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Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Firestone Walker Leo v. Ursus Inferos


Firestone Walker Leo v. Ursus Inferos Chronology Release #3...$12.99 / 4pk 16oz
Inferos is an imperial rye IPA that is fiery in color and hellacious in hoppiness. Forged with 25 percent rye grain and loaded with more than four pounds of hops per barrel, Inferos is ultimately a big, spicy beer that will keep the soul warm when a chill is in the air.
Inferos is available for a limited time, after which it will yield to the next offering in the Leo v. Ursus chronology. It is unfiltered and built for freshness. Enjoy it as soon as possible.

Red Tail Ridge Miscreant White - "Orange Wine"





Taste it this Friday at Forsyth - read more info about the tasting! - click here

"Orange Wine"
2015 Red Tail Ridge Miscreant White....$21.99
Finger Lakes
50% Gewurztraminer
50% Chardonnay

The first LEED certified winery in New York

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General Info: Normally white wine production involves removing the skins very early in the process, usually at crushing/pressing, prior to fermentation. In this case the skins contribute to the fermentation and maceration process. The extended contact of skin components (tannins, phenolics and skin pigments) during wine production generally produces a darker, slightly orange hue to the wine and also affects the flavor profile, mimicking certain attributes that are normally associated with red wine sensory profiles. 


History: Skin fermentation of white varieties (also known as “orange wine” production) actually has a long history in winemaking. The practice dates back thousands of years in some European wine regions, in particular Armenia and Georgia. Sometimes it is coupled with amphora fermentation vessels or large casks. It has lately experienced a resurgence in other wine producing regions, like Friuli, Slovenia, Croatia, and more recently the new world. 

Fermentation was conducted by indigenous microorganisms and completed in approximately 9 days. Extended maceration was conducted for 6 days, at which point the wine was pressed off the skins. The heads were replaced on the barrels and they were refilled with the wine. The wine was barrel-aged for 16 months prior to racking and bottling. This is a minimal touch wine. Sediment may develop in the bottle over time, and should not detract, but instead inhance the overall personality of this wine. 

Tasting Notes: This Miscreant resembles a white and drinks like a red. Aromas of marzipan, sweet nectarines and honeysuckle fill the nose followed by banana oil, caramel notes, and slight cocoa nib. The palate displays nutty characteristics combined with grippy tree fruit and poached pears with traces of vanilla and oatmeal. Mid-palate, mouthwatering tannins are present coupled with acidity creating a firm texture and slight chalkiness

Taste it this Friday at Forsyth - read more info about the tasting! - click here


2015 Skin Fermented Chardonnay...$37.99 / 500ml
FIELD GUIDE NO. 2.5
Like many of our wines, the Skin Fermented Chardonnay started as an experiment. When 809 clone grapes weren’t cooperating with the others in the winemaking process, we isolated them and tried something slightly different. Fermented on the skins for three months in concrete, this traditional (and resurgent) winemaking process adds the necessary color, texture and structure to create a delicate balance against the clone’s pronounced floral, tropical fruity notes. The result is an expressive golden-hued wine, in a shorter 500 ml bottle, that has earned its place as a staple, annual Scribe release.

2015 METEOROLOGICAL DATA: A dry, warm winter led to early budbreak; and, heat spikes at the end of summer prompted an early harvest. Despite lower than average yields, fruit was high in flavor and color.

SOIL TYPE: Huichica loam, volcanic tuff

Natural Wine Tasting!


This Friday!!
Friday September 22, 2017 - 4-6pm

The Wine and Cheese Place- Forsyth
7435 Forsyth Blvd, Clayton MO

Natural and Orange Wine Tasting!
with Dana from Vinoteca

This is a rare chance to expand your horizons on Natural and Orange wine.  This is a tasting not to miss.

Orange and Natural wines are a hot category now!
Let us know on Facebook that you are coming!

Orange/Skin-Fermented:

  • Scribe Skin-Fermented Chardonnay 2015, Sonoma 
  • Red Tail Ridge Miscreant 2015 (Gewurztraminer & Chardonnay), Finger Lakes 
  • Il Censo "Praruar" 2014 (Cattarato), Sicily

Natural:
  • Mac Forbes Chardonnay 2015, Yarra Valley 
  • Mure Pinot Gris 2015, Alsace 
  • Lunar Apoge Syrah 2016, Rhone 
  • Joan d'Anguera "Altaroses" 2015, Monsant 
  • Frederic Brouca "Samso Seulle" 2015, Languedoc
  • Cooper Hill Pinot Noir 2015, Willamette Valley
  • Castello Conti "L'Origini" 2014, Piedmont



Info from Natalie MaClean
Is Orange the New White?

