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Saturday, April 23, 2016

Jefferson's Ocean #7 Cask Strength










Jefferson's Ocean #7 Aged at Sea Bourbon Cask Strength...$89.99
112 proof
Limited releases
Inspired by the original Jefferson's Ocean which was new-filled bourbon barrels, the Jefferson's Ocean: Aged at Sea takes older bourbon barrels and brings it around the world. Stopping in 5 different continents and crossing the equator 4 times, this truly is a bourbon of the world. Exceptionally hand-crafted. Ridiculously small batch.





Featured cheeses





New Ballas Location Cheese Feature:
Saint Agur BLUE
A blue cheese made from pasteurized cow's milk from the village of Monts du Velay. A double creme blue, aged 60 days, begins with a mellow profile becoming strong as it ages.  One of our favorite and most popular blue cheeses.



Ballwin location Cheese Feature:
Edel De Cleron
Soft Ripening, full lactic authentic flavor. Spruce bark around edge of wheel adds romance to the profile of the cheese. Rind is off white and thick though edible



Forsyth locatoni cheese featureEpoisses de Bourgogne
One of the most famous washed rind cheeses is Epoisses de Bourgogne.  It is made in the tiny village of Epoisse which is located in the department of Côte-d’Or in eastern France. The Cheese is washed with Marc de Bourgogne, which creates a rather pungent and gooey washed rind cheese.    Try with a great Burgundy wine!!



Rock Hill location cheese feature
Goatsbeard Farm - Missouri
"Delicious artisanal cheeses made from the fresh milk of our very own pasture-grazing goats! We offer the following goat cheeses at Goatsbeard Farm: Fresh Rounds, Fresh Tubs, Soft-Ripened Cheese, Feta and Aged Raw Milk Cheese.
Currently our herd consists of about 50 milking does. These goats are crosses between Nubian, Sable Saanen, and LaMancha breeds, each of which contributes to the high quality of our milk. Nubians produce milk that is high in protein and butterfat, and Saanens are known for high volume as well as quality milk." -- Goatsbeard

Bond 2012s are here....



2012 Bond Quella.....$459.99

The 2012 Quella (from a steep 9-acre vineyard in the eastern Vaca hillsides) has an opaque purple color, a gorgeous nose of white flowers, sweet blackberry and cassis fruit, and a touch of vanilla and graphite. Full-bodied, like its siblings, with great fruit extract, terrific purity and richness, and high but velvety tannins, this wine should also benefit from another 3-5 years of cellaring and keep for 30+ years.
Rated 98/100 Robert Parker


2012 Bond Pluribus....$459.99
From a 7-acre parcel on Spring Mountain, the 2012 Pluribus Proprietary Red Wine exhibits the white flowers (acacia?), blueberry and black raspberry fruit that comes from this high elevation site. It is full-bodied but very tannic, backward, coiled and relatively tight, behaving in that sense more like a 2013 than a 2012. This wine is set for a long life of 30+ years. Forget it for another 4 or 5 years, then consume it over the following three decades.
Rated 95+/100 Robert Parker


2012 Bond Melbury....$459.99
From a 7-acre hillside vineyard overlooking Lake Hennessey, the 2012 Melbury, like its siblings, is 100% Cabernet Sauvignon aged in 100% new oak for a minimum of 24 to 28 months, then bottled unfiltered. The wine displays beautiful blackberry fruit, some charcoal, loamy soil undertones, forest notes, lots of spice, a full-bodied, multi-dimensional mouthfeel, and a super finish of 45+ seconds. Even in a vintage like 2012, this wine ideally needs 3-5 years of bottle age and should keep for 30+ years.
Rated 95/100 Robert Parker


