Saturday, November 5, 2016

Compass Box Spice Tree Extravaganza

Limit 1 per person
Compass Box Spice Tree Extravaganza...$114.99
‘Extravaganza’ - Noun. A literary or musical work marked by extreme freedom of style and structure.
As the name suggests, the liquid draws its inspiration from our Signature Range classic, The Spice Tree, but reinterprets it through the use of older components and a significant portion of sherry-cask aged malt whisky. The Spice Tree’s trademark spice character is retained but set within a richer, more elegant frame with a new depth of flavour and complexity.

Limit 1 per person
Compass Box Three Year Old Deluxe...$239.99
Composed of less than 1% three year-old malt whisky produced near the village of Brora, 90% malt whisky of an unstated age from the same distillery and around 9% peaty malt whisky distilled on the Isle of Skye, regulations only permit us only to share details of the age of youngest component! No matter. For it is this three year-old that is most important to us. Aged from new-make spirit in our own first-fill American oak casks, it imparts a lively vivacity and represents a milestone in our development as whisky makers.

Great price, on sale was $37.99
Compass Box Great King Glasgow Blend...$33.99

In the GLASGOW BLEND you'll find a rich vein of peaty-smokiness, underpinned by sherry cask-aged whiskies, full of dried fruit and wine character. The palate is full and round, with a sweetness typical of whiskies from our company. For decades, The Wellington Statue, outside Glasgow's Gallery of Modern Art, has been cheekily topped by a traffic cone, something the local population has taken to heart as a symbol of their sense of humour. The statue has become one of Glasgow’s most iconic images and graces the label of this whisky.
Distillery Sourcing
33% Lowland grain whisky from a Fife distillery.
67% Malt whisky from the regions of Islay, the Highlands and Speyside.
The Islay single malt comes from south shore distillery (approximately 20% of the total recipe), vatted with a fruity malt from the village of Brora and a rich sherrried Speyside malt from the Aberlour region (approx. 33%). A small percentage of Speyside and Highland malts complete the recipe.
Wood: A combination of first-fill Sherry casks, first-fill and refill ex-Bourbon barrels and a small portion of new French oak finishing.

Great price, on sale was $37.99
Compass Box Great King Blended Scotch Whisky...$33.99
Blended Whisky of the Year 2012
Compass Box Great King Street, 43%, $45
Two outstanding contenders battled it out for this award this year: The Mackinlays ‘Shackleton’ whisky and The Compass Box Great King Street blend. Both tasted great, both took the category into new territory, and both showed what can be achieved through clever and thoughtful blending.  The Mackinlays ‘Shackleton’ whisky is a blended malt whisky — a mix of malt whiskies with no grain — and recreated the whisky found in the Antarctic camp abandoned by Ernest Shackleton. It was well packaged, was relatively well priced, and tasted great.  But the Mackinlays is all about history and the past. Compass Box Great King Street, a sweet citrusy and vanilla-doused blend, is all about the future. John Glaser and team don’t make bad whiskies, but often they have been esoteric, small batch, and all but unavailable to many of us. This blend is different, and is an attempt by Compass Box to introduce quality blends to a new generation. It had a relatively modest price point and brought the artisan skills of Compass Box to a new audience. It’s that rarity: a blend that drinks well on its own but tastes great when mixed. More than that, it’s perfectly placed to bring blends back into vogue. Anyone for a highball? —Dominic Roskrow

Redemption new releases

Redemption Bourbon Pre-Prohibition Revival...$23.99

A mash of 75% corn, 21% rye and 4% barley aged in new charred oak barrels

Redemption High Rye Bourbon Pre-Prohibition Revival...$23.99
A mash of 60% corn, 36% rye and 4% barley and aged in new charred oak barrels

Redemption 9 Year Old Barrel Proof Bourbon Whiskey...$79.99
Redemption 9 Year Old Barrel Proof Straight High Rye Bourbon Whiskey...$79.99

Whiskey aged in a barrel. As the years pass it's exposed to the heat and humidity of the summer and the bitter cold of winter. The whiskey in the barrel expands and contracts and all the time is interacting with the char and the oak of the barrel. Imagine barrels that have been aging, pulled down from their places in the rack and after all those years the bungs are pulled and we get our first smell and taste of the product we've been waiting for. The barrel proof bourbon in this bottles is dumped out of the barrel, filtered only to remove the bits of char and wood from the barrel, and bottled immediately at full barrel proof, which is as close to sipping whiskey right out of the barrel as you can get short of owning your own distillery!


