DiarmaidBHK (864) Lewisburg, Pennsylvania | January 1, 2011| Updated February 21, 2011
It looks like a supermarket except they sell nothing but wine and beer. As the name implies the store is about 2/3 wine and 1/3 beer. They have a nice selection of imported and craft beers and a number of large bottles. They do encourage you to make your own six pack with everything they offer as a sixer available which seems fairly unprecedented. Their selection is better than Wegman’s but only through sheer volume and not quality. Prices are very reasonable for the area.
I’m pretty happy with this store. BYO 6-pack with a decent selection (beats Norm’s big time), and good prices. Went here a few times during my visit, and I always found quite a few ones to try. They are quick to re-stock, and overall a smooth shopping experience. Highly recommended.
MJ is the store manager -- he provides expert advice on Belgian Trappist Ales and US Breweries making Belgian Style Ales. I highly recommend this branch of Total Wine because of MJ’s expertise. A beverage shop for the "beer-lover."
narrow looking strip mall store that goes on and on. Huge selection of singles and 6 packs, good variety as well, nothing really rare but they do have some less common brewers, clean store and easy to get to. Prices were reasonable
They have probably the greatest selection in Loudoun County. The biggest draw for me is the ability to make your own six pack. They occasionally get some very good stuff in too. Some staff are very knowledgeable and some aren’t. Overall you can definitely find something here to quench your thirst!
Back in the day these places were called Total Beverage and they had a good to great selection of beer. Well no more. The name changed to Total Wine and so did the emphasis of the store. There are lots of beer but it is a rather uninteresting selection. The good news is that they sell tons of singles. The problem is that their quality is sometimes not so good. It is worth a stop if you are in the neighborhood but dont go out of your way for it. Of the ones in the DC area the location in Chantilly seems to have the most selection.