  • Let’s clear this up first: orange wine is not made from oranges, it refers only to the wine’s colour ;)
  • It’s also known as amber wine and skin-fermented white wine
  • Although orange wine seems new and trendy, it’s actually an ancient style of wine that’s been used for thousands of years to make white wines, often fermented without temperature control for long periods in qvevri (clay vessels or amphorae), in regions such as Georgia and Armenia.
  • Modern white winemaking with temperature-controlled fermentation in stainless steel tanks has only been practised for the past 40-50 years.
  • The re-emergence of orange wines started in the early 1990s with Italian winemaker Josko Gravner in the northern cool region of Friuli. He was trying to get away from over-manipulated wines and get back to ancient methods.
  • Today, orange wines are produced in Europe, North America, Australia, Chile, South Africa, New Zealand.
  • Orange wines are white wines made like red wines: confused yet?
  • They start out like making white wine, but then they leave the grape skins on during fermentation just as red wines do and white wines do not.
  • This imparts distinctive colour, flavour and texture whereas the skins are removed to ferment white wine
  • orange wine is also exposed to more oxygen which adds a savoury character called umami, the fifth taste along with sweet, salty, sour and bitter
  • The VQA law specifies that the wine is a table wine (still or effervescent) made from fresh white or pink vinifera and permitted hybrid grapes.
  • All of the grapes are macerated and fermented on their skins for at least ten days to achieve the character of orange wine.
  • The words “Skin Fermented White” must be on the label and optionally “Orange” or “Amber” can also be printed. appear alongside), but the essence is that the wine must ferment on the skins.
  • Vintners must also declare their intent to make a skin-fermented white at the time of harvest, just as they must do with icewine, so they don’t claim the label after the fact because a wine doesn’t get approval for another category.
  • The skins of grapes contain aromatic precursors, the compounds that eventually get released into the wine to create its distinctive aromas and flavours, as well as polyphenols that shield wine from oxydation and thereby allow it to age longer. As a solvent, alcohol helps to extract these compounds from the skins.
  • some criticize orange wine as masking local soil and climate (terroir) as well as grape character
  • the reverse argument is that orange wine is truer to terroir because it uses all of the grape: flesh, juice and skin
  • like natural, organic and biodynamic wines, orange wines usually don’t have any additives and aren’t filtered or fined
  • However, not all natural, organic and biodynamic wines are orange
  • And not all orange wines are also natural, organic or biodynamic wines
  • You won’t find an orange wine category on most restaurant lists: they’re usually lumped into the white wine category, and sometimes rose, except of course, on the hippest lists in San Francisco, New York, Paris, Tokyo and Florence.

Perennial Fantastic Voyage

Sold out now - trying to get more

You have 7 days to pick up, thanks.
As will all Perennial purchases, this will help your chances to get Abraxas when it is released in November through our Beer Reward Club


Perennial Fantastic Voyage...$18.99 / 750ml
"Fantastic Voyage is a harmonic melange of coconut and Imperial Milk Stout brought to us by brewer, Jim Leabig.  Loads of coconut, lactose and black malt balance each other to provide flavors reminiscent of chocolate covered coconut with a finish smooth like silk sheets.  Best enjoyed while listening to slow jams by candlelight."

Buffalo Trace Bourbon CREAM Liqueur

Back in stock! Limited 

Buffalo Trace Bourbon Cream Liqueur...$22.99
Bourbon Cream is handcrafted using Buffalo Trace Kentucky Straight Bourbon, making it a perfect marriage of rich delicious cream and smooth Kentucky bourbon.  You can enjoy it chilled, on the rocks, or pour it in a cup of coffee for an indulgent after dinner treat. 


Try the Buffalo Float- “the adult root beer float.”
Buffalo Float – The grown up Root Beer Float!
2 oz Buffalo Trace Distillery Bourbon Cream
4 oz root beer

Combine in glass and serve.
For extra richness, pour over 1 scoop vanilla ice-cream.