Drink of the Month #1 - Negroni - click here to see that one
Drink of the Month #2 - Manhattan - click here to see that one
Drink of the Month #3 - Chrysanthemum  click here to see that one
Drink of the Month #4 - The Jungle Bird click here to see that one


Roughly, each month we will present a new drink that you can make at home with the guidance from a professional.  The professional that will be providing the recipes and the instructions will be mixologist, Jeffrey Moll.

Jeffrey Moll, the Head Barman at Randolfi's
Defender of both the fundamentals and DIY cocktailing. Reverence for all things liquid. Jason Molina fan. Avid cyclist. Loyal curmudgeon.

2015 St. Louis Magazine "A-List Award" Winner
Jeffrey Moll Jr., MIXOLOGIST
Dozens of the concoctions lining bartender Moll’s mixing station at Randolfi’s were formulated by the barkeep himself. Nabbing a tincture-side seat at the bar provides a nonpareil liquid education, with Moll dispensing as many answers as imbibers have questions. The cognoscenti gather, knowing that Moll’s labor-intensive seasonal creations (such as the garnish-laden Moll’s Cup No. 3) will keep them ahead of the cocktail curve.

The drinks will be presented in a "progressive" format so that you will end up with an amazing bar at home so that you can create every drink you would ever want.  Progressive meaning that next month you will not need to buy every ingredient, it will use some of the spirits you bought in the previous month(s) and so on.

Thank you to Jeffrey Moll for his help.  You can also head down to Randofi's and have Jeffrey make the drink for you!

For the fifth installment of The Drink of the Month, were going to hit up a familiar bottle again. The route I'm taking you down is set to build your collection of base spirits as soon as possible. So, with the exception of the Chrysanthamum, I want you to end up with a bottle each of Rye Whiskey, Bourbon Whiskey, Gin, Rum, Tequila, Vodka and Cognac or Brandy before the REAL fun begins. Until then, we may end up revisiting some ingredients more often than others. Like I said, we're going to revisit one fairly familiar bottle, but in addition to that one we will also be revisiting a few others.

This month, you will be utilizing your bottles of Campari, Cocchi di Torino Sweet Vermouth, Dolin Dry Vermouth and Angostura bitters to make a drink called a Rosita. For this drink you will need to get your hands on a bottle of Espolon Reposado Tequila.


First, these are the tools one would need for this cocktail:
  • Stirring Vessel
  • Mixing spoon
  • Hawthorn Strainer
  • Conical Fine Strainer (optional, but recommended)
  • A Rocks Glass

Second, these are the bottles and ingredients that you need for this cocktail.
  • Espolon Reposado Tequila   ***
  • Campari    ***
  • Cocchi di Torino Sweet Vermouth   ***
  • Dolin Dry Vermouth    ***
  • Angostura Bitters    ***
*** in stock at The Wine and Cheese Place, everything but the Espolon, you should have from previous drinks.

Lastly, here is the preparation for the cocktail:
  • 1.5 oz Espolon Reposado Tequila
  • .5 oz Campari
  • .5 oz Cocchi di Torino Sweet Vermouth
  • .5 oz Dolin Dry Vermouth
  • 1-2 shakes Angostura Bitters
  • Add all spirits to your mixing glass
  • Fill mixing glass 3/4 of the way with ice
  • Stir gently, quickly and fluidly (no pun intended) keeping the bottom of the spoon in constant contact with the side of the glass for about 25-30 seconds
  • Using your hawthorn strainer and fine strainer (if possessed) strain into an ice filled rocks glass. (I personally prefer this drink served up in a coupe, but on the rocks is the proper presentation. Try this drink both ways and decide for yourself!)
  • Using your vegetable peeler, peel a sizable strip of lemon peel. gently grasp the smaller section of the peel between your thumb and index finger and squeeze to express the oils from the peel over the cocktail. place peel in drink. If you have a channel knife, peel a 3-4 inch strip of peel over the glass to express the oils, curl the strip into a spiral twist and place in glass
- Enjoy!

Ommegang / Urban Chestnut Collab

Collab with St. Louis' Urban Chestnut!