2012 Bond St Eden...$459.99
From an 11-acre vineyard just north of the Oakville corridor, the 2012 St. Eden shows gorgeous, cedary Christmas fruitcake notes, black cherry and blackcurrant fruit, spice box, earth, and almost first growth Pauillac-like cassis and lead pencil shavings. Deep, full-bodied, and fabulously concentrated, this stunner flirts with perfection. Slightly more evolved than the Quella or Melbury, this wine may be the most drinkable out of the gate of all the Bond offerings in 2012. It should continue to evolve for at least 30+ years
Rated 98/100 Robert Parker


2012 Bond Vecina...$459.99
From an 11-acre vineyard sitting near Bond’s winery and the Harlan estate, the 2012 Vecina Proprietary Red is the perfect Napa version of a hypothetical blend of a La Mission Haut-Brion and Mouton-Rothschild. This is riveting Cabernet Sauvignon with great intensity, a killer fragrance of burning embers, charcoal, gravel, blackberry, cassis and earth. Fabulously intense and full-bodied, with majestic flavor intensity, a skyscraper-like mouthfeel, incredible purity and length, and supple tannins, this magnificent wine comes closest to the great Harlan Estate itself. Drink it over the next 35 years.
Rated 100/100 Robert Parker 

Croque-Monsieur with Rosemary Ham



Come in for a taste at Forsyth
Framani_Hot Ham


Fra'Mani Rosemary Uncured Ham...$13.99 / lb
Our new Hot Ham is a whole muscle ham made from the knuckle of the pork leg, situated above the shank. Hand-trussed, seasoned liberally with Calabrian red pepper, and smoked over natural hardwood. This ham has an appealing rosy face, smoky aroma, and piquant flavor, and its compact muscle grain results in a fine texture, especially when sliced thin. Each ham is about 3 pounds.



Add this ham to your Croque-Monsieur

Croque-Monsieur
Grilled ham and cheese: nothing to scoff at. Baked ham and cheese with velvety béchamel oozing out all over the place: mind-altering.
Ingredients
SERVINGS: MAKES 4
Béchamel
¼ cup (½ stick) unsalted butter
¼ cup all-purpose flour
1½ cups whole milk
2 tablespoons whole grain mustard   *** Try are new LocalFolks Stoneground Mustard
½ teaspoon freshly grated nutmeg or ¼ ground nutmeg
Kosher salt



Assembly
8 slices ½”-thick country-style bread
6 oz. ham, preferably Paris ham (about 8 slices)  *** Try our new Rosemary Ham
3 oz. Gruyère, grated (about 1½ cups)   ***
1 teaspoon herbes de Provence
***In stock at The Wine and Cheese Place Forsyth

Preparation

Béchamel
Melt butter in a medium saucepan over medium heat until foamy. Add flour and cook, stirring, until mixture is pale and foamy, about 3 minutes. Gradually add milk, stirring until mixture is smooth. Cook, stirring, until sauce is thick and somewhat elastic, about 4 minutes. Remove from heat and whisk in mustard and nutmeg; season with salt.
Do Ahead: Béchamel can be made 1 day ahead. Let cool; press plastic wrap directly onto surface and chill.

Assembly
Preheat oven to 425°. Spread bread slices with béchamel, dividing evenly and extending all the way to the edges. Place 4 slices of bread, béchamel side up, on a parchment-lined baking sheet; top with ham and half of cheese. Top with remaining slices of bread, béchamel side up, then top with remaining cheese and sprinkle with herbes de Provence. Bake until cheese is brown and bubbling, 10–15 minutes.
Do Ahead: Sandwiches can be made (but not baked) 1 day ahead. Cover; chill.

