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Old 02-04-2009, 07:34 PM   #1
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OK, I hear of many great sounding beers that just are not available locally. Do any of you order beers to be shipped to your home? If so, which companies are the best? I only really know of BevMo and unfortunately it seems every beer I check on is not there.

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Old 02-04-2009, 08:02 PM   #2
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The main thing is which state you are in. Most states you can't have been shipped to you by any of those companies.

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OK, I hear of many great sounding beers that just are not available locally. Do any of you order beers to be shipped to your home? If so, which companies are the best? I only really know of BevMo and unfortunately it seems every beer I check on is not there.

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Try South Bay Drugs if you haven't yet. They have a great selection, although pricing can be a bit high.

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The price on shipping alone is going to kill you though. If you want beer delivered to your house, you better be ready to pay for it.
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Also, try a Beer of the Month club.

I have a subscription with beermonthclub.com on the Variety pack. I love it.

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