Friday, November 11, 2016

Georges Dubeouf Beaujolais Nouveau Tasting

One of the few yearly wine events that people look forward to is the Beaujolais Nouveau wine release. This takes place the third Thursday of November as a way of commemorating the new vintage. This light, easy-drinking, and lively wine is everything one wants a celebratory red to be. So, to celebrate this year"s release we will be hosting a tasting and be having ourselves a good ol" time.

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Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Colonial Spirits" Hand-Picked Single Barrel Bourbon(s)

Bourbons are all the rage these days, especially Single Barrel Bourbon. These unique offerings are hyper-focused on nuances that barrels impart. Each barrel has its own unique characteristic that is conveyed in the Bourbon which is why most bottles have batch and barrel numbers printed on them. Barrels are a great tool as they can mask flaws, soften "hot" mashes, and sweeten when necessary. That is why in the right hands, Single Barrel Bourbon can be unforgettable.
We take joy and pride in picking out Single Barrel Bourbon because it gives us an opportunity to showcase our palate. Picking a single barrel allows us to develop a house style. What is our house style? Balance. Looking to strike a balance between flavor, body, and ABV all of

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Friday, November 4, 2016

Annual Grand Tasting for Oktoberfest and Pumpkin Beer

This tasting will be HUGE. Every year we gather up all the Pumpkin and Oktoberfest beers we can get our hands on and have a grand tasting showcasing the whole lot.  We are opening over 50 kinds of beer from brewers near and far.  We have many Oktoberfest beers from Germany as well as from all around the US.  We have Pumpkin porters, pumpkin ales, and pumpkin ciders that will satisfy any lover of all things pumpkin.  We will be grilling up bratwurst as well and all of this is completely FREE!  This is our biggest tasting of the year and an event that will be both informative and fun.    This will be an all-hands-on-deck tasting.  Everyone here will be helping with the tasting, so it is a nice time to come out and interact with our staff.  R

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Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Goose Island Bourbon County Vintage Tasting

With all the Goose Island fever going around here at Colonial, what better way to end it all that with our biggest tasting of them all.  On December 7th, starting at 6pm, we will be opening bottles of Bourbon County Brand Stout, Coffee, and Barleywine going back to at least 2013.  While we are keeping the line up close to the chest for a while, I will divulge that we will be opening some special bottles from previous years.  Which ones?  How old?  There is only one way of finding out.  This was a very popular event last year, so make sure to keep an eye out for that special Hop on the Bus email.  Like last year, you will have to RSVP and pay for your ticket.  Space was very limited last year with only 20 spots and it is looking like that w

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Goose Island Wild Ale #2

We did this back in October and it was a lot of fun.  So much fun that we decided to do it all over again.  December 2nd, starting at 6pm, we will be opening bottles of Sofie and Matilda from this year as well as bottles of Lolita, Juliet, Halia, Madame Rose, and Gillian all from 2015. With wild ales like these, we found that giving them a year to sit and mellow out was the right call, so we"re doing it again.  Keep an eye out for an email in which you can RSVP to.  This was a fun, relaxed tasting in which we had some fun with some very nice, rather expensive beers.  It is a great opportunity to try a $30 bottle of fruit added sour ale without paying the $30 price tag.  It does hurt that instead of one, we will be tasting five.

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Monday, October 31, 2016


For the second year in a row we will host the Goose Island Black Friday Bourbon Country release.  This was a huge success last year and we don"t see why it won"t be again.  Here is how it will work.  We will be opening our doors at 9am on Friday, November 25th.  Once the doors open, we will be funneling people into our tasting room where we will have the Barleywine, Coffee, and whatever else they bring into Massachusetts.  We will have a bottle limit on the variants due to the limited inventory that comes into the state.  It will be first come, first serve, so I would recommend getting here early.  Last year the first people showed up around 5:30am, so I would try to get here early.  We will have a limit on the Brand Stout, but if it is an

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Thursday, October 27, 2016


We"re starting the November sales a little early.  We"ll have Kona pouring Castaway IPA, Big Wave Golden Ale, Fire Rock Pale Ale, Longboard Lager, and their fresh on the market seasonal, Pipeline Porter, all pouring Friday October 28th.  12 Packs of Kona will also be $12.99 from the start of the tasting through November.