Ommegang / Urban Chestnut Collab...$9.99 / 4 pack
Doppelbock Ale
This September Urban Chestnut brewmaster, Florian Kuplent, and head brewer, Jason Thompson, traveled to Brewery Ommegang in Cooperstown, New York to brew the first of a two-part collaboration. This first installment marries Urban Chestnut’s malty Doppelbock recipe with Ommegang’s complex Belgian house yeast. 

Friday, November 4, 2016

A couple of new Mikkeller Christmas ales...

Mikkeller Hoppy Lovin' Christmas...$4.99 / 11.2oz
India Pale Ale brewed with Ginger and Pine Needles

Mikkeller Santa's Little Helper...$4.99 / 11.2oz
Belgian Strong Ale brewed with spices.

Mikkeller To From Via Mikkeller...$4.99 / 11.2oz
Holiday Ale brewed with spices

Mikkeller Santa's Little Helper Barrel Aged...$13.99 / pint
Holiday Ale brewed with spices and aged in Grand Marnier barrels.

4 Hands Psycho Killer.

BRC Emails sent -- Beer only sales

4 Hands Psycho Killer...$8.49 / 22oz
A belgian Tripel aged in Rye barrels!

Sierra Nevada Barrel Aged Trip in the Woods

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Sierra Nevada Barrel Aged Trip in the Woods....$19.99 / 750ml
Barrel Aged narwhall 
Stout aged in Bourbon Barrels with red and black currants

Stone Brewing Bitter Chocolate Oakmeal

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Stone Brewing Bitter Chocolate Oakmeal..$16.99 / 500ml

Originally inspired by recipes of two Team Stone members, Stone 12th Anniversary Bitter Chocolate Oatmeal Stout became an instant classic. The onyx-hued beer also proved to be an ideal barrel-aging specimen, thanks to its rich, thick mouthfeel and chocolate-heavy flavors and aromatics.

An already magnificent beer’s mouthwatering recipe of unsweetened chocolate, flaked oats and dark-roasted malts is made even more deliciously complex care of oak barrels that previously nurtured bourbon. These amazing vessels impart oak and coconut-like flavors upfront while accentuating the silky smooth midpalate with oak vanillin notes. The finish is long and intense, with layers of chocolate and oak vanillin. You might be tempted to lick the glass for every last drop of this delectable adult confection.

Sierra Nevada ESTATE!

2016 Sierra Nevada Estate Wet Hop Ale....$14.99 / 750ml
Here in the sun-drenched fields of California’s North Valley, the black soil is rich with promise.
In winter, rows of barley seed are laid in the freshly tilled dirt. In spring, trellises are set for hops.
From our fields comes a remarkable homegrown ale, made with organic wet hops and barley grown at our brewery here in Chico and one of the few estate-made ales produced anywhere in the world!
This Estate Ale is rich with the flavors of the valley—featuring hops with earthy, grapefruit-like flavors and layered spicy aromas and barley with mild sweetness and smooth, toasted flavors. Together, these crops grow alongside the brewery to make a truly unique brew.


Highland Park Orcadian RARE RELEASES

Highland Park Orcadian Vintage 1970...$4,199.99
Next lowest price online is $4900
Bottled: 2010
Bottles made: 1,800

ABV: 48%
The 3rd relaese in Highland Park's impressive Orcadian Vintages range - a whisky made from 7 casks (mix of butts and hogsheads) distilled in 1970 . This continues the series incredible presentation, with a heavy dark glass bottle and hand detailed wooden box.

Highland Park Orcadian Vintage 1971....$3,999.99
Single Malt Scotch
Next lowest price online is$4700
Bottled: 2011
Bottles made: 657

ABV: 46.9%
The long awaited 4th release entry in the Highland Park Orcadian Vintage range - distilled way back in 1971. Continuing the tradition of the other bottlings in the series its comes in a hefty bottle and is packaged in a beautiful wooden box. A rare marriage of 17 casks from both butts and hogsheads.

Highland Park Orcadian Vintage 1976....$3,599.99
Next lowest price online is $4100
Bottled: 2011
Bottles made: 893

ABV: 49.1%The fifth release in Highland Park's very rare Orcadian Vintages range, and one of the highlights of The Whisky Show 2011. Vatted from 13 American oak casks, a mix of butts and hogsheads, and presented in a box illustrated to celebrate Orkney's Scandinavian heritage.

