Wegmans - Erie
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4.24/5 rDev +1%
I love Wegman's. Great selection for a grocery store, plus the mix-and-match selection is good at times. Other times it is a bunch BMC junk. Always worth checking out though. Wegmans was a leader when it came to making craft beer easily to get in Erie, PA.
01-28-2013 17:47:18 | More by Holmes698
3.3/5 rDev -21.4%
i've been in here many times to grab bottles and the best thing it has going for it is convenience. i do not like the new aisle set up compared to the old one, its more jumbled and harder to find things now. anyway, the selection is pretty good, but u pick 6 up the road definitely has a better and more diverse selection. that being said, if you're looking for anything mainstream or easy to find, they will have it here, and at a really decent price. i think their prices are the best in the area. i've never had much interaction with the staff, other than at check out, but that's fine. its nice to be able to look around and not be hassled by someone who probably doesn't know much about beer. all in all, a good spot to pick up some bottles, but you know you are in a grocery store, typically have to park far away, but have great prices.
05-10-2011 22:43:05 | More by PittRooney
4.85/5 rDev +15.5%
I get the majority of my beer from here and I love it. The selection is extensive, the beers are diverse, and the prices are very reasonable. The addition of the cafe was a great move!
Craft selection is very nice and includes most of the PA area breweries (Troegs, Voodoo, Great Lakes, Lancaster) as well as plenty of those outside PA (Great Divide, Long Trail, Flying Dog, Samuel Smith, ST, many more) and your standard selection of macro 12-packs. Lots of ST, Sam Adams, Rogue, Dead Guy, and so many more are always well stocked.
Very nice overall; Wegman's > most!
02-12-2011 01:08:04 | More by fdw3
4.3/5 rDev +2.4%
I stopped in here when visiting Erie. This is the second Wegmans that I have visited. I gotta say that I love these stores. This one in particular was like the other. A very nice well rounded selection of good beers.
Of course, all the local PA beers were represented. Anything from Voodoo to Stoudts to Troegs. They also had a nice selection of imports as well. A real nice selection of Lindemans as well.
They have coolers to get some cold ones from. And they have an even larger selection of warm ones as well.
12-19-2010 00:56:07 | More by Buggies
4.45/5 rDev +6%
Stopped here on our Yuengling run from MI to PA. Needless to say I was impressed with their selection of beers. They had all of the macros and different crafts that we cannot get in MI or OH. They had a Smithwicks tasting and it was nice to get some free samples unlike MI or OH. Being that they had the restaurant as part of the grocery store it was nice to get a six pack of something at a decent price instead of paying bar prices. We will hit this place up on our next Yuengling run. Our most pleasant surprise is not paying sales tax on beer in PA.
03-14-2010 12:59:56 | More by craigo19
4.85/5 rDev +15.5%
I've only been there once(5 days ago), but the selection was nice. They had a good bit of stuff from PA breweries(I picked up a bottle of "Twelve" from Victory, very nice) as well as other domestics and a good selection of imports. I was there for big Belgians, and I was fairly pleased. They had a bunch of individual bottles, as well as some 4 & 6 packs. They also had a fair amount of variety/gift packs(ones with glasses, saw one with 6 different Belgians, some leftover holiday packs).
As it has been mentioned, you can only buy at the 2 counters right there, which is not an inconvenience if you know it beforehand.
Prices(all 25 ounce bottles):
Victory Twelve - $8.50
Rare Vos - $8(I think)
Three Philosophers - $10
Most of the 6 pack shops I go to are also bars/restaurants, so compared to those, these prices are very low. I can't really compare to dedicated 6 pack shops.
The girl at the checkout seemed to know quite a bit about beer, and we talked about her recent trip to the Ommegang brewery and their upcoming tripel.
There's a lot more than what I remember, but other stuff they had that I like: Troegs, Weyerbacher, Unibroue, Great Lakes, Chimay, Orval, Duvel, Delirium Tremens & Noel, Samuel Smith.
I will definitely be back.
02-26-2010 18:08:19 | More by paulywog4
Wegmans - Erie in Erie, PA
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