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Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Jack"s Abby Kiwi Rising Tasting

Previously in 500ml, Jack"s Abby Kiwi Rising, their double IPL with freshly harvested New Zealand hops, will be in 4 pack cans.  It"s an awesome beer, so to celebrate and spread the word, we will have them come in to taste all who pass with this fresh IPL.  Jack"s Hoponius Union is becoming a staple brand for Massachusetts and their Excess IPL, a sister to Kiwi Rising, moves off our shelves constantly.  New Zealand hops have a crisp and clean flavor, so paired with the light body of a lager, Jack"s Abby makes an easy drinking, flavorful IPL.  Come join us Saturday December 3rd, 2-4pm.

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Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Goose Island Wild Ales

Goose Island has been taking over tap lines all over the place and takes over at the end of the year with Bourbon County.  What is probably their least known, or maybe better would be least tried, line up is their collection of Belgian-inspired wild ales.  So on October 27th, we will have a tasting to spotlight these beers.  We will do ALL of the wild ales.  Considering they range from $10-$32, this tasting is a rare opportunity to taste all of these back to back.

We will be opening Sofie, Matilda, Lolita, Halia, Gillian, Juliet, and Madame Rose.

Keep an eye out for the hop on the bus with more details.

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Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Old Pultney 12yr

A deep yellow whisky with light peat, sea winded grass, honey and nuts.  It"s a great value and a fine gift.  Taste for yourself! Cheers.

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Sunday, October 9, 2016

Old Pulteny and Speyburn Single Malts

Join host Erik Greenstein for a presentation of single malt scotches from two distilleries that you may have overlooked.  The Speyburn distillery is a classic Victorian distillery producing beautiful aperitif whisky.  Perhaps simplistic, the Speyburn 10yr is simply an unusual value.  The Bradan Orach and Arranta are blended to offer more body and character.  Old Pultney is one of Scotland"s northern most distilleries and proudly displays is coastal location with a nautical theme and a distinctly salty character.

Erik will present  at 6:15pm on Wednesday, October 19th.  See you there!

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Thursday, September 29, 2016

19 Crimes Wine Tasting

In reference to all of the criminals that were shipped to Australia from mother England, 19 Crimes pays tribute to the "bold" gents that marooned on this deserted island nation. Regardless of how you may feel about these occurrences, the wine is as intriguing as the label and the stories behind the labels. For the first time in our history, we will be sampling through the 19 Crimes wine lineup which includes 19 Crimes Red Blend, 19 Crimes Cabernet Sauvignon, and the Warden Red Blend. This brand is trending so why not stop by and see why.

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Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Vermouth and Cocktails

Join us for a special presentation of vermouth and basic cocktails hosted by former bar-tender Byron Kidd.  If you"ve never tried vermouth before, think you don"t like it, or even if you are a regular Manhattan drinker you will change your mind.  Vermouth can certainly make your cocktail great and a few mixing tricks are all you need to go with it.  Byron will present starting at 6:15, with background on vermouth, cocktail making and a few tasty samples.

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Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Masciarelli Wines w/ John

How long has it been since we have been having these regularly occurring wine tastings with John? Years. John is both a Portfolio Manager and Sales Rep for Masciarelli Wine Co. so you can say he knows a thing or two about wine. But, unlike many wine experts, John doesn"t throw his knowledge around as a way of intimidating you. Instead, he consoles you and guides you through his wines in a manner that allows you to grasp and understand what tastes you are trying. We are not all cut out to be connoisseurs, but it is nice when someone like John can make tasting wine a fun and relaxing experience versus a stressful one.

If you have not yet met John or have tried his wines, this is the opportunity to do so.

Carpe Vinum

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Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Wine Tasting with Global Wines Inc

From the importer that brought you the Wicked wines, comes one of their lesser, but equally as good, brand, ERA. Stop by for a wine tasting that showcases a cooperative focused on bringing the very best wines possible, ERA. A leader in organic wines from Italy with one goal in mind, high-quality organic wines. ERA sources from all over Italy to ensure the best examples of regionally correct wines. A Primitivo from Puglia, a Pinot Grigio from Veneto, and a Sangiovese from the Marche are just a few of their wines. With a handful more wines available in MA, the best way to learn about them is by trying them out for yourself. Hope to see you there.


Check out this link to learn a bit more about the wines.

