Join us for a lucky Friday the 13th this week as we bring out some great treats for you to sample from:
BEERITO – Light bodied, amber Mexican lager brewed with premium German and coloRADo sourced craft malts and featuring a crisp accent from noble hops. The mouth feel is incredibly smooth with flavors of walnut, toasted bread, plum, honey and cocoa.
PINNER – Dry-hopping with several different heady hops, including a killer experimental variety, gives PINNER this tropical, stoned fruit aroma with hints of pine and smooth malt in the flavor.
DALE’S PALE ALE – Delivers a hoppy nose and assertive-but-balanced flavors of pale malts and citrusy floral hops from start to finish.
OLD CHUB – Scottish strong ale (8% ABV) brewed with bodacious amounts of malted barley and specialty grains, and a dash of beechwood-smoked malt. Old Chub features semi-sweet flavors of cocoa and coffee, and a wee-bit of smoke
MAMA’S LITTLE YELLA PILS – Unlike mass market‚ “pilsners‚” diluted with corn and rice, Mama’s is built with 100% pale malt, German specialty malts, and Saaz hops.
TITO’A AMERICAN VODKA – Famed Austin, TX distiller of fine vodka will be here to let you taste Tito’s straight or in a refreshing Moscow Mule.
AMIGONI URBAN WINERY: The only Missouri winery to exclusively grow Vitis Vinifera grapes. Their wines are made from grapes grown at their estate vineyard in Centerview, Missouri, about 45 miles east of Kansas City and bottles here in the West Bottoms. They also bring in grapes from Lodi, California to supplement fruit from their vineyard.
ROSE – Dry, French-style rosé made from Cabernet Franc. Aged six months in older red barrels to enhance the mid-palate structure of the wine.
VIOGNIER – Aromas of violet and flavors of stone fruit and honey. A nice balance of crisp acidity with a rich mid-palate mouth feel.
CABERNET FRANC – Their signature grape and best seller! Flavors of fresh cherry preserves, vanilla and tobacco with a lingering oak finish. Aged 18 months in Missouri oak barrels.
SAUVIGNON BLANC – Aromas of lemon peel and hints of grapefruit and pineapple.
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