91 Point Cab for only $7.98

2013 Columbia Crest H3 Horse Heaven Hills Cabernet Sauvignon...$7.98

Compare to $15 at the winery
Lowest price on Wine-Searcher is $9.67
Supple, focused and distinctive, with a core of ripe plum, currant, sage and floral flavors, mingling effectively and harmoniously on the long, expressive finish. The tannins are nicely shaped. Drink now through 2020. 205,000 cases made
Rated 91/100 The Wine Spectator

Great prices on Billecart Salmon

Billecart Salmon Offering -- in stock!
We are always pleased when November rolls around and we are able to offer the NV Billecart Salmon Rose at an unbelievable price. We have 10 cases of what most consider the best Non Vintage Rose in the market at an unbeatable price of $64.98 per bottle. 
NV Billecart Salmon Brut Rose...$64.98
(Average price on Wine-Searcher is $88, the next lowest price in Missouri is $79.99 at Brown Derby and Total Wine and More)
“This is clearly one of my favorite rosé Champagnes out there. I love the freshness and clarity in the wine, from its light pink color to crisp acidity and minerally, chalky character on the finish. It's full-bodied and dense yet agile with amazing length and beauty. Refreshing and vibrant. As it warms, it gives you delicate pinot noir character like Aloxe-Corton or another excellent appellation. Drink now.”
Rated 95/100 James Suckling

As an added bonus we have 24 bottles of the 2002 Billecart Salmon Cuvee Francois Billecart on hand, again you won't believe the price $144.98 per bottle. This is a spectacular bottling from one of the truly great vintages of all time and certainly the best vintage of the century so far. The 2002 Francois Billecart has been lauded by almost every major wine publication, you won't be dissappointed.

2002 Billecart Salmon Cuvee Francois Billecart...$144.98
(we are lowest price on Wine-Searcher in the country)
A mesmerizing, thrilling Champagne, the 2002 Cuvée Nicolas François Billecart is a great example of the vintage at its best. Silky and racy on the palate, yet a bit more restrained than many wines of the year, the Nicolas François Billecart remains vivid and remarkably nuanced. Brioche. apricot jam, wild flowers and honey are some of the many notes that blossom as the Cuvée Nicolas François Billecart shows off its voluptuous personality
Rated 98/100 James Suckling
Rated 97/100 Antonio Galloni
Rated 96/100 Wine Enthusiast
Rated 95/100 Wine Spectator
Rated 94/100 The Wine Advocate

Very highly rated new Ridge Vineyard Wines

Very limited - subject to confirmation
2013 Ridge Monte Bello....$89.99 / 375ml

2013 Ridge Monte Bello....$179.99 / 750ml
2013 Ridge Monte Bello....$359.99 / 1.5 liter
Showing even better than last year, the 2013 Monte Bello is a tour de force, and a step up over the 2012. Full-bodied, layered, beautifully concentrated and seamless, it knocks it out of the park with its classic bouquet of plums, vanilla bean, cedary spice, scorched earth and cigar. Made from 80% Cabernet Sauvignon, 8% Petit Verdot, 7% Cabernet Franc and the rest Merlot, aged in 98% new American oak (there’s 2% new French oak), I wish I had bottles in the cellar. It should be at its best from 2023-2043.
Rated 97/100 The Wine Advocate
Rated 98+/100 Antonio Galloni, Vinous Media

2014 Ridge Petite Sirah Lytton Estate...$33.99
The 2014 Petite Sirah Lytton Estate is outstanding. Deep, luscious and intense, but with none of the aggressiveness Petite so often presents, the 2014 is utterly captivating from the very first taste. Dark red and blue-hued stone fruits, mint, spices and licorice are front and center. The purity of the fruit here is simply remarkable. As hard as it may be to believe, the 2014 can be enjoyed on the young side. This is a tremendous wine. Don't miss it!
Rated 95/100 Antonio Galloni Vinous Media

2014 Ridge Lytton Springs...$21.99 / 375ml
2014 Ridge Lytton Springs...$39.99 / 750ml
2014 Ridge Lytton Springs...$79.99 / magnum

