Stopped in to grab a Westy XII box and was impressed with the selection. A large warehouse type store but was well decorated. A nice selection of bottles (wine and cigars too) with a growler station that has a good selection. Staff is friendly and helpful. Can mix just about any single which I like. Prices are competitive.
Although the main focus of this liquor superstore is wine, as its name suggests, it has a formidable beer selection. Not only are there plenty of local and craft brews, there is an excellent array of imports, arranged by country. They have two isles in the store dedicated to beer - and though I didn’t see everything, I saw only "good" beer, as in no macrobrews, just craft brews and imports. Furthermore, they have plenty of beers in single bottles so you don’t have to buy a whole six-pack and then get stuck if you don’t like the beer. I could spend hours in this place! Definitely a must-visit for all beer lovers within an hours’ driving distance.
osu97gp (30) Cincinnati, Ohio | January 30, 2009| Updated April 21, 2009
Beer is to the far right of the store. Good selection of singles available. Nice sized cooler, although not as large as a Green’s location. Overall a pretty decent selection of both imports and micros. The beer singles area seems to be getting larger each time I go in. Also they no longer sell liquor due to transfering that department to the new Alpharetta store, not that it matters.
This is definitely a wine place, but they have a pretty decent selection of beer. My opinion on selection might be slightly biased, due to being a Michigander seeing many new brews that aren’t available in Michigan though. Prices compared to what I am used to would definitely be on the better side. I just wish I would have had the opportunity to better use this store, but only had a short stay here.
Well, it’s pretty much a Total Wine location. When I first entered, I went straight to the end of the store with all the beer signs. There is a walk in cooler filled with swill, then a few coolers filled with accessible microbrews and imports. I was about to get really pissed when I noticed three aisles down, separated by shelves of wine, was the real beer section. There is a lot of beer here and weird beers at that. I picked up some interesting stuff that I had never before seen. Despite this, other brews that I regularly see at Green’s, for instance, were not present. It is a strange selection, but quite extensive and of course, most everything is available in singles. I’d recommend this as a stop. It seems that GA usually has the lowest beer prices in the south. Total Wine falls right in line with other stores in the area.
Tucked away amongst the busy Perimeter Mall area (and across the street from a Taco Mac) is Total Wine & More, a large warehouse-style wine-liquor-beer store that, while focused first and foremost on wine, does present a decent beer selection at comparable prices. Of particular note is the ability to create your own six-pack. I find that to be a very nice feature as, let’s face it; let’s be honest, sometimes you don’t necessarily want six entire bottles of DFH Midas Touch, Leinenkugel’s Summer Shandy, or Cave Creek Chili Beer.
Typically, I find the staff of alcohol purveyors to be surly, ill-mannered, discourteous cretins. When the employees just leave me alone, I’m thrilled, but the staff here at this particular Total Wine & More was friendly, downright affable, and didn’t hesitate a second to rip apart a few six-packs that had not yet made it to the singles section yet. Me and my newly purchased Full Sail Limited Edition Lager #3 thank you.
Not a bad lil’ stop if you’re in the area!
Visited here in late June ’14 while on a work trip. A bit more of a selection of beers than other Total Wines I have visited. One complete aisle full of singles - perfect for a ticker like me. Another aisle is full of craft six-packs form all over the country and miscellaneous imports and a cooler full as well. Walk around - several seasonal special set up all over the store - not just in the beer section. They have a growler fill station as well - lots of local and regional taps. Worth a visit if in the area.
The Wal-Mart of alcohol, I say who cares. It was a nice, well organized, well lighted store. Great selection, great prices, clean store. I was able to find more than a few beers I wanted to purchase. Staff was helpful I think this is a great addition to any city.
Visited August 2016. Big store with a fairly comprehensive selection of beer. Loads only sold in packs, but also lots of singles. Nothing too rare, but a decent selection of seasonals and specialties. Not a lot of staff in the store, as others have mentioned.