Great selection of Maryland and Delaware beer here, as well as some interesting international and national selections that I donít see in D.C. Prices are pretty good for local stuff - you can buy singles of pretty much everything in six packs. A few Belgians and some Canadian and Danish stuff. They had a lot of growler pours. and the guy working the counter was friendly.
Paid a visit in mid August 2014. Tons of wine wine selections on one side and beer on the other. Lots of cold six and four packs. Impressed with how much craft beer they had. I really liked how they allow mix-a-six with the beers and how the prices are set at singles, six packs and cases all on one tag - very convenient. Staff did help, although they didnít have the beer, they did know they didnít have instead of searching for something that wasnít there. They did have some taps and filling growlers was an option - I didnít see what they had but there was at least a Dogfish available. One thing I didnít like was that they donít allow kids to sit in the shopping carts (they were wire-tied together), but Iíve seen this at other places too, not a big deal, but a little inconvenient. Overall, not a bad place, Iíd go back.
Just off the main drag at Rehoboth. Clean interior, lots of selection for booze but a very boring and under stocked beer selection. Prices are a tad higher than at Atlantic Liquors down the street. Add to that a retarded out of state ID policy, and youíve got yourself no sale and a bad review.
Looking for liquor? This is the place. Craft beer? Not sure thereís anywhere else to go, but that ainít saying much. Pretty picked over, boring selection. Small section of the run of the mill belgians. Overall it had a laid back vibe, but none of the staff talked or even approached me. Walked out empty handed.
As warehouse style liquors stores go this was pretty good. It was certainly very clean and well maintained. One of the things I look at when visiting liquor stores is do they have a bathroom, because it shows they care about the customer experience. Very clean bathrooms here. They donít have a ton of beer here, lots of BMC in the coolers and the floor displays, but they do have a long shelf of craft beer focusing on local and regional brands like DFH, 16 mile, Flying Fish, Troegs, etc. They also let you make your own sixer which is also nice. The staff were also courteous and attentive. This is not to place to go to sample 100 different kinds of Scandinavian beer but for a beach town itís pretty solid.
Like a giant alcohol supermarket, with complimentary coffee. Pretty good selection, with a wide range of American micros and a few imports. Pretty much everything is available in singles (you can mix a 6, but you are charged for each bottle individually). Folks are friendly but not terribly helpful. I thought the prices were outstanding, but maybe thatís just because Iím used to the bloated 6 pack prices in PA. The only real knock is that Iíve had some freshness problems there with their unrefrigerated beers. Still, itís by far the best liquor store in Rehoboth.