Deschutes Fresh Ipa   no comments

Posted at 12:33 pm in Product

Deschutes Fresh Squeezed IPA from Deschutes Brewery in Bend, Oregon.  An American IPA with juicy citrus and grapefruit flavor profile.  As if fresh Citra and Mosaic hops were squeezed straight into the bottle.  Beer Advocate score of 93.  6.4% ABV.  Available year round.










Written by regent_liquor on October 6th, 2015

Deschutes Black Butte Porter   no comments

Posted at 12:25 pm in Product

Deschutes Black Butte Porter from Deschutes Brewery in Bend, Oregon.  This is the beer that started it all. A rich, creamy mouthfeel complements a layered depth, revealing distinctive chocolate and coffee notes. Full of flavor, yet easy to drink.  Notes of rich chocolate and coffee, a luscious creaminess and a roasted finish.  Beer Advocate score of 93.  5.2% ABV.










Written by regent_liquor on October 6th, 2015

Lagunitas Little Sumpin and Lagunitas Little Sumpin Extra   no comments

Posted at 4:59 pm in Product








Little Sumpin.  Way smooth and silky with a nice wheatly-esque-ishness. A truly unique style featuring a strong hop finish on a silky boyd. A hoppy pale wheat ale that is great for IPA fans but so smooth that the hefeweizen fans dig it too.  ABV 7.5%

Little Sumpin Extra.  The big sister of the Little Sumpin’ Sumpin’ Ale…Lots of wheat for a curious malt complexity and leaving it light in color, but huge in flavor and satisfaction.  ABV 8.7%


Written by regent_liquor on September 8th, 2015

Ale Asylum Ballistic   no comments

Posted at 4:09 pm in Product

Ale Asylum Ballistic IPA.   This American-style IPA has a mountain of Amarillo hops, giving it aggressive citrus aroma and bitterness on a firm bed of malt. Ballistic is available from July through September-ish.  ABV 7.4%  Rate Beer Score of 95









Written by regent_liquor on September 8th, 2015

Not Your Father’s Root Beer.   no comments

Posted at 11:47 am in Product

Small Town Brewery”s “Not Your Father”s Root Beer”.  At 5.9% ABV, the silky, smooth and satisfying finish is unmatched in flavor. It appeals to craft beer aficionados as well as those who don’t typically drink beer but crave something unique.

The award-winning “Not Your Father’s Root Beer” achieved a 95 rating from Beer Advocate and is a very popular choice at several Chicagoland bars. Small Town’s personally delivered “Not Your Father’s Root Beer” kegs consistently sell out at taverns across the Chicago area.

As Small Town Brewery continues to roll out new craft beers, Brewer Tim Kovac is intent on providing the beer loving public with unique flavors that continue his family’s beer-making tradition. Available on draft and in bottles.






Written by regent_liquor on August 8th, 2015

Johnny “Blood” McNally   no comments

Posted at 11:32 am in Product

Titletown Brewing company Johnny “Blood” McNally.  Rich caramel malts and a touch of roasted barley create the distinctive flavor of this Irish Red Ale, the namesake of Packers great Johnny “Blood” McNally.

As legendary off the field as he was on it, John McNally, who played under the name Johnny Blood, was a central figure in the Packers’ early championship success.  Starting his professional career in 1925 with the Milwaukee Badgers, McNally spent two seasons with the Duluth Eskimos (1926-27) and one with the Pottsville Maroons (1928) before arriving in Green Bay in 1929.  He was unquestionably one of the NFL’s first colorful personalities. McNally is reported to have once leaped from a balcony to head coach Curly Lambeau’s eighth-floor window ledge to collect an advance. Another time, when he was running late, he stopped the Packers’ team train by blocking its path with his car — with him still in it — so he could be let on.  In 1922, he created his alias. Still at St. John’s at the time, McNally wanted to earn money playing for the Eskimos, but college players weren’t allowed on pro teams so it was common for players to create aliases to slip through the cracks of the system.  As the story goes, McNally and a teammate were walking through Collegeville, Minn., and noticed a marquee advertising the movie Blood and Sand, starring Rudolph Valentino. From that, McNally adopted the last name ‘Blood’ and appointed his friend ‘Sand.’





Written by regent_liquor on August 8th, 2015

Green 19 IPA   no comments

Posted at 11:10 am in Product

Titletown Brewing Company Green 19 IPA.  This hop-forward ale showcases a complex blend of citrus-like American hop varieties, their bitterness well-balanced by complex malt for exceptional drinkability.  ABV 6.5%   Beer Advocate score of 88.  Titletown Brewing Company opened on December 3, 1996. in the historic Dousman Street Depot.   Titletown serves the area as an upscale eating establishment and microbrewery, while preserving the 100 year history of this Green Bay landmark. In December 1999, the depot was officially named to the National Register of Historic Places. Titletown is pleased to welcome visitors to the depot.







Written by regent_liquor on August 8th, 2015

Astra Grapefruit Radler   no comments

Posted at 11:24 pm in Product

From Germany’s cult brand Astra comes their new Astra Grapefruit Radler. Made with 5% real grapefruit juice it tastes just like fresh grapefruit and its low ABV makes it the perfect summer thirst quencher. It is a blend of 60% grapefruit soda and 40% beer that is made in accordance with the German purity law. Enjoy it straight from the can, over ice or use it as a mixer, straw optional.  Brewed at Holsten-Brauerei (Carlsberg).







Written by regent_liquor on July 10th, 2015

Leinenkugel’s Grapefruit Shandy   no comments

Posted at 11:14 pm in Product

Leinenkugel’s Grapefruit Shandy.  A traditional shandy is beer mixed with a little something extra, like lemonade, soda or ginger ale. Leinenkugel’s® Grapefruit Shandy is our take on this tradition. Each batch begins with our traditional Weiss beer. We then combine it with natural white grapefruit flavor that adds a note of fresh-cut citrus to brighten a great day by the lake.  Food Pairings:  Light dishes like summer salads and vinaigrette citrus-marinated grilled shrimp and blueberry-lemon cheesecake bars.  4.2% abv.  Ingredients
(Specified by Brewmasters) Malts:  Pale and Wheat;  Hops:  Cluster;  Other:  Natural white grapefruit flavor.




Written by regent_liquor on July 10th, 2015

Electric Peel   no comments

Posted at 11:05 pm in Product

ELECTRIC PEEL by Magic Hat Brewing Company


An electric shock. A sweet scent in the air. A tantalizing tingle. Fresh directions are explored and big ideas are formed. Revealed is a creation peeled from formulas of hops and tang-touched fruit. Electric Peel arrives as a new way to IPA. Strip away the notions, find another motion and plug in to reveal the power of the peel.  Electric Peel is an electric IPA that sends shocks of citrus hop flavors through a medium malt body amplified by grapefruit peel, leaving behind a bittersweet finish.  Malts: Pale, Carapils  Hops: Apollo, Centennial, Chinook  Additions: Grapefruit Peel, Pink Grapefruit Flavor.  6%abv.




Written by regent_liquor on July 10th, 2015