Stopped in on a later Sunday afternoon. It is pretty much the same as the other Andersons in Columbus, but a good bit smaller and not nearly as nice. It just seemed kind of dreary. It is the same idea as the other Andersons, it carries mid to higher end items in all sections, with an emphasis on high end and local food and beverage. The build your own six pack section was nice, but still paled in comparison to the one in town. All things considered, I would come here again, but my preference is the other location. This one is more convenient, though, since it is right off the highway, and the other one requires weaving through town.
Big dedicated parking lot. Beer in in the back a few rows to the left. Big selections, second biggest in Columbus. The quality of beers available were pretty good also. They will not break six-packs. Really good place for those new to craft beer. Good selection of singles and big selection of six-packs. Good selection of foreign beers. Not as picked over as the other Andersons, but not quite as good selection. I plan to go back.
The beer selection is pretty decent here. I dont go here just for the beer though. House is of Meats inside the store is the reason I go and it happens to be right next to the beers.They have close to 4 aisles of beers. They do sell singles.
A big let down after visiting the other Columbus location. The beer selection is less, they have fewer beers to make your own sixer, and the beers were all over the place. The only benefit was they had a few three floyds bombers. Definitely the other Columbus location is far superior.
I prefer the Brice Road location, but this one is nice too...A bit more difficult to get to for me. Always have some nice selections of individual bottles...But their six pack selections are phenominal. They used to have a much bigger selection of singles and I wish they would go back to that...But alas...They also have great food, deli, meats, and cheeses, and wines, so its worth the stop!