EVERYTHING
NOT
BEER
Even we beer people are sometimes
forced to drink something other than
beer. As a public service to beer lovers
everywhere BeerNexus presents the only
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everything not beer!
Sipp’s, latest flavor, Lemon Flower, is a fine organic soda.  The
company has taken a flavor that’s classic at its core and elevaed it
with elderflower and tarragon. The resulting mixture is balanced,
flavorful, and light in the mouth, with just the right amount of each
flavor. The light floral notes tempers the sharpness of the citrus and
the agave that sweetens the drink  (100 calories per 12 oz. bottle)
Highly Recommended
Reviews for Jan.  2016
Stumptown Coffee's “Grand Cru” is a new concept in cold brew coffee. It
is formulated using the company's best of the best coffee and releases it
in a small-batch form.  The flavor is super fresh and clean.  it has notes
of orange blossom, papaya juice and a sweet creme brulee finish.  As far
as bottled cold brew goes, this is definitely the gold standard   
Recommended (this reflects one level reduction due to price of $28 a 750ml bottle)
edited by Jim Attacap
The Beet variety of Bolthouse Farms’ 1915 juice is a traditional cold-
pressed juice formulation blending beets, carrots, oranges and lemon,
Flavor has notes of earthiness from the carrots, while the sweet citrus
flavor of oranges (as well as the natural sugars in the beets and
carrots) provide a modest amount of sweetness. Well made but so are
others of this type.
Recommended
Of the three Boylan Heritage varieties, Ginger is the only one that is
palatable enough to be consumed straight up in addition to being a mixer.
Either way, this product is,bold and balanced. It’s spicy, but not hot, with a
flavor strong enough to hold up with a variety of beverages. It has key lime
extract, which seems to give the product a slight citrusy zing to its finish.
Recommended mainly as a mixer.
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