TASTING NOTES:
This liqueur is rich and sweet. The smooth taste of Buffalo Trace Bourbon compliments the creamy vanilla flavor.

Hochstadter's Slow and Low Rock and Rye -- 100ml CANS



Hochstadter's Slow and Low Rock and Rye....$4.99 / 100ml can
84 proof
High proof, high quality cocktail in a can
Exclusively made with aged straight rye whiskey
100% Raw Honey from Western PA.
Air-dried navel oranges from Florida
Dose of Rock Candy
Angostura bitters

Macallan Classic Cut Single Malt Scotch 2017 Ltd Edition


Macallan Classic Cut Single Malt Scotch 2017...$79.99
Limited 2017 Edition 
58.4% ABV
The Macallan Classic cut reveals the unrivalled commitment to the mastery of wood and spirit for which the Macallan has been known since it was established in 1824.  It is an expression of our enduring desire to go beyond the ordinary, to seek out the extraordinary, and create peerless single malts.
Matured exclusively in hand picked, exceptional oak casks seasoned with Oloroso sherry from Jerez, Spain.

Firestone Walker Luponic Distortion Revolution 007




Firestone Walker Luponic Distortion Revolution 007...$8.99 / 6pk
Now in rotation: Revolution No. 007, the latest release in Firestone Walker’s Luponic Distortion revolving hop series, featuring yet another trailblazing blend of distinctive hops.

True to form, Luponic Distortion Revolution No. 007 represents a fresh iteration of Luponic Distortion led by three hop varieties from Australia.


From A Land Down Under
Revolution No. 007 marks the second time that Luponic Distortion has dipped down into the Southern Hemisphere for its lead hops, following the South African hops that set the tone for Revolution No. 004 last year.
“The hop intensity level on Revolution No. 007 is high,” says Brewmaster Matt Brynildson. “The primary Australian hop is loaded with this bright, citrusy Sauvignon Blanc character, and the other two hops round it out with classic Southern Hemisphere qualities.”

Opportunity Knocks
Matt had longed to work with the primary Australian hop in Revolution No. 007, but it was in short supply and already contracted.
“I always thought it would be a good fit for Luponic Distortion, but I couldn’t get my hands on it,” he says. “Then I got word that a brewery had backed out of a contract for this hop, and I was able to grab enough to drive Revolution No. 007.”
He adds, “That’s the beauty of Luponic Distortion. It provides the flexibility and creative freedom for us to pivot quickly. Whenever we discover fresh, interesting hops that fit the profile, we are able to get them right into the next revolution—and Revolution No. 007 is a perfect example of this.”

Boulevard Cranberry Orange Radler




Boulevard Cranberry Orange Radler...$7.99 / 6 pack Cans
Style: Radler
The Boulevard Radler series is a zesty, refreshing take on the tradition of mixing beer with soda or lemonade to create a flavorful, thirst-quenching beverage. Radler was tailor-made for those with an active lifestyle, but you can enjoy our version even when doing nothing more strenuous that lifting it to your lips.

The Sexton Irish Single Malt Whiskey






The Sexton Irish Single Malt Whiskey...$46.99
40% ABV
Triple distilled in Copper Pots
100% Irish Malted Barley
Matured in ex-sherry butts

A Sexton is a person in charge of church grounds and graveyards including grave digging.
"Up in the cold grey northern reaches of County Antrim the Sextons tend to the spirits digging the fresh graves of the river Bush graveyard and planting stone crosses in the soft mowed grass.

But show up just before dawn when the dew is glistening on the headstones and the cool morning breeze rushes through - carrying the scent of the unmistakable oak from a breathing casks; follow that scent down into the crypt and you might find a locked door, faintly glowing at its edges.

