The beers they had appeared fresh and there were a few people around asking if I needed any assistance, although none seemed to be acting solely in the capacity of someone who could answer any and all beer questions. The selection was pretty good for the size of the area, with the problem being that the area was quite small.
They had a decent separate area with unrefrigerated Belgian brews (including American makers of Belgian styles). Other than that, there was a refrigerated area that had a good number of breweries, although the number of styles from each brewery was quite small.
AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 7/10 SELECTION 11/15 FOOD 7/10 VALUE N/A OVERALL 14/20
Like most Whole Foods stores, this place cares about their beer. Pretty wide selection. They have Anchor Bock there, the first time anywhere I have seen it. They also still have some bottles left of the 2003 Whole Foods Silver Jubilee 25th Anniversary Ale, which is pretty good I might add. They also had one of the Lamar St. brews, made especially for Whole Foods by Goose Island. Definitely worth a stop for those of you who live out there and donít want to make the longer drive to Binnyís in Glen Ellyn or Samís in Downerís Grove.