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70 /100 400 ADIOS DRIVE SUITE 20
“Nice quaint glass enclosed place in the Meadows Race track plaza. Easy to find. Lots of parking, fairly busy on a saturday afternoon. 10 of their own beers on tap. Friendly service and good prices considering we are right next to a horse race gambling complex. Had a flight of 4 a big draft and a few tastes for only $13!! Digging that! Inside they have a smallish L shaped bar and about 10 small tables. No food but within a few steps is Primanti's and a couple of other excellent food places that will deliver. Big TV set over bar with decent music playing in the background.“
cheap 384 days ago
80 /100 28 EAST MAIDEN STREET
“A brewery in WashPA. Maybe the first since Prohibition. Very clean, good service. Had 8 or so brews on tap, all good. Solid food, good prices. I hope that this place thrives. I knew that we'd get a brewery eventually. This is a pretty good one. Big open interior, some TVs.“
douglas88 866 days ago
68 /100
Giant Eagle - Washington (Grocery Store)
331 WASHINGTON ROAD
“Big Giant Eagle in a busy shopping center. The beer part actually has a growler fill station and taps. The beer selection is really nice, lots of locals and six packs. Some singles. Basically, my go to place when I'm home for beer to takeout (along with Guntown).“
douglas88 1104 days ago
86 /100 28 EAST MAIDEN STREET
“So, We were down in little Washington for the Christmas craft show and came across this jewel. It was easy to find with plenty of parking on a Sunday afternoon. To start, there is a big brewing room on the front of this place, open for all to see; there were things happening in there. Seated quickly, quick service and everybody was pleasant. Lots of seating with music playing not too loud, but at just the right volume, nice. Although it was a warehouse atmosphere, with grey walls, they tailored the sound level with red and black artistic decorations that were actually sound absorbing panels. Even when the family's child next to us starting screeching, I was able to endure it, heheheh. Hey, I know what that's all about! 4 oz samples of any of the eight beers on tap were $2 each. Good personality in all the brews and none tasted like this was a new brewer. My wife had a build your own pizza for $11, tasted pretty good too. Good overall beer tasting experience. Stop in check it out. BTW, the prices were very affordable across the board, even for Pgh.“
cheap 1132 days ago
66 /100 13.5 E. WHEELING ST
“On the street parking. Steps go down to basement. Nice brick and older upscale place. Beer selection is fairly limited, especially tap. Chicken parmigiana was pretty good, Stromboli looked great. Reasonable pricing for beer and food. I would go back, but mostly for the food.“
weihenweizen 1509 days ago
52 /100 20 CUMBERLAND AVE
“Small parking lot out front. Bottle shop with a medium sized bar on the right as you go in. Service was average. Selection is probably the best for Washinton, PA, but is still quit limited. I would not go out of my way to visit.“
weihenweizen 1510 days ago
38 /100
Chicken Charlies (Beer Store)
501 JEFFERSON AVE
“Parking right in front, next to a gas station (big sign out front does not have chicken on it, six-pack Charlie’s, may be). No service to speak of. Selection was limited to a few dozens single beers which were high, but fairly reasonable for PA. Selection was so limited there is no reason to return.“
weihenweizen 1510 days ago
50 /100 555 JEFFERSON AVENUE
“Small parking lot right in front of this place. Service was pretty good you could ask questions. Selection was case and 12-packs only (which was new). Prices in PA are fairly expensive. I didn’t buy anything and there is no real reason to return.“
weihenweizen 1510 days ago
68 /100
Giant Eagle - Washington (Grocery Store)
331 WASHINGTON ROAD
“Typical giant eagle with huge free parking lot. Need gas there is a station right next to this place (relatively good pricing). They have four taps for growler fills and having a beer with your meal, but there was nothing on I was interested in. Service seemed good, there was a guy there I could have asked questions. Descent Belgian and American selections. Pricing is pretty good for PA, but still a little high on some things. Selection was as good as Village Square Market District. I would go back and this is close to I79.“
weihenweizen 1713 days ago
64 /100 250 SOUTH MAIN STREET
“Probably the best bar in WashPA for a good beer. Had about 20 taps, some pretty good. A few coolers with good singles of local brews and some assorted oddities. Good service. A few dart boards, TVs etc.“
douglas88 1931 days ago
74 /100 20 CUMBERLAND AVE
“Stopped in on a Saturday afternoon early. Small dedicated parking lot. Looks fairly unimpressive from the outside, but once you get inside, it is pretty nice. The left side of the inside has coolers with build your own six pack beers, lots of great stuff in tere there to choose from. We picked up a six pack of Hopslam here unexpectedly. Good pricing for PA. I would definitely come back here if in the area.“
