Exclusive E-Deals Valid 1/5/16-1/18/16

$5 OFF Bud 20-Packs, $6 OFF New Amsterdam Gin 1.75L, $2.50 OFF River North White 4-Packs, $4 OFF Oyster Bay Sauvignon Blanc, Blowout A by Acacia Chardonnay, $8 OFF Dynamite Cabernet, $8 OFF Chalone Monterey Pinot Noir!

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New Amsterdam Gin 1.75L – Reg. $27.95, YOUR PRICE $21.95

From New Amsterdam:

“New Amsterdam Gin is crafted in a refined style with subtle citrus flavors and a long, silky finish. Our unique recipe blends botanicals with citrus elements and a light touch of juniper to create an unparalleled, smooth taste. A taste so smooth you can drink it straight.”

Ingredients in this Bottle

  • JUNIPER is the base ingredient that exists in all gins. It is also the ingredient that gives Gin its name.
  • CITRUS PEELS are added to infuse the spirit with rich sweet citrus flavors.

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River North WHITE ONLY Four Packs- Reg. 10.11, YOUR PRICE 7.81!

From the River North Brewery site:
“This crisp Belgian-style wit has a subtle spicy, citrus aroma and a delicate, dry finish. Sessionable and refreshing, this represents the evolution of the traditional Belgian-style wheat beer.”
Pour – light straw-colored in appearance with a ghosty white half inch of foam on top. Very clean pour with great carbonation.
Aroma – plenty of coriander and yeasty spiciness coming from my glass. There are some slight hints of citrus and ground white pepper. A very aromatic brew that smells spot on for the style.
Taste – one sip and the palate is inundated with the familiar spices that come together so nicely in this particular style of beer. A nice balance of the uniqueness of coriander with a dash of malty sweetness, faint hints of vanilla and oranges, and a dry, lip smacking finish.
Overall – this style may have become associated with warmer weather but I’d have to say that the spiciness and flavors of a good witbier go just fine with a cold winter evening. River North’s White is a crisp, clean tasting wit with plenty of flavor without being sweet like some versions of the style we’ve come across. This is a great tasting beer that we feel lucky to have had the chance to put in our glass. Cheers to all the folks at River North and all the best in the coming year!
Note –  the name River North is a reference to the River North Art District (or RiNo) just north of Downtown Denver.

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 Session 12 Pack CREAM ONLY– Reg. 13.32, YOUR PRICE 10.11!

This golden ale has a creamy head and a smooth, sweet disposition. Session Cream Ale pours with a rich golden hue with aromas of citrus and herbal hops backed with a smooth malty/sweet mid-palate, finishing cleanly with hints of citrus and caramel. I scream, you scream, we all scream for Session Cream!
ABV 5.4% IBU 26

Budweiser 20pk Bottles (No Light) – Reg. 21.13,


In the mid-1800s, a large numbers of German immigrants arrived to St. Louis, mainly due to political upheavals in Germany and Bohemia in 1848.  With the large migration of Germans to St. Louis, soon the principal industry in the area was brewing beer.
These immigrant brewers introduced a new style of beer to the United States:  Lager.  Lager beer requires more time and care when brewing.  Lager comes from the German word “lagern”, meaning ‘to rest’.  Brewers would store the beer in wooden casks, in underground caverns and caves.  By the mid-1800s, there were more than 50 breweries in this area.

Eberhard Anheuser meets Adolphus Busch Eberhard Anheuser, who left Germany in 1843, settling first in Cincinnati and before moving to St. Louis.  Trained as a soap manufacturer, he eventually went on to own the largest…

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Oyster Bay Sauvignon Blanc- Reg 13.99, YOUR PRICE 9.99!

Winemaker Notes:

The philosophy of Oyster Bay is to produce fine, distinctly regional wines that are elegant and assertive with glorious fruit flavours.
It all starts in the vineyard. We treat each vineyard block and parcel of wine as individual. The fruit is crushed, gently pressed and the juice is cold settled.
Pale straw green in colour with brilliant clarity, Oyster Bay Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc is zesty and aromatic with lots of lively, penetrating fruit characters. A concentration of tropical and gooseberry flavours with an abundant bouquet, it is a wine that is always crisp, elegant and refreshing.

A by Acacia Chardonnay– Blowout! YOUR PRICE 8.99!

Tasting Notes:
Lusciously ripe fruit expression of white peach, ripe pear, Golden Delicious apple, mango and papaya. On the silky palate, nuances of citrus blossoms and minerals meld with vanilla-spice notes from oak aging. They use barrel fermentation, partial malolactic fermentation and aging the wine on the yeast to enhance its opulent, mouth-coating texture, while naturally crisp acidity balances the wine with vibrancy. Chill and pour it just to sip with friends or to pair with favorite entrées.

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Chalone Monterey Pinot Noir– Reg 15.99, YOUR PRICE 7.99!

Tasting Notes:

Opulent currant and black cherry aromas are accentuated by a light earthiness, like a pine forest after rain. The same fruit elements in the powerful flavors mingle with smokey oak and vanilla notes, and build to a long, sweet finish. Big, harmonious, complex and graceful, this is delicious Pinot Noir with a promising future.

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Dynamite Cabernet– Reg 16.99, YOUR PRICE 8.99!

Winemaker Notes:

A true California cab . . . big & bold with rich dark fruit
* From the Red Hills of California’s North Coast
* Fun fact: we go to extremes to create great wine, including blowing out the side of a mountain to plant our first Cabernet Sauvignon vineyard, hence the name, Dynamite.
* Silver medal winner at the California State Fair Wine Competition


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