Friday, September 25, 2009

New Brews 9/25

New Domestics:
Sierra Nevada Estate Ale 24oz (CA)


Returning Domestics:
Deschutes Jubelale 6pk (OR)
Elysian Great Pumpkin 2008 22oz (WA)
Elysian Great Pumpkin 2009 22oz (WA)
Rogue Juniper Pale Ale 22oz (OR)

New Imports:
Batemans Rosey Nosey 500ml (England, UK)
Köstritzer Oktoberfest 6pk (Germany)
Rieder Festbock 500ml (Austria)

Returning Imports:
Aktienbrauerei Kaufbeuren AG St. Martin Dunkler Bock 500ml (Germany)
Brewdog Paradox Batch 015 Smokehead 330ml (Scotland, UK)
Meantime London Porter 330ml (England, UK)
Saku Originaal 500ml (Estonia)

From the Cellar:
3 Fonteinen Geuze 2000 750ml (Belgium)
3 Fonteinen Schaerbeekse Kriek 2006 750ml (Belgium) (say "Skar-bek-suh")
Alaskan Barley Wine 2007 (AK)
Maritime-Pacific Jolly Roger 2007 12oz (WA)

Saturday, September 19, 2009

New Brews 9/18

Sorry for the delay in updating the new arrivals this week, our internet connection has been down. Better late than never!

New Domestics:

Dick's Bottleworks IPA 22oz (WA)
MateVeza Organic IPA 22oz (CA)
Original Sin Cider 6pk (NY)
Victory Wild Devil 750ml (PA)

Returning Domestics:
Great Divide Yeti Imperial Stout 22oz (CO)
Hidden Legends Spiced Mead 750ml (MT)
Hidden Legends Wild Elderberry Mead 750ml (MT)
Kona Pipeline Porter 6pk (HI)
Rogue Double Dead Guy 750ml (OR)
Rogue XS Imperial Stout 750ml (OR)

New Imports:
Obolon Magnat 500ml (Ukraine)

Returning Imports:
Baltika 4 Dark Lager 500ml (Russia)
Harar Hakim Stout 12oz (Ethiopia)
Hofbräu Oktoberfestbier 6pk (Germany)
König Pilsener 4pk cans (Germany)
Rakovnik Bakalář Premium 500ml (Czech Republic)
Rinkuškiai Werewolf 500ml (Lithuania)
Sapporo Reserve 650ml can (Japan)
Spaten Oktoberfest Ur-Märzen 6pk (Germany)
Van Honsebrouck St. Louis Gueuze Fond Tradition 375ml (Belgium)

Monday, September 14, 2009

Redstone Meadery Tasting


Tonight from 5-7 we will be featuring six of the available varieties of mead from Redstone Meadery located in Boulder, CO.

"David Myers, known as 'Chairman of the Mead', founder of Redstone Meadery, is a romantic and wants to see mead once again enjoying the glory days of yesteryear. He started the Boulder, Colorado company with the 'natural philosophy' that he produce the highest quality honey wine on the market.

Because of this 'philosophy of mead', Redstone does not cork (to avoid oxidation) but instead uses swing top bottles. This ensures the mead will not breathe while cellaring plus offers a much longer shelf life once the bottle has been opened.

In keeping with the 'natural' approach, Redstone does not add any sulfites, a known allergen, as honey is it's own natural preservative. Redstone only pasteurizes the must (unfermented mead) and never boils. The company strives to feature the flavors of the fermentable as much as possible."

Sunday, September 6, 2009

9/6 New Cellar Releases

While we were stuck inside this rainy holiday weekend a decision was made to dive into the cellar and see what there is to see. Unsurprisingly, a dozen treasures were unearthed!





Fantôme La Gourmande 2003 750ml (Belgium)





Rogue Old Crustacean Vertical 6 pack 1997-2002, mixed bottle sizes. (OR)



Due to the limited quantities of these beers we have to offer, bottle limits will be imposed and everything is first-come, first-served.