The waitress is carrying ten liters and she still has a smile on her face. Celebrating, singing, swaying – Prost! The Hofbräu tent at the Oktoberfest is known for its lively atmosphere. Here is where the world comes to celebrate. Down home in Lederhosen. Of course, the most popular folk festival in the world wouldn't be complete without a very special beer: Hofbräu Oktoberfest beer is a full-bodied, bottom-fermented specialty beer. Brewed via the infusion method with light barley malt, Munich malt, and hopped w/ Herkules, Perle, Magnum, and Select.
Botanist & Barrel OMC cider
This is the first in the series, Straight outta Orange County. This cider was aged in barrels from Mystery Brewing that held beer fermented with Kveik and Brett. She shows lovely citrus notes with light bubbles with brett of the finish. Kinda like a mimosa cider. We love her and know you will too.
Allagash Two Lights
Two Lights is an ode to two of the more refreshing drinks of summer: cold beer and sparkling wine. While brewing this beer, we add sauvignon blanc must—the freshly pressed juice of the grapes. Then we ferment it with both lager and champagne yeast to create a tart, crisp, and dry profile. The finished beer’s aromas of pear, grape, and light hops pair with a flavor profile that’s a mix of tropical fruit and the snappy spritz of a freshly picked grape. We suggest sipping Two Lights by a water source too large to see across.
Arizona Wilderness Hummingbird Springs Saison
A traditional farmhouse saison with a Wilderness twist. We kettle soured this ale for 48 hours mimicking the natural acidity present due to poor sanitation of the past. A combination of raw local sonoran white wheat and fermentation with farmhouse yeast adds a rustic quality. We then dry hoped it with Galaxy and Jarrylo to add hints of sour, citrus, and fruit.
Arizona Wilderness Baboquivari Blonde
Belgian Blonde Ales don’t have a terribly long and illustrious history as some of its counterparts from Belgium. However, Jonathan sipped one of his favorite sips of beer in his palate’s history when having Saxo, a beer from Brassiere Caracole in the province of Namur. This beer had a unique and sophisticated approach, with elegance that wouldn’t allow a bad plate of food near it. This was the impetus for this "BABO" Blonde. A soft sweetness from contiental pilsener malt and a slight touch of honey malt. Styrian Golding and Tettnanger hops set a firm, herbal hop balance. Finally our friends from McClendon Farms in Scottsdale provided 22lbs of some of the finest honey you’ll ever taste.
Newgrass Fiddlers Nightmare DIPA
Unfiltered Double IPA brewed with Flaked Wheat and Oats. Hopped with El Dorado, Citra and Mosaic. Dry-Hopped at 3.5 lbs per bbl. Level of haziness is perfect.
Eurisko Criz DIPA
New England Style Double IPA Heavily Dry Hopped with Chinook, Idaho 7, Equanot, and Simcoe Lupulin Powder. Pineapple, Peach, Grapefruit. Juicy, Jammy, Tropical.
Westbrook Rinse & Repeat Mosaic
New England IPA brewed with 100% Mosaic hops.
Brewery Bhavana Grove DIPA
Sunny, Citrusy Double IPA Our beers are inspired and cultivated through years of travel, education, and personal experience. Each one reminds me of a moment, a person, a sensation, or a place I have loved. I hope that they will remind you of something you love too. There are beers for simply drinking, beers for contemplation, beers for remembering, and beers for here and now.
Grimm Energy Field DIPA
Hazy New England-style double IPA featuring Amarillo, Centennial, and Galaxy hops. Flavors of unripe mango and floral tropical fruit intersect with old-school piney and woodsy hop characteristics.
Commonwealth Divine Proportion DIPA
Divine Proportion, our Nelson and Vic Secret Double IPA! Balance and proportion are central tenets of our approach to all aspects of our craft. Couple this with a personal fascination for the “Golden Ratio” found throughout nature and famously used by DaVinci in art and you have our name inspiration for a delicious beer.
Revision Trying To Get My Aroma, Bro
Hovering in the air like aromatic alien spacecraft emissions, the smell of tasty hops hits the nose first, then moves to the brain with sensory input. Inhaling with your nose in a glass of this brew is like a hot box of odiferous delight. Ripe orange, tangerine, mango and a pinch of pine aromas brought to you by Mosaic, Motueka, Galaxy, and the artist formerly known as Equinox.
Hi-Wire Horchata 10W-40
Special release variant of Hi-Wire Brewing's 10W-40 Imperial Stout brewed with vanilla, almonds, cinnamon, lactose, & chocolate.
Westbrook Siberian Black Magic Panther 2017
2017 Vintage. This Imperial Stout is as hairy as a Siberian... or as a panther. And you better believe it because it gets the black magic from mountains of roasted malts and dark candi syrup. During the long weeks in the fermentor it gathers its rage... a rage this mythical beast of imperial stout wants to unleash on your taste buds. Aged for over 20 months in our keg cooler!
