Tasting Schedule for 3/18 & 3/19!

Here is our Tasting Schedule for Saturday, 3/18 and Sunday, 3/19. (we don’t have any tastings scheduled for St. Patrick’s Day. Sorry. We figured everyone would spent after a full day of corned beef and Guinness.) But we have plenty of Irish Whiskey and Beer for any St. Patrick’s parties.


Todd w/ Trademark Wine selection 1-4 p.m.

Lukas Wine Team selection 1-4 p.m.

Crown Valley Wine & Spirits selection 1-4 p.m.


Smirnoff Moscow Mule cocktail 1-3 p.m.


SUNDAY 3/19.

-Come meet and taste with Moris Farms proprietor Giulio Parentini from 2-4 p.m. These are some awesome Tuscan wines that you don’t want to miss.


NOW IN STOCK- Elijah Craig Small Batch Single Barrel


Stop by any time this week and ask Shelby or Mike for a taste!

Click here to purchase online


Elijah Craig Small Batch is the signature Bourbon bearing the name of Rev. Elijah Craig, a Bourbon pioneer who is credited as the first distiller to age his whiskey in charred oak barrels. Long before the term Small Batch even existed, our Master Distillers were hand-selecting just the right number of barrels to make Elijah Craig. This expertise and attention to detail give Elijah Craig Small Batch the right balance of rich flavor and full body for a warm spice and subtle smoke flavor.

Proof: 94 Proof
Age: 8-12 Years Old


Help us pick out our new Woodford Reserve Single Barrel this Saturday from 1-4pm


Here is your opportunity to taste and help us select our newest single barrel bourbon! Stop by the bar anytime between 1-4pm on Saturday, March 18 (while supplies last, there is not much to go around) and taste 3 different Woodford barrel samples. This is absolutely free to try, no purchase necessary.

Boulevard Show Me Sour and Ginger Lemon Radler

Boulevard Ginger Lemon Radler is now back in stock!

Boulevard Show Me Sour is a brand new release! Here’s what Boulevard has to say about it…

Originally brewed as a collaboration between Boulevard’s Brewmaster Steven Pauwels and Side Project Brewing owner/ brewer Cory King, Show Me Sour was inspired by their mutual admiration for low ABV, Belgian table beers. A touch of acidity, some dehusked black malts for a rich, dark color, plus a short time in whiskey barrels before being blended back with fresh beer, make for a unique and inviting beer that’s our play on a whiskey sour.