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Left Hand Polestar Pilsner

Left Hand Brewing Company Polestar Pilsner

Left Hand's Polestar Pilsner is one of the most easily overlooked 
beers in the stores. This warm-weather gem comes in a six-pack so 
evocative of a cold clear night that it would be more appropriate as 
a winter warmer. Instead, this is one of the lightest, most refreshing
 craft brews…

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Avery Brewing • White Rascal

While you'll have no trouble finding an aggressive IPA, a
 double stout or Scotch ale in cans these days, the milder more 
sessionable craft styles seem to be much less plentiful. Happily, Avery's can release of White Rascal is bucking this trend. One of my 
favorite American wheats, White Rascal…

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Roblet Monnot St. Francois Volnay 2011

Roblet-Monnot St. Francois Pinot Noir, Volnay 2011

The St. Francois is blended from several vineyards with some coming from the premier cru sites of Robardelle and Mitans. I tried this particular wine early this year and it inspired me to expand my Burgundy portfolio tenfold. It was THAT GOOD! Monnot’s 100% Pinot Noir is destemmed prior to…

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Louis De Sacy Brut Originel Champagne

Louis de Sacy Brut Originel Champagne

A 12% alcohol blend of 55% pinot noir, 30% chardonnay and 15% pinot meunier with about 15% reserve wines bottled, refermented and aged 30 months en tirage before disgorgement and finished brut. Gold-straw in color and fully sparkling; dry, medium-light-bodied with fresh acidity. A yeast-fruit-and-mineral nose gives way to a…

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Viniq Shimmery Liqueur

Viniq Shimmery Liqueur

This unique spirit is a shimmery combination of vodka, moscato and fruit flavors that form a sweet and tangy liqueur. It mixes well with various fruit juices and is even better with a brut Champagne. We carry three flavors to tantalize your taste buds: Original (peach, berry and citrus), Ruby…

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Boulevard Tank 7 Farmhouse Ale

Boulevard Brewing Company Tank 7

My favorite style of beer is easily Saison. It’s a Belgian-style beer with a storied past, light, crisp, and easy drinking with layers of flavor. Boulevard has taken this style, known for yeasty spice (pepper) and hoppy fruit flavors/aromas, boosted the alcohol and dry-hopped it with a modern American hop…

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Francois Labet Crémant de Bourgogne, NV

One of my all-time favorite sparklings, this bang-for-your-buck Crémant rivals sparklings all over the world. Based in the heart of the Côte d’Or, Francois Labet proves tireless in his efforts to produce another fastidious wine. This Crémant shows a touch of apple pie crust, pretty bursting bubbles and is screaming…

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Dogfish Head Indian Brown Ale

Dogfish Head Brewery Indian Brown Ale

Indian Brown Ale is my favorite everyday drinking brew from Dogfish Head. While I enjoy most of their beers, this is one of the few I can have more than one or two of without having to switch things up. Basically a fusion beer of the IPA, brown ale and…

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Bell’s Blended Scotch Whisky

Bell’s is a very involved blend of 35 matured malt and grain whiskies from the Highlands and Lowlands area in Scotland. It is slightly spicy with bold hints of sweet grain and notes of walnuts and warm nutmeg. Bell’s is perfect for cooler nights and pairs extremely well with a…

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Ampelos Pinot Noir

Ampelos Pinot Noir, Santa Rita Hills 2013

One of my favorite California producers for many years, Ampelos is about as “green” as they come, which puts them in the upper echelon of quality wines and a quiet gem to be sought out. The grapes were hand harvested and allowed to start a natural fermentation. The wine is…

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Jolly Pumpkin Artisan Ales Oro de Calabaza

Sour beers are a trend that’s gaining popularity in the craft beer culture. Years ago when I discovered my first sours and loved them, no one was interested. Now we have customers coming in daily wanting to know what sours we have. Jolly Pumpkin is one of my favorite beer…

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