wine & beer

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Raise a glass to local flavor

sip and savor wine

When it comes to buying wine, shopping at a local grocery store like Hays Market can offer a range of benefits. Not only can you find a great selection of wines, but you’ll also be supporting a local business that’s committed to serving the community. At Hays Market, our convenient location and flexible hours make it easy to shop for wine whenever it’s convenient for you. So, whether you’re a seasoned wine connoisseur or just looking to try something new, come visit Hays Market and discover the many advantages of shopping local for your wine.

Cheers to great beer

craft brews and classic favorites

At Hays Market, we’re proud to offer a fantastic selection of beer, including many options from locally owned breweries. Whether you’re a fan of classic lagers and ales or prefer to experiment with unique and innovative brews, our beer selection has something for everyone. Our commitment to supporting local businesses means that you’ll have the chance to discover new and exciting beers that are made right here in your community. So come visit Hays Market today and discover the best beer selection in town!

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At Hays Market, we take our responsibility to promote responsible drinking seriously. As such, we require that all customers purchasing alcohol from our stores provide a valid ID to verify that they are 21 years of age or older. This is in accordance with state and federal laws, which prohibit the sale of alcohol to minors. We offer a great selection of beers, wines, and other alcoholic beverages, but we ask that our customers drink responsibly and in moderation. Thank you for your cooperation in helping us maintain a safe and responsible shopping environment.


be 21+

Hays Market strictly adheres to all state and federal laws regarding the sale of alcohol. As such, we require that all customers purchasing alcohol from our stores must be 21 years of age or older and provide a valid ID.

the impact of your shopping choices

Spending $100 at a local grocer keeps $45 in the local economy, while only $13 stays when choosing big chain stores.

Next time you shop, consider supporting local businesses, like hays market, and make a positive impact on your community.