Gallery: Market Tours: House-Smoked Polish Kielbasa and 2,300 Beers at Eagle Provisions

Eagle Provisions
Eagle Provisions
A close up of the classic red and white eagle—the colors of the Polish flag—that has adorned Eagle Provisions for some thirty odd years.
Polish pride
Polish pride
This poster, a holdover from 1998, is an glimpse into the store's more Polish past.
Danish beers
Danish beers
Viking beer from Denmark.
Belgium award winners
Belgium award winners
John helps guide his customers with notes that highlight special and award-winning pieces in his beer collection.
Gluten free beer
Gluten free beer
A small but well curated selection for the gluten-free customers.
Fun with lables
Fun with lables
Colorful labels on the latest shipment of Alaskan beers.
Another winner
Another winner
A Czech beer—their first craft beer!—gets a note of encouragement. Boom!
Southern cone selection
Southern cone selection
Argentina isn't know for its beer. Still, John's managed to find (all two of) them.
Southeast Asia
Southeast Asia
Some choices from Japan, India, Sri Lanka and Thailand. Not pictured here, Japan extends across several shelves, with many Hitachino Nest beers alongside Sapporo and Asahi.
Fun with mixers
Fun with mixers
Some of John's more unique soda options.
Fun with mixers
Fun with mixers
John's particularly proud of his Moxie selection—it is the oldest soda in the U.S., after all.
Other meaty products
Other meaty products
In addition to the house-smoked keilbasa, you'll also find some packaged meats, including salt pork.
Polish goods
Polish goods
Among the normal grocery store items you'll find some Polish gems, like these jars of ready-to-eat Borscht.
Polish treats
Polish treats
Eagle Provisions also carries a nice selection of European (and especially Polish) candies.
Polish treats
Polish treats
John brings in freshly baked babka and donuts on the regular, as well.