Recipe by Jody Williams

Friday, April 22, 2016

Buffalo Bill Beers




Buffalo Bill Tasmanian Devil Double Ale...$9.99 / 6pk
This California Strong Ale was first brewed in 1986 and gained notoriety appearing in Newsweek Magazine. Brewed with a variety of hops from Tasmania, Australia, and Washington, this Strong Ale has a smooth malt character but is never bitter. A favorite at the Hayward Brewery…
Tasmanian Devil ships year-round


Buffalo Bill Blood Orange Imperial Ale...$5.99 / 22oz
Brewed with real blood orange peel and juice, this perfectly balanced, high alcohol brew is perfect during the spring months. It pours a burnt orange color with copper and red hues. Floral and citrus notes mingle with a hint of caramel. We think you’ll want to savor every drop of it’s mild sweet body and slight tart finish, 9%

Come in for a taste!

In stock now at Forsyth.
Come in for a taste as they are delicious
Framani_Hot Ham


Fra'Mani Rosemary Uncured Ham...$13.99 / lb
Our new Hot Ham is a whole muscle ham made from the knuckle of the pork leg, situated above the shank. Hand-trussed, seasoned liberally with Calabrian red pepper, and smoked over natural hardwood. This ham has an appealing rosy face, smoky aroma, and piquant flavor, and its compact muscle grain results in a fine texture, especially when sliced thin. Each ham is about 3 pounds.



Fra' Mani Salame Rosa
Fra'Mani Salame Rosa (Uncured)...$12.99 / lb
Our Salame Rosa is a salame cotto (cooked salame) with origins in the city of Bologna, Italy. Made from prime cuts from the shoulder, coarsely chopped to create a distinctive mosaic face and speckled with small cubes of plate fat cut from high on the hog. Dry roasted with a hint of natural fruitwood smoke. Mildly seasoned with coriander, white pepper and mace, and studded with pistachio nuts. Each piece is about 6 pounds.

Pine Nuts

Pesto season is just around the corner....fresh basil.....

Did you know we have Pine Nuts bulk?
Buy as much as you need.
Pine nuts...$14.99 / lb

Crunchy yet butter textured, pleasantly sweet and delicious pine nuts are small edible seeds of female cone in a pine tree. Pine kernels are, indeed, very good source of plant derived nutrients, essential minerals, vitamins and "heart friendly" mono-unsaturated fatty acids that help benefit in reducing cholesterol levels in the blood.
Botanically, pine trees belong to the family of Pinaceae, in the genus: Pinus. Some of the common names are pinon nuts, pignoli, cedar nuts, chilgoza, pinyon pinenuts...etc. 

==Nutrition and You

Localfolks Foods


Localfolks Foods
LocalFolks Foods is proud to produce a variety of wholesome natural foods that capture the flavorful abundance of America’s varying farm regions. At LocalFolks Foods we are committed to maximizing the use of available, local and regional ingredients, harvested at their peak of ripeness, to bring the best of our country’s bounty to your table year-round.

LocalFolks is determined to reinforce the values associated with bolstering a more local, sustainable food supply. We source ingredients from our country’s natural geographic regions and partner with family farms, farm cooperatives, and processors throughout those regions. This helps to create and strengthen local food networks while providing opportunities for family farms to grow alongside us as we continue to add to our line of natural and wholesome products.
Current Regions of Operation
Midwest: Sheridan, Indiana

LocalFolks Foods Midwest utilizes a large amount of ingredients from farms throughout the greater Midwest and produces its line of products in two facilities located in Indiana. We are currently distributed throughout a 10-state area.
No corn syrups, no GMOs, no artificial ingredients, no gluten products 

In stock at Forsyth now, you can order online for transfers.

Local Folks Foods Stone-Ground Xxpress Mustard...$5.99 / 8oz. jar
This fresh, stone-ground mustard is based off a 200 year-old German recipe. Lightly sweetened with a little honey and red ripe bell peppers. Hot and spicy, a little goes a long way! 

Ingredients: brown and yellow mustard seed, honey, rice wine vinegar, bell peppers, jalapeños, salt, cilantro, lemon juice.



