Whole Foods Market
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Ratings: 17 | Reviews: 12 | Display Reviews Only:
Reviews by djaeon:
3.9/5 rDev -2.7%
I was very surprised the first time I came in here. I walked in just for some grocery store stuff and stumbled upon a treasure trove of great beers. They have an excellent selection of local craft beers, as well as many Belgians, lambics and a few sours. And it's rounded off with a good variety of craft breweries from outside of San Diego. It is a little pricey, but who can really complain when you can't find some of these beers other places? I won't say it's necessarily worth driving far out of your way for, but if you're in the area, I'd definitely recommend checking it out.
03-18-2009 22:10:52 | More by djaeon
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3.24/5 rDev -19.2%
This would be a good stop for someone from out of town who wanted a good selection of southern California brews. I stopped by this evening, as I do every couple of months, but left empty handed. However they seem to have the complete line-up of standards from Green Flash, Lightning, Coronado, Alesmith, Mission, St. Archer's, Ballast Point, and New English. They are short in other San Diego area breweries, but have some variety in Eagle Rock, Mother Earth, and others from the region.
This store also has a big shelf area of Belgians and oddball imported beers in big bottles. It's across from the dairy cooler so it's not exactly warm.
Clean and well-stocked place. Prices are higher than average. There is the tap room at the entrance on University Ave. so you can try before you buy.
02-12-2014 03:41:12 | More by mactrail
3.65/5 rDev -9%
I have to say, I was way biased against this place before I saw their beer selection. I work at Trader Joes and we pretty much listen to customers tell us about how much Whole Foods rips them off all day. As a store, Whole Foods sucks. There's no reason to charge what they're charging pretty much 75% of the things they carry. Alright, rant over. However, my friend convinced me to check out their beer selection, and when I did I was pretty impressed. Not only did they have a great selection (way better than Trader Joes. Don't get me started...) but their prices on beer are really low. In fact, for some of the beer there, it's the lowest price I've seen anywhere. Buying singles from six packs isn't cheap but everything else there is. And they have a pretty good selection of locals and Belgians. If you happen to be in a Whole Foods, definitely check out their beer selection.
04-20-2011 16:09:32 | More by notchucknorris
3.75/5 rDev -6.5%
Whole Foods as a market sucks. My girlfriend loves the place but all the food is way expensive. You can get a sandwich for like $7.50. If you go to a deli a sandwich is less, it just doesn't make sense in a capitalist society, but I digress. The beer selection is good, they don't have too many 6 packs, because they are super expensive, but their selection of craft, micro, and Belgians is impressive. I prefer going to a non-chain licquor store, because I am and anti-corporate badass, but in a pinch their beer selection will certainly get the job done. You foofy bastard.
07-24-2010 02:46:50 | More by gildobeer
3.85/5 rDev -4%
Stopped In to the store to do some grocery shopping today with a friend. Got in to the store and it was apparent pretty early that this isn't my type of that grocery store. However I remembered that I heard Whole Foods has good beer in them. Sure enough I wasn't disappointed with a very good selection of craft beer from Southern California. I picked up a number of bottles that include Ballast Point, Port, Russian River, Lost Abbey, Ale Smith, Samuel Smith, Dogfish Head, and Avery. They have a good selection of Belgians and other crafts form around the country. Since its a grocery store there really wasn't anyone asking if you need help with finding things. Overall its a good place to grab some good beer worth stopping by if your in the neighborhood.
07-19-2010 00:05:13 | More by armock
Whole Foods Market in San Diego, CA
90 out of 100 based on 17 ratings.