Your typical Total Wine- enormous selection, loads of six packs and singles. Sadly there isnít too much special stuff. Loads of Black Diamond and Clown Shoes bombers. Lots of strange country ticks in singles. Macro stuff in the fridges. Really great place to find an oddball single beer, but doesnít have a great distributor for top end things. Very little Cigar City here for some odd reason. Scotch selection was quite poor on a separate note. So, more about quantity here than quality. Probably not worth the trip.
cheap (207) Beaver Valley, Beaver County, Pennsylvania | January 22, 2010| Updated September 16, 2011
Ive never been to a ítotal wineí but let me tell you, this is the walmart of beer stores. All the selection with the lowest price. Alphabetical; micro, local and nifty beers of over a 1000 kinds by the bottle. Yes. I was impressed. I had to make 2 trips in 3 days. They even have a catalog of the beers on stock for free and to look at. All the prices and cool other information about brews in there too. Not only is the beer selection of over 1000 kinds well organized and fairly cheap, there was a wine selection 4 times that size. However, since Iím not into wines, I avoided that section for the most part, heheh.
Similar to the other Total Wineís, with more of an emphasis on wines, but I found the 2 long shelves of beer, as usual, in the pretty much exact same layout as the other Total Wineís I have visited. This one had a solid selection of local stuff, a lot of big names like Stone, Avery, but I was too early in the year to get Cigar City stuff. Oh well, maybe next time. Service was good. A must visit for FL beer fans.
Just like every other Total Wine Iíve been to hundreds of bottles all available as singles or sixers, lowest prices in the area by far. Nothing exceedingly rare but anything that is available in the area ought to be here. Friendly staff if not always the most knowledgeable. Iím glad they finally opened a store reasonably close to my house. Iíll be a frequent visitor.
Visited in November, 2008. For some reason the beer selection seemed smaller than other Total Wines I have visited. Still, they had a decent selection of local, regional and international beers. Seemed to me that the Tampa store has a better selection, especially when it comes to seasonal and special release beers. Worth a stop when you are in the area.
Great place to get an idea of which beers are servicing the area. Lots of beer, well layed out, but almost to a detriment. Seeing it all so well organized really kind of takes the fun out of beer hunting. Definitely love the collection of B. Nektar, and at good prices, too ($12.99-$14.99)