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- SATURDAY TASTING 1st JUNE 🍷1.30pm - 3pm 🍷
Francisco Scala from Calabria will be pouring his exceptional wines in-store next Saturday at M+Q. At the “toe" of Italy’s peninsula lies the mountainous Calabria region. The best known of Calabria’s DOC wines is Cirò grown on the foothills of the Ionian coast. On offer will be Cirò Bianco, Rosato, and Rosso wines. One not to be missed and it’s free! 🍷 #queensofthewine #italianwine #wineoclock #calabria #winetasting
- This seems like a good time to flex some #properglassware with @resolutebrewingco ‘s new ‘Tangential’ Mimosa-Inspired Brut Ale with Sauvignon Blanc Grapes and Tangerines. Does this sound good? I hope so, because it’s goddamn delicious. The tangerine is very forward, allowing this to drink a lot like a silky-smooth citrus/slightly grapey ale that just happens to be 10.2% ABV. This is the proper way to do a fruited beer 💯
- Sunday Sippin’ 🍹 .
Keeping it tropical 🌴🍍
- When it dumps rain on a holiday weekend you find a covered porch swing to drink beer on. Cheers!
- Black Smith, a 6.8% ABV Black IPA from Akasha Brewing Company of Five Dock, NSW, Australia🍺🍺🍺
A dark black hop forward west coast style IPA. An all-American hop profile of Citra and Amarillo gives big aromas of tropical fruit, citrus and pine. It's a good transition into Winter🍺🍺🍺
- "Animal Balloon"🎈 from @hudsonvalleybrewery | 7% Sour IPA with raw wheat, malted oat, milk sugar, passionfruit, lemon balm, and vanilla beans. Hopped with Simcoe
Sweet, tangy and smooth sour IPA. Great passionfruit and lemon flavours with a smooth lactose body 🍋🍹🍦Vanilla icecream on the finish 💥💥💥
- Another brew day done and dusted...expect the clean up, of course : (
Pale Ale with citra and motueka. Happy with the plate chiller getting me to pitching temp after battling with a homemade immersion chiller. No blockages as yet
- Have you tried the #dragonfruit #ipa? It’s pretty tasty. Not a super bitter ipa, not sweet either. Honestly I’ve never had dragon fruit and don’t know what I’m supposed to taste. Either way, the fruit is subtle. 6.8%. Good stuff. My Honey likes it as well. #cheers #prost #saude #bottomsup
- Buck and doe ready!
Cheers to Sam and Tyler!
So much for straightening my hair!
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- Happy National Wine Day! Here’s a steal from our Rare & Vintage Board: the 2003 Quixote Panza Petite Sirah from the Stags Leap District of Napa Valley. Quixote Winery was started in 1996 by Carl Doumani, the founder of Stags’ Leap Winery (not to be confused with Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars). Doumani wanted to create an organic, sustainable winery that showcased his favorite varietal, Petite Sirah. And so Quixote Winery was born. For being a 15/16 year old wine this baby still has an incredible amount of dense, ripe juicy black fruits, with notes of baking spices, cacao, and coffee. For $15 a glass, this is an absolute must try!