Against The Grain 70k
Taking awesome and doubling it can only be double awesome. It’s math.
This is essentially the 35K recipe doubled. Double roasty, double chocolatey, double creamy, double delicious. Then we decided to make it 2.5X awesome by aging it in Angel’s Envy barrels for a really, really long time. The bourbon and oak flavors perfectly compliment the massive flavors in the double mega imperial milk stout. You don’t swim in this beer, it swims in you!
2016 vintage. Coconut Vanilla Stout. It’s about to get really hot outside. How about a cold glass of refreshing Imperial Stout. Yep, you heard that right. Brand new to our line up is Prairie Paradise. We took a stout, gave it a hint of vanilla and a good deal of toasted coconut and created one season defying, genre bending brew. Imperial stouts are usually thought of as a cold weather beer, but here the coconut and vanilla blend push the image of the stout into a year round, all season style.
Grimm Kinetic Cloud
The latest entry in the “kinesis” series features 100% New Zealand hops: Wai-iti, Kohatu, and Wakatu. This juicy, tart crusher has flavors of underripe green fruit, honeysuckle flowers, and hop resin. The oak brings significant tannic presence this time along with woody coconut notes. Mouthwatering!
Birds Fly South Brand New Eyes
Blended Farmhouse, Saison. Open Fermented Red Wine Solera with Motueka Hops
The Burery Sans Pagaie
Sans Pagaie is our take on the Belgian-style kriek, which is a sour blonde ale aged in barrels with cherries. The base beer has a subtle funk, which melds gently with the fruit giving this beer flavors reminiscent of coconut, vanilla yogurt and of, course, fresh cherries. A complex beer, perfect for a warm California day in the park with a slice of homemade cheesecake.
Onward Pétillant Naturel, Malvasia Bianca Can 12oz (2 Glasses)
This Pét-Nat is floral and fruity, but refreshingly bone-dry. The opening aromatics are like sticking your nose in a fermentation vat, with yeasty brioche notes and lively youthful freshness. To follow are notes of night blooming jasmine, citrus blossom, melon rind, warm Kaffir lime scones with preserved lemon…and a refreshing hint of sea air….and did I mention soft tiny delicate bubbles! This wine stays true to the nature of an authentic Pétillant Naturel style wine: I encouraged native yeast fermentation, which finished in the bottle, with no sugar or other juice added.
Germán Gilabert El Edén Rose Cava
The grapes used for the German Gilabert El Edén Rose comes from Alt Penedès, where the highest elevation plots in the region are. Only Garnacha grapes are used. The wine is bottled without added sugar or Brut Nature. German Gilabert El Edén Rose is a cuvée made especially for Vinos de Terruños by Familia Pastor Gilabert in collaboration with a vintner, which has deep roots and intimate knowledge of cava production. This bottling was an accident as they bottled this rose under the entry level label, not the Gilabert El Edén Rose Cava Brut Nature Organic Garnacha label which should cost more than 2.5 times of what this label is selling for...
Cantina Terlano Pinot Grigio
Founded in 1893, Terlano is in our estimation one of the greatest co-op wineries in all of the world. The quality here surpasses many 100% estate wines. Of the 143 small growers sourced for their wines, ALL of them are organic and ALL produce DOC level grapes. The volcanic rocky soils in this area are a type of Bolzano quartz-porphyry, composed of minerals like quartz and feldspar embedded in a fine-grained to glassy matrix. These mineral rich soils produce wines of serious longevity, many vintages of their reserve level wines age for decades. This Pinot Grigio will change your opinion of what Pinot Gris can be with its layers of flowery fruit and earthy tea-like flavors, framed by refreshing minerals.
Xarmant Artomana Txakolina
Xarmant utilizes a blend of their estate grapes, which are the traditional varieties indigenous to the Basque region: Hondarribi Zuri with Petit Courbu, Gros Manseng, and Petit Manseng. The wine is fermented in stainless steel, utilizing indigenous yeasts to allow the grapes to reflect the true qualities of the unique soil and site. Notes of ripe, zesty Granny Smith apples and honeydew melon great you on the nose in the glass. Moving to the palate, this wine is light and zippy with complementary notes of lime zest, chalky minerals, and pear.
Kobal Sauvignon Blanc
Kobal Sauvignon shows classic aromas of passion fruit, gooseberry and grapefruit. 72 hours of skin maceration yield gobs and gobs of mineral laden texture, as well as some mild skin tannin. This is serious Sauv Blanc w/ brisk acid. The sites farmed for this wine have been renowned for grape growing for thousands of years, before even the Romans. The current generation of winemakers at Kobal is helmned by Bojan Kobal. Brian is also the winemaker at Ptujska Klet Slovenia’s oldest winery and located within the city of Ptuj, in the Styria region. Viticulture in Ptuj and the surrounding area dates to 1239, when monks established the St. Francis Monastery and built the first winery there.
