Sunday, August 2, 2015

Beer and wine at Whole Foods

The store opening tomorrow at Plymouth Meeting Mall will have a pub.

Beer and wine at Whole Foods

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Cold Point Pub. (Photo: Kate Medley – Whole Foods Market)
Cold Point Pub. (Photo: Kate Medley – Whole Foods Market)

Good news for beer heads in the Plymouth Meeting area:

The Whole Foods store opening Tuesday (1/12) at Plymouth Meeting Mall (500 W. Germantown Pike) will have rooftop cafe and 28-seat sit-down pub with a fairly ambitious beer and wine program -- at least by Pennsylvania supermarket standards.

WF will sell beers by the glass as well as in 32-ounce and 64-ounce growlers for take-home.

Wines will be sold by the bottle only for consumption in the pub; wines also will be sold by one-, three-, and six-ounce glass. Figure on $1 to $4 for a one-ounce taste, $2.50 to $9 for a three-ounce pour; and $5 to $18 for a six-ounce glass.

Beer list and prices by glass, quart and half-gallon (empty glass growlers will be sold, too):
 

  • Sly Fox 133 IPA  $2.99, $5.49, $10.99
  • Yuengling Lager  $1.99, $2.99, $5.99 
  • Troegs Rugged Trail Brown Ale:  $2.99, $3.99, $7.99
  • Victory St. Victorious   $2.99, $5.49, $10.99
  • Flying Fish Abbey Dubbel  $ 2.99, $4.49, $8.99
  • Yards ESA   $2.99, $3.99, $7.99


Cold Point Pub menu:

Small Plates

  • Marcona Almonds ($1.99)
  • Olive Sampler ($3.99)
  • Cheese Plate ($5.99)
  • Charcuterie Plate(La Quercia Prosciutto, Primo Genoa Salami and Framani Mortadella) $5.99
  • Taste of Philly Soft Pretzels ($2.99)
  • Mediterranean Feta Salsa ($4.99)
  • House Smoked Wings ($5.99)
  • Fries ($1.99)

Big Plates

  • Hand Tossed Pizza (pepperoni or the daily special) ($3.29)
  • Bison Burger or Bison Cheeseburger on a potato roll. ($5.99)
  • Burger or Cheeseburger ($4.99)
  • Veggie Burger or Veggie Cheese Burger ($4.49)
  • All Beef Hot Dog in a potato bun ($2.99)
  • Chili Dog and Chili Cheese Dog ($4.49)
  • Chicken Caesar Salad ($6.99)
  • Cranberry Goat Cheese Salad with dried cranberries, walnuts and mandarin orange segments with crumbled goat cheese and a spiced pomegranate vinaigrette ($5.99)

Wine list (sorry, but prices were not available)

  • San Fabiano, Chianti "Putto" 2007
  • Cantele, Salice Salentino Riserva 2006
  • Tenuta Luisa, Merlot 2008
  • Cataldi Madonna, Montepulciano d'Abruzzo 2007
  • Le Sughere di Frassinello 2006
  • Statti, Gaglioppo 2008
  • San Michele all Adige, Pinot Nero 2006
  • Damilano, Barolo "Lecinquevigne" 2004
  • Catherine le Goeuil, Cairanne 2007
  • Pallieres, Gigondas 2006
  • d’Aupilhac, "Lou Maset" 2007
  • Lapierre, Morgon 2008
  • Dupeuble, Beaujolais 2008
  • Charles Jouget, Chinon "Cuvée Terroir" 2007
  • Regis Bouvier, Marsannay 2006
  • Phillipe Faury, St. Joseph 2006
  • Berger, Grüner Veltliner
  • Hiedler, Grüner Veltliner "Thal" 2008
  • Brundlmayer, Grüner Veltliner "Käferberg" 2002
  • Hirsch, Riesling "Zobing" 2008
  • Nigl, Riesling "Kremsleiten" 2007
  • Heidi Schrock, Muscat 2008
  • Heidi Schrock, Weissburgunder 2007
  • Brundlmayer, Riesling "Kamptaler Terrassen" 2007
     
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