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Whole Foods Market
$$$ - a bit pricey
[ Store ]
2700 Wilson Blvd
phone: (703) 527-6596
(Place added by: BeerAdvocate)
Ratings & Reviews
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| Reviews: 14
quality: 4 | service: 3 | selection: 4 | $$
Pleasantly surprised with this find. I can usually count on Whole Foods to offer a solid selection of craft brews, and this one did not disappoint. It seemed to offer a slightly more extensive menu of beers than does the Whole Foods on Wisconsin Ave. in DC, my other point of reference for the chain in the Metro area. Well stocked with Troegs, DFH, and Anderson Valley. I was rather impressed with the variety of imports they offered as well. Prices were competetive, and were perhaps lower than average for the local market. Service was poorer than I'm accustomed to for Whole Foods. That notwithstanding, a fine place to pick up some beer.
06-19-2006 03:42:31 |
More by clabaugh
quality: 4 | service: 2 | selection: 4.5
Nice beer area-laid out well.Be sure to check out behind columns and displays.I found mutliple cases of Stone's Vertical 04 back there.The shelf of bombers is sort of behind the 6 pack rack as well.Didnt see any help to speak of.There was a guy stocking the macros but he didnt seem too interesetd if I needed help.Damn good selection-not as thorough as the Vienna store.Could use more imports-Belgian,Brits,Germans- a good place to stop if you cant get out to Vienna to the Whole Foods or Norms-I dropped a quick hundred.
04-25-2004 21:59:09 |
More by lackenhauser
quality: 5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5
WOW.... This place improved a ton since the last time I was there about 3 months ago. At the time it was a good place to get a quality six pack of beer. They made the best of a small space devoted to beer and I was not disappointed. But now the selection is downright spectacular. Its still not quite up to Whole Foods in Vienna, but they added an entire section of warm storage for belgians and other hard to find imports. The pricing on the Belgians is excellent with many quality 750s at 5.99. Rochfort 10 33cl were 5.99 as well, which is pretty damn good. Six pack prices in the refridgerated section are good to average with some good sale prices. They also now have a new refridgerated section dedicated to bombers and 500ml german imports with some excellent selections. Pricing on the bombers is average.
Their beer manager here is definitely doing a good job and seems to be adding interesting things all the time. They always have the latest and greatest seasonals, along with lots of hard to find imports. Beings that this is right down the street from my place, it is definitely where I will be going in the future for beer. Hands down the best beer store for miles. Funny that it happens to be in a supermarket!
01-18-2004 21:59:30 |
More by ChrisBowers
quality: 4.5 | service: 5 | selection: 4.5 | $$
AKA Whole Paycheck to some peeps, this is located in a a neighborhood in the midst of gentrification. It's located about 3 blocks from the Clarendon Metro station, so not too far away for a beer run if you're a local. They carry a decent amount and variety of beers. Trappists, Victory, some Stone, some Rogue, Unibroue, and Dogfish Head pop into mind. The beer shelves fight for space with the wine selection (I've talked with their beer manager, Bill about this) so the offerings tend to change. Still, I've found the beer manager to be quite responsive to me, and willing to take any requests I have into consideration. Beer tastings also seem to happen on a fairly regular basis.
09-21-2003 02:43:42 |
More by ManekiNeko
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