Mostly wine and booze focused this one, with an array of coolers for beer close to the counter. Six-packs only. Singles in the far back. Nothing impressive going on here, and as I guess you’ll visit both the Dogfish Head brewery and the brewpub, you’ll most likely not fine anything interesting local here. We found one DFH beer though. Anyway, it’s a licuor and wine store, that’s their focus, and it seems they’re doing that part fairly weel.
A large warehouse dedicated to providing people liquid libations while they’re on vacation... A volume store that is awkwardly laid out and poorly organized. Largest selection I’ve seen in the Rehoboth Beach area. Good selection. Plenty of BMC but the warm aisle had a good line-up of craft. Decent prices for being down the beach.
If Sam’s Club built a liquor store, it would look like this place. As with many liquor stores , the beer is in the back. They have a solid selection of local and regional craft which puts it at the level of a Wegman’s and the prices aren’t terribly awesome. If you want Dogfish Head you’re better off driving to the brewpub and saving 10-15%. They do have a lot of six packs in coolers which is good, but also signs forbidding the break up of six packs much to the consternation of winos and beer geeks everywhere. They do have a couple of coolers in the back for singles but one of them wasn’t working which I’m shocked none of the employees noticed since the beer in the case was quite warm. I didn’t buy anything from here which is very unusual for me.
Warehouse kinda place. Huge. Beer does not seem to be their first priority, but they have a bunch of full coolers with sixes, and another smaller cooler with singles. Friendly service but not terribly knowledgeable. Prices seem pretty decent. It’s the best in the area.
Large liquor store on the coastal highway. Huge cooler, small craft selection but much better than at outlet Liquors down the road. Staff is friendly and helpful. Good place to buy by the case, they have kegs at good prices too. Singles are available. You won’t find anything rare, but it is a good stop close to the beach.
Solid warehouse style store outside of Rehoboth Beach downtown, solid selection though not much I can’t get in MD(not their fault). Give place if need to get beer while around there, not a destination.
Somewhat of a box liquor store with a good beer section. Quite a few singles. Generally, bombers are warm and singles are cold. Selection size and pricing are similar to chain stores like Total Wine in VA.
A large walk-in cooler is set in the middle of the store, causing there to be a single access point to the beer section concealed behind it. The wine and spirit shelves were not arranged in an organized fashion. I felt like a rat in a maze trying to find the cheese, and find the cheese I did. I’m sure I could get used to the layout, but it is very disorienting to a first-time visitor.
Staff was friendly and accommodating despite the fact that they were very busy. I got the feeling that this store is usually busy and this was probably a normal day.
Dusty warehouse full of liquor. Looks a lot nicer from the outside. Selection and prices were pretty decent, but I have to be seriously concerned with freshness here. There were still bottles of Pumking and other fall seasonals sitting around, and a lot of their beers were coated with a thick layer of dust. The Duvel bottle I got was ok, but I’d be wary of a less robust beer. Not the worst place in the world, but do yourself a favor and drive another 5 minutes down to Outlet Liquors.
A rather boring place to be the "Best Liquor Store in the World" as their sign says. This has a warehouse feel, and if you want full cases, a good place to be. Fortunately, most of what is available in cases is also available in singles. I hope this store is not indicative of Delaware beer stores.