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Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Nobilo & Kim Crawford

Possibly the biggest two names to come out of New Zealand after Cloudy Bay, on the same day. This may not be a once in a lifetime opportunity, but it will be fun time nonetheless. So, if you find yourself with a few spares minutes, stop on by and enjoy some Kiwi goodness.

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Monday, August 1, 2016

Santa Maria la Palma - "Aragosta" Vermentino

This white wine, Aragosta Vermentino, made entirely from the Vermentino grape, is grown on the coast of Sardinia, by Santa Maria la Palma, where seafood is taken very seriously.

Delicately fruity, and easy to drink, it has fragrances of aromatic herbs and wonderfully refreshing acidity.

This wine pairs spectacularly with seafood, especially shellfish, but don"t let that stop you from just sipping it, or pairing it with a wide variety of salads, cheeses, or grilled chicken as well.

And it"s pretty good with Netflix too!

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Thursday, July 28, 2016

Hardwick Vineyard and Winery w/ Brian

With every state now officially producing wine, the real question becomes, how do you stand out? While some wineries stick to the tried and true, others work with what is available. Hardwick Vineyard is the latter. Hardwick is Massachusetts grown from vineyards to bottle. Producing an array of wines that take advantage of indigenous grape varietals and produce (cranberry and blueberry), Hardwick is rolling through at full charge. These wines may not be your typical Chardonnay, Cabernet, and Merlot, but when has Massachusetts ever flowed with the current. The wines may be unusual or, at the very least, different, but one thing holds true and that is they are all well made.

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2015 Cantina Santa Maria La Palma "Aragosta" Vermentino di Sardegna

We were so thrilled with the response to the Santa Maria La Palma Monica from a few months ago, that we thought we would bring another extraordinary value from the winery to your attention... 2015 Cantina Santa Maria La Palma Aragosta Vermentino di Sardegna!

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Thursday, July 14, 2016

Come Learn About & Enjoy Sidra – the Ciders of Summer!

Sidra is Spanish cider and Spanish for cider. A wild yeast fermented beverage that goes back millennia to before Roman times. Traditional Sidra is earthy, tart and sour – and unlike American cider, has no bubbles or sugar (closer to sour beer than cider in many respects). The new wave of Spanish Sidra however, marries the old with the new creating a white wine-like offerings similar to Cava, Prosecco, and Champagne, while still sporting the refreshing notes of its heritage. Made from the sourest apples on the planet, these libations defy classification and are startling in their thirst quenching elegance.

Come join Ken Zuckerman from Ciders of Spain and sample some of the summer’s best choices for entertaining - perfect accompaniments t

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Thursday, June 30, 2016

Independence Day

We would like to thank  everyone that makes what we do possible. Without your loyalty, we wouldn"t be here, and for that we are thankful.

We will be open today, but we will have abbreviated hours: 9 AM - 7 PM

Have a safe and happy 4th!

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Loire Valley Wine Weekend

Do a Google search on the Loire Valley and, regardless of the main topic, you’re likely to find that the most common term used to describe the region is “diversity.” From the river’s source in the central mountainous Massif Centrale, to its mouth at the Bay of Biscay some 620 miles to the west, the region is rich in biological, environmental, architectural, agricultural and historical abundance, making the Loire Valley one of the most popular regional tourist destinations in France.

That being the case, it should come as no surprise that, of all of the country’s viticultural regions, the Loire produces the greatest diversity of white, red and pink sparkling and still wine styles. Interestingly, the region’s winemakers, who represent th

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Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Stony Creek #1

Despite being relatively new to our shelves and to Massachusetts, Stony Creek is making an impact.  Their Cranky line up has everything you need.  Little Cranky is the session IPA, Cranky their IPA, and Big Cranky is their double IPA.  Besides these staples, they have beers for those looking for something other than hoppiness.  Recently their Dock Time won a gold medal for Amber beer and I think it is maybe the best amber we have on our shelves.  But I"ll let you all come to your own conclusions at our first Brewery of the Month tasting.  July 9th, 1-3pm.

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Down the Road

Based in Everett, these beers are getting a lot of praise around the way and it is deserved.  They have recently made the move to 16oz cans, which will be the brands direction from here on.  We"ll be having them come out to the store for a tasting July 8th, 4-6pm.

