Like every Total Wine & More I have visited, they have a formidable beer selection. The lady who helped me did a great job of pointing out great local beers for me to bring back to Georgia and try or share. They have a lot of beers that I have not seen in Georgia. Prices appear typical for the chain.
Last row on the right is cases of beers. Next to last is singles, and third to last is sixers. So, a bigger selection than most TWs. I cam looking for Latin America country ticks and was disappointed. But they did have a solid selection of local and regional beers, maybe the biggest I’ve seen all in one place. They even had a number of things from very small brewpubs that have just started bottling and canning, and you won’t find that anywhere else unless you visit each brewpub individually. Picey, most singles are well over $2. Worth a stop.
For a wine shop they have an huge row dedicated to beer. You can get packs and a ton of singles. Have many of your typical well known craft beers along with many smaller and less well known brewers. One side is nothing but American beers and the other side is from around the world. Good selection that seems to change often. A few are available cold. Most Saturdays you can find a beer tasting to help you decide. Good staff, knowledgeable and friendly. They are certainly willing to help you find what you are looking for.
Another Total Wine I’ve been to during my northern VA travels. Pretty good inventory like most locations, seemed a little smaller in floor space then usual. Overall left with some great stuff not available in MD, very good prices. Close to the Beltway/95 interchange so not a bad location at all!
Terminus (356) St. Louis, Missouri | July 30, 2013| Updated August 3, 2013
Typical total wine location-fairly large beer selection with decent prices however, there were alot of missing beers off the shelf. Staff was very friendly and made many attempts to find what i was looking for. If your staying in this area, its a perfect place to go for regional brews.
Typical Total Wine super store ambiance. But man, what a selection. Plus they sell singles, so you can do some damage building a six pack. My only complaint is that I wish they would have all the beer in one aisle. They have beer on the floor, in the cooler around the corner, in the main aisle. You sort of have to hop around to make sure you see everything
tgncc (93) Bellmore, New York | September 13, 2011
Great place. I was visting from NYC when I stopped here. GREAT selection of craft beers, New Belgium, Bells, Clown Shoes, Laughing Dog, and lots of others, including decent selection of locals. Clean, well organized, and well lit place. Service was there, but inobtrusive. The prices were VERY reasonable, and nothing was more expensive than even the most reasonable bottle shop in NYC. Great place to stop if you’re passing through.