Harry's Wine School
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In wine there's truth -Pliny the Elder
Your host is
Geno Pisani Of Angelini Wine
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Domaine Adele Rouze Quincy 2014 $19.99
Rouze’s 2014 Quincy casts high-toned aromas of lemon zest, clover, white grapefruit, chives and Thai basil. Shimmering and juicy on the palate, the Rouze’s zesty fresh lemon and grapefruit expressions are infused with waves of flinty minerals. The wine finishes juicy and delicious with brisk acidity and persistent waves of limestone minerals propelling the wine’s pure core of citrus fruit.
He was a wise man who invented beer -Plato
Your host is
Adam Calderone From
Bronx Brewing Co.
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|Sweet Water Hash Session I.P.A|
Pungent with floral, tropical citrus fruit flavors and the hop hash gives it that one of a kind chewy, gooey, resiny mouthfeel. As the chaser, we are giving it a hefty dry hop to enhance the potent aromas. Ahtanum gives it orange and grapefruit tones, Crystal for a little kick of spiciness,El Dorado bringing some pear and watermelon characteristics.
Allagash St. Klippenstein
This full bodied beer is brewed with an array of dark roasted malts: dark chocolate malt, roasted barley, chocolate malt, and brown malt. After being hopped with Chinook and Northern Brewer, and fermented with a trappist-style yeast for a month in stainless, the beer spends three months aging in bourbon barrels.
|Urban Family Lady of The Night 16oz|
A lactobacillus soured ale dry hopped with nelson and azaaca hops. Big tropical flavors partnered with a lacto sour punch.
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|Sons of Liberty Battle Cry |
American Single Malt
This American Single Malt Whiskey is born from a Belgian-style ale. Using 100% malted grains, Battle Cry incorporates rye malt and honey malt, for added spiciness and sweetness respectively. Fermented with a Trappist-style yeast strain and aged in newly charred American Oak Barrels, Battle Cry is a unique experience from beginning to end - hints of dark fruit and spices, such as anise and black licorice, with a distinct sweetness.
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