Wines and More prides itself in stocking the most extensive craft beer section available in the area. With rare hard to find craft beers from around the world and local favorites, our craft beer experts are able to acquire selections not available to other accounts making us a destination location for all of your specialty beer interests.
DID YOU KNOW? India Pale Ale (IPA) was first brewed in England and exported for the British troops in India during the late 1700s. to withstand the long sea voyage, the beer boasted a higher alcohol content and was very well hopped. American versions are generally stronger and use more assertive hops.
Wachusett Larry (USA) is a very drinkable Imperial IPA, brewed in collaboration with the Publick House. 7.5% ABV, 85 IBUs VISIT THE BREWERY'S SITE
DID YOU KNOW? Of British origin, this style is now popular worldwide. Generally, expect a good balance of malt and hops. Fruity esters and diacetyl can vary from none to moderate, and bitterness can range from lightly floral to pungent. American versions tend to be cleaner and hoppier.
Fullers London Pride (UK) - A good dose of bread and biscuit come forth from the malts as does a pinch of fruitiness and malt sweetness. 4.7% ABV VISIT THE BREWERY'S SITE
Sam Smith Old Brewery Pale Ale (UK) is medium bodied with a dryish mouth feel, hint of hops lots of complexity. 5.0% ABV VISIT THE BREWERY'S SITE
Anchor Liberty Ale (USA) - Well rounded bitterness is the first to be noticed, smooth malt sweetness lines the palate with tones of biscuits and raw honey. 6.0% ABV VISIT THE BREWERY'S SITE
Sierra Nevada (USA) is creamy smooth with a soft malt crispness that cradles a bready malt flavor. Hop bitterness is more than ample. 5.6% ABV VISIT THE BREWERY'S SITE
Mayflower Pale Ale (USA) is earthy, woody, fruity and bitter with toasted, caramel and rustic bready flavors. 4.9% ABV VISIT THE BREWERY'S SITE
DID YOU KNOW? Pilsner has a light straw to golden color and crystal clear. Hops are very prevalent usually with a spicy bitterness and or a spicy floral flavor and aroma, notably one of the defining characteristics of the Saaz hop. Smooth and crisp with a clean malty palate, many are grassy.
Radeberger (Germany) has a fragrant hop aroma of earthy, minty wild herbs and fresh cut grass, clean through and through. 4.8 ABV VISIT THE BREWERY'S SITE
B.B. Burgerbrau (Czech) has a golden color with grassy hops, a sweet malt base. Crisp and refreshing. 5.0% ABV
Pinkus Mueller Ur Pils (Germany) is very rich in flavor with lots of grain on the tongue, some spicy and fruity flavours from hops and esters merely add to this complex brew. 5.2% ABV VISIT THE BREWERY'S SITE
Brooklyn Pilsner (USA) is extremely flavorful, traditional, but made unique with an American crafted hand. Highly recommended as a standard beer to stock in the fridge. 5.1% ABV VISIT THE BREWERY'S SITE
DID YOU KNOW? A common profile amongst Stouts/Porters is the use of roasted barley (unmalted barley that is kilned to the point of being charred) which lends a dry character to the beer as well as a huge roasted flavor that can range from burnt to coffee to chocolate.
Left Hand Milk Stout (USA) has creamy chocolate/roasted malts with a very enticing sweetness. Coffee comes through on the finish. 6.0% ABV VISIT THE BREWERY'S SITE
Founders' Porter (USA) has a slightly burnt biscuit aroma is quickly followed by a sweeter mocha tone. A welcome hefty body. 6.5% ABV VISIT THE BREWERY'S SITE
Old Rasputin Russian Imperial Stout (USA) is smooth, potent and espresso like with a high burnt malt and hop bitterness that finishes on the sweet side. 9.0% ABV VISIT THE BREWERY'S SITE
O'Hara's Irish Stout (UK) is velvety smooth with an amazing viscous carbonation with in a moderate body. Creamy malt with mild roasted notes. 4.3% ABV VISIT THE BREWERY'S SITE
Porterhouse Oyster Stout (UK) has a roasted nose, some minty hops and a faint hint of fresh ocean. Smooth and crisp with a refreshing quality underneath that creamy body. 5.2% ABV VISIT THE BREWERY'S SITE
DID YOU KNOW? Weissbier refers to several different types of wheat beer from Germany. Styles vary widely from Hefeweissens to Dunkelweizens. Look for clove and banana in these beers. In Belgium, spices are added such as coriander, orange and hops.
Spaten Franziskaner (Germany) has a distinct "wheaty" flavor and feel. Light banana and a dashing of powdery clove add depth. 5.0% ABV VISIT THE BREWERY'S SITE
Weihenstephaner Hefeweissbier (Germany) - Malted wheat and barley in the raw, earthy yeast character with hints of lemon in the backround with a quick spark of clove. 5.4% ABV VISIT THE BREWERY'S SITE
Schneider Aventinus (Germany) - Ripe fruit is dominant with caramel undertones, almost rum like. Soft spicy clove with hints of caramelized plantains. 8.2% ABV VISIT THE BREWERY'S SITE
Allagash White (USA) has coriander, pepper and orange peel on the nose. Apricot and and pepper on the tangy, semi-sweet palate. 5.2% ABV VISIT THE BREWERY'S SITE
Avery White Rascal (USA) has soft spices of coriander that are smoothed into the light malt sweetness, with hints of apple and orange, and an herbal backing. Dry-ish yeasty finish. 5.6% ABV VISIT THE BREWERY'S SITE