Colonial Spirits has the Gift Packs you Want!
We have a few more types than these gift packs, and several boxed liquors that wrap easily and make a great gift. These gift sets cost the same as the bottle by itself…why not get free glassware too?! We are well versed in these products and they are quality. Please come in and chat with us about your holiday alcohol needs!
We’re staying in the holiday spirit by offering up some staff picks as gift ideas! We will likely do this at least another time or two!
–Little Book Bourbon is a VERY limited release by Booker’s.
–E.H. Taylor Rye is $20 off for the holidays or until gone! This is a STEAL and beloved staff pick!
–Meerlust Red is the newest edition from one of the most esteemed South African Estates and is on sale!
–Walt Pinot Noir is by the Hall Family and is nicely fruited, loved by staff, also on sale!
–Spencer Holiday Ale…but wait, this is an aged 2015 edition straight from the Monks’ Cellars!
–Berkshire Holidale is an excellent, affordable barleywine that comes once a year! A perennial staff favorite!
–Lamplighter Raspberry Fields is an excellent gift for the person on your list who loves tart/wild ales!
We have been slowly revamping our “Party Supplies” section over the last month or two.We are trying to add more new and exciting cocktail mixers, tonic waters, syrups, ready to drink cocktails and garnishes. Come check it out, right as you walk in the store! Anything in particular you’re looking for? Let us know and we can help!
Colonial Spirits has the best fall seasonal beer selection in your local area!
Whether you’re looking for a malty amber ale, your favorite German Oktoberfest from Munich or even something that might resemble liquid pumpkin pie, Colonial Spirits has you covered for fall seasonal beers! We have these and so much more to choose from, don’t be shy to ask one of our personable store associates!
**Swing by on Saturday between 1-5 p.m. to sample many of these at our own personal Oktoberfest! Food and beer samples are Free!
Spanish wines have been on the forefront of the wine industry for the last two decades.
However, it wasn’t until the last 5 years that Spanish wines have truly flourished. Once only known for Rioja or Tempranillo, Spain has become so much more than that. With regions like Ribera del Duero, Priorat, and Rias Baixas and grape varieties like Albariño, Garnacha, and Mencia seen splattered on wine lists across the nation, Spanish wines are making a comeback in a big way.
Most wine enthusiasts know and recognize Rioja and its wines. They also know that Tempranillo is the preferred varietal in the region. But did you know that Tempranillo’s reach extends outside of Rioja and into regions like Ribera del Duero and Toro? More importantly, did you know these other regions existed? With around 79 D.O.s (Denominacion de Origen) and 2 D.O.C.s (Denominacion de Origen Controlada), Spain is almost in a category all to its own.
Due to Spain’s numerous of wine producing regions we will focus on a few select regions to expand our knowledge of one of the leading wine countries in the world. Read More about Spanish Wines Vinolution: More than La Rioja