Local Folks Foods Honey Bar-Bee-Q...$5.99 / 16oz. jar
Barbecue sauce with a touch of spice.
Crushed tomatoes, brown sugar, apple cider vinegar, honey, potato and tapioca starch, chili powder (chili peppers, garlic, salt and spices), sea salt, garlic, black pepper, allspice, citric acid

Full Belly Pickles

In stock now at Forsyth - you can order online for transfers



Welcome to Full Belly Foods where our unique recipes, hand selected ingredients and pickling with a loving hand make for world class gourmet pickles.
Full Belly Gourmet Pickles have always been famous for their big bold flavors, bright colors and crunch. They’re artisan crafted in small batches from veggies at their peak of freshness, non-irradiated spices, high quality vinegars and water.
Full Belly Gourmet Pickles are 100% natural so you’ll never see preservatives, artificial colors or high fructose corn syrup on our ingredient list. Full Belly Gourmet Pickles are also low in sodium and sugar and are gluten and cholesterol free.





Full Belly Belly Beans....$8.99 / 16oz
Elegantly briny with a warm finish from serrano peppers laced with french green beans. A natural with wine and cheese or in a full belly “bellytini”




Full Belly Habanero Firesticks....$7.99 / 16oz

Carrots like none other! Pickled with habanero so they’re crunchy with a hot finish. Great on your hot dog or in a full belly bloody mary.


Full Belly Cauliflower Crunch...$8.99 / 16oz
Cauliflower, carrots, red bell pepper, sweet onion, ginger & garlic. The deep, rich flavors of asia & india in one jar.




Meiomi Pinot Noir at a great price....


2014 Meiomi Pinot Noir....$15.08
The wine opens to reveal lifted fruit aromas of bright strawberry and jammy fruit, mocha, and vanilla, along with toasty oak notes. Expressive boysenberry, blackberry, dark cherry, juicy strawberry, and toasty mocha flavors lend complexity and depth on the palate. The well-integrated oak provides structure and depth seldom seen in Pinot Noir.

Great 1er Cru White Burgundy bargans



Premier Cru White Burgundy under $45

2012 Francois Carillon St Aubin 1er Cru...$41.99
2013 Francois Carillon St Aubin 1er Cru Les Charmois...$41.99

We have 2 amazing bottlings of 1er Cru White Burgundy from Francois Carillon. The Francois Carillon St Aubin 1er 2012 which is a blend of the Charmois and La Combe Vineyards and the 2013 Francois Carillon St. Aubin Charmois 1er Cru. Both the Charmois and La Combe Vineyards border Chassagne Montrachet just to the North and deliver Chassagne quality at a fraction of the price. These are truly some of the best values in Burgundy today.






Thursday, April 21, 2016

New Extraomnes from Italy


Extraomnes Zest Dry Hopped Belgian Blonde...$7.99 / 11.2oz
Rated 96/100 RateBeer

Rated 99/100 in its style RateBeer
AWARD FOR BEST BEER BEER FESTIVAL - ITALY MILANO 2011

Golden appearance with green “vibrations” and a white, compact, persistent head.
An intense nose of Orange blossom, decided hints of yellow fruit and citrus (lemon, grapefruit).
A delicate hop spiciness and the lightweight body due to the absence of residual sugar make it refreshing and very drinkable.
Dry, sharp and prolonged finish.




Extraomnes Straff Belgian Strong Ale....$7.99 / 11.2oz

Saison
Rated 93/100 RateBeer
STRAFF has a misleading innocent appearance, beautiful and golden with a white creamy head.
The nose of fresh fruit, apricot and melon, Mirabelle brandy and a slight earthy note reminiscent of the style.
The initial soft palate is immediately damped by a bone-dry cutting, caused by the virtual absence of residual sugar, and a balanced bitterness.




Extraomnes Tripel...$7.99 / 11.2oz

Rated 95/100 RateBeer
Rated 97/100 in its style RateBeer
Bright golden yellow appearance with a creamy white head.
Alternating scents of yellow fruits and peppery notes in the nose.
Soft, slightly phenolic mouth feel that is enriched by hints of candy sweetness but is well balanced by a strong dryness that leaves your mouth clean and ready for another sip.
Fatty and succulent meats or mature cheeses are ideal food pairings.

