February 2022 Events
Friday, February 4, 2022 - Winter Six Pack; The Winter Six-Pack goes on sale February 3. We'll be showcasing the wines on Instagram on Friday, February 3. We've selected wines to warm a winter evening or to enchant us with the promise of spring and warmer weather.
Friday, February 11, 2022 - Valentine's Day Wines; Whether you're looking forward to a romantic evening with someone(s) special, or you're planning a dinner for one, we've got some great wines to go along with it.
Friday, February 18, 2022 - New (to us) Austrian Wines; We just got in a good handful of cool, new Austrian wines, and we'd like to take some time to introduce them and a few other bottles that have been around for a little while but that we haven't had a chance to showcase yet.
Friday, February 25, 2021 - Lesser Known Regions; As a companion piece to our feature on Underappreciated Grapes last month, we're going to take a moment to showcase a few countries and regions that aren't as well known here as, say, France, Italy, or Spain.
Thursday, February 3, 2022 - Belgian Style Ales; February is a great month for Belgian ales. The bigger malt backbones are always nice during colder weather, fruited lambics are always fun for Valentine's Day, and there's always a wide variety of things to choose from.
Thursday, February 10, 2022 - Valentine's Day Beers; Valentine's Day is a great holiday for anything fruity and fun! This week we will be looking at some of the fruited lambics that we have in the store in the hopes of making your Valentine's Day a little more interesting.
Thursday, February 17, 2022 - Silver Branch Brewing; Silver Branch is one of the breweries that consistently impresses us. They can keep up with the titans of new school with their hazy IPAs, but they also knock European styles out of the park. This week, Mark and Eric will be joined by Erin from Silver Branch to talk about their line up, upcoming beers, and brewery happenings.
Thursday, February 24, 2022 - Malt Complexity in Ales; When discussing ales, there is an extremely wide variety. The most popular style, IPA, is hop focused, but many ales express their complexity in their malty backbone. Join the Beer Geeks this week to learn more about malty ales and why they taste exactly the way they do!