677-4836 

422 East 9th Street

New York, NY 10009

Moore Brothers Wine Company

Greg Moore, after 20 years as sommelier and general manager of Philadelphia’s famed Le Bec-Fin, knows a thing or two about wine. In 1996, Greg left Le Bec-Fin to share his wisdom at his first store outside of Philly; he and brother David are on their third store now, and happily for us, it’s in NYC.

Bierkraft

This gourmet grocery and beer emporium Bierkraft in Park Slope features over 900 beers as well as over 200 artisanal cheeses, meat products and gourmet edibles.

Astor Wines and Spirits

Astor Wines and Spirits was one of the first major retailers to carve out a space for New York State wines, and for biodynamic and organic wines, and is now one of the best places to shop for the new small‐batch, high quality local spirits that have entered the marketplace.

Appellation Wine

Appellation Wine is an amazing source for wine lovers who seek "Wine with a sense of place, a sense of identity".

Chambers Street Wines

Chambers Street Wines resembles many other neighborhood wine stores, but as you wander slowly from rack to rack (as Snails do) you start to get it – Chambers Street really is dedicated to small producers and natural production. Their website lists more than 200 "natural, organic and biodynamic" wines from all over the world, and their in-store tastings feature interesting, hard-to-find bottles (the day I was there seven small Italian winemakers were showing). Absent from the shelves are the generic wines made by today's global wine groups...but you can get those anywhere.

 

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