Limited Edition Jack Daniels Single Barrel FOP (Fraternal Order of Police) Commemorative Tennessee Whiskey Bottle

These limited edition bottles of Jack Daniels Single Barrel Select are intended to honor and support Colorado’s Law Enforcement Officers’ service and contributions in keeping Colorado safe.

Please show your support of Colorado’s Finest by purchasing one or more of these 240 limited edition bottles. The proceeds benefit the programs and services of Colorado Police Officers Foundation and the Aurora Police Brotherhood for the Fallen. Help us help them!

Each 750ml bottle is $84.99 and features a custom etched bottle to commemorate the Brotherhood for the Fallen and the Colorado Police Officers Foundation.

This exclusive offering is only available for order through the Wyatt’s Wet Goods App, available for iPhone through the App Store and Android at Google Play.

This limited edition bottle is

now in stock, and available for pickup!

Thank you for your support!

This is a Pre-Order only (item is not currently in stock). When placing your Pre-Order please choose “Pickup” as your delivery method. You will be contacted when product is available.

Wyatt’s IPA Madness 2019 – Round Two

IPA MADNESS CONTINUES!

In this Second Round of Wyatt’s annual IPA taste competition, where you the discriminating beer drinker pick the favorite!

This year Wyatt’s is focusing better on offering everyone a chance to discover a new favorite. Join us for open, non-blind tasting all month long as we explore the wonderfullness that is the IPA category.

For Week Two, Wyatt’s jumps state lines, exploring some of the region’s best IPAs.

IPA Madness Round Two:

  1. Horse & Dragon Adventure On IPA – Ft. Collins, Colorado: Enjoy fruity aromas, big hop character, and a bit of cleansing bitterness with this bright, flavorful, drinkable ale. The perfect blend of Azacca, Citra, and Eureka hops, a nice balancing malt bill that plays a supporting role, and a wonderful dry finish make for a great beer partner in this bold Fort Collins offering. 6.6% ABV.
  2. Bell’s Two Hearted Ale – Comstock, Michigan: Perfectly balanced with a malty backbone and combined with the signature fruity aromas of Bell’s house yeast, this beer is remarkably drinkable and well suited for all your adventures, and misadventures. 7.0% ABV.
  3. La Cumbre Elevated IPA – Albuquerque, New Mexico: A perfect balance of malts and five different hops give this India Pale Ale its edge. Its unique blend of citrus and pine aroma and flavor makes it a very drinkable IPA.  7.2% ABV, 100 IBUs.
  4. Melvin IPA – Alpine, Wyoming: A longtime local favorite, and last year’s winner, Melvin is fruity,iIntense, but not bitter like the rest of them. 7.5% ABV.

Tasting hours for this special month-long IPA event will be Fridays through March from 4-6:45 pm, at Wyatt’s Outlaw Saloon, in the back of the store.

All tasting items are on sale!

As always, all participants must present valid I.D.

 

Saturday Tasting – Longtucky Spirits

This Saturday, December 8, Wyatt’s is offering a sampling from Longtucky Spirits .

Longtucky Spirits is a popular craft distillery in Longmont, Colorado, featuring local ingredients, owner built equipment, and a festive cocktail lounge. Longtucky has already amassed this impressive list of bottlings:

Longtucky Silver: Using the locally historical ingredient of sugar beets, Longtucky Silver is a Colorado-style rum made with 75% Colorado sugar beet sugar and 25% Florida organic molasses. They use a sour mash process, recycling some of each batch into the next one in order to create its depth of flavors. Its aroma carries a welcome sweetness with notes of tropical fruit. There are elements of dark bread and molasses, but its structure is clean with light, with earthy spices and a gently finish of toasted coconut.

Shine: Corn for this unaged Western style whiskey is grown at nearby Schlagel Farm and the barley is malted at Root Shoot Malting in Loveland. This clear “white dog” makes an excellent entry level whiskey and is excellent for cocktailing.

Fire: Unlike some brands that rely on artificial flavoring or contain glycol, this variant of their Shine corn whiskey is a party favorite finished with real cinnamon and ginger for an authentic, true taste.

Longtucky Gin: This Alpine dry style gin is distilled with locally sourced juniper, spruce tip, sage, coriander, and lavender for a uniquely Colorado botanical profile. It will really open up your next martini or tonic.

Lusca Spiced Rum: Like Silver, Lusca is made with local grains and snowmelt from Longs Peak, infused with black cardamom, vanilla, orange, mace, allspice and clove. Lusca makes a hearty addition to any warm rum recipe or tiki punch.

For a fun session, check out their tasting room, the Longtucky Lounge, at 350 Terry Street, #120, just east of Main Street.

You’ll get your legal choice of four in Wyatt’s free Saturday tasting, from noon-4:45 p.m., at the Outlaw Bar in the back of the store

All tasting items are on sale all day long. As always, participants must show proper I.D.

Wyatt’s Winter Rare Whiskey Auction 2018

This year’s rare whiskey auction takes place on Saturday, November 24th at 2 p.m., in the Silo at the center of the store.

Available items in this year’s charity auction include:

-Pappy Van Winkle Family Reserve Bourbons, ages 10, 12, 15, 20, & 23 Years Old!

-George T. Stagg Barrel Proof Bourbon

-Thomas Hardy Sazerac Rye Barrel Proof

-Elijah Craig Barrel Proof Whiskey

-Four Roses Limited Edition Barrel Strength, 130th Anniversary

-Parker Heritage Collection Bourbon, Finished in Orange Curacao Barrels, 110 Proof

-High West “A Midwinter Nights Dram”

-Evan & Pike Reserve Solera

Old Forester Birthday Bourbon

William LaRue Release (from W. L. Weller/Buffalo Trace Antique Collection) 134.6 Proof

 

100% of the profits of this year’s auction will go to help support a local member of the Longmont community with medical treatment and recovery for cancer.

Please join us for a shot at these renowned Bourbons and raising funds for a great local cause through this special fun event.

**Bidders are encouraged to arrive around 1:00 p.m. for a simple registration process for numbered paddles.**

(Please note this is not a tax deductible auction.)