Botanist & Barrel Harmonious Erroneous Aronia & Blueberry Cider

Ceder Grove, NC · 7%

Aronia berries create a tart mouthwatering cider upfront with sweet blueberry notes on the finish, keg conditioned.

Weihenstephan Festbier

Germany · 5.4%

Festbier is a full-bodied, hoppy, lager especially brewed for the beer festival season. This beer truly represents the Bavarian way of celebrating, with a deep gold color, great mouthfeel and lots of flavor. Prost!

Ayinger Oktober Fest-Märzen

Aying, Germany · 5.8%

Beer in Bavaria has had an exceptionally high value since time immemorial. It is not just the proverbial “liquid bread” alone, but rather also the social “cement” of our culture, in which values such as conviviality, community, honesty, reliability and solidarity with the homeland play a major role. The deep roots in our region, continuously deepened over generations, form the nutrient base of the Ayinger Brewery. The quality of our beer, consistently awarded numerous prizes for its excellence, is consequently not just based on the select ingredients of our region and the capacities of our brewing art. Equally important is the spirit, the mindset, the very values with which we have performed our craft for over 130 years. Rich, amber-golden color. Deep, inviting, malty nose and bready, wonderful flavor that's an ode to barley. Medium to big body, with a touch of warming alcohol on the finish. Soft dryness from long maturation. ABV: 5.8% - OG: 1.054 - IBU: 21 Ingredients: Water, barley malt, hops, yeast

Southern Range Unicorns & Lollipops NEIPA

Monroe, NC · 7.4%

Our take on a milkshake IPA. Smooth, tropical & dank!

Homeplace Spare Parts DDH IPA

Burnsville, NC · 6%

Double dry hopped American IPA with Wakatu, Citra, Vic Secret, Tahoma, Motueka and Idaho 7

Heist 20/20 Vision IPA

Charlotte, NC · 6.7%

This NE IPA was formally known as Not From Concentrate Version 20. Heist brought it back with a permanent name and same great taste. Brewed and double dry hopped with El Dorado, Chinook, Simcoe and Cascade.

Fat Orange Cat Remember What The Dormouse Said

East Hampton, CT · 7%

Super dank New England hazy w/ Eureka and Citra hops

Burial The Venom Vigil DIPA

Asheville, NC

That which fans the vile calamities of our innermost demons, is that which manifests the very brightest genesis. This marks a moment of departing from revolving misery and laying nest to our most menacing and often beguiling bounties. Mashed with Epiphany Craft Malt Triticale and Oats. Aged with peach puree and a touch of fresh vanilla bean. Double dry-hopped with Azacca, Comet, Galaxy and Wai-Iti and Amarillo Cryo.

Captain Lawrence Tears Of Green Imp IPA

Elmsford, NY · 7.1%

This Imperial India Pale Ale is dry hopped with Motueka & Citra hops, giving it a big piney and citrusy finish!

Casita Mangotangelo DIPA

Farmville, NC. · 8%

It was brewed with pale malt, wheat, and oats, and then hopped with Motueka, Cashmere, Idaho 7, and Medusa. Finally we hauled 2000lbs of fruit up a 20ft ladder in the middle of the NC summer 44lbs at a time, so we could condition this beautiful beer on a bed of mango, tangerines, and grapefruit. It was totally worth it because it tastes amazing.

Eurisko How's Annie Hazy IPA

Asheville, NC · 6.7%

Double dry hopped with Amarillo and Loral. Notes of tangerine and peach ride on ride on top of a lightly bittered malt body. Juicy and smooth, "How's Annie" is ridiculously crushable for the ABV.

Westbrook Rinse & Repeat Topaz

Mount Pleasant, SC · 7%

Hazy NEIPA dry-hopped with Topaz, Nelson Sauvin, and El Dorado. Fresh tropical notes of lychee & passionfruit, along with white grape and ripe watermelon.

Pisgah Chocolatized

Black Mountain, WNC · 11.2%

The darkest of Pisgah brews, the beer formerly known as Vortex II took a significant transformation when Pisgah brewers added a heavy dose (25lbs in 5bbls) of raw cocoa nibs to the brite tanks, thus creating what will now only be known as “Chocolatized”. Congratulations to the brewers, as this Russian Imperial Stout aged on cocoa nibs brought home a coveted Gold Medal at the 2014 Great American Beer Festival for the Chocolate Beer Category.

2015 Epic Big Bad Baptist

Salt Lake City, UT. · 12.5%

One Big Bad Imperial Stout with Cocoa nibs and Coffee beans. Each season's release uses a different dark roasted coffee.

Founder's Backwoods Bastard 2016

Grand Rapids, MI · 11.2%

Expect lovely, warm smells of single malt scotch, oaky bourbon barrels, smoke, sweet caramel and roasted malts, a bit of earthy spice and a scintilla of dark fruit. It’s a kick-back sipper made to excite the palate.