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Thursday, June 16, 2016

Peak Organic

Few brands can say that they are organic, so it is nice that this Maine Brewery is making beers that are both organic and delicious.  We"ll be having Peak Organic come out to taste everyone who cares to try their offerings on Friday, June 24th from 4-6pm.  We"ll be tasting their normal core line up, as well as their very nice Summer Session.  Come join us for a nice tasting to start your weekend off with.

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Monday, June 13, 2016

Flying Dreams

New comers to our shelves, long standing brewers in western Massachusetts, Flying Dreams is taking root in Worchester as base for operations.  Previously the brewmaster at Gardner Ale House, head brewer Dave Richardson is bringing all his experience and creativity to his own project.  Taking traditional styles, Dave does the American beer drinking proud and plays around with them to brew unique flavors and styles.  Join us to taste the line up from one of Massachusetts newest breweries.  June 17th, 4-6pm.

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Thursday, June 2, 2016

LeJay Cassis

Lejay has a rich, velvety texture with full-bodied blackcurrants and hints of cherry balanced with the right amount of dryness.  The incredible texture and immense flavor comes from careful harvesting of wild French Blackcurrants that happens only once per year.  A century old traditional process macerates the blackcurrents by varietal and decants by gravity avoiding filtration and preserving the full flavor of the fruit.  You can taste the difference.

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Brasserie Les 2 Frères

This brewery (or brasserie) from Quebec offers us some solid additions.  Quebec has a really wonderful beer culture and these guys are a fine example of that.  We"ll be tasting their two IPAs and an amber.  We had a very good response from everyone who came out to try the beers with Frank when he was in last.  So if you tried it, please swing by for a free taste again.  If not, I would recommend one of the best bang-for-buck secrets in the store.

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Berkshire Brewing Co. #1

Brewery of the Month Tasting 4-6

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Thursday, May 26, 2016

"Europe"s Hidden Gems" Wine Weekend and Tasting

This coming Saturday marks the first year anniversary of the Colonial Spirts Wine Weekend program. We started this series of sale and tasting events with the goal of providing customers the opportunity to sample from the great diversity of wines from around the world. In our tasting sessions, we have covered a number of different wine styles and grape varieties, and discussed the importance of climate, soil, and other natural conditions produce noticeably different flavor profiles of the Chardonnays, Cabernets, Pinot Noirs and other popular grape varieties from well-known Old and New World regions.

This coming weekend, we are taking a slightly different tack by featuring wines from places that many wine consumers probably know little

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Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Burnside Bourbon

Out of Portland Oregon comes another craft distillery intent on delivering excellent quality on an American classic - Bourbon.  The 4yr Bourbon is spicy and lively with lots of flavor.  The "Oregon Oaked" version is the same spirit, further aged in a heavy charred barrel made of the unique drought-resistant Oregon oak.  These are a great addition to our collection of American whiskies.

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Friday, May 20, 2016

Wine Tasting with Sue

We can never get enough of Sue, and I know this to be the case for some of our customers, so it is our pleasure to have her here sampling wines. A fixture at our Grand Tastings and other more memorable events, Sue has been a long time rep that has created a name for herself in the area. With a following of friends on FB that goes to every tasting she attends, Sue is one of the more recognizable names from our ever growing rep list. For those that haven"t met her before, this is a great opportunity to do so.

Along with enjoying Sue"s presence, you will also find yourself enjoying some of the wines she has dubbed "great summer sippers." Pouring both Rosés and Rieslings, Sue will demonstrate how great both of these styles are for enjoying

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Monday, May 9, 2016


Been a hot minute since we"ve had these scientific brewers beers pouring in our store, so we will have come out Saturday 14th, 1-3pm.  The very knowledgeable Lisa will be here pouring beer, talking about the beer and brewery, and answer any questions that you might have about what it is you are trying.  A fun, ever-experimenting brewery, you"ll find something unique at every tasting.



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Nauti Seltzer

Alcoholic seltzer is the new craze that will invade our shelves this year, and Nauti Seltzer is lining up to be the big name in the niche market.  We"ll be tasting all their flavors Friday the 13th, 4-6pm.  That means Cranberry, Lemon Lime, Raspberry, and Grapefruit will be opened and ready for you to try.  Make sure to come and see what all the fuss is about.