Through that door, find the rows of beckoning European oak, once the sacramental casks of fine sherry, now brimming with aqua vitae." - label

Kulmbacher Ice Bock (Eisbock)




Kulmbacher Ice Bock (Eisbock)...$9.99 / 6pk
The ice bock, also known as "Bavarian", owes its discovery to a coincidence. According to the chronicles of the Kulmbacher brewery, some time around 1900 an apprentice forgot on a cold winter day to carry two barrels of bock beer into the brewery cellar. The barrels stayed outside, were covered by ice and snow and weren't discovered until the following spring. The barrels had burst and the apprentice was reprimanded. But the carelessness was a stroke of luck because under the thick ice coat, a bock beer extract remained, strong tasting and high in alcoholic content.
Even if the dark, tasty speciality is not produced in this spectacular way anymore, the chance that gave birth to this beer became a tradition. Today this beer rarity is brewed in a modern brewing and freezing process, but the incomparable taste is still the same and can always be enjoyed in winter months.
Alcohol: 9.2 % volume

Prairie Artisan Ales Pe-Kan



Good supply, no limit
Prairie Artisan Ales Pe-Kan Imperial Stout with Vanilla and Pecans...$6.99 / 12oz
Pe-Kan started as a draft experiment at one of our brewery only releases and quickly proved itself among our customers.  This beer is one of our imperial stout bases that we've added house toasted pecans to and a dash of vanilla.  Whether you call it a pe-can or a pe-kan, I hope you can all agree to call it delicious.


Spaceship Earth Coffee Co.
Bomb!....new version with “single bean from Peru roasted between full city (and) Vienna” sourced from Spaceship Earth Coffee Co. in McAlester, Okla.

Prairie Artisan Ales BOMB!...$5.99 / 12oz
Imperial Stout aged on Coffee, Cacao Nibs, Vanilla Beans, and Chili Peppers
Bomb! is an imperial stout aged on espresso beans, chocolate, vanilla beans, and ancho chile peppers. All the flavors meld to create a truly unique beer. The peppers add just the right amount of heat to compliment the intense coffee and chocolate flavors.
ABV
14%

Glencadam 13 Year Old Single Malt Scotch



Glencadam 13 Year Old Single Malt Scotch...$69.99
Glencadam Distillery opened in 1825 and since then little has changed.
Glencadam Distillery proudly announces the release of a rare 13 year old expression.   Rare because in the Autumn of the year 2000, Glencadam distillery fell silent. This silence became a deep sleep for three years until its joyous “Re-Awakening” in the Autumn of 2003. This rare, 13 years old limited edition from the re-start of distillation truly represents and commemorates “The Re-Awakening” of Glencadam Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky.

Awards and Reviews
Jim Murray is recognised internationally as the leading commentator on the world's whiskies and Jim Murray's Whisky Bible, published yearly, is the world's biggest selling whisky book.
Jim Murray's Whisky Bible:
Silver, International Wine and Spirits Competition 2017

TWCP Beer Fest 2017 -

Save the Date - 
Saturday October 14, 2017

The "reserve session" tickets will be offered through our BRC program.   It will be based on 6 months purchases  up until September 23th.   We will then print the report  September 24th and email BRC members in order until the tickets are gone.  If you are interested in our Beer Fest - make sure you are giving your phone number when you check out at the register.


The Wine and Cheese Place Beer Fest 2017

This year's glass----





More info and Beers to be announced.
Here is info from last year's event





Early confirmations....planning on attending and pouring
  • Old Bakery Citrus Wheat
  • Old Bakery Porter
  • Old Bakery North End IPA
  • Old Bakery Oktoberfest
  • Narrow Gauge Brewing
  • Side Project Brewing
  • Firestone Walker Brewing
  • Shelton Brothers
  • Perennial Artisan Ales

  • Point Labaddie Goodle Day IPA
  • Point Labaddie Batch 1 Saison
  • Point Labaddie Limited Release Imperial Porter

  • Against the Grain
  • Evil Twin
  • Stillwater Artisanal
  • Urban Family
  • Blackberry Farm Brewery
  • Nebraska Brewing

  • Ballast Point Sculpin
  • Ballast Point Grapefruit Sculpin
  • Ballast Point Victory at Sea 
  • 2nd Shift Brewing
  • Urban Chestnut Brewing
  • Six Mile Bridge 2nd Trip Around The Sun Barrel aged porter with toasted coconut and cocoa nibs
  • Firestone Walker
  • North Coast Brewing
  • 4204 Main Off Duty Lager
  • 4204 Main Salted Caramel Pecan Ale
  • 4204 Main Zombie Lager
  • 4204 Main 2 Hop IPA
  • Deschutes Brewing
  • Logboat Brewing
  • 4 Hands Brewing Chocolate Milk Stout
  • 4 Hands Brewing City Wide APA 
  • 4 Hands Brewing City Wide Pils 
  • 4 Hands Brewing - one more, not sure
  • 4 Hands Brewing - something special from the tasting room
  • Goose Island
  • Golden Road
  • Kona Brewing
  • Bur Oak
  • Blue Blood
  • Destihl
  • Heavy Riff
  • Point Labaddie



many more coming

We will be pouring our 35th Anniversary beers for sure....