Sesma Brewing Citrus Maxima


Citrus overload.....
We special ordered this beer and to my knowledge, the only place you will find it in Missouri.  Very limited

Sesma Brewing Citrus Maxima....$9.99 / 500ml
Witbier with wild yeast, brewed with different citrus fruits, grapefruit, lemon meyer, lemon poncil, yuzu, Budha hand, Limequat, Kumquat, bergamot, citron and lime.
Tasting Notes
Aroma:
Strong citrus aroma with a hints of mint.
Flavor:
Little sourness, light boddy with soft carbonation.
Finish:

A very refreshing beer like a soda, ideal for spring/summer afternoons.

Celebrate the 500th Anniversary of the Bavarian Purity Law



Weihenstephaner 1516 Special Edition...$12.99 / 6pk
1516 was created to celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Bavarian Purity Law, which is the world's oldest food law. The kellerbier is a cloudy amber color and features a mild flavor profile with a touch of caramel.
ABV: 5.6%

Uinta Cucumber Farmhouse




Aged in Gin Barrels
Uinta Cucumber Farmhouse....$8.49 / 22oz
Brewed with Cucumbers and aged in Beehive Distillery Gin Barrels

BRC - Jolly Pumpkin Major Collab


BRC emails just sent!!  Based on total sales
Major Collab....Jolly Pumpkin Hamajang...$12.99

Blend of Sea Buckthorn Fandango (collaboration with Mikkel, in oak for 1 year and 4 months) and Innovatorman (collaboration with Jeppe and Charles Psenka, in oak for 1 year and 3 months).  All blended together!


That's messed up, bro.
That's right, I blended them.
So sue me
Ron Jefferies, Jolly Pumpkin

Logboat has arrived!!!!







Logboat Shiphead Ginger Wheat...$8.49 / 6pk CANS
5.2% ABV
25 IBU
Shiphead is brewed with Peruvian ginger straight out of the rainforest. Coriander and fresh lemon zest yield citrus tang. Alien Sea Sorceress, find your glow.
Shiphead pairs great with Asian food, salads, and popsicles.



Logboat Mamoot Mild Ale...$8.49 / 6pk CANS
4% ABV
10 IBU
Mamoot is the brown ale’s laid back brother, a perfect breakfast beer. Subtle notes of jam, coffee, and chocolate add to the toasty finish. This brew is mahogany colored and full flavored, despite the relatively light ABV.
Mamoot is great with BBQ, frog legs and beef jerky. Mamoot and Gouda cheese is a fine afternoon snack.

Logboat Snapper IPA...$8.49 / 6pk CANS
7.2% ABV
68 IBU
This easy drinking IPA is loaded up with four varieties of American grown hops. Fruity flavors of pear and peach play off of resinous, piney notes. Belgian crystal malt complements the bitterness for a well-balanced IPA.
Pairs well with spicy food of all sorts and sweet desserts. Drink a Snapper while munching on a nice ripe cheese.

Logboat Lookout Pale Ale...$8.49 / 6pk CANS
5.5% ABV
30 IBU
Lookout is a refreshing American Pale Ale with an orange blossom hop character and a clean malt body. The perfect companion for piloting a river.
Pairs well with everything. Seriously, everything. We especially like drinking Lookout at BBQs, on float trips, golf courses and while tending our gardens.




Logboat Brewing Jupiter's Moons...$11.99 / 22oz
8.3% ABV
80 IBU
Jupiter’s Moons is a double red ale with quite a bit of piney, citrusy notes from the abundance of hops and a hefty malt bill. A firm bitterness smacks your jowls while caramel sweetness refreshes your tongue.
Pairs well with a wide range of foods from chicken to seafood, burgers and spicy food. Pecan Sandies would be a great choice while consuming this beer.


