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  • St. Patrick’s Day Corned Beef Brisket
    We can’t believe that March is just a few days away. But, really, March is one of our favorite months of the year because it brings one of our favorite...
  • Gustiamo – Blues & Brews Tasting Event
    They say that good things come to those who wait. Well, we feel that all of you have waited long enough!! After a long hiatus, our Gustiamo events are back!...
  • Scharfe Maxx – Cheese of the week!
    Did you know that October marks the first annual American Cheese Month? It is a month long celebration of North America’s delicious cheese, cheesemakers, retailers, cheese farmers, distributors, educators, chefs and cheesemongers...
  • Westmalle Dubbel & Tripel
    For more than 200 years the Westmalle Trappists have chosen a life of prayer and work. That is their true vocation, entirely in accordance with the rule of Saint Benedict....

  • Goose Island Demolition Beer ~ From the famous brewery in Chicago, IL and brewed to honor the brave souls who kept the Goose Island brewpub open in the early 90’s...
  • Spring is here, come and see what’s new in the store!
    So we have added a whole bunch of new items to the store as well as restocked a bunch of old favorites. We have included pictures here for your viewing...
  • The Feast Day of St. Patrick
    For the past seventeen years (yes I said 17) I have been honoring St. Patrick’s Feast Day by making the traditional Irish-American (the Irish do not know what corned beef...
  • Spring is in the air…sort of.
    We have been having some beautiful sunny days here in Walla Walla (thanks to all our friends on the East Coast who are taking one for the team this year)....
  • Stand Back Everyone, its gonna be big…
    Ok. Back from a whirlwind trip to the west side (sieee’d) and there is lots to tell. Where to begin? Wines. We have several new wines that were just added...
  • La Folie
    After much begging and pleading, La Folie has arrived. “Resting in French Oak barrels between one and three years before being hand bottled, for your enjoyment. Brewmaster, Peter Bouckaert, came...