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Not Rated.

18 Ratings
Ratings: 18
Reviews: 12
rAvg: 4.02
pDev: 9.45%
[ Store ]

4508 Lee Hwy
Arlington, Virginia, 22207-3304
United States
phone: (703) 525-0990

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(Place added by: ManekiNeko)
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Photo of GoodOmens
4.45/5  rDev +10.7%

While slightly a dollar or more for the same stuff from places like Totalwine or Whole Foods - Arrowine makes up for it in selection and customer service. If your searching for something don't forget to reach out to Nick, he knows his stuff! He's made some great recommendations and is a knowledgeable person to talk to.

I only wish they would expand their cheeses to include some Abbey stuff - but a fella can dream, right? But I've asked and they've recommended some tasty cheese to go along with my brews.

GoodOmens, Jun 13, 2013
Photo of dieBlume
4.2/5  rDev +4.5%

A: It's a really great atmosphere there because the staff is extremely friendly. The only thing I dislike is how cramped it can get sometimes. When they're doing tastings it gets hard to move around, but certainly isn't enough to say I don't like it there.

Q: They have an amazing quality of stuff there as far as beer goes. I'm not huge on wine, but it's obviously first a wine place, so they know their stuff. The beer selection seems to be a mix of locals and imports. I always find something I like.

S: If you go here to buy/sample beer and you don't know Nick, you're doing it wrong. Nick is the local beer expert, after going in a few times he easily recognized my boyfriend and I. He's great to chat with and knows his stuff. There are also a few other employees who know their stuff when it comes to beer, but then tend to be on the register so I forget their names. Either way, great staff.

S: Huge wine selection. Beer selection is a bit smaller, but certainly covers the bases of what you could possibly want.

F: Didn't try the food, but they have a huge selection of cheeses, meats, crackers, and other goods from local places.

V: A bit pricey, but worth it considering the service and types of beers they tend to have.

dieBlume, Mar 18, 2013
Photo of Sludgeman
4.36/5  rDev +8.5%

Arrowine started a number of years ago as a wine store. So it is first and foremost a good place to buy wine. That said, they have done a great job in turning themselves into a goto place for craft beer.

A nice variety of beers. Good selection, just not a huge amount like some other stores in the area. But I am fine with this. They generally have what I drink. They get the new releases and typically have something I haven't had before (if that's how I'm feeling that day).

Nick, the beermonger, is personalable and knowledgable. Get to know him. Ask questions. But he is the only person I am aware of that has any beer knowledge, so if he is not around, you could be on your own if help is needed.

Prices are in the middle, but not on the cheap side.

They have a nice selection of cheeses, etc. also.

Sludgeman, Jan 03, 2013
Photo of Jtc2811
4.1/5  rDev +2%

I have seen the lukewarm reviews of this place, and note that they are almost a year out of date. I know that they recently got a couple of new beer guys working the store, and I guess it made a difference, since in the last few months that I hace been coming here i have been legitimately impressed.

First off, i will note that the price tag is a little higher than some other places in VA, like Total Wine. However, I feel that it is justified because of both the rarity of available beers and the quality of the stock on the shelf. Unlike TW, where stuff can literally sit for years, these guys move it out if it's getting old. On the other side, they also have a private cellar program; I snagged a couple of 4 year old barleywines because I talked craft industry with the stocker.

The selection, as others have said, is specific brews from a lot of places, rather than many from one. However, what they do stock is almost always seasonal or limited releases. I found a ton of really good, rare beers here in one wallet busting trip.

The place is pretty big, but the beer section is kinda small; it is expanding though. most of the shop is dedicated to fine wine and really nice cheese and deli meats.\

Overall, worth going to if you're a big beer hunter, but if you are looking for a run of the mill craft, there are better options.

Jtc2811, Dec 16, 2011
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Arrowine in Arlington, VA
90 out of 100 based on 18 ratings.