Our liquor store has thousands of beer, wine, champagne and spirits available. With this many choices a lot of questions can arise, and we are here to respond. Feel free to contact any of our managers with your questions. You can learn more about them and their areas of expertise below. Or stop on by to talk to us in person (map, for directions). Feel free to call in with any queries: 978-263-7775.
Timothy C. Bush
Tim has been at Colonial Spirits for over 10 years, starting out as the store’s beer expert. A love for all things made from barley helped him become the store’s whisk(e)y expert and spirits buyer, although he maintains a passion for beer. If you like scotch, bourbon or beer stop by and introduce yourself!
Nicolay F. Castro
Nicolay has made more than a career out of wine, it is a way of life. Having studied under Sandy Block MW at Boston University and having accrued knowledge and experience over the 8 years that he has been at Colonial Spirits, you can say he is easily on his way to becoming more than an enthusiast. Whether it is New World or Old World wines you are looking for Nicolay is more than happy to help you make your selection.
Front End Manager
Brett has been in the liquor business for over four years. He started off his career as assistant manager at a wine shop in Western Ma, and has since joined the team at Colonial Spirits. A craft beer and spirits enthusiast, Brett manages the front end with the goal of ensuring the best customer experience.
Starting up in Vermont, Jonny has been around craft beer for 4 years. With a palate that has tasted some of the best beers in the Northeast, he is always willing to talk about what is new and exciting in the beer world.
Craft Beer Expert
Bill is our resident craft beer expert. Whether you are looking for suggestions for tastings, cookouts, or dinner parties, Bill is your go to guy. Bill is always on the lookout for new and hard to find beers in the ever expanding craft beer universe. Keep tabs on all new releases, and how to get them, through his weekly “Hop on the Bus” emails.