The 2014 Lytton Springs is another absolutely gorgeous wine. Perhaps because of its relatively recent bottling, the 2004 feels a bit compressed, but there appears to be plenty of complexity and depth hiding behind the acidity and tannin. Far from an easygoing Zinfandel, the 2014 Lytton is a wine to buy and cellar for at least a handful of years. The wine's richness, persistence and vertical intensity all lead me to believe it will be special in time. Black cherry, pomegranate, mint and sweet spices meld into the resonant finish. A kick of tannin from the Petite adds personality, something the 2014 has in spades.
Rated 94+/100 Antonio Galloni, Vinous Media

2014 Ridge Zinfadel Pagani Ranch...$39.99
The 2014 Pagani Ranch is the most immediate and obvious of the 2014 Zinfandels I tasted at Ridge. Ripe, forward and opulent, the Pagani will please readers who like a more flashy, up-front style. I expect the Pagani will offer most of its charms sooner rather than later, which makes it a terrific choice for drinking on the young side. I don't see the pedigree or complexity of the best Zinfandels in the lineup, but the Pagani is delicious. This site seems to naturally produce a riper style as full flavor development and tannin maturity only take place late in the season.
Rated 92/100 Antonio Galloni Vinous Media

2014 Ridge Zinfandel Ponzo...$31.99
Coming from the Russian River Valley, the 2014 Zinfandel Ponzo Vineyards (96% Zinfandel and 4% Petite Sirah) is another sexy, seamless release from the team at Ridge that offers classic aromatics (bramble, plums, spice and dried flowers), medium-bodied richness and a clean, lengthy finish. Drink it over the coming 5-7 years.
Rated 90/100 The Wine Advocate

2013 Ridge Chardonnay Monte Bello...$66.99
A true gem, the 2013 Chardonnay Monte Bello, which was barrel fermented and aged 17 months in mostly American oak, offers sensational notes of white peach, citrus blossom, mint, ginger and baking spices. It’s a big, rich wine, yet it never puts a foot wrong, is impeccably balanced and stays fresh, pure and focused. Drink it anytime over the coming decade or more.
Rated 95/100 The Wine Advocate
Rated 95/100 Antonio Galloni, Vinous Media

2014 Ridge Chardonnay Santa Cruz...$46.99

Monte Bello Estate
The 2014 Chardonnay Estate opens with inviting aromatics. Bright, floral and nuanced, the 2014 offers striking complexity and energy. There is a hint of reduction, but that is not a negative. Readers who enjoy focused Chardonnays will find much to admire in the 2014. This is a gorgeous wine from Ridge. Lemon, white pepper and mint add the closing layers of nuance. In 2014, Ridge bottled less of their Monte Bello Chardonnay than the norm, which may be one of the reasons the Estate is so expressive.
Rated 93/100 Antonio Galloni, Vinous Media

Wednesday, November 2, 2016

96 point Bedrock!

2015 Bedrock The Bedrock Heritage Red...$46.99
Possibly the flagship wine is the 2015 Proprietary Red The Bedrock Heritage. This ancient vineyard is planted with 27 different varieties, so I won’t even begin to list them, as that is a book in itself. This is Rhône Valley-like, with notes of Mediterranean herbs, blackberries, blueberries, loamy soil notes, incense, creosote, steak tartare and pepper followed by a wine of great intensity – built like a skyscraper, with layers of fruit and extraction. It is a sensational effort, super-complex, and best drunk over the next decade.
Rated 96/100 Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate

Pinckney Bend Handcrafted Hibiscus Gin

Made in Missouri
Pinckney Bend Handcrafted Hibiscus Gin...$38.99

In addition to its beauty, the hibiscus flower is a venerable and ancient flavor agent, used in popular beverages from the Carribean and Latin America, to Asia and the Far East. We found that the tart cranberry-like flavors of the hibiscus flower paired so well with Pinckney Bend America Gin that we brought the two together in our unique Hibiscus Gin.

Stone Brewing Xocoveza Winter Spiced Mocha Stout

back in stock at all 4 locations now

Stone Brewing Xocoveza Winter Spiced Mocha Stout...$15.99 / 6pk
Harmoniously layered with cocoa, Mostra coffee, pasilla peppers, vanilla, cinnamon, nutmeg and milk sugar, this beer is an insanely delicious take on Mexican hot chocolate. Thanks entirely to you and fan demand, it has gone from being a one-time offering to a yearly tradition too special to skip. Feel free to enjoy it long into the winter months because this festive beer will age beautifully and is definitely not exclusive to the holidays!

