Place has gone downhill beerwise. I think they were a bit optimistic about the average local beer drinker here. Plenty of good stuff still, but pretty sure a lot of it has been sitting on the shelves since Day 1. And as a result, what started as a welcomed great selection has become stagnant.And they have a register station the beer section but itís never open. That would be a really big convenience. If youíre in that area and looking for beer just drive the .5 mile or so down the road to Total Wine.
Itís a grocery store, but with a very large wine and beer selection. The beer is, like the wine, broken down by regions. Good selection of singles, packs, and mix-n-match sixers. Great prices (comparable to Total Wine, definitely better than the local guys can do on a lot of stuff.)
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Larger beer selection then some of the wegmans Ive been to. The beer is organized by geography, for the most part. The unimpressive pick 6 section is at the end of the checkout lanes on the beer side of the store which is a little weird. They could do with some more local and regional beer, but overall if you need groceries and a sixer, why go elsewhere?
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Very similar section to othr Wegmanís in the area. They have mainly regional and national craft with the obvious Belgian and Germans thrown in. They do organize by geography which is helpful. They do t have a ton of seasonals or special beers and their pick six is the worst Iíve ever seen at a Wegmanís.