Logboat Brewing Imperial March Stout...$11.99 / 22oz
An imperial stout aged on oak.  Aromas of leather, oak, and vanilla join on the palette to enhance the toffee and coconut notes.

Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Lucifer Closeout

We just bought a great closeout!


We got in a decent supply - so stock up!
Het Anker Lucifer....$5.99 / 4pk 11.2oz bottles
(was $15.99 a 4pk)
Het Anker Lucifer...$3.99 / 25oz
(was $11.99 / 750ml)

8% ABV
"Lucifer pours cleat and golden yellow with a lasting and lacing full white head. The aroma of yeast carries into the flavor with slight metallic and spiced accents. A of fruit compliments the dry and bitter finish of this complex beer."
"Brewery Het Anker is one of the oldest breweries in Belgium. It first appears in the records of the city of Mechelen in 1369. That year “Jan in den Anker” was already paying his penny membership to the St. Rombouts Chapter of the Brewer’s Guild. The brewery appears a second time in the year 1433 which Mathijs, Jan’s son, took over the city brewery after not being profitable. In approximately 1400 the brewery, Beguinage, and the “crankenhuys” (hospital) occupied one third of the city. Some of the buildings from the 15th century still stand on the outer parts of the city."

Tony Soter Finale



We are very excited to be able to offer a piece of Napa Valley history in a bottle. Our first allocation of the Soter Finale sold out instantly upon release in 2014, recently we were able to talk our way into a few more cases. With a few more years of bottle age you are in for a real treat. Only 60 bottles available.


2007 Soter Finale Bordeaux Blend....$139.99
This wine is Tony Soter's last Cabernet, and his last Napa Valley wine! As both a debut and a grand finale, it is a truly special bottling commemorating a 30 year career that involved making many acclaimed wines for exceptional producers, namely: Araujo, Dalla Valle, Etude, Viader, Shafer and Spottswoode. More than a piece of vinous memorabilia, this wine makes a parting statement about what Napa Cabernet can be, what it was and what it has meant to this acknowledged master of the craft. Both the 2007 and 2006 vintages are represented in this bottling, where the blend of both years together simply made for the most compelling wine.
Only 900 cases produced.

Whiskey/Bourbon Reward Club

New Whiskey Reward Club 

Took some time to get it ready, but we are ready now.
(similar to our Beer Reward Club)
Yes, you can be a member of both (or just one or the other).  If you are a member of the Beer Club - you still need to sign up for the Whiskey (you will still use your same account number, we just need to add you to the whiskey club) (click here)


We have been using a Beer Reward Club for awhile and due to many requests we are now forming a Whiskey Reward Club also to allocate rare bourbon and whiskeys.    This will be the only way to receive Pappy Van Winkle, the Orphan Barrels, Four Roses Limited Releases, Buffalo Trace Experimental, Buffalo Trace Antique Collection,  Laphroaig limited releases, Balvenie Tun, limited Japanese Whiskey, and so on with other rare whiskeys.

Your phone number without the area code will be your account number.  After you sign up, you must give your phone number without the area code 
 (or last name) every time you check out at any of our stores.  Your name will appear on your receipt at the bottom.  If your name is not on the receipt you are not getting credit for the purchase.  Tell the checker immediately if your name is not on your receipt (or the wrong name is on your receipt)   