Mer Soleil RESERVE Chardonnay
Creamy and rich, golden sun-kissed Mer Soleil opens up with the fresh, tropical scents of pineapple and citrus blossom, balanced by the smooth character of oaky vanilla. White peach comes through on the palate, which has a vibrant acidity balanced by the natural character of fully ripe fruit. Medium to full-bodied, this wine has a finish that is lengthy but never heavy, its mix of oak, butter and fruit characteristics blending seamlessly and leaving a harmonious, lingering impression.
From The Tank Rose
When we created “From the Tank®” , we were determined to source the highest possible quality grapes, grown organically or sustainably and hand-harvested, made only with indigenous yeasts and lightly sulfured, just like all the other wines we work with. 80% Grenache, 20% Syrah
Chateau de La Selve Maguelonne Rose
Biodynamic and organic estate with his wife Florence. Located in the Ardeche region, Rhone Valley, France. Blend of 40% Cinsault, 40% Grenache, and 20% Syrah. Bright notes of strawberry and apple on the palate, with a hint of flowers. Clean, crisp mineral body.
Old Westminster Carbonic Cabernet Franc 12oz Can (2 Glasses)
Carbonic-style Cabernet Franc. 100% Maryland grown. Natural Wine. Fermented with wild yeast & canned without fining or filtering. Lively, refreshing, and easy-drinking without being overly tart. Think of the wines of Beaujolais!
Bellula Pinot Noir
100% Pinot Noir 7 months in stainless steel tanks and French oak barrels in intense red color and a nose packed with red fruits and spices for this wine, whose palate confirms the aromas revealed by the nose. The well-balanced mouth is fine and elegant and offers a nice freshness. Round, very fruit forward, this extreme value wine can be enjoyed with your everyday meals or by itself.
Ampeleia Unlitro Red 1L
After years of experience, we have achieved a deeper awareness of the natural world around us and of our vineyards. The character of our land emerges clearly in our wines., It is a journey that requires passion, determination and the ability to observe and to listen., It is this new awareness that inspired us to conceive a third wine sourced from the youngest vineyards., The name of the wine is 'Unlitro' – one litre of Ampeleia – an expression of Ampeleia's vitality and subtly delicate nature. Varieties originating from the Mediterranean Basin – mainly Alicante (also known as Grenache, Cannonau or Garnacha) but also Carignan and Alicante Bouschet
Bielsa Garnacha Tinto
The wine region Cariñena is located just southeast of Navarra in the province of Zaragoza. Cariñena possesses an ideal terruño for growing and making wine from old vine Garnacha. The soils are poor and limestone based. The climate is continental, with hot days to ensure ripening and cool nights to preserve acidity, along with a unique cooling influence from a wind that blows from the north, called Cierzo. It is part of the larger political region of Aragon, the area considered to be the ancestral home of the Garnacha grape. Fresh, earthy, floral, medium to full bodied, lush fruit, bright acidity, and a smooth finish.
Hand Work Tempranillo
100% Tempranillo Friend and Farmer and HAND WORK is the dream of three brothers, Francisco, Javier and Luis Parra. The hope was to celebrate their home of La Mancha by raising organically and biodynamically grown grapes. The Friend & Farmer wines are Demeter and vegan certified with only naturally occurring sulfites. Classic tempranillo blueberry and cherry fruit & cedar box. It's fresh, ripe, and inviting!
Las Perdices Red Blend
50% Malbec-25% Cabernet Franc-25% Petit Verdot Cold prefermentative fermentation for a week between 6- 8 ºC (43-46 ºF), to highlight the fruity character of this wine. Growth of selected yeasts. Alcoholic fermentation for 10 days, at controlled temperatures between 24-26ºC (79 – 82°F). With 2-3 daily punchdowns and pumpovers at the beginning. Maceration post fermentation for 5 days.
Bleecker Cabernet Sauvignon
Bleecker is a label of Wyatt Winery, who work closely with multiple growers and winemakers in California and craft wines “using declassified wine that often sells at a much higher price under other labels” To help create added quality and character, we work with several winery partners in California who help us to create a base wine that is itself well about the fray. And then to these base wines, we add a good percentage of wine coming from small lots of a much higher pedigree and appellation. These are often declassified wines, usually aged in top-quality french oak barrels, that come from wineries that sell their wine at $30-$40-$50+ a bottle. The result: the combination creates an amazing value and lots of character for the money.
Château Lamothe Castera 'Cuvée Margaux'
85% Cabernet Sauvignon 15% Merlot. This wine made from old vines has a brilliant ruby color. Chateau Lamothe-Castera, located in the village of Roquebrune in the Entre Deux Mers area, 50 miles from Bordeaux, has been producing wine since the 15th century. Nowadays, Claire and Renaud Jean run this 190 acres winery in the Bordeaux and Bordeaux Superieur AOP. The nose is marked by flavor of small ripe red fruits, spices, and of vanilla. A classic old world Cab, with a good intensity. The vineyards, composed of 30 year old vines Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, and Merlot are farmed sustainably.