Local Tastings: Princeton or Westfield

Mead & Honey with Mickey the Beekeeper

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When:
Thursday December 18, 05:00-07:00PM
Where:
127 Central Avenue
Type:
Store:
Westfield, (908) 232-5050

 Mead is credited with being the first alcoholic beverage our amazing human brains invented. These days the classic Honey-Wine beverage is making a crafty comeback so we've invited our neighbor and friend, Mickey the Beekeeper to give a taste and a lesson on his Westfield honey while we drink some old school & new school mead!


Neshaminy Creek Brewery

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When:
Friday December 19, 05:00-07:00PM
Where:
Princeton
Type:
Misc
Store:
Princeton, (609) 924-0039

Neshaminy Creek is a new to the scene craft brewer located in Croydon,
PA right on the Neshaminy Creek. They entered the market touting their
big flavor 5-hop County Line IPA and have since taken us by storm with
great offerings such as their Churchville Lager
(recent Great American Beer Festival Gold Medal winner),
Trauger Pilsner, Croydon Cream Ale,
and Tribute (this is not the greatest Tripel ever, this is a tribute...).
We have had lots of fun working with these amazing brewers and
love the story and art work that come with each bottle and now can!

Whiskey Tasting This Weekend!

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When:
Friday December 19, 05:00-07:00PM
Where:
127 Central Avenue
Type:
Store:
Westfield, (908) 232-5050

The tradition of Scotland is now distilled everywhere. Come taste several international drams that pay homage to the classic flavors of Scotch Whisky. If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, these whisky makers certainly love Scotch as much as we do!

 

Gift Wines

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When:
Saturday December 20, 02:00-05:00PM
Where:
127 Central Avenue
Type:
Wine Tasting
Store:
Westfield, (908) 232-5050

 

These are wines with a great story, small production and more importantly...have that Wow factor!

 

 

 

Farmers vs Corporations

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When:
Saturday December 20, 02:00-05:00PM
Where:
21 Spring Street
Type:
Wine Tasting
Store:
Princeton, (609) 924-0039

Let's compare a "Brand" wine to a small grower, family owned wine...can we tell the difference?  What are the implications for supporting family owned wineries vs corporate creations?  How is it that corporate wines never change with the vintage?  Let's discuss.

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