1. Old Crow Reserve. You've got to respect the humility of a brand whose deluxe version costs $14 a bottle. OC Reserve is aged for four years to the stock model's three, and it's bottled at 86 proof rather than 80, but these fancifications don't hide the quick and sweet caramel character of the original. The Reserve is set apart by a light dose of cinnamon and a dark fruit edge that make it ideal for breakfast, dessert, and all meals in between.
Old Crow Reserve Bourbon Whiskey...$11.99 / 750ml The regular Old Crow is a 3 year old and this one is a 4 Year old and a little higher proof.
Old Crow Bourbon is named for the inventor of the sour mash process, Dr. James C. Crow. In fact, in 1835 Old Crow bourbon was the first bourbon to begin using this process that today, has become a standard in the bourbon industry. Old Crow is the original sour mash bourbon.
Old Crow is one of the most historic bourbons. It was served in the presidential homes of Andrew Jackson, William Henry Harrison, and Ulysses S. Grant. Old Crow was enjoyed and praised by the likes of Walt Whitman, Daniel Webster, Henry Clay, Jack London and Mark Twain.
During the Civil War, regiments from both the North and the South frequently received rations of bourbon. Some historians like to argue that General U.S. Grant received more than his fair share, although his drinking has always been exaggerated. Legend has it that after the battle of Shiloh, in which the Union suffered staggering losses, Grant’s critics came out in legion and went to President Lincoln and demanded Grant’s head, charging that he lacked leadership and drank too much. Lincoln, always a Grant supporter, was reported to have said, “Find out what kind of whiskey he drinks, and send a barrel to my other generals.” Grant, of course, drank Old Crow.
Darkness has eclipsed the Woodcut Series for the 7th offering, a Russian Imperial Stout. The thick and hearty brew boasts a rich chocolate malt flavor with a touch of roasted coffee character. The bold base is enhanced by hints of vanilla, toasted hazelnut and oak from the new barrels. Each Woodcut offering is a truly limited edition beer with a unique flavor that comes from select hops, fine malted barley, and our brewers’ careful aging process. Enjoy! 12.5% ABV Alc. by Vol.
Top 50 Spirits in the World according to The Wine Enthusiast The #1 Bourbon for 2013 is.... Evan Williams Single Barrel Vintage 2002 "Extremely flavored and rich with a lush caramel scent and notes of butterscotch, hazelnut, toffee and fig. Savor with an ice cube or two. The 2002 edition represents the 17th year of production for this bottling. Rated 97/100 The Wine Enthusiast Vintage 2002 is sold out.... But, we just received our next barrel.... We chose our own single barrel of Evan Williams - this is our 3rd single barrel from them
2003 Evan Williams / TWCP Single Barrel Vintage Bourbon Volume III...$24.99 Barrelled on 04.04.03 Bottled on 10.30.13 Barrel #1042 In stock and online
The ones in red are still in stock at The Wine and Cheese Place
The ones in blue, we had but are currently sold out.
The rest are not available in Missouri.
#1 New Glarus Wild sour Ale #2 Rochefort 10 #3 Deschutes Hop Henge IPA #4 Smuttynose Big Beer Series Baltic Porter #5 The Bruery Oude Tart #6 Anchor Porter #7 Ayinger Brau Weisse Hefe Weizen #8 Aleman Stone Two Brothers DayMan Coffee IPA #9 Alaskan Brewing Smoked Porter #10 Allagash FV13 #11 Sam Adams Double Agent IPL #12 Dogfish Head Sixty One #13 21st Amendment Hop Crisis #14 Bocq Blanche de Namur #15 Karl Strauss Blackball #16 Samuel Smith's Nut Brown Ale #17 Harpoon Leviathan IPA #18 Odell Amuste #19 Elysian Night Owl Pumpkin #20 Unit Crooked Line Detour #21 Founders Dry Hopped Pale Ale #22 Hangar 24 Double IPA #23 Hermannsdorfer Schweinsbrau Weisse #24 Green Flash Green Bullet Triple IPA #25 Full Sail LTD Recipe No. 05
Marc - says he already has way too many emails -- BCS and variants sold out Marc at our New Ballas location has heard that a bunch of people are planning on camping out for the BCS on Friday so he has called an audible. With us getting so little, he wants to avoid wasting people's time and is going to take first come first served reservations via Email. That way you will have a chance of hitting other places Friday morning. email email@example.com and he will do first come first served. He will go down the list and send email responses back to confirm.
