BeerSeptember 22, 2019
Big Red Wines for WinterJanuary 11, 2020
Last year was a big year in Whiskey.
- 1792 Full Proof: Jim Murray, the world’s most-read whiskey critic, named 1792 Full Proof Bourbon Whiskey the Whiskey of the Year.
- 1792 Full Proof “Collapsed Warehouse”: The sticker on the bottle, which Sip Whiskey “hand picked” from a lot of surviving barrels, says it was aged in Warehouse #29 of Barton’s collection of 30 aging houses. But according to reports of the 2018 incident, the warehouse that went down was #30 — meaning Sip Whiskey’s listing, which sold out last week, didn’t come from the downed warehouse, but instead came from the warehouse adjacent to it.
- Baker’s Single Barrel Bourbon
- Buffalo Trace Antique Collection: For the uninitiated, the Antique Collection is routinely among the most-hyped whiskey releases of the year. Bottles regularly receive some of whiskey’s highest awards — including top accolades in Jim Murray’s Whiskey Bible, Whisky Advocate, World Whiskies Awards and the all-important San Francisco World Spirits Competition.
- Double Eagle Very Rare
- E.H. Taylor Amaranth
- Elijah Craig Rye Whiskey
- Four Roses Small Batch Select
- George Dickel Bottled-in-Bond
- Heaven Hill Bottled-in-Bond
- Henry McKenna Bottled-in-Bond
- Ichiro’s Malt Card Series
- Kentucky Owl Confiscated
- Lagavulin 10-Year (Travel Retail Exclusive)
- Larceny Barrel Proof
- Little Book “The Road Home”
- Maker’s Mark RC6
- Old Charter Oak
- Old Forester Birthday Bourbon
- Old Forester Straight Rye Whiskey
- Orphan Barrel Forager’s Keep
- Parker’s Heritage Collection Rye Whiskey
- Smooth Ambler Old Scout
- Suntory Ao
- The Macallan Estate
- Weller Full Proof
- Woodford Reserve Straight Wheat Whiskey
Call ahead to see if we have any of the new releases in stock. If we don’t have it, we are great at taking orders!!