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Fremont Pride Seattle Kolsch Cans 

This kolsch tastes moderately sweet and slightly bitter with hints of lingering sweetness in a light body with gentle carbonation. A portion of the proceeds of this beer go to funding organizations supporting and fighting for the LGBTQ+ community. Here’s to Pride, here’s to you.

20 IBUs
5.5% ABV

Veltins Grevensteiner Cans 

Delicious unfiltered amber lager first brewed by the Veltins brothers in 19th century Germany. Very bready and yeasty on the nose and big bready, crackery flavors. Spicy noble hops round out the finish with a subtle fruitiness.

5.2% ABV

Little Beast Green Queen West Coast IPA Cans

This super seasonal IPA release from Little Beast is super fun! A royal combination of Cryo, Centennial, Citra, and Lemondrop hops impart bright notes of pine, grapefruit, lemon peel, and melon. Bold and graceful, the Queen has spoken.

6% ABV


La Valentina Cerasuolo d’Abruzzo Rosé

A versatile rosé that pairs well with a wide range of foods. It has a beautiful pink color and a slight smell of strawberries, cherries, pomegranate and violets. The drinkability is high with a fresh burst of flavor that will keep you coming back for more!

Railsback Freres Les Rascasses Rose 

Inspired by the Bandol rosé of Domaine Tempier of Provence. This dry and racy rosé has beautiful notes of dried herbs, raspberry, a mineral quality, and a rich, creamy finish. 50% Grenache, 25% Carignan, and 25% Cinsault, and aged five months in neutral French oak, imparting a creamy, rich quality for such a dry and light rosé!

Surely Non-Alcoholic Sparkling Rose

Unlike other non-alcoholic brands that sell grape juice in a wine bottle, Surely works with only the best Sonoma winemakers to make real rosé then remove the alcohol. The result? An excellent N.A. rose that actually tastes like it.


WildCraft Cider Works For The Love of Lilac Cans

A community Drive Cider release with lilac blossoms harvested by their community with proceeds going to School Garden Project! Lilac wine complements this dry cider for a cool and refreshing treat.

7.2% ABV

Superstition Meadery Super Station Cider Can

Cider made with cherry, ginger, and lime. It is a semi-sweet deep red cider that begins with aromas of ginger that lead into flavors of tart cherry and more ginger. Moderately sour finish.

5.5% ABV

Alaska Meadery Northern Pearl

Three hundred pounds of Black Currants from the PNW and Sangiovese grape juice from Cali were used in addition to the Wildflower and Blackberry Honey from Oregon. It was aged in French Oak barrels and stainless steel for 10 months. Black Currants from AK were then added. It drinks like a lighter version of a Spanish Rioja or Tempranillo.

12% ABV


Koch El Mezcal Tepeztate

A softer expression of the tepeztate varietal. Koch El begins with floral notes and toffee sweetness before picking up with licorice, lively pepper, smoke, and an astringent finish.

Tempus Fugit Kina L’Aero D’Or Aperitif

Hailing from the “Golden Age” of French apertif wines known as “quinquinas” or “kinas.” It has a beautiful deep golden hue with aroma of quince and fine marmalade, and a complex, mildly bitter sweet finish.

Thomas S Moore Bourbon Finished in Chardonnay Casks 

A complex Chardonnay finish, showing initial notes of brown butter and green apple, with hints of citrus and tropical fruit.


Roga Junmai Sake 

They utilize California mountain water, and California grown Yamada-Nishiki rice polished to 65% for this Junmai. Roga Junmai is light and dry with notes of melon and rice on the nose, palate is lightly fruity with light hints of ginger.

Pair with smoky Gouda, Ginger Chicken Stir-Fry, and Sweet and Spicy Noodles.

Tensei Endless Summer Honjozo

The style of sake is a Tokubetsu Honjozo using Gohyakumangoku rice milled to 60% of it’s original size.This sake is fresh, fruity, and crisp, with notes of melon, pear, anise, and a touch of minerality. Pairs this with a pear and blue cheese salad!

Lucky Cups 

We don’t like to pick favorites but this very well might be the cutest label we have in the cooler. Just because it’s a futsu-shu doesn’t mean it isn’t delicious. Fairly dry with a nice creamy quality. Did we mention how cute the label is?