Join us this Friday evening as we sample some adult beverages that are perfect for keeping you cool in this hot July weather. We’ll start off with beers from ODELL BREWING who’ll be bringing a selection of beers that includes —
TREE SHAKER IMPERIAL PEACH IPA: With a 94 score on RateBeer, this 8% ABV Imperial blends bright citrus hop character with the subtle fruity sweetness of peaches.
ST. LUPULIN PALE ALE: With a 93 score on RateBeer, Extraordinary oils in this yellow resin provide this dry-hopped extra pale ale with a slightly sweet and piney flavor and a clean, crisp finish.
For the vodkas, we’re bringing back —
COORANBONG and BOMBORA VODKAS – Cooranbong is a vodka made out of grapes from the Barossa Valley in Australia, distilled 10 times to make it a “smooth,” bite-free vodkas with an almost spring water-like finish in the mouth. Bombora is distilled 7 times from premium Australian grapes, and utilizes Australian water to create one of the smoothest, cleanest and freshest gluten-free vodkas in its price-point on the market today.
And for the wines, our rep from A. Bommarito will be bringing these four for you to sample —
WITHER HILLS SAUVIGNON BLANC: With a 90 score from the Wine Enthusiast and an 89 score from Wine Spectator, this New Zealand Marlborough Sauv Blanc present a juicy core of layered fruit entwined with a salty textural acidity and a long, grapefruity finish.
SELBACH RIESLING, PIESPORTER MICHELSBERG: delightfully fresh, slightly sweet and tart, this has the green apple and tropical flavor notes of Mosel Riesling with a hint of limes in its clean and well-rounded finish.
LA SPINETTA, IL ROSE DI CASANOVA: From the hills of Tuscany in Italy, this pale salmon color rose made from half Sangiovese and half Prugnolo Gentile grapes presents a dry, racy style with cherry and mineral flavors.
COLONIA LAS LIEBRES BONARDA: 100% Bonarda Argentina grapes come from high-trellised vineyards located in a unique microclimate in the Mendoza area. The palate has a rich round mouthfeel and is accompanied by red and black fruit, dark chocolate and a bit of toast with a well-balanced and delicate finish. From the winery that make the fine Altos Las Hormigas Malbec.