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At Atlantic Liquors, we know that some of you take your choice of beer seriously. That's why we carrry over 500 different choices. From good old local's choices like Dominion, Evolution & Dogfish (in all flavors and sizes) through old reliables like Miller Lite and Budweiser.
Stopped here when we were taking a long weekend in Rehoboth Beach. In fact, we stopped there twice so we could get some more beers that aren't available here in PA. It's a warehouse type of vibe which is all good and they have a "healthy" selection of Craft Beer, most being more widely distributed selection of beer which isn't so special. However, they did have some really nice selections from Aslin and Equilibrium which is always a big "plus" IMO. Some of the local smaller DE breweries were also represented there which is another big "plus". (Source: www.beeradvocate.com)
Atlantic Liquors used to be the only game in town for craft brews, but a lot has changed in the past 10 years. There are now multiple outlets where you can get craft brews, and a few that offer an extensive selection. Other than that, the inside of Atlantic is looking a little bit run down whereas some of the newer store look and feel great. They've still got a decent selection, particularly if you're looking for six packs or cases, but their singles selection hasn't quite kept pace with the competition. On the up side, singles are kept cold here. Overall it's worth a stop - there's not much to do in Rehoboth anyway.
Warehouse-style beer and wine store. Kinda like Sam's for beer. You have to check the dates carefully - some of the beer there is really old. (Hint: if the bottle is dusty, chances are good that it's been there a couple of seasons.) Although there is a decent selection of craft beers, Atlantic Liquors probably does more volume in (and therefore pays more attention to) the mega-breweries than the local breweries. The store is on the right-hand side of the road southbound (ie, headed toward the beach), and I STILL don't stop there. There are better places. (Source: www.beeradvocate.com)