New Arrivals This Week!

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Game of Thrones Scotch Whiskies Have Arrived!

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Monument City Brewing Wood Stove Imperial Stout is a bold, rich stout with intense dark chocolate, caramel and roasted malt flavors. At 10% this imperial stout will keep you warm all winter long.

AleSmith Brewing and Stone Brewing made Gregarious Nature IPA and the beer will pay tribute to the “classic” San Diego-style IPA. “This easy-drinking brew will put you in a friendly mood with it’s assertive notes of citrus, pine and grapefruit.”

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AleSmith’s Double Red IPA, previously known as Winter YuleSmith, offers up an intense hop aroma combined with a well-balanced, full bodied, caramel-malt sweetness. A variety of American hops burst with flavors of pine and citrus complimenting the substantial malt backbone to deliver a full-flavored ale with layers of complexity.

Sierra Nevada Northern Hemisphere was the first wet hop ale and it inspired the wet hop craze in America. Wet—undried—hops go straight from the fields into our kettles within 24 hours. Because hops are incredibly perishable, using hops wet preserves all of the precious oils and resins for a unique drinking experience as evidenced by the intense herbal green flavors and citrus-like and floral aromas.

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Lagunitas Brewing Co. Willettized Coffee Stout is made with Kentucky’s own Willett Distillery Bourbon barrels and their Imperial Stout. It’s a chocolatey, coffee-y, smoky, Bourbon-y beast of a barrel-aged thing.

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Ommegang Game Of Thrones 4pk Gift Set With Glass

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Goonda Beersmiths Collaboration with Peabody Heights Brewery POST W/ Maple Pecan big maple flavor up front and the finishes with the pecan.

3 Stars Desolation Imperial Porter on Rye Barrel Aged Coffee Beans made with 2 Row, Wheat, Chocolate Malt, Crystal, Rolled Oats, & Black Patent Malt grains. It also has Tettnanger & Willamette hops. Immediately you are struck by a huge black coffee component in the nose, and this accompanies you through the first sip, across your palate, and through the finish. Big roasty malt notes continue with a complex rye character on the finish.