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New Bottle Shop Now Open In Poquoson

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POQUOSON-Earlybird’s Bottle Shop, a new bottle shop in Poquoson, is now open.

Earlybird’s Bottle Shop is owned and operated by Joshua “Earl” Bunch and Severn Ayer. The new retail business specializes in craft beer, wine, and other local products including barbeque sauces and rubs.

Earlybird’s Bottle Shop is located at 494 Wythe Creek Road in the heart of Poquoson.

The shop’s soft opening will continue Wednesday, August 25 through Saturday, August 28. Hours of operation are 11 am to 6pm. A grand opening date has not yet been announced.

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