In the next couple of weeks, the ground will start to thaw, and that is when hop rhizomes will be dug and made available for sale. For all you brewers or for those who need to cover an arbor, fence or pole, these are great for a brew or late summer foliage. We recommend starting them in planting pots and holding them indoors and later weathering them off for outdoor planting. We are now taking orders!
Note: We are prohibited from shipping into Idaho. They are under an agriculture quarantine order.
Happy Valentines day everyone. To help you show your love to that special wine maker, we are offering 10% off on our floor corkers. They are in stock and ready for pick-up. This special will last the whole month of February. So come on down and get one while they last!
It’s that time, once again. We will be closed Monday, January 13, 2015, for our annual inventory. Please plan ahead as while we will be at the store, we will not be conducting sales as we will busy counting everything in the store. Thank-you in advance for your consideration
Limited edition kits from Winexpert are a premium wine that is made once for the coming year. This year they’re bringing back some of the years previously very popular kits. They are impressive. While their regular line up is superb; these kits are special as they are sourced from unique areas of the world.
Once we place our order with Winexpert, there will be no extras available as has been in previous years.
Don’t miss out, the deadline is this friday, 5 Dec 2014. Thank-you everyone and happy holidays!
Celebration Ale, A Festive fresh hop holiday fun beer!
You know its time to start thinking of the holidays when our most favorite beer of them all arrives. Just-in, we are letting all you die hard fans know that it’s time to come down and get a case or two or even a 1/6 barrel keg of this favorite crowd pleaser. Relatives will be making their way to your home and they’ll be looking for a bit of seasonal libations. Here’s the break-down of this yummy beer. Oh, and thank-you Sierra Nevada!
Now, a word from the brewery.
“At the start of the Celebration season, we can’t start brewing until the first fresh hops have arrived, but once they have, the season is officially under way! First brewed in 1981, Celebration Ale is one of the earliest examples of an American-style IPA and one of the few hop-forward holiday beers. Famous for its intense citrus and pine aromas, Celebration is bold and intense, featuring Cascade, Centennial and Chinook hops—honoring everything we have at Sierra Nevada.”
Ari Alvarez has opened a bee keepers store in Deer Park , Washington. For all you beekeepers this is a great opportunity to not only buy your supplies locally but also to learn more about the hobby. Ari not only has a bricks and mortar but also has an online store for viewing his wares.
While honey is the result of our friendly bee’s work, more important is the act of pollination they perform . By buying local honey, and I mean local, you can make a difference in the lives of these creatures and our lives too.
Here’s to pollination, honey and mead! Check it out here, BeeManiacs.com
In honor of the 25th Anniversary, Winexpert is reintroducing four of your favorite wines plus a special anniversary blend, aptly named Triumph. Triumph is a blend created especially for our consumers and is a celebration of the achievement which defines this Limited Edition program. Exclusively sourced from Washington State. We hope you’ll enjoy celebrating this milestone with us and share the excitement with your friends and family. Our preorders have begun and the deadline for ordering has been set to 1 Dec 2014. New this year we will be asking prepayment and ordering will be taken online so let your friends know! Check them Out Now!
Cider House Select yeast is a high ester-producing strain, creating exceptional flavor. Trace nutrition has been included in this sachet to ensure the best possible cider quality through good healthy yeast. Our active dried yeast is suitable for all types of ciders and is able to ferment under various conditions. The capable fermentation temperature range is 54 – 82 degrees, however for optimal performance the recommended fermentation temperature should be between 60 – 70 degrees and maintained there for best results. To prevent extended lag times and risk of bacterial contamination be sure that the juice temperature is above 60 degrees prior to pitchig the yeast. Get then now while they last!
Each year as the summer heat subsides, we peer at these massive squash. And our favorite, the pumpkin, gives rise to the question of how can we use them. Carve them, bake them and for us ferment them. Hears to pumpkin ale. Let all your pumpkin wishes come true. Enjoy the pleasure of our hot days and cool nights as we usher in the fall. Happy Fall Everyone from Jim’s Homebrew