Side Project Merci 35th Anniversary Blend (tasting only not for sale)
Perennial Corail de Sang 35th Anniversary Beer
Perennial Citra Paradisi TWCP 35th Anniversary Beer
Crooked Stave Salvador Cybies Four Roses Barrel TWCP 35th Anniv
Crooked Stave Salvador Cybies High West Barrel TWCP 35th Anniv
Schlafly Scotch Ale TWCP 35th Anniversary\



Beer list subject to change due to out of stocks or new items arriving. 
We will keep it as up to date as we can!

Monday, September 18, 2017

Peche Mortel is back!!





Dieu du Ciel Peche Mortel...$4.49 / 11.2oz
Rated 100/100 RateBeer
"If you love really good coffee and really good beer equally, you will be thrilled with Péché Mortel. If coffee isn’t your cup of tea, and caffeine makes you bounce off the ceiling, then just put the bottle down and find something else to drink. This beer is all about coffee. Indeed, you may have seen ‘coffee stouts’ before, but no brewer has ever married coffee and beer so naturally and seamlessly.
And this isn’t just any stout, but an imperial stout, which means that it is modeled on the strong, rich, and very complex stouts that were made in England in the 19th and early 20th centuries exclusively for shipment to Russia, where they were a special favorite at the court of the Czars.
A warning: Between the caffeine buzz, and the 9% alcohol by volume of this singular brew, you may find yourself a little disoriented. What is this, a morning pick-me-up and a drowsy night-cap, all in the same bottle? It’s just too much pleasure all at once, and that’s why the brewers named it Péché Mortel, which is French for 'Mortal Sin.' Unfortunately, we can’t say that it’s good for you. In fact, it’s a sure thing you’re going to Hell for this . . ." -- brewery






Dieu du Ciel Aphrodite...$4.49 / 11.2oz

Black ale with aromas and flavours of vanilla, dark chocolate, bourbon and roasted malt. The vanilla and cocoa marry nicely, without out-competing each other, to produce a surprisingly well balanced beer. This beer is mildly hoppy, but the cocoa introduces a touch of bitterness. Its colour may be intimidating, but it is a very smooth beer within reach of most beer drinkers. This highly appreciated dessert beer is brewed with organic fair-trade cocoa and first rate vanilla beans.
Rated 100/100 Ratebeer.com




Hill Farmstead Collab with Blaugies

We cannot get Hill Farmstead in in Missouri, but here is a Collab with them!

Back in stock



Hill Farmstead / Blaugies La Vermontoise...$10.99 / 750ml
The Hill Farmstead brewers traveled to Brasserie de Blaugies to share in the kindred bond of farmhouse brewing.  The result is this classic saison brewed with spelt and an abundance of Amarillo hops.  A true expression of noble Belgian tradition and artistic American innovation from the families of Brasserie de Blaugies and Hill Farmstead.

Remus Repeal Reseve Bourbon Whiskey

Exciting news for Bourbon lovers!!
The Wine and Cheese Place
at all 4 locations
Kick off party for Remus Reserve!


Thursday November 16 from 5:00 - 7:00 pm all stores


Taste  

  • George Remus Straight Bourbon Whiskey 
  • Remus Repeal Reseve Bourbon Whiskey


Pre-order - Limited Release
Scheduled to arrive in November
Reserve yours now, we will not charge your credit card.
Pay at pick up.

George Remus Repeal Reserve....$67.99
10-12 Year old Bourbons Introducing Remus Repeal Reserve, the first in what will be an annual ultra-limited release. Crafted with a medley of three different mash bills, Remus Repeal Reserve was made to commemorate the repeal of Prohibition on December 5, 1933. And when we say it’s ultra-limited, we mean it. So once it hits shelves on November 13th - King George’s birthday - expect it to go, and go fast. Remus Repeal Reserve offers a premium price point and boasts buttery toffee and honeyed smoothness, leading to a bold spiciness and a finish with notes of raisin, fig and toffee. All in all, Remus Repeal Reserve is the perfect complement to GEORGE REMUS® Bourbon in any liquor cabinet.

