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BEER


Young Master Neon City Pale Ale Cans

A versatile pale ale suitable for all day and all season drinking. Accents of Mandarin Peel and Bergamot reflects Hong Kong’s dual Chinese and English heritage. These bright citrusy notes layered on an elegantly balanced pale ale pairs perfectly with a wide range of Asian flavors.

5.2%ABV


Denali Bridges Imperial Nitro Stout 

Bridges is a with the Pump House Brewery of Bangalore, India. They brought native Tamarind and  Jaggery, which is a dark, unrefined sugar made from palm trees. The fruity tartness of the tamarind pairs with the molasses sweetness of the Jaggery.

10.2% ABV
40 IBUs


Fremont Head Full of Dynamite Hazy IPA Cans 

Head Full of Dynomite is an ongoing series of hazy IPAs, each one different from the one before. This is version 25 and is brewed with Citra, El Dorado, and Nelson Sauvin hops. Those bring aromatic notes of mango, guava, pineapple, orange, pine, and melon. It’s mildly sweet and slightly bitter.

6.8% ABV


WINE


Bondar Lito Garnacha/Carinyena 

This blend typical to Spain of Garnacha and Cariñena has aromas of raspberry, licorice, cherry, and earth on the nose. The palate is medium-bodied and fresh, with notes of raspberry, cedar, and cinnamon. Try this red with some barbecue ribs or spicy Chinese takeout. Serve this at a light chill!


Biokult Naken Orange Wine

Biokult Naken is a pink-orange hued wine made from Pinot Gris and a smidge of Muskateller. Expect a wine with notes of grapefruit, blood orange, and honeysuckle. There is even a gentle tannic quality to the wine (coming from the skin contact) that is balanced with creaminess and a light effervescence.


Johan Vineyards ‘Maceration’ Skin-Contact Orange Wine

This is a skin-contact white wine, also known as an “orange wine,” made from the rarer varietals Gruner Veltliner, Ribolla Gialla, Kerner, and St. Laurent. It is a lighter wine that is bright on the palate. Apricot in color and herbaceous on the nose and palate, this is a refreshing and intriguing white blend!


CIDER & MEAD


Gurutzeta Basque Cider 750ml

This Basque cider house opened in the late 19th century making the traditional Sagardotegi style, dry and funkier as it warms. The new vintage is released during the Txotx season (pronounced ‘coach’) from late January through early May, when people come from all over to drink fresh ciders ‘served’ via a small hole in the barrel face, which sends out a long thin stream of cider.

6% ABV


Alaska Ciderworks Pink Petal Perry Cans

From our friends at Alaska Ciderworks in Talkeetna, this Perry cider pours a beautiful light pink. A sweet, easy drinking cider sure to please perry and cider drinkers alike.

ABV: 5.3%


2 Towns Ciderhouse Cosmic Crisp Cans

Made with a resplendent blend of fresh-pressed Cosmic Crisp and Northwest apples, this cider shines like starlight while bright, fruit-forward aromatics collide with a high-acid profile for a truly heavenly experience.

8% ABV

LIQUOR/SPIRITS


The Milk and Honey Elements Peated Israeli Single Malt Whisky

This lightly peated whisky is a blend of ex-Islay cask whisky and ex-bourbon barrel-aged single malt. Aromas of lemon, vanilla, oak, and smoke fill the nose. On the palate there are notes of lemon, vanilla, ginger with a savory peatyness that lingers on the finish.


Hendricks Lunar Gin

A warming, spicy expression well suited to sipping in the evening. Subtle peppery sparks, fragrant citrus oils and floral wafts abound, with spicy but mellow juniper, lemongrass and rosewater cover the palate and finish with cardamom, vanilla, orange once again, lemongrass.


Lazzaroni Limoncello

A century old recipe of the classic Mediterranean liqueur. Zesty, refreshingly tart lemon, meets just the right amount of sweetness for a long finish derived from lemons and beet sugar. Serve chilled.


SAKÉ


Kigen One Cup

Take it to “go”!

Did you know that in Japan that they call 180ml of saké a “one go.” An adorable and great name for the original canned to-go libation. The one cup was popularized in Japan in 1964. One-cups were launched at the Tokyo Olympics by Ozeki and have stuck around since!

This saké has aromas of Asian pear, red apple, pineapple, cracked peppercorn, and ginger. The body is light, supple, and bright, with a tingling, brisk banana chips and pastry finish. I would pair this with your favorite Pizza, and a Cheese Plate!


Brooklyn Kura Blue Door Junmai Namazake

Namazake’s are unpasteurized, so they should be enjoyed fresh, and stored chilled. They made this bad boy with Calrose rice milled to 50% – 70% and the highly coveted Yamada Nishiki rice that they milled to 70%. The result is a saké that is full bodied, earthy, dry, umami-laden with subtle notes of banana and ripe melon. Tastes like American Dreams if you ask me.


Seikyo Omachi Junmai Ginjo

Made with Omachi rice from the Hiroshima and Chugoku rice areas, known for it’s high quality due to the cold spring water from the mountains and the cool climate at night. This Junmai Ginjo is herbal and bright on the nose with fresh lime on the palate and a crisp, clean finish.