Where can I find Fin du Monde, Golden Monkey, London Ruby Anglaise beers?
Is there anywhere in Manhattan (preferably in or near the East Village) where I can buy the following beers%3
Fin du Monde
London Ruby Anglaise
Victory Golden Monkey
I searched for them on greatbrewers.com, and it didn't show any locations for the first three. It showed Golden Monkey at Whole Foods Houston but when I went there, they didn't have it. Has anyone personally seen these beers at a local store or restaurant?
Thanks for any tips! :)
quite far from where you are, but you'll find Fin du Monde and Victory Golden Monkey at Pioneer on Columbus and 75th. otherwise, look at Croxley's on Ave. B and 2nd. they have a great beer list and excellent wing specials. looks like they have Fin du Monde only though.
28 Avenue B, New York, NY 10009
289 Columbus Ave, New York, NY 10023
Just bought Fin du Monde in a random Indian bodega. It is the one underneath Sigiri on 1st Ave at 6th Street. They had several flavors too. $14 per large bottle.
Dual Specialty Store
91 1st Ave, New York, NY 10003
You could call Good Beer in the East Village. They have an incredible selection and can probably point you to who carries each of those if they don't. Good luck!
Good Beer Store
422 E 9th St, New York, NY 10009
A belated thanks for all the great ideas. Have not been able to find the London Ruby Anglaise or Montrealaise, but I've been buying Victory Golden Monkey and Fin du Monde at several of the places suggested above. I'm a regular at that Indian bodega under Sigiri, which has a great variety. I recently checked out New Beer Distributors, which has an amazing selection of Belgian and American beers among others. They did not have the particular beer I was looking for, yet I still managed to leave with a dozen assorted single bottles. Great spot.
Good Beer Store, while awesome, only has beers from the US and Western Europe.
I'm now in search of the following:
Baltika (any variety)
These are sold in every bodega in Brighton Beach, yet I've not been able to find them sold by the bottle in Manhattan. New Beer Distributors does not have them. They serve Obolon at Veselka, and Baltika at Klimat, but has anyone seen these beers in Manhattan stores?
I think most of the location services are limited to the mobile platform, as desktop computers don't generally provide ways to get at location data.
One thin you can do is search for the beer and you can see the top 10 or 20 most popular places that beer is drunk in the world, but it's not helpful if those places are not near you.