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Monthly Archives: July 2011
On Friday July 1st 2011 a wine dinner was held by Applejack Wine & Spirits in conjunction with Robert Mondavi Winery; the event was held at the beautiful and newly renovated Rolling Hills Country Club and consisted of a five … Continue readingShare on Facebook
Firestone Walker Brewing for the first time is now readily available in Colorado. Several of the beers including Double Barrel Ale, Union Jack, Double Jack, Solace and Parabola hit shelves first thing this week. Champion Mid-Size Brewery at the 2010 … Continue readingShare on Facebook
First produced in 1999 Hendrick’s Gin is the product of a proud Scottish distilling tradition dating back to 1886 when William Grant and his nine children built their first distillery. Hendrick’s is actually two different spirits distilled in two different … Continue readingShare on Facebook
Beer has been around for a long time. The story of its history and the science of its creation are as fascinating as they are complicated and learning more about it can be a compelling, and sometimes romantic adventure. There … Continue readingShare on Facebook
Today’s offering is from Uinta Brewing Company out of Utah. This 17th anniversary expression is a perfectly balanced barley wine, decently hopped with a solid malt backbone. While certain barley wine ales can be over the top hop or malt, … Continue readingShare on Facebook
Applejack and Breckenridge Brewery are offering you a chance to win a Summer Prize Pack including an Ogio Duffle Bag, 2 pint glasses, 2 cases of the beer of your choice and a $50 gift card to any Breckenridge Pub. … Continue readingShare on Facebook
So we are all well aware of Irish Cream liqueurs made traditionally with cream and Irish whisky, but there is a whole world of cream liqueurs outside the realm of Irish spirits. This week I decided to experiment with one … Continue readingShare on Facebook