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Saturday, April 30, 2016

Lagunitas #1

Starting off the month with our first Brewery of the Month tasting.  Lagunitas is rapidly becoming one of the biggest brands in the country.  Don"t let that dissuade you, they are still popping out unique and high quality beers on the regular.  We"ll be showing off some of their lesser known offerings so that you can have a full understand of what their line up tastes like when looking at our shelves.  Friday, May 6th 4-6pm.

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Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Azienda Agricola Martilde - Barbera Oltrepò Pavese

Azienda Agricola Martilde Barbera Oltrepò Pavese is the perfect crowd pleasing wine that delights both newbies and connoisseurs alike. It offers full-throttle juiciness combined with a pleasing acidity that helps along so many different types of food.

It comes from Oltrepò Pavese in northwest Italy, the true home of Barbera. The vineyards are south of Piedmont in Lombardy, affording the grapes a little more sunshine and warmth. So what you get in your glass is a little richer and more unctuous.

The rigorous organic farming at Azienda Agricola Martilde ensures that you get a true expression of Barbera with Barbera Oltrepò Pavese, unclouded by pesticides and additives.

Pure enjoyment!

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Monday, April 11, 2016

Smuttynose #2

For the second of the Brewery of the Month tastings, we"ll have Smuttynose back in to pour even more beer.  We"ll have the 12 packs $12.99 as well, so there is no reason not to come down.  Always a good time, it"ll be Friday 22nd, 4-6 pm.

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603 Brewing

Not often do we get New Hampshire breweries in, but this month is an exception.  We"ll have the canned 603 Brewing in store tasting their line up.  A great chance to try everything from a brewery you might not have had the chance to try yet.  Saturday 16th, 1-3 pm.

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Jack"s Abby

We try to spread it out, but sometimes you just got to bring you some favorites.  We"ll be having Jack"s Abby come in for tasting to showcase their new logos and cans.  For an added bonus, I"ll be putting the 12 packs on sale for the tasting.  $14.99/12 pack, Friday 15th 4-6pm.

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Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Conundrum Wine Tasting

What can I say about Conundrum that hasn"t already been said? From its earliest introduction into the market to its current presence, Conundrum has become a staple in our store along with many dinner tables. And after 25 years of wine greatness Conundrum has become as synonymous with quality as Caymus. For those that have yet to try Conundrum white or red here is your opportunity. This is an opportunity to see what the buzz is about if you haven"t already.

To learn more about Conundrum Click Here

Carpe Vinum!

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Monday, April 4, 2016

Special Seasonal Event: 7th Annual Spring Grand Wine Tasting

ATTENTION WINE LOVERS! Mark your calendar (paper or electronic), hire a babysitter (or just bring the kids along), spit out your gum and throw away your mints, and join us for an event that is not to be missed… OUR 7TH ANNUAL SPRING GRAND WINE TASTING, APRIL 9TH & 16TH, 2PM-5PM!

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Saturday, April 2, 2016


West Coast has some great breweries, and Lagunitas is becoming a powerhouse in the market.  Having just released a new sour, Aunt Sally, what better way to explore their collection than coming in for a tasting.  Friday April 8th from 4-6.

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Friday, March 25, 2016

2014 Tire Bouchon by Domaine D"Ouréa Vin de France

2014 Tire Bouchon by Domaine D"Ouréa Vin de France

We always harp on about buying the most affordable wines from the best producers. It makes a lot of sense. The grapes often come from the exact same vineyards as the top cuvées, and are farmed, harvested, and vinified using the same methods. Usually, the only differences are in the ages of the vines, the yields, and the aging regime. Granted, these are important contrasts, but there is no question you can get the gist of an estate’s style from the entry level.

This time, we have a bonus. Not only do we have the entry level from a top grower, but we think we are far enough out in front of this one that a year or two from now, this wine will seem like an absolute steal.

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Thursday, March 10, 2016


In honor of St. Patrick"s Day, we"ll have a representative from Guinness is coming to try out a few different brews from them.  Beer swag will be had, beers shall be drunk, and 18 packs of Draught Cans are on sale for $21.99.  5-7 Wednesday March 16th.

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People"s Pint

A great, small Greensfield brewery, The People"s Pint craft fine ales on a regular basis.  It is a pleasure to have the owner of such an establishment coming in to do the tasting himself.  A great chance for all your People"s Pint and general beer questions to be answered.

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Friday, March 4, 2016

TOMORROW: Weller 107 Single Barrel Bourbon and Journeyman 120 Single Barrel Bourbon Selection Tasting!

