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Wyatt’s IPA Madness – The Recap

By Wyatt / April 5, 2016 / Comments Off on Wyatt’s IPA Madness – The Recap

Last Saturday, April 2, the final four in Wyatt’s IPA Madness faced off for the title of Longmont’s Most Popular IPA. The following four finalists, and their blind taste test pitchers were as follows: Bootstrap Insane Rush IPA (Pitcher #1) Wibby IPL (Pitcher #2) Deschutes Fresh Squeezed IPA (Pitcher #3) Eddyline Crank Yanker (Pitcher #4)…

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New Products: Robert Mondavi Bourbon Barrel Aged Cabernet Sauvignon

By Wyatt / March 21, 2016 / Comments Off on New Products: Robert Mondavi Bourbon Barrel Aged Cabernet Sauvignon

Bourbon Barrel Aging Trend Spreads to Wine Before the advent of stainless steel storage tanks and kegs, the makers of alcoholic beverages used barrels out of necessity. If you produced rum, you simply reused rum barrels. If you made whiskey, you used whiskey barrels, and so forth. Cross flavoring with barrels, using one type of…

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Why Wyatt’s Wet Goods?

By Wyatt / March 9, 2016 / Comments Off on Why Wyatt’s Wet Goods?

Why Wyatt’s Wet Goods? Wyatt’s is the brain child of Dennis, Joe, Hannah and Lindsey. The inspiration comes from a love of the adult alcohol beverage industry, particularly the retail environment. It has been asked who we are and where are we from. Dennis’ (that’s me, the short old bald guy in the picture) grandfather…

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New Products: Boomsma Claerkampster Cloosterbitter

By Wyatt / February 28, 2016 / Comments Off on New Products: Boomsma Claerkampster Cloosterbitter

Cloosterbitter is based on a 15th century recipe from the Monastry Claerkamp, where the monks embraced the medicinal properties of this unique bitter. Long ago, Brother Jacob would collect all kinds of natural ingredients during his walks around the monastery. These included nettles, cloverleaf, daisies, mint, dandelion, and milfoil. He used these to make a…

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