View Pettyjohn's July/August 2013 News Letter as PDF file

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View Pettyjohn's July/August 2013 News Letter as PDF file

Table Mesa Shopping CenterBoulder, Colorado 80305303-499-BEER (2337)www.pettyjohns.comBen’s Brew News –Save $1.00 or moreJuly Spotlight BreweryTwisted Pine’s Birthday!Come in and celebrate withthe Pettyjohn’s crew, what is theoccasion you ask? Well it issummer, it’s Independence Day,and it is Twisted Pine’s 18thBirthday! And for you thatmeans special pricing of a dollaror more off Twisted Pine 6 packs and 12packs. Quench you taste buds with theincreasingly popular Hoppy Boy, or soak upthe sun with your favorite Blonde Ale. Beat theheat with Twisted Pine’s intensely refreshingRaspberry Wheat. Compliment your steakdinner with the delicious American AmberAle. Or just kick back and rejoice in the daysaccomplishments with a Honey Brown Ale,great for enjoying a Colorado sunset. Anddon’t forget to give a Chilly Beer a try, EitherBilly’s or the Ghost Face Killer great forcooking or drinking. On Saturday July 13 theTwisted Pine Tap House will be hosting theAnniversary party from 2-7p.m. Including 30+beers, Live Music, Local Food Trucks, andmuch more. Check out the website for moreinformation. Can’t make the party? That’s okjust stock up on your favorite Twisted PinePackage at your favorite local liquor storePettyjohn’s. We look forward to seeing youthis summer and have a great Fourth of July.August Spotlight BreweryNew BelgiumThe Sun is high blasting you with its beamson your overworked and parched person.Summer is in full swing. You know what thatmeans: It is time for you to takea break and enjoy Colorado andall it has to offer. Slow down andsoak up our rivers, reservoirs,cook-outs, mountains, camping,New Belgium and Bicycles. Everysummer New Belgium hosts the “Tour de Fat”in Fort Collins, Denver and several other citiesthroughout the US which welcomes colorfulcostumes, bikers, and beer enthusiasts alike.Here at Pettyjohn’s we are getting into thespirit by making New Belgium our AugustSpotlight Brewery. You’ll find great deals of adollar or more off on all of their 12 packs andflagship/seasonal 6 packs. To boot, we’ll beraffling off a New Belgium “Fat Tire” bicycleto one of our lucky customers. This Augustdon’t miss out on your chance to win aniconic bike, and while you’re at it you mightas well pick up an ice cold discounted packfrom Colorado’s most famous microbrewery;how better to get into the spirit of thisuniquely Colorado event, the “Tour de Fat!”July/August 2013Upcoming TastingsSunday, August 18th – Nederland Rec Center Festival Travel tocool Nederland and enjoy live bands, beer and wine, and greatfood. All proceeds go to the Nederland Recreation Center.For more info call Dam Liquors 303-258-9002.Friday, Saturday, Sunday September 20th-22nd – ColoradoWinefest All weekend events in Grand Junction. Tour wineries,bike, winemaker dinners, and picnics in the park. Prices vary, formore info: www.coloradowinefest.comFriday, September 27th – Bookcliff Wine Tasting If you couldn’tmake the Wine Fest, Bookcliff wine makers will be at our weekly,FREE, in-store wine tasting from 5 to 7PM. Look for more Coloradowineries at our weekly in-store tastings throughout October.Tuesday, September 24th – Tom Lane with Italian Wines fromBedford International at Carelli’s Our first tasting of the season.Join Tom with some of our best Italian wines while enjoyingGreg’s yummy appetizers. Limited seating. $30 per person, call303-499-2337 to reserve your spot. A credit card is required.Tuesday, October 22nd – Our annual Kick Ass Cabernet TastingWe’ll be tasting for weeks to pick seven kick ass Cabernets from allover the world. Taste them while enjoying Greg’s yummy appetizers.$30 per person, limited seating, call 303-499-2337 to reserve yourspot. A credit card is required.The Great American Beer Festival (GABF) iscoming to the Colorado Convention CenterOctober 10th through 12th. Tickets are $75 andsell out quickly. They go on sale 7/31/12. To getthem go to www.greatamericanbeerfestival.com** Don’t forget our weekly, free, in-store wine tastings everyFriday night. From 5 to 7 PM. A great start of the weekend, andan opportunity to try-before-you-buy.**Winery Focus Noble TerroirTo build just about anything, a building, a business, a family…there are few essential aspects that are pretty crucial to succeed.Things like a foundation, location, and preparation, are just somethat come to mind. This idea of starting out with the essentialaspects needed to succeed is the exact concept that my friend Jamesde Roany has taken from an idea and turned to a brand. I met withJames last spring in Provence, France when he described his vision.We were both excited to be able to offer a brand that gives it’scustomers the assurance that all their products are from the bestvineyards from the best regions. And, within these regions, grapesare selected from the best vine blocks. This attention to detailprovides a consistent quality of expression to each customer, whichgives 100% typical wine for each region. By taking a simple conceptof starting with the best fruit, soil, and winemakers, James’ NobleTerroir has created an affordable and understandable series of winesthat are true to, and represent all the major growing regions ofFrance nobly. They are arriving this month and we are proud to beone of the first tofeature these bargains.All month long we willhave seven of theseterroir driven winesavailable and mostpriced under $10.! Ifyou have always had adesire to understandthe subtleties anddifferences betweenthe regions of France,the Noble Terroirwines are perfect tobolster your palate andJames de Roany and Tom Lane with theowner of Chateau Vauclase.push you on your wayto becoming a Frenchwine expert!

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