Superior’s Beer Blog of the Week 05/15/20

German-style, unfiltered wheat beers are one of the first things I reach for when the weather starts getting warmer, and Tivoli in Denver has a Mile High Hef that brings an uncommon crispness to the style. It pours a familiar wheat-blonde with plenty of frosty white...

Superior’s Beer Blog of the Week 03/31/20

The weather's starting to get a bit warmer, but a lot of us are currently stuck inside. What would really hit the spot in that situation is something that's got a little more ABV kick to it than usual, but isn't super rich, heavy, or roasty like some of our imperial...

Superior’s Beer Blog of the Week 03/17/20

This time of year, many of us would usually be out grabbing a pint and singing some Irish drinking songs at the nearest pub. It might be a while until we can pick that up where we left off, though, so we'll find ways to enjoy the spirit of the season at home.Lone Tree...

Superior’s Beer Blog of the Week 03/04/20

4 Noses Cherry Pie Velvet Let's stop beating around the bush: A milkshake "IPA" has about as much in common with your average IPA as it does with a barrel full of walnuts. But are they worth checking out anyway? Cherry Pie Velvet from our friends over at 4 Noses makes...

Matt’s Wine of the Week 03/24/21

Chasing Lions Cabernet Sauvignon 2019 Chasing Lions Cabernet Sauvignon has been a staple here at Superior Liquor for a few years now and with good reason; it is excellent Cabernet Sauvignon at a steal of a price! Paying tribute to the birthplace of great Cabernet...

Jamie’s Wine of the Week 03/17

Carpineto Dogajolo Toscano Rosso I.G.T. 2018 Carpineto sets the bar high for sustainable winemaking in Italy. Their vineyards, olive groves, and the woods surrounding both absorb roughly 26% more carbon than their winemaking production emits. Dry-farmed, hillside...

Matt’s Wine of the Week! 1/27/21

Lapostolle - Grand Selection Cabernet Suavignon 2018 Regular Price: $16.99 Sale Price: $11.99 Lapostolle was founded in 1994 by Alexandra Marinier Lapostolle and her husband, Cyril de Bournet after they fell in love with Chile, especially the Colchagua province. The...

Jamie’s Wine of the Week 01/19

Castelgufo Organic Chianti Riserva 2016 Looking for an organic red blend that offers as much complexity as it does versatility? At an everyday price point, Castelgufo Chianti Riserva exemplifies the value that can be found in Italian reds. This delightful blend of...

Amelia’s Foodie Pick of the Week 10/06/20

This week’s food pick is a line of gourmet spreads from Greece by Mt Vikos. Mt Vikos products bare the Greek PDO (Protected Designation of Origin) meaning all ingredients and packaging must be done in Greece making these products as authentic as it gets. They are a...

Amelia’s Foodie Pick of the Week 09/29/2020

This week’s food pick is two delectable Irish cheddars by Truly Grass-Fed Farms. Truly Grass- Fed’s mission is to create the best dairy products with the highest standards in both production and ingredients; using wholesome dairy from cows living their best lives...

Amelia’s Foodie Pick of the Week 09/22

Put a little spice and salsa in your life this week with Sol Del Rio Salsas of Smyrna, GA. After living in the Southwestern United States for over a decade Tony Webster grew a passion for making salsas utilizing roasted green chiles from New Mexico. As a result, he...

Amelia’s Foodie Pick of the Week 9/15

This week’s food pick combines sweet, heat and savory into one perfect spoonful. Pepperlane Preserves of Midway, Utah has been creating jams and jellies since the early 90s where jalapeño peppers are transformed and come alive into a taste explosion of sweet with a...

Spirit Blog: Celebrating the Best in Pre-Mixed Margarita Goodness

Article by Allie, Liquor Department Associate It’s no longer just “gonna be May,” friends; the month has actually arrived, which means rolling out the red carpet for the tequila and mezcal. Our liquor post this month features great spirit choices made from agave to...

April 2021 Featured Liquor: “A Most Unusual Gin — Hendrick’s Lunar Expression”

Sometimes the most valuable inspiration comes from the places closest to our hearts. One could certainly say that Lesley Gracie does this for a living as both the Master Distiller for Hendrick’s Gin and an avid gardener. As someone who began her career in chemistry working “on the development of pain relief drugs… to help treat people with severe arthritis,” Gracie shifted gears in 1988 towards spirits (Gin Cooperative, 2019). Eventually, that path led her to working alongside David Stewart, a master blender for William Grant & Sons who wanted to create a gin that both included a British identity and conjured imagery of a day in the garden.