2015 Olde Hickory Imperial Stout

Hickory, NC · 10.2%

2015 Vintage!! Blacker than night, stouter than stout is our Imperial Stout. Brewed with a lot of malt & a touch of honey, Imperial Stout is rich & robust with deep, deep notes of dark chocolate & espresso.
Winner of a Silver Medal at the 2011 LA International Commerical Beer Competition!
Winner of a World Beer Cup (R) 2012 bronze award in the American-Style Imperial Stout Category.

Firestone Walker UnderCurrants

Paso Robles, CA · 6.3%

2018 vintage. Wild Ale Fermented with Black Currants. Using 12 to 36month aged Agrestic Ale as a base, to which we add 1.5lbs/gal Black Currants, the beer undergoes the final maturation in our French Oak “Fruiders” for an additional four months. A convergence of supple tannin and deep purple pigments, gooseberry jam, a mouth-watering acidity and earthy leather elicit notes of a beer having vinous roots. A new variant to one of the Barrelworks pioneers is born. Santé!

American Solera Magic Jar

Tulsa, OK. · 4%

Amarillo dry-hopped mix culture grisette

Jolly Pumpkin Forgotten Tales Last Gypsy Series II Vol.1 Sour/Wild

Dexter, MI · 7%

2017 vintage. Sour Ale with Fruit, Citrus Peel & Salt. Forgotten Tales of the Last Gypsy Blender Series II, Volume I incorporates grains of beech and cherry smoked malts, 3 different hops, preserved lemons, lime peel, bourbon smoked sugar and Kiawe smoked sea salt. Three batches of separate sizes were brewed and placed in our oak foeders for eight, thirteen, and fifteen months. Light in body with moderate carbonation. The Jolly Pumpkin funk exemplified by Oro de Calabaza runs throughout making it delightfully complex and highly quaffable.

Louis de Grenelle Saumur Corail

Samur, France

Brut rose sparkling. Grown on the hillsides surrounding the town and in the small hamlets just outside of Saumur. 100% Cabernet Franc, & it shows with a smokey minerals, herb tinged red berries and fresh bubbles. Amazing.

Raetia Pinot Grigio

Alto Adige, Italy

Freshly aromatic Pinot Grigio with fruity, ripe pear, peach, tropical fruits and white flowers. Loads of ripe orchard and tropical fruit notes on the palate. The wine is made from a number of small vineyards in Bassa Atesina.

Château de l'Aiguillette Muscadet

Loire Valley, France

If you love Sauvignon Blanc chances are you will also like Muscadet (muh·skuh·dei). Racy with a mineral pungency that sings of the sea. Bright citrus fruit flows from start to finish, clean acid keeps everything fresh. Long lees aging rounds everything out and adds a little body.

Bianchi Sauvignon Blanc

Monterey, CA

Bianchi's Sauvignon Blanc boasts intense ripe flavors as well as decent acidity with rich stone fruit character. Fresh and clean, perfect for a hot day. 100% stainless steel barrels.

Mount Eden Edna Valley Chardonnay

Edna Valley, CA

From a small historic wine estate perched at 2000 feet overlooking Silicon Valley in the Santa Cruz Mountain AVA. 100% Barrel Fermented; 100% Malolactic; 100% sur-lie. Orchard fruit, floral notes, light honey, apricot and a hint of oak grace the silky, mid-weight finish. This is one of the very finest California Chardonnays in its price range.

Chateau Routas Rosé

Provence, France

45% Cinsault, 35% Grenache and 20% Syrah from one of the most highly awarded and well-respected producers of Provençal rosés in the world. Look for classic Provençal flavors of garrigue with a myriad of thirst-quenchingly dry, ripe red & orchard fruit!

Domaine des Diables Bon Bon Rosé

Provence, France

Hands down one of the very very best rosé wines we have ever tasted. The only Provençal estate to be awarded the Prix d’Excellence (7 years in a row now). Their top cuvée, it comes from a very old vineyard, planted in 1914. 50%Cinsault, 30% Syrah, 20% Grenache. Shows a terrific complexity of herbs, citrus and red fruits alongside a fuller-bodied, luscious finish, insanely complex.

Omero Willamette Pinot Noir

Oregon

Natural. Chad Stock is one of the best natural winemakers in America. A wine that reflects what we think Oregon Pinot Noir should be - lifted aromatically, structured and earthy, with spice and red fruit.

Château Les Croisille Le Croizillon Malbec

Cahors, France

Organic. Forget Argentina, Cahor is the Malbec Mecca. This purple-tinged wine is a modern, unoaked style of Malbec with bright purple fruit flavours, good structure and a long fine finish. Pulling everything together is a streak of leather like earthyness. Gorgeous

Bodegas Calle La Mano Derecha Reserva Cab

Argentina

Organic, one of our oldest Cab brands. Farmed organically. Ripe plums, chocolate, honey, and faint nutmeg make this a very interesting Cab. Juicy fruit, and fine-grained tannins in a finish mixing smoky notes from older barrels. 2% Petit Verdot and 3% Cab/Franc for complexity.

Guado al Melo Bacco in Toscana

Tuscany

Bacco in Toscana is mostly Sangiovese, with a little bit of Syrah, both from the Tuscan coast in Bolgheri. A rich round, deep wine with peppery dark fruit and smooth mouthfeel. The addition of sulfites is minimal.