If you are looking for something that matches quality with affordability then this is the wine for you. A blended red from Portugal that shows itself nicely and goes great with a variety of foods.
Back with a fresh new look! Trading Post Brewing has some new Belgian influenced offerings. There is a SMASH (single malt and single hop) style saison and a Belgian blonde. Both have subtle fruity notes and a hint of spice. Cheers!
Spring has sprung! Field House Brewing continues their seasonal saison series with this refreshing version. Made with stinging nettle, red vein sorrel and dried elderflower for a herbaceous, lemony and floral touch. Perfect on a day when the sun decides to sneak out from behind the clouds.
For those days you just want to keep it mellow, this session IPA from Big Rock Brewery is perfect. A bit lighter in alcohol and not super hoppy, it still satisfies that need for the refreshing hops. Both Cascade and British Fuggles show themselves nicely in this.
This beauty from Dieu du Ciel! has a bit of everything. Several strains of bacteria and yeast got hedonistic and partied in some French oak for about 18 months until their sugar rush wore off. What’s left is this deliciously dry, tart and funky sour wheat beer. Amazing!
Stay up late with a mysterious new brew from Gigantic. This Imperial Black Saison is full of chocolate and dark fruit notes, with a little peppery spice and a nice light finish. Cheers!
Two returning favourites from Oregon! Double Mountain‘s Gypsy Stumper and Breakside‘s Wanderlust are back to make your life just a little more dank and grapefruit-y.
Red Collar joins the ranks of breweries trying out this cocktail-reminiscent style. Rye malt and fresh ginger combine for a nice, spicy golden ale.
Got this new IPA from Superflux thought you might be into that kind of stuff.
Spring is a buzz of activity. The season of bees! Those little pollinators will help us bring all the fruits we want. In honor of this, Sea Cider made this one with some fireweed honey and lemon bitters. Bring on the zest!