Dreaming Tree Crush
a red blended wine
Entertainer Dave Matthews collaborated with award-winning winemaker Steve Reeder to develop Dreaming Tree Wine – an approachable high-quality wine.
For Crush, Dave and I hand-selected a special blend of our favorite varieties to create a red wine that pulls you in with notes of smoky berry and a pop of raspberry jam. Around the dinner table or out on the patio, it's a wine you're going to want to share with your favorite people."
– Steve Reeder on his Dave Matthews wine collaboration
Michigan Craft Beer
Starting with six different hop varietals added to the brew kettle & culminating with a massive dry-hop addition of Simcoe hops, Bell's Hopslam Ale possesses the most complex hopping schedule in the Bell's repertoire. Selected specifically because of their aromatic qualities, these Pacific Northwest varieties contribute a pungent blend of grapefruit, stone fruit, and floral notes. A generous malt bill and a solid dollop of honey provide just enough body to keep the balance in check, resulting in a remarkably drinkable rendition of the Double India Pale Ale style.
Bud Light Platinum
Anheuser- Busch created Bud Light Platinum to appeal to a new breed of light beer drinker who likes a little more flavor in a light beer and a more stylish presentation. Bud Light Platinum is packaged in blue bottles for a unique look all its own. With added proportions of ingredients and a higher starting gravity, the taste is somewhat sweeter and to appeal to a new generation of light beer drinkers.
Sam Adams Imperial Beer
Imperial beers date back to the court of Catherine the Great of Russia when stouts were brewed in Britain for shipment across the Baltic Sea. These stouts were brewed with stronger flavors and alcohol to weather the cold trip and they just so happened to suit the Slavic tastes as well. For us, "Imperial" signifies a new dimension to a classic beer profile. Our experimentation with big beers began with Samuel Adams® Double Bock back in 1988. Creating a beer with that much flavor intensity only piqued our interest to see what we could do with different styles of beer. Our latest creation, Samuel Adams® Imperial White, was an experiment in taking a classic wit beer and taking its flavor profile to new heights for a unique
taste that's complex, malty, and spicy.
There are 3 new beers from Samuel Adams – their Imperial Series
This bourbon is a unique marriage of Wild Turkey's 6, 8 and 12-year-old stocks, which give the whiskey a rich, exceptional flavor that is remarkably smooth, considering its high alcohol content. It is assertive with hints of light oranges, mint, and tones of sweet tobacco that will remind you of your grandfather's pipe-bowl. The finish is long, warm and nutty and lingers in the mouth with hints of hot peppers and well-toasted whole wheat bread.
Vanilla and Caramel are more pronounced than standard Beam with a heavy dose of toasted oak. Spicier and sweeter than White Lable. A nice burn (more of warming heat) because of the increased proof: but with the genuine Beam aftertaste. Excellent!
From the seriously fun, super-premium Three Olives Vodka comes the hottest new flavor of the year: Three-O Dude, a wild fusion of Imported English vodka and the zingy taste of lemon and lime.