LinusStick (65) Moon Twp, suburb of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania | October 17, 2011
I love these huge megastores that we don’t have in my home state of PA. This place had rows and rows of individual bottles, then a row of six packs, a row of cases and some coolers with cold beer. Found some great stuff not available in PA and the prices were about half. Nice store, but was slightly disappointed that the VA stores didn’t sell spirits
Skipped the wine section of course and focused on the beers. Very good selection of US beers and different countries. I got three new countries and five new states. Good service. Agree that it is not very organized. They have tried to split it by beer style, then alphabetically, but they must be using a different local alphabet. Good prices, though imports a tad expensive.
Big parking lot right in front. Big box store. Pretty good singles selection, not as big as McLean, but different variety. Got help pretty easily. Good prices. Close to Dulles Towncenter and not too far from Leesburg Outlets.
Seems smaller than the other Total Wine locations in VA and MD. Good selection of beers in singles and packs, plus some gems that sell out quickly at the local mom & pop type shops. Most of the craft beer is along the left side of the store towards the back and along the endcaps in the middle and back. Prices are good, selection does seem kind of unorganized. Friendly staff.
This was a pleasant surprise. Visiting friends in Potomac Falls, this is their local wine merchant. Having read previous reviews, I knew this place offered a wide range of 12oz singles, and this proved to be the case. The beers came from across the USA, at decent prices and offering the full range of styles. I certainly felt no need to look at the foreign imports or six packs. having said that, this place covers all the needs of my English immigrant friend, with many Suffolk beers available. Staff were friendly and efficient at the checkout. A great shop.
mnoud (28) Martinsburg, West Virginia | December 4, 2012
As noted, head straight for the back of the store. There are various "display" stacks in the aisles on the way back but the bulk of the beer is on back.
Selection is very, very good. If you can't find a beer you like here,you probably don't like beer. I found some things I had not seen before like Mikkeller Spontanwildstrawberry and Morland Old Crafty Hen.
Beer is grouped in a semi-logical way by style/region. At least there is some rhyme or reason to it.
Staff was helpful, they searched and tried to locate two or three things for me.
Ambience is typical Total Wine. As is parking. Customer service is slightly better than average. The selection is disorganized like hell, though I came on a Saturday so that wasn’t doing them any favors. Good selection though, better than your typical Total Wine in quanity and even a little better in quality. Pretty good Total Wine.
magsinva (180) Virginia | February 19, 2011| Updated February 20, 2011
Only 25% of the store is beer, and the staff is attentive, but doesn’t know anything about beer. That said, the selection is pretty much everything available in the area from a beer standpoint. It mostly sorted correctly in to categories so you can find what you are seeking. Most of their sixers are available for BYO sixer packs. In November - December they have about 20 beer gift sets from Ommegang, Troegs (Mad Elf!), among others.
DiarmaidBHK (907) 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.