Brooklyn Black Chocolate Russian Imperial Stout

Brooklyn Black Chocolate Stout

 A short history of "Russian Imperial Stout"

In the 18th century, Catherine the Great, Empress of Russia, ordered a stout to be sent to her from England. This beer was brewed strong and hoppy to survive the sea voyage, and it arrived in perfect condition. Soon "Russian Imperial Stout" became the toast of the Russian aristocracy.

Brooklyn Brewing has been brewing their version of the Russian Imperial Stout 1994. Its dark chocolate aroma and flavor comes from the blending of six malts and three distinct mashes. Because of it's 10% ABV, it will improve in the bottle for many years as long as it's properly cellared.

This beer comes out once a year for a very short time. Stop in and take enough home to drink immediately and also cellar for a few years

  Of course you can always get inventive and try it in your next ice cream float! 

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Brooklyn Ice Cream Float

 

Red Delicious Rosé Wine

Red Delicious Rosé Wine

 

 

 

When we were first introduced to this gem, we were expecting an apple cider. Boy, were we wrong.

This all natural Rosé wine is flavored with apple aromas. It is a refreshing blend of 30% Cinsault & 70% Grenache and comes to us straight from France. It is a light, crisp wine offering an explosion of fruit flavors and an elegant touch of sweetness. The freshness of this wine is perfectly balanced by the acidity of the apple. A vibrant and refreshing drink!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Winter Beers Are Arriving

The winter seasonal beers are starting to be released from the breweries.  We are in a transition time where the fall beers are fading away and the winter beers are arriving.  These seasonals are generally limited so you may want to grab then as soon as you can so you'll be prepared for the holidays.

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Samuel Smith Winter Welcome Ale

This brew is a popular one with our customers.  This seasonal beer is a limited edition brewed for the short days and long nights of winter. The full body resulting from fermentation in ‘stone Yorkshire squares’ and the luxurious malt character, which will appeal to a broad range of drinkers, is balanced against whole-dried Fuggle and Golding hops with nuances and complexities that should be contemplated before an open fire.

550 ml (18.7 oz)
6% ABV
$4.15/Bottle

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Victory Winter Cheers

Winter Cheers is rooted in the Hefeweizen style which is the ORIGINAL hazy beer! Unfiltered and packed with wheat and oats, it features a full and robust body that is still incredibly smooth and easy to drink.

Winter Cheers gets its classic holiday-spiced profile from its Bavarian wheat ale yeast which combines with flavorful American Citra hops for a delicious and refreshing beer that is perfect for the season.

12 oz
6.7 ABV
20 IBU
$1.90/Bottle, $11.40/6-Pack