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.
Big place with loads of singles and six pack, both national and local. You can also pick up some seasonal brews. Well organized, limited staff but helped me finding the beer I was looking for. I find this place well convenient.
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.
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.
This place has quite an impressive selection of beer. They lack much of a cooler section, but they do have a growler bar, tons of different cases of beer from around the world, and a pretty solid single bottle selection. You’d be hard pressed to find too many places with the same volume of single beers in the Atlanta area outside of maybe Hop City. That being said, there wasn’t much in the way of really rare stuff. Most things I’d seen at other stores in the area but it is nice to have them all under one roof. Prices were a little on the high end. Also, the staff seemed almost non existent. Nobody in the beer section at alI I don’t always have questions but if I do it’s nice to know there is someone around. Was there for probably about 30 minutes and was not approached one time. The only employees I saw actually were at the checkout counters and it was a Saturday afternoon. Overall though its a good spot if you’re in the mood for stocking up on some beer. I’d go back if I was in the area.
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.
GTAEgeek (279) Colorado Springs, Colorado | July 17, 2012| Updated November 28, 2012
Just a basic Total Wine. The singles selection is extensive and exceptional, but strangely lacking in Belgians. The prices are fair. The employees seemed to actively avoid being helpful. A great selection, but not a place I would choose to go, if I had a choice. Other stores have better feel and more helpful and friendly people.
Stopped in here as I was in the neighborhood and was pleasantly surprised to find a number of things I had not seen in some of my regular haunts. Pike Place was a particular surprise in addition to some Diamond Knot bombers. The mix a 6 is really nice considering the stores closer to me do not offer that aspect. If I were closer I would be here a little more frequently. Worth a stop to get some variety and selection that may not be found in other spots around town.