Free State Cloud Hopper Imperial IPA...$9.99 / 4pk Take your love of hops to new heights. A hop aficionado’s dream, this robust beer boldly combines three highly potent American hop varieties: Columbus, Chinook and Cascade. With its complex flavors and intense hop character, it delivers an experience that’s not for the faint of heart.
MALT VARIETIES Maris Otter Pale Malt Munich Malt Melanoidin Malt
"Artisan Ale aged in oak barrels. Vieille meaning "Old" is an artisan barrel-aged Saison, lightly dry hopped" -- label
Rated 99/100 RateBeer
Crooked Stave HopSavant ...$8.99 / 375ml "100% Brettanomyces Pale Ale. Dry Hopped Artisian Ale Fermented in Oak Foeders. 36% Citra, 36% Mosaic, 28% Simcoe. All versions of Hop Savant fall under this listing. Small hop changes in the boil are considered a tweak and any further dry hopping differences don’t constitute a new listing. This is confirmed via the brewer." -- Rated 99/100 RateBeer
Dark, smooth, delicious. Aromas of worn leather and cool autumn nights. Notes of sweet plum and toasted raisin, hints of coffee and cacao. Lingering tart and refreshing finish. Only available for a few short months. Not to be missed.
Jolly Pumpkin Oro de Calabaza....$9.99
Oro de Calabaza - Brewed in the Franco-Belgian tradition of strong golden ales. Spicy and peppery with a gentle hop bouquet and the beguiling influence of wild yeast.
#1 Rated Belgian Golden in the World, New York Times
Jolly Pumpkin Bam Biere....$8.99 / 750ml
Bam Bière - An artisan farmhouse ale that is golden, naturally cloudy, bottle conditioned and dry hopped for a perfectly refreshing balance of spicy malts, hops and yeast.
Men's Journal- Top 25 Beers in America
Jolly Pumpkin Calabaza Blanca...$8.99 / 750ml
Calabaza Blanca- Aged in large oak casks and refermented in the bottle, Calabaza Blanca is a Belgian Biere Blanche. Spiced with orange peel and corriander, you'll find it refreshingly tart, with a wonderfully dry finish.
Jolly Pumpkin Noel de Calabaza.....$11.99 / 750ml
Ale aged in oak barrels
Rated 98/100 RateBeerNoel de Calabaza - Deep mahogany and malty, layered hops, figs, raisins, sugar plums, cashews betwixt rum laden truffles.
Jolly Pumpkin Fuego del Otono Autumn Fire...$11.99
"Fuego del Otono - To catch a bit of soft radiance in each bottle, we wait for fall colors to begin their bright and fleeting glow before brewing this wonderful ale under their autumn fire. Gentle amber malt blend smooth caramel notes, gently lapping against a shore of distant forgotten spice. A beer to sip, contemplate and enjoy."
Jolly Pumpkin La Roja....$10.99 / 750ml
Bottled 10/21/2013 Blend 32
"La Roja – An artisan amber ale brewed in the Flanders tradition. Deep amber with earthy caramel, spice, and sour fruit notes developed through natural barrel aging. Unfiltered, unpasteurized and blended from barrels ranging in age from two to ten months." -- brewery
In stock now. Some of these are very, very, very limited - With the crazy business today and tomorrow, not doing online reservations. First come first served at Forsyth right now. Will try to get some online later if there is some left.
Jolly Pumpkin La Roja
Jolly Pumpkin Ora de Calabaza
Jolly Pumpkin Calabaza Blanca
Jolly Pumpkin Bam Biere
Jolly Pumpkin Fuego del Otono
Jolly Pumpkin Bam Noire
Jolly Pumpkin Noel de Calabaza
Crooked Stave Hop Savant - back in stock
Prairie Artisan Ales Eli5abeth - back in stock
Evil Twin Justin Blaeber
Hermitage Ryetopia Aged in Bourbon Barrels (very limited)
"Beer of spontaneous fermentation, the Old Gueuze Tilquin is made from the blending of 1, 2, and 3 year old lambics. Unfiltered and unpasteurized, this beer is refermented in the bottle. Ingredients: water, malt, yeast, hops." -- back label
Tilquin is the first new Belgian Lambic producer in to open in over 15 years.
