It is a Total Wine, through and through, just arranged different from my local one. Nice selection of locals, though I found only one (1) Cigar City. I did come away with two new country ticks, so that was a bonus.
Nice, clean, well stocked store. The service is absent. The selection is great, and well laid out. The prices are very good. This is a good place to find beer, but it lacks character.
MrBunn (91) The Wet Side of a Dry Town, Pennsylvania | May 28, 2011| Updated February 18, 2014
Stopped in a couple of times during a recent trip to FL. First, this place is simply huge! If you want booze, this is where to go. The wine selection looks staggering and I wouldnít even know where to begin. The beer selection is pretty good, too. Lots of locals and imports, a great selection of singles and decent pricing. I donít think youíll find anything particularly rare here, but youíll be able to fill up your weekend lineup fairly nicely.
*** update: So while this place is huge, it simply doesnít have much in the lines of "special" finds. Four trips, four strikes.
An alcohol superstore, Total Wine has the best beer selection in Palm Beach Gardens. Their prices are very good too, especially for liquor. The only thing I could complain about is they donít carry more rare and very high-end beers. They do have a great selection, and you can build your own 6 pack. Service is good too with a very knowledgeable staff.
A pretty typical Total Wine and More. Decent selection of American craft beer and imports. Most noteworthy--I found 3 bottles of Brooklyn Black Ops! That was a completely unexpected bonus! I would have bought more, but that was all they had.
Great place for craft brews that are not hard to find. The person I talked to was not into beer, and aside from checking the PDF on their website, could not tell me anything about beer. I did find what I needed there, I just didnít have the help I wanted.
Fairly good beer selection. You could spend a lot of time there browsing. However, no matter the length of time I spend there I always leave with about three beers total (usually, at other stores, itís about 10 and Iím dying to come back for more). I should leave with more beers, way more... considering that every time I try to check out the manager has to be called to personally check my out-of-state I.D. Then both staff members (the cashier and the manager) will examine an out-of-date Driverís License picture book only to take five more minutes to decide whether they should let me check out or decline my proof of age. The whole process takes about seven minutes, which is tortureous. Bonus points for selling lots of individual 12oz. bottles, though. #18 on 25102009, DG.
Its the same as any other Total Wine Ive evr been too. Huge warehouse full of alcohol. The staff knows a few basics about beer, but if you asked about most of the individual bottles theyíll just make it up half the time. They definitely carry a big selection althugh more than half is shite. Nothing really rare or tough to find, but if your looking to go get a six pack of old favorites, its a decent place to go.