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Senior Discount - 10% off on Mondays
Military Discount - 10% Off on Wednesdays

Thank you everyone who came to the Grand Opening of our Bubbly Room on Friday!

Because of our wonderful customers and our distributors, it was a HUGE success! Be sure to check it out soon!


New Releases from Jailbreak Brewing Co.
~ Laurel, MD

Thursday, June 21st 4:00 - 7:00PM

Trop the Mic Tropical Pilsner
Brightly citric and eminently drinkable, Trop the Mic is a gorgeous summer retrofitting of Czech the Technique, our Czech-style pilsner. Freshly pressed pineapple juice is meticulously blended with the base beer, the result of which is then aged atop heaps of fresh lime zest, thus creating a downright superlative drinking experience.

The 19th Tea Shandy
This beer is our re-creation of the classic Arnold Palmer beverage: A light amber ale brewed with black tea and finished with lemon juice and even more black tea. Mild caramel malt aroma with notes of ice tea and lemon that carry into the flavor. A light medium body with a crisp drying finish. The perfect re-creation for your recreation.

Chairy Cream Ale
This luscious, dreamboat of a cream ale was brewed with judicious amounts of vanilla and nearly 500 pounds of tart red cherry purée. Unsurprisingly, the resulting beer leaves behind a sweet, creamy mouthfeel (oats and lactose certainly don’t hurt in that department) that is balanced by subtle tartness from the cherry. Suffice it to say that “Chairy” is indeed cherry pie in a glass.

Funk Sway Sour
Intensely pleasant key lime aromatics are punctuated by firm tartness, with a large supporting role from hefty proportions of malted wheat. (Newly named) Funk Sway is approachable to those perhaps unfamiliar with traditional Berliner Weisse, but its appeal to sour beer lovers is thoroughly undeniable.


Wine Tasting w/ Barry from DMV

Friday, June 22nd 4:00 - 7:00PM

Luna de Finca Malbec
Mendoza, Argentina
91 Pts. James Suckling "A firm and silky red with plum and cherry character. Medium body. Flavorful finish. Balanced and delicious. Drink now."

Montinore Estate Pinot Gris 2016
Willamette Valley, Oregon
Seven different vineyard blocks on Montinore's home vineyard contribute to this wine's complexity, texture, and character. The 2016 Pinot Gris is a lovely example of the great balance that can be achieved in the Northern Willamette Valley with this variety. The wine emerges with aromatics of pear, Meyer lemon zest and fresh mint -- then opens up on the palate with a silky and light texture to offer a foundation of stone fruits, melon and bright citrus, with zippy acidity. It finishes with stony minerality and white pepper, with lush and rich texture.

French Escape Rosé 2017
Alpes de Haute Provence, France
Beautiful brilliant pale pink color. The expressive nose reveals subtle aromas of red berries with touches of lime fruit. The mouth feel is particularly delicate and remarkably well-balanced, combining suppleness,intensity, minerality and roundness. A great rosé wine.

Añares Rioja Reserva
90 Pts. Wine Spectator Cherry, tea, tobacco and spice flavors mingle in this maturing red. The tannins are softening but still have some grip, while orange peel acidity keeps this focused through the pretty floral finish.

Goru Verde Monastrell 2015
Jumilla, Spain
No. 1 on Dave McIntyre's Greatest Value Wines of 2017
"Back in June, I said it “may be the best $10 red I’ve tasted in a long time.” It still is. Made from organic monastrell (mourvedre) grapes, it features dark cherry and dried fig flavors with hints of black olive, tea and tobacco." Dave McIntyre, Washington Post

Decanter, 91 points "Black cherry with purple violet hues. Clean, fragrant with bouquet of spice box, violets and blueberry. Smooth texture, with savory red fruits, soft round tannins, well-balanced acidity and pure finish."