Since Jim works here now, this store has become the Va. flagship store for beer. Jim is always courteous and willing to help. Selection is better than most any other Whole Foods. I’ll be going back on a regular now that Jim works there.
Very helpful service. Person stocking checked in the back for any six packs that he had that were not cold as I was traveling. He did not have what I wanted warm, but helpful nevertheless. Decent selection of good beers. Great Bells selection.
Decent selection, but even the cheaper, regular grocery stores in the area are starting to stock many of the beers they have here. Service was good, as a person stocking the area asked if I needed any help. Clean.
millysdaddy (1) Alexandria, Virginia | January 1, 2007| Updated January 6, 2007
Best beer selection in the area that I’ve found. Regularly stocks new and seasonal brews. Few if any single 12 ouncers for sale. Easy access from metro and free parking in under-store garage.
I’ve been to many a Whole Foods in the last few years - this one probably rivals Austin as having the best beer selections so far. Dozens of east coast micros - even found DFH Raison D’Extra - first time seeing this. Dozens of bombers and lots of Belgiums. Could have a few more single 12 ozers - but the world does not revolve around us beer geeks I realize. Quick jaunt from the King St Metro stop - hint - head to the left and look for Duke St.
Pleasantly located right behind my hotel near the King St metro station. Whole Foods always has a better than average lineup of frosty bottles and I even found a couple new singles to take back to the room.