Healthy Spirits: New and Featured Products


The Class of ’88 Series celebrates the 25thAnniversaries of Deschutes, North Coastand Rogue while simultaneously paying homage to influential beer writer and historian Fred Eckhardt. Each brewery produced their own version of a barley wine based on Eckhardt’s description in his classic book The Essentials of Beer Style.
Deschutes Class of ’88 is floral and fruity, with a sturdy, warming malt backbone and clean bitterness. Estery fruit flavors reminiscent of a Belgian strong golden ale. $9.99/22oz
North Coast Class of ’88 is bracingly dry, with citrusy hop bitterness and a restrained cereal grain sweetness. $13.99/25oz
 2. Fuller’s Bengal Lancer India Pale Ale-Bready English malt and grassy, earthy Goldings hops. What more could you ask for? A classic English IPA. $4.99/16oz
3. 101 North Heroine India Pale Ale-The first bottled release from Sonoma’s newest employee owned and operated microbrewery! Resinous piny hop bitterness and toasted malts. $7.99/22oz
4. Boulevard Coffee Ale-Neighbors for nearly twenty years, Boulevard Brewing Company and The Roasterie share a passion for making extraordinary beverages. In Coffee Ale, our two celebrated brewing traditions come together in a long-awaited collaboration. Ethiopian Sidamo from Africa’s Great Rift Valley has been carefully blended with rye, oats, and malted barley, and spiced with Perle and Styrian Golding hops. The delightfully fragrant beer presents a glowing, tawny-amber hue. The clean, crisp acidity of the air-roasted coffee mingles with malt on the palate, lingering faintly in a subtly sweet finish. $10.99/25oz
5. Clown Shoes Blaecorn Unidragon Imperial Stout- Deep, rich notes of bittersweet chocolate and molasses meld seamlessly with flavors of dark fruit and vanilla. Rich, dense and decadent.$12.99/22oz
6. Alvinne Cuvee De Mortagne– This complex Belgian dark strong ale was aged for six months in used Pomerol wine barrels. Sweet, fruity and complex, with notes of red wine and raisins. $14.99/16oz


Eight years ago Mikkel Borg Bjergso was a math teacher in Copenhagen, experimenting with home brewing in his spare time. Today he is behind one of the largest and most successful gypsy breweries in the world. Mikkeller creates dozens of new beers each year, constantly pushing the boundaries of style and expectation. Mikkeller will be opening their first American beer bar in San Francisco later this year. In celebration of all things Mikkeller, we are offering 10% off all Mikkeller beers for the month of May when you come in and say COPENHAGEN. That’s the code word for the discount, so don’t forget it!
The Deal: 10% off all Mikkeller beers for the month of May.
Code Word: Copenhagen
Expires: 05/31/13


Dave Hauslein
Beer Manager