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.
Easy to find off of 495/395/95 junction. Large selection with nearly everything in stock available in a single bottle. Somewhat limited Belgian selection but the US craft selection available as single bottles is remarkable. Still, though, I find myself struggling to find something new but that’s my own fault. Bombers and 750ml bottles are available as well, though the Legend stuff is off hidden in a corner of the cooler. Overall a decent store, great service, good wine and cigar selection as well, and case discounts on beer.
Overall, a fairly good place to visit. The selection is tilted toward 12-ounce bottles, though there are some bombers and larger. There is plenty of service available, though they are non-intrusive. The prices are similar to what you will find elsewhere in the VA side of the DC metro area. None of the selection really stands out from the other Total Wine locations, so it seems to be what is convenient for you.
I was pleasantly suprised to find this place across the street from my hotel on a recent visit. Pretty solid lineup of regional and international varieties ... and a pretty good rack of singles (which is nice for the traveler).
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.
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.
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
Pretty good selection of basic seasonal/micro brews with pretty good prices compared to grocery stores for the more well known beers. A lot more beers than other Total Wine stores I have been in or have purchased from consisting of (one long aisle of singles and 4 more aisles of packs/cases.
Convienent to my hotel. Came to grab a mixed 6 and some other local stuff. Typical total wines with a good mix, but nothing terrible exciting. On large aisle of singles, one aisle of 12 packs and larger. A small cooler filled with some beer too. Okay to grab some local ticks.
jeffc666 (93) Fairfax, Virginia | February 20, 2005| Updated April 24, 2005
Of all the Total Wines I have been to this one is the only one that still has a selection to rival the old Total Beverages. It is right off of I-95 so for those just passing throgh it would defintely be a worthwhile stop.