I hear that it is a blend of straight Lambics from Cantillon, Boon, and Lindemans.
Prairie Artisans Ales Standard....$2.99 / 12oz Rated 98/100 RateBeer
Prairie Standard is our everyday beer. Its a light, crisp saison with a hoppy finish. This beer is dry hopped 1lb per bbl with Motueka hops. A lovely New Zealand hop with a spicy lime like flavor and aroma.
Prairie Artisan Ale Prairie Ale..$8.99 / pint Rated 98/100 RateBeer Prairie Ale is our classic saison. We brew this beer with pilsner malt, wheat malt, flaked wheat, and cane sugar. A healthy dose of saaz hops are used to add a spicy element to the beer. Prairie Ale is fermented with a mix of ale yeast, wine yeast, and brettanomyces. Notes of black pepper and pineapple can be found in this beer.ABV8.2%
These are just released and only have 1 and 4 reviews on RateBeer....
Prairie Artisan Ales The Beer that Saved Christmas...$11.99 / pint
Old Ale Aged in Oak Barrels "The Beer that Saved Christmas is an old ale aged in oak barrels with a mixture of wild bacteria and notes of chocolate, cherry, vanilla and caramel." - Prairie Artisan Ales
Prairie Artisan Ales Eliza5beth...$8.99 / pint "Eliza5beth is a golden farmhouse ale that is aged on a small amount of apricots with brett cultures." - Prairie Artisan Ales Shelton Brothers
Back in stock Another 5 cases just showed up? No limit
Founders Harvest Ale...$9.39 / 4pk
This liquid dream pours a hazy golden orange straw color with a white, two-finger head. Your first sip of this beer rewards you with a super juicy hop presence bursting with citrus, then finishes to introduce toasted malt undertones.
We are very excited about these Sparkling wines for the holidays...
Jean Louis Denois makes his amazing sparkling in Limoux, which is best known for its Blanquette de Limoux, made from Mauzac grape. Jean Louis felt that the Mauzac grape was inferior and ripped all of his out to plant traditional Champagne grapes Chardonnay and Pinot Noir to make a better sparking wine!
Jean Louis Denois Brut Chardonnay....$19.99
"Denois’s non-vintage Chardonnay Brut Blanc de Blancs. Legally, this “traditional method” wine is merely a vin mousseux, yet it is in fact a tribute to the terroir of Limoux (whose sparkling wine appellation must be based on the local Blanquette de Limoux a.k.a. Mauzac grape, for which Denois evidently has little respect). It will be hard to find a more delicious and interesting sparkling wine for the price. Ripe apricot, grapefruit, blueberries, and lily in the nose lead to an intensely pit-fruited palate that – despite a mere five grams of residual sugar – suggests a hint of sweetness on account of its sheer ripeness. Yet, there are suggestions of saline, chalky minerality here as well, a fine mousse, and a refined finish. This will be easy to guzzle but not to forget. Bravo Denois!" -- The Wine Advocate
Jean-Louis Denois is a troublemaker – for example, he battled the French authorities for the right to plant Riesling in the Languedoc – and we all know that a lot of good (though in his case no right to Riesling) can come from troublemakers.
Jean Louis Denois Rose Sparkling...$21.99
This wine is a rosé de presse, where the red grapes are pressed just until the right amount of color is extracted. This technique lends itself to producing serious, structured sparkling rosés.
This is a very sophisticated, structured, and complex sparkling rosé. The quality of this wine greatly exceeds what many people would expect from this region, which is better known for its large volumes of bulk sparkling wine. Denois’ Pinot Noir Brut Rosé is pale pink in color, with very fine bubbles. This wine is densely packed with strawberry and cherry fruit flavors, with hints of almond and marzipan. The finish is bright
and crisp. Ideal as an aperitif, this wine is also well suited to foods like tuna, salmon, and roast pork loin.
Jean Louis Denois Brut Classique....$19.99
This is an unusual blend of 30% Chardonnay, 30% Carignan, 20% Syrah, 20% Macabeu, combines the complexity and richenss of red grapes with the elegance of the white grapes. The second fermentation takes place in the bottle and the wine spends a minimum of 12 months on the lees before disgorgement.