Limited Edition

New arrival: Dogfish Head Fruit-Full Fort

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This Allocated Beer is now available for sale at Hot Spot Liquor.

A complex ale brewed with a boatload of berries.

A twist on our beloved Fort, Fruit-Full Fort is brewed with four types of berries - Raspberry, Blackberry, Boysenberry and Elderberry! This juicy blend of dark berries creates depth and complexity reminiscent of a jammy red wine.

Along with adding a boatload of more berries this time around, we also punched up the malt bill with Munich malt to provide a firm backbone. The result provides balance to the tart flavors of a very berry blend.

Dark maroon in color, Fruit-Full Fort is swirling with notes of velvety cherry and berry sweetness for a full-bodied - and full-flavor - experience!

SPECS

ABV:

15 - 18

IBU:

50

RELEASE:

July - September

ORIGINAL RELEASE DATE:

2018

STYLE:

Belgian-style

ENJOY

EXPERIENCE

AROMA

Velvety cherry and berry sweetness

FLAVOR

Raspberry and blackberry, with a lingering sweetness

MOUTHFEEL

Full-bodied

New Ibex cellar release from Schlafly - Local Oak Barrel available for sale

$17.99

$17.99

Local Oak, Schlafly Beer's latest small batch beer that's part of its Ibex Cellar series, is debuting.

Local Oak is aged for three months in tanks made of Missouri white oak manufactured locally by Foeder Crafters of America.

Buy it now at Hot Spot Liquor.  

Rebel Yell 2016 Limited edition on Sale

$17.99 on Sale

$17.99 on Sale

REBEL YELL
kentucky straight bourbon

THE ORIGINAL TIME-HONORED RECIPE WITH A BIG, ROUND BODY AND FULL FLAVOR.

40%80 PROOF

tasting notes

HONEY AND BUTTER, FOLLOWED BY A HINT OF PLUM AND RAISINS FOR A LONG, WARM FINISH WITH AN INTERESTING TOUCH OF SPICINESS.

ingredients

WHEAT, CORN, MALT

nose

HONEY, BUTTER AND RAISINS

Buy it from the Boozeman today while supplies last. 

Limited edition Jack Daniels Red Dog Saloon- Now available

$27.99

$27.99

RED DOG SALOON

 

A 125-YEAR MYSTERY, CAPTURED IN A BOTTLE.

 

This special edition marks the 125th anniversary when Mr. Jack Daniel opened the doors of his Red Dog SaloonTM. Formerly situated on the Lynchburg town square, all that remains of the Red Dog SaloonTM are myths and legends - until now.

 

We are pleased to release the limited edition Red Dog SaloonTM , commemorating the days when you could buy a drink of Jack's smooth sippin' Tennessee Whiskey in the town where it was made. Like every drop of Jack Daniel's Tennessee Whiskey, this limited edition is distilled right here in Lynchburg, just as it was when Mr. Jack opened his saloon back in 1892. And, if the Red Dog Saloon was anything like its sister watering hole, the White Rabbit SaloonTM, the house was packed with music, camaraderie and conversation. We hope you enjoy yours the same way.

 

Bottled at 86 proof, Red Dog Saloon is available in select markets across the US and internationally.

Now available in the hottest store in town. Come buy it today 

 

New arrival: Goose Island's Limited Release Cooper Project No.1

$5.99 12oz Bottles

$5.99 12oz Bottles

Available for Sale Monday May 8th.  

 Goose Island’s Cooper Project is a new rotating series of bourbon barrel-aged beers. Its first release is Scotch Ale and it does a great job of highlighting caramel, toffee and roast flavors.

It uses three types of pale malt, roasted barley and three types of crystal malt, including one variety called Simpson Crystal Rye. For those not familiar with the Scotch or Scottish style, it highlights malt, but does not have the intense burnt coffee-type roast you would find in a stout, and to a lesser extent, porter.

The Cooper Scotch Ale poured a dark brown color with red highlights and a half-inch frothy head, and the caramel malts were immediately evident in the aroma, along with a slight chocolate background.

The aroma was mirrored in the flavor — caramel and background chocolate, but also with toffee notes. There was a pleasant slight tang in the aftertaste — not citrusy, but a character often found from the use and manipulation of certain malts. In this case, it may be because of the caramel rye malt.

The beer had a rich mouthfeel without being cloying, and like many beers of this style, was medium sweet. It had a somewhat dry finish that prevented the sweetness from lingering, however.

The sweetness was not overpowering, such as McEwan’s Scotch Ale from Scotland, which is one of the sweetest beers in the world — I try one every couple years and the sugars are just too overpowering. Not so with the Goose Island version.

I liked the 8.7% ABV of the beer — enough to provide a warm glow, but no unpleasant alcohol flavor.

Buy it today at Hot Spot Liquor. Limited supply! Come today!