RAR's newest addition to their line-up of 12 ounce cans 6 packs, is a long- anticipated Country Ride Pale Ale. Make no mistake, this is an American Pale Ale. Hops lead the way through out this straw-colored brew. The first thing you notice is the juicy aroma. From first sip til the last, the hops and malt balance very nicely, maintaining a crisp light flavor throughout this beer. Coming in at 5.8% ABV this beer is perfect for any situation where you may be having more than one. I see these blue cans in a cooler, at a tailgate, a cookout, or poolside. This is an IPA drinkers pale ale; However, its light flavor and moderate/light bitterness make it a great beer for someone not quite ready for a high IBU IPA. So, grab a sixer, your favorite koozie, and enjoy!


Looking for your next go-to citrus DIPA? You just found it. This flavor packed offering from Manor Hill Brewing immediately smacks your nostrils with revitalizing lemon and tangerine over a soft, subtle base of dank pine.


After a few minutes in your glass, the aroma mellows out into relaxing tropical fruit and pineapple. Moderately carbonated with a light - medium body and a clean finish, this beer is super crushable even at a respectable 8.3% alcohol by volume. Citrus and tropical fruit dominate the flavor, backed up by a bready malt sweetness kept in check with respectable, but not overpowering bitterness.


Whether you're looking for your next beach beer, a warming camping companion, or just an easy - drinking after work ale, Citra Splendor has you covered.

Alex's Pick: Manor Hill Brewing Citra Splendor 

My favorite drinks are the ones that remind me of summer and the beach.  Kenny Chesney's Blue Chair Pineapple Cream Rum tops that list.


Its tropical creamy flavor is not only great on the rocks, but also makes a delicious Piña Colada when mixed with Blue Chair's Coconut Rum. If you're feeling really adventurous, visit the website for the recipe to make a delicious Piña Colada pie.

 It is the flavor of the Caribbean in a bottle!

       Michael's Pick: Firesteed 2015 Willamette Valley Pinot Noir 

A very fruit driven wine that is juicy on the palate,  with cranberry, raspberry and cherry notes, that bring you to hints of spice with herbs notes and a touch of white pepper. The finish is rounded by a hint of vanilla and strawberry and a.nice crisp acidity that would make this wine a perfect food pair with a wide of array of choices, basically you can't go wrong pairing this wine with just about any dish.


At Wine World, we're proud to offer you a tremendous selection of beer, wine, and spirits. We're also happy to provide expert recommendations on products based on your taste and budget. Check back here regularly for new favorites, selected by our very own Wine World Team!

       Leslie's Pick:  Blue Chair Bay Pineapple Rum Cream

       Colin's Pick: Country Ride Pale Ale  RaR Brewing

Looking for a rockin’ Nebbiolo without the price point? Well, this is your wine! This weeknight drinker at around $12 a bottle is bound to surprise. Exploding with dry blueberry, cacao, and light pepper; this is a whole lot of wine for a friendly price tag. Its medium body makes it great with a wide variety of foods, from T-Bone Steak to Chicken Parmesan. This wine goes great with a Friday night with friends, or a quiet Monday night alone.

Rachel's Pick:  Tintero Langhe Nebbiolo 2017

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