Here is how we will allocate Whiskey
We will eventually base the the allocation on the running previous 6 months sales.   We feel 6 months is a good amount of time to reward regular customers.  We also feel that is a good amount of time to let new people sign up and eventually get in on the allocations. 
  • It will be based on your total purchases: wine, liquor, beer, cheese, nuts...everything in the store.
  • The releases will still be a raffle method.  But it will be a weighted raffle.  The more you spend the better chance you will have as you will get more raffle tickets for each release.  Right now we print the report for the top 100, top 200, or the top 300.  It depends on how many bottles we receive.  We do a weighted raffle from those lists.  This is subject to change.
When will the system start:
  • Your previous purchases before the start of the program cannot be added to the club.  It would not be possible to add everyone's previous purchases.
  • Now is the time to start signing up.  Please sign up online.  We have noticed that if we do it in store, email addresses and phone numbers get messed up as it is hard to read people's handwriting.   And then we have trouble contacting people when they get allocated a rare whiskey.
  • We will let people accumulate purchases for at least 2 months before we start using the system.    We project that we will start using the system to release Bourbon/Whiskey August 1st.  This will give us plenty of time to work out any issues before the big fall releases like Pappy Van Winkle and the Antique Collection.
  • Once we get to December, we will allocate whiskeys on a rolling 6 months basis. 
Another way to get bourbons if you join
  • We will still put random rare whiskey out on the shelf for shoppers to find as we do now.
  • New feature:  Our new POS system allows us to  randomly select a Reward member -- when you check out, a message will pop up on our screen saying something like "you have been allocated a bottle of [insert super rare whiskey name here].  Again, as a way of rewarding people for shopping in the store.  This will be totally random and we will not know until you actually go to purchase something and this note will pop up.  This has been very successful in our Beer Reward Club.   You will only be allowed to win once every 6 months, then it will reset again.
More important information:
  • We will post updates when whiskey is coming and when allocation emails have been sent.  Follow us on Twitter, our blog, facebook for updates.
  • You will get an email if you get an allocated whiskey, you have 7 days to pick up or we will draw another name.
  • There is no fee to sign up, it is free to join.
  • VERY IMPORTANT:  After you sign up, make sure you give your phone number each time you check out. This is how your purchases will be tracked. Sometimes when it gets busy the checker might forget ask you. Just tell them when you are checking out you are a member of the one of our reward clubs.  You do not need to mention if it is beer or whiskey.   Plus,  we will have some holiday help that will be working at the register that might not ask as they will be part time and new. Your name should appear on your receipt, if it does not, tell the checker immediately because that means your purchases are not being tracked. 
  • You can join if you shop our online store also.
  • You can be a member of both of our reward clubs.  Beer Reward Club and Whiskey Reward Club - you can "order" free memberships to both online 
  • Guidelines are subject to change.  We will evolve the system to make it better based on customer comments and how the first releases work.  We have been evolving the Beer Reward Club over the past few years and it seems to be getting better and better.  We will always give notice when we adjust the guidelines. 


    SIGN UP NOW  Order up a free membership now



    Any questions or comments email paul@wineandcheeseplace.com

    Charleville Barleywine Vertical Set



    Great idea from Charleville, that they have been planning for a few years!!


    Cellar Starter 4 pack!
    Great pre-made vertical tasting of Barleywines!



    Charleville Barleywine Vertical....$12.99 / 4pk
    1 bottle each

    • 2013
    • 2014
    • 2015
    • 2016



    Sip, Sit or Stand. The choice is yours, with one thing for certain, age defines grace. Our Barleywine style ale has proved to be no exception to this rule. Two Row Barley, Crystal malt, and Munich malt all prepare the canvas for an entourage of hops that will enlighten your pallet. Enjoy today and Savor tomorrow.

    Lagunitas Waldos








    Lagunita's The Waldos' Special Ale...$11.99 / 6 pack

    In 1971, the Waldos met one afteroon at 4:20 in the front courtyard of their school near the statue of Louis Pasteur. They set out in a '66 Impala armed with a "treasure map" on a journey to find a secret garden near Point Reyes. They met there at the same time every day and continued their quest. They never found the secret garden....But they keep lookin'. The dankest and hoppiest beer ever brewed at Lagunitas was made with help of the Waldos for all treasure hunters.
    Good with Beer-battered Twinkies Con Queso…you can find out why if you google 'Waldo 420'