Pilsner Urquel with metal lunch box

Back in stock - this we are told should be the last of them.

Pilsner Urquel...$11.99 / 4pk with Metal Tin
Limited Edition "Lunch Box"
It is called the "model of meter" among beers. All other pilsners are a better or worse attempt to copy the original - the first ever Pilsner Urquell. Its unparalleled exceptionality is guaranteed by the same recipe dating from 1842.

2016 Anchor Christmas Ale

Anchor Christmas Ale 2016...$8.99 / 6 pack
Anchor Christmas Ale 2016...$15.99 / Magnum

A deliciously smooth winter warmer with notes of seasonal spices and a malty backbone, our 2016 Christmas Ale marks the 42nd annual release of this celebrated Anchor tradition.

It is sold only from early November to mid–January. The Ale's recipe is different every year—as is the tree on the label—but the intent with which we offer it remains the same: joy and celebration of the newness of life. Since ancient times, trees have symbolized the winter solstice when the earth, with its seasons, appears born anew. With a heavily guarded, secret recipe, Christmas Ale is a highly anticipated seasonal delight, complex and full in flavor with a velvety texture and alluring, yet subtle, spiced aroma.

Our tree for 2016 is the “1,000 Mile Tree” or the lone pine found during westbound construction of the transcontinental railroad. Discovered in 1896, it was a lone pine amidst a vast and desolate landscape. The tree on this year’s label was hand-drawn by Bay Area artist James Stitt, who has been creating Anchor’s Christmas Ale labels since 1975. His charming illustration of the 1,000 Mile Tree includes a person at the top of the tree with a mug of beer, honoring an old legend that railway passengers sometimes attempted to climb

Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Jack Daniels 150th Anniversary

Jack Daniels 150th Anniversary Tennessee Whiskey...$94.99
LITER bottle
100 proof
To celebrate our 150th Anniversary, this special Jack Daniel's Tennessee Whiskey brings together the best of our distillers' and our coopers' art. All of the touches and attention to detail throughout the barreling and maturing process make for a Jack Daniel's Tennessee Whiskey worthy of a milestone celebration.
Barreled and bottled at 100 proof, the result is a delicious, complex whiskey with the rich flavor finding its way to your glass; a taste of history in the making.

Jack Daniels Master Distiller No. 4 Collector bottle

No. 4 Limited edition just arrived
Jack Daniels Master Distiller No. 4....$26.99
Master Distiller from 1964-1966: Jess Gamble edition
Jess Gamble served as our Master Distiller for just two years. But it was an important time, Jess was the first of our head distillers to come from outside Jack’s family. Even so, he made sure the whiskey was made and mellowed Mr. Jack’s way.

Ben & Jerry Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Ale

New Belgium / Ben & Jerry Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Ale...$8.49
I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream beer. This winter, dip into the fridge—not just the freezer—to find a dozen ways to sate your sweet tooth. Our newest collaboration with Ben & Jerry’s brings together two different types of pint-makers for one common goal: to fill your glass with Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Ale.

To craft this confection, we dove into our favorite chocolate chip cookie recipes for inspiration, and then whipped hefty doses of chocolate, brown sugar and vanilla into a dough-hued blonde ale base. The result is a full-bodied beer that seduces with a perfect balance of vanilla and chocolate, and finishes with just the right amount of sweetness. Put down the spoon, pick up a pint.

In celebration of this year's collaboration, New Belgium and Ben & Jerry's -- both B-Corps -- are once again joining forces with Protect Our Winters (POW) to create tangible ways to fight climate change just as they did a year ago.

[Blog: 100 Day to Change Our Ways]
Calling this campaign “100 Days to Change Our Ways," the three socially minded organizations want the new Administration to make climate change a priority during its first 100 days. To rally support, events will be held in 12 cities across the country with letter-writing stations, POW athletes speaking out about the dangers of climate change, raffles, and of course beer and ice cream.

Monday, October 31, 2016

Perennial Abraxas

BRC Release - emails SENT

Perennial Abraxas 

We got a very good allocation

This will go via BRC overall purchases with a bonus.  Top Perennial supporters will score a second bottle if they like.  
Up to 50 people could get 2 bottles and the rest will be 1 per person.