Made from almost equal parts Chardonnay and Pinot Noir grapes (52%/48%), this Champagne is bright gold, with aromas of pineapple, white peach, dried apricots, and almonds. The palate has a touch of preserved fruit and vanilla. Retail is $6O.
Brewed with organic malts and hops, this Belgian-style saison has been released to celebrate the brand’s 1Oth anniversary. Every purchase of Farmhouse ale will help sustainable farming as Wolaver’s will donate 1O% of sales to the Organic Farming Research Foundation (ofrf.org). Available in 22-ounce bottles for $4.99.
This new Oktoberfest ale is brewed with Hallertauer and Tettnang hops to balance a clean, malty sweetness. Available through October. Retail is $7.99 per 6-pack and $13.99 per 12-pack.
These single estate ports are the newest releases from the Fladgate Partnership. Each is available in a 75Oml bottle with a retail of $5O for the Fonseca, $54 for the Taylor and $47 for the Croft.
This new blend from Crown Royal is handcrafted with over 5O different and individually aged whiskies and finished in original Cognac casks for extra flavoring. It comes wrapped in a black velvet bag. Eetail is $99 per 75Oml.
This latest vintage to be added to the Glenlivet Cellar Collection has a deep gold color, intricate layers of flavors, and a balance of spices, fruit and hazelnut. Bottled at natural cask strength and without the use of chill-filtration, the 1969 release possesses all the qualities of the definitive Speyside... Read More
This number one selling super premium vodka from Poland is now available. It is the flagship brand for Imperial Brands, the newly formed US subsidiary of BelvÃ©dÃ¨re SA. Retail is $1O.99 per 75Oml.
MOVE OVER WINE-IN-A-BOX, beer-in-a-bag is coming. In an effort to take a bigger slice of the North American beer market, Heineken is getting creative with its packaging. Their first step was the 4.75 liter mini-keg which made its US debut in January. This fall Heineken will bump the mini-keg up... Read More
WHO KNEW THE ILLEGAL scrap metal market would be so lucrative? With metal prices rising, beer makers are anticipating losing hundreds of thousands of kegs and millions of dollars this year as more and more kegs are being stolen and sold for scrap. The beer industry is joining with the... Read More
SO MUCH FOR THE DAYS of dollar drafts. Faced with rapidly escalating production costs, the prices of beer are creeping upwards, much to the dismay of brewers throughout the world. Demand for corn to convert into biodiesel has farmers ignoring their less-lucrative barley crops. As a result, low barley production... Read More