Due a rerate! Old rating was 70. Food, prices were typical of a Whole Foods. Excellent customer service at the bar, which is a relatively new feature. They went from 8 taps to 48 in a newly installed bar. Lots of local beer, some uncommon stuff, and even something whale-ish (Rum Barrel Ted Fidy). A few of the taps are dedicated to kombucha, but there are 45-ish taps dedicated to beer, mead, cider. They have also increased some space for the bottled selection. The selection of small format singles could be better, but, this is a great selection in both bottles and keg. Prices on beer are solid. Service is good. George working the bar during my visit was excellent, and went out of his way to try and find some weird esoteric information for me. Food, parking typical of Whole Foods. Recommended stop.
A pretty cool place, if you actually find it! Pretty good selection of craft beers, and even a hidden section of local beers over near the fresh produce. Great cheeses to pair it with, and some pretty good prepared foods as well. Aside from being a good beer store, its the best grocery store in the area...somewhat pricey though.
It’s nice for a grocery store. The stock people actually approached us a couple of times and asked if we needed help- usually you have to rove aisle upon aisle to find anyone who will help. Good selection. Pretty good prices. A few taps for growlers an on-site "sampling."
One of the best beer selections I’ve seen at a Whole Foods. Nice long aisle of chilled beers along with a few more bottles on the other side. Some good local beer selections. Nice selection of taps for on-site consumption and growler fills. Friendly beer staff. Definitely worth a stop if you’re in the Richmond area.
Nice selection of bottles, singles, mix-a-six, small but nice draft list that rotates frequently. They fill 64 and 32 ounce growlers. beer staff is knowledgeable and friendly. atmosphere is..well, it’s a grocery store but there is seating so you can enjoy a pint or glass of wine there. fair prices.