The first exclusive Colonial Spirits single barrel bourbon barrels of the year are queued up and ready for tasting, and we’re excited to soon be selecting from a set of barrels of Weller 107 Single Barrel Bourbon and Journeyman 120 Single Barrel Bourbon!

This weekend, we’d like to invite you to help us make the selection! So come on down to the store… SATURDAY, MARCH 5TH @ 2PM - WELLER 107 & JOURNEYMAN 120 SINGLE BARREL BOURBON SELECTION TASTING!
Single Barrel Bourbon
Single barrel bourbon is different from most bourbon, which is created by mixing multiple barrels in order to maximize consistency across the product line.

As a unique expression developed from the isolated environment of a single barrel, each barrel of single bar

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Tuesday, February 23, 2016

TOMORROW: Scotch Tasting & Seminar with Scotch Master Peter Karras

Aberlour 18 Year Old, Glenlivet 18 Year Old & Glenlivet’s Nàdurra Oloroso Sherry Cask Whisky…


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Monday, February 22, 2016

Copos Nature by Cellers Unio: An Organic Red that Puts Shame to Many

Copos Nature by Cellers Unio: An Organic Red that Puts Shame to Many

It’s no secret that Catalonia has got it going on. A roughly triangular region in Spain"s far north-east corner, Catalonia is separated by the Pyrenean Mountains from southern France, with which it has close historical ties. With a distinct history stretching back to the 11th century, many Catalans think of themselves as a separate nation from the rest of Spain. In fact, the Catalonian language is entrenched in the laws enacted by the local Parliament.

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Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Yuengling Lager 24 Pack Bottles

“An iconic American Lager, famous for its rich amber color and medium-bodied flavor. With roasted caramel malt for a subtle sweetness and a combination of cluster and cascade hops, this true original delivers a well-balanced taste with very distinct character.”

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Guinness Stout 16oz 18 Pack Cans

Swirling clouds tumble as the storm begins to calm, settle, breathe in the moment, then break through the smooth, light head to the bittersweet reward. Unmistakably GUINNESS beer, stout, or draught , from the first velvet sip to the last, lingering drop. And every deep-dark satisfying mouthful in between.

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St. Patty"s Day with Privateer Rum and Jay Needleman

A new twist on St. Patrick"s Day is brought to you by Privateer Rum... Locally made in Ipwich, MA Privateer offers exceptional quality and a fine option to celebrate with.  If it"s cocktails you are after then the smooth and mixable sliver rum is sure to impress.  The silver rum bears no resemblance to the harsh, phenol flavor of many others, rather is lightly floral with notes of sweet basil, anise, cotton candy, and a hint of butterscotch culminating in a silky finish.

If whiskey is on your mind, the amber rum is a must try.  This rum is exceptionally smooth and round with waves of orange citrus, sandalwood, leather, cinnamon and spice, and a lingering and silky finish.
Their Amber rum bucks the trend of over-sweet, spiciness sh

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Monday, February 15, 2016

Premium European Wines Wine Tasting

This is as fresh as they come - for distributors, I mean. Premium European Wines is a small operation based out of our hometown, Acton, MA. Paul and Oxana are the husband and wife team that founded the business, represent the wines, deliver and promote the wines. When it comes to boutique, family oriented, environmentally conscious wineries look no further. With only a handful of brands in their portfolio, you can say that they are starting small. Regardless of their size, these wines are just as serious, if not more than the rest. With fewer hands to feed - Prem Euro Wines is the importer and distributor - and no marketing to pay for, these wines offer up an exceptional value but are still well-made. We will be stocking these wines for

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Sunday, February 14, 2016

Cellers Unio Copos Nature

From one of Spain"s greatest co-ops, Cellers Unio, comes Copos Nature, a 100% organic blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Tempranillo, and Mazuela (Carignan).

Since 1942, the Cellers Unio have continued a 200 year old winemaking tradition in Catalonia, the region surrounding Barcelona - the city of Gaudi, Adria, Messi, Dali, and Miro. The cuisine of the region demands a versatile red.

The Cabernet brings the body, the Tempranillo the silk, and the Carignan the spice. It is make entirely in stainless steel tanks for freshness, and the alcohol is kept low for those evenings that turn into nights.

This is an authentic, sustainable slice of Catalonian life that"s not to be missed!


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