Big Hill Michaux Mule
An estate cider from one of our favorite producers. This treat, at its core (see what we did there?), is a true expression of passion. Local apples fermented with ginger and lime is what has kept this on our list for years.
What a lovely interpretation of a classic style, but what else should we expect from a brewery like Techne. A firm malt body leaves way to a herbaceous hop finish.
We are doing a nice long rotation of IPAs from these Brooklyn artisans.
Troegs Nimble Giant
For years Troegs has been proving time and time again that the only trend in beer that matters is quality. A stunning double IPA with a bright citrus expression.
Yards George Washington Porter
The first in their revolution series. This porter is based on a recipe that was Washington's favorite beer. We can think of no other brewery more appropriate to resurrect this beer the same way they resurrected cask ale in the early 90's.
Lost Abbey Noel
Tomme Arthur at Lost Abbey and Port never disappoints. A rich, Belgian style brown ale that is complex and warming.
Von Trapp Bohemian Pilsner
It is no secret that we love well made pilsners. This treat from Stowe, Vermont has quickly become our house favorite.
Brasserie De La Senne Taras Boulba
Our favorite Belgian session ale. This hoppy and dry quaff is perfect with everything or just on its own.
Thin Man Monkey Boodle
Pounds of raspberries gave their life for this tart and refreshing quaff.
Unibroue Blanche De Chambly
We never expect anything less than stellar from this gem in Quebec.
Laurent Pinot Noir
A stunning Pinot Noir from Chile that wildly over performs considering the price point.
FUSO Vino Rosso
A Piemonte blend leading off with Barbera. A table wine that is as easy to share as it is horde to yourself. Big fruit flavors with a lot of grip.
Mardon Sauvignon Blanc
100% Sauvignong Blanc from Touraine. Bold citrus pith with a decidedly mineral finish.
A very simple and straight forward Vermentino.