JStax 2080 days ago
64 /100
Giant Eagle - Washington (Grocery Store)
331 WASHINGTON ROAD
“Stopped in on a Saturday in the late morning. Plenty of parking. As soon as you walk through the front doors, the beer selection is on the left. 3-4 aisles of six packs, large format bottles, and imports, then there is cooler space with six packs and a small build your own six pack section that I was able to build a 6-pack of unrated beers from. Nice selection just about 45 minutes from Morgantown and not far off I-79. Pricing on the 6-pack was decent, but I also got a couple bottles of Timmerman’s Geueze, which was kind of pricy, but I knew they were good so I went with it anyway. All in all this is a decent place to visit if you are in the area. there is also a small growler station with 4 taps. I didn’t take advantage of this, but it’s there if you are searching for something like that.“
JStax 2087 days ago
56 /100
Giant Eagle - Washington (Grocery Store)
331 WASHINGTON ROAD
“Someone else said these are bar prices. Where the hell is that bar? Out of business by now I guess. Not a bad selection for a grocery store. I mean it is Giant Eagle we’re not talking slop n save here. Tax is included In all the prices.“
TylerPow 3604 days ago
52 /100
Giant Eagle - Washington (Grocery Store)
331 WASHINGTON ROAD
“PA beer laws require this ridiculous procedure to buy a 6pack. So for anyone not from PA - this is a grocery store with a separate register for ringing up their meager beer selection. Expect to pay the same prices that you would at a bar, which is what this "technically" is. In any event, the craft beer selection is modest and the prices are average for the region. Expect to see other GE employees taking their breaks nearby or standing by the door for a smoke break.“
N0AH 3604 days ago
76 /100 555 JEFFERSON AVENUE
“Welcome to Pennsylvania - where beer distributors can sell you no less than 288 ounces at a time and bars can sell you no more than 192 ounces at a time. This is a distributor - which means all they have are cases and larger. BUT... some breweries make mixed packs, like 2 mixed 12 packs in a case. Cappelli’s has probably the best craft beer selection in Washington & Greene counties, so stock up here or drive to the ’burgh.“
N0AH 3624 days ago
52 /100
Chicken Charlies (Beer Store)
501 JEFFERSON AVE
“I can’t believe that this place is on the site, but in terms of Washington, it’s a decent place. A lot of macros, open late, some PA seasonal beer and good prices. I used to pay homeless guys a 40 ounce beer to buy us cases of Keystone here. They have food, and the place is always open. They have (had?) a stupid law that you could buy as many 12 packs as you want, but had to carry them out one by one- don’t ask me why. A place I shall never forget, and due to the early closing time of beer stores, I will return to often.“
douglas88 4070 days ago
62 /100
Chicken Charlies (Beer Store)
501 JEFFERSON AVE
“This is the best value in the Pittsburgh area, but not the best selection. They have a couple refrigerators of singles and duces. Usually have a good amount of seasonals and local stuff. 10% off for a six pack. This is a regular beer stop for me.“
WVHouseofBeer 4086 days ago
66 /100 555 JEFFERSON AVENUE
“This place had a good selection but only go here if you are looking to buy a case. The service is average (don’t speak to you unless you ask them something). If I’m looking to sample different beers this isn’t a place I go to.“
WVHouseofBeer 4158 days ago
70 /100 555 JEFFERSON AVENUE
“(Visited 01/2008): Cappelli’s is located on Jefferson Ave not too far off I-70. They have a small private lot on the side of the building that seems to be shared with a laundy mat. The interior appears to be a convenience store until you go around the first corner and see row after row filled with cases of beer. As mentioned, there is not a denomination of beer smaller than a 12-pack. This is detrimental if you want to sample different beers but luckily there are some variety packs available. The beers are somewhat categorized geographically. There are beers available from Church, Iron City, Tröegs, Yuengling, Bell’s, GLBC etc domestically. As for imports they have a few selections from around the globe. Service is pretty standard, nobody went out of their way to ask what I was looking for but they were available for questions. Overall I would probably stop here again based on proximity to the interstate and availability of samplers from PA brewers.“
Dogbrick 4432 days ago
70 /100 555 JEFFERSON AVENUE
“A typical PA beer store. Has a huge walk in cooler that houses a ton of American macros. They have a bunch of good beers, from cases of Bells to Chimay and Unibroue. There are a few real finds here. Prices are average. However, you can only buy cases. A good case is usually around 45$. The best place in WashPA to buy beer.“
douglas88 4732 days ago