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What does your drink say about you?

Jan 16, 2014 1:42:56 PM

Find out what your drink of choice says about you! Please note that all statements and opinions in this post are fictitious and sarcastic. Don't be sad if you read something you didn't want to see. Whether that means it's stating information you already knew, but didn't want to admit, or you didn't get the joke. It's all good. Take a breather.

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New February Brews!

Feb 12, 2013 2:46:41 PM

It's been a busy week of releases in the beer world, and that means we've got a bunch of new brews to offer you! Click below for an expanded break down of each beer and its flavor profile.

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Build Your Own Six Pack

Jan 14, 2013 10:55:23 AM

We created a special section for your single beer purchases. We have hundreds of loose beers have been added to our collection allowing you to mix and match different breweries and styles. This section has proven especially popular when relatives are visiting from out-of-town or when new seasonal brews are released. Need more incentive? Liquor Mart gladly gives you 20% off when you purchase six or more!

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Did you know?

Jan 22, 2011 2:02:44 PM

Did you know?

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That the co-creator of Paul Mitchell products is also  the co-creator of Patron Tequila.



360 degree vodka was the world's first eco-friendly vodka.



Jameson is currently the fastest growing premium spirits brand in the United States.  



Maker's 46 is the first new Maker's Mark product in more than 50 years. 



The makers of Baileys only use Irish milk chosen from specially chosen Irish farms. They do this because they say Irish cows are the happiest.



Pabst Beer is now called Pabst Blue Ribbon beer because it was the first beer to win a blue ribbon at the Chicago World's Fair in 1893.



Dry Fly Whiskey is the first whiskey to come out of Washington State since prohibition.



Bourbon is the official alcohol of the United States, by an act of Congress.

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