Limited - 3 different mash bills.



The Bruery

Back in stock now!






The Bruery The Order...$9.99 / 750ml
Monastic breweries wrote the book on complex ales that weave notes of dark fruits, spices, caramelized character and warmth into each sip. The Order summons that tradition and adds local inspiration. Our darkening, Belgian-inspired abbey ale features dark-fruited character from dates, Belgian-style sugars and subtle spicing from coriander, which compliments the Belgian yeast esters.






The Bruery Or Xata...$9.99 / 750ml
Horchata is a traditional, sweet, milky drink originating in Spain and Latin America that has become quite popular in Southern California, particularly with Mexican cuisine. Our take on the traditionally non-alcoholic drink is a blonde ale brewed with a heavy dosing of rice, cinnamon and fresh vanilla beans along with lactose for a little extra creamy character. If you didn’t know better, you’d think it was carbonated horchata. The flavor is hard to describe, but for those who know it, you know you love it.


Crooked Stave Limited Releases




Crooked Stave restocked!!!



Crooked Stave Nightmare on Brett...$19.99 / 750 ml
Crooked Stave L'Brett d'Blueberry....$25.99 / 750 ml
Crooked Stave L'Brett d'Raspberry....$25.99 / 750 ml

Limit 1 per person!

Crooked Stave Surette Reserva Palisade Peach....$25.99 / 750 ml
Crooked Stave Surette Reserva Peaches....$11.99 / 375ml
Crooked Stave Surette Reserva Raspberry...$25.99 / 750ml

(this one got left off the truck, but they are bringing it sometime today)

Crooked Stave Petite Sour Blueberry...$6.99 /375 ml
Crooked Stave Petite Sour Tart Cherry...$6.99 /375 ml
Crooked Stave Petite Sour Peach...$6.99 / 375 ml

Crooked Stave Petite Sour Raspberry...$6.99 / 375ml

Crooked Stave Origins....$19.99 / 750ml
Crooked Stave Coast Brewing Huguenot Low Country Sour Saison...$5.99 / 375ml
Crooked Stave L'Brett d'Or..$9.99 / 375ml




Limit 1 per person!
Crooked Stave Surette Reserva Palisade Peach....$25.99 / 750 ml
Provision Sour Ale Aged in oak barrels with Colorado Peaches and Cherry skins.
We have hand picked each Surette Reserva from unique batches that develop with indefinable complexity.

Crooked Stave Surette Reserva Raspberry...$25.99 / 750ml
(this one got left off the truck, but they are bringing it sometime today)
Provisions Sour Ale aged in oak barrels with Washington Raspberries

Crooked Stave Surette Reserva with Peaches...$11.99 / 375ml 
Golden Sour Ale Aged in Oak Barrels with Peaches


Limit 1 per person!
Crooked Stave L'Brett d'Blueberry....$25.99 / 750 ml
Golden Sour Ale Aged in Oak Barrels with Washington Blueberries


Crooked Stave Petite Sour Tart Cherry...$6.99 /375 ml
Wild Ale Aged in Oak Barrels with Colorado Montmorency Cherries

Crooked Stave Petite Sour Blueberry...$6.99 /375 ml
Mixed fermentation Ale aged in Oak with Blueberries
Crooked Stave Petite Sour Raspberry...$6.99 / 375ml
Mixed fermentation ale aged in Oak with Raspberries.




Crooked Stave / Coast Brewing Huguenot Low Country...$6.99 / 375ml
Ale brewed with Huguenot Black Oats, Black Rye, and Carolina Gold Rice Middlins








Crooked Stave Nightmare on Brett ...$19.99 / 750ml
Dark Sour Ale Aged in Leopold Bros Whiskey Barrels




Crooked Stave Origins....$19.99 / 750ml
Burgundy Sour Ale Aged in Oak Barrels



Crooked Stave L'Brett d'Apricot...$11.99 /375ml
Golden Sour Ale Aged in Oak Barrels with Apricots







Crooked Stave Petite Sour Rosé....$6.99 / 375ml
Wild Ale Aged in Oak Barrels on Fruit Skins




Crooked Stave Petite Sour Peach....$6.99 / 375ml
Wild Ale Aged in oak with Colorado Peaches