Wine & Beer

Bottles and Books

Come sit for a while, buy and read a book, have a glass of wine (or two), schedule a time to sit with Friends and enjoy our space in Summerville.

WINE

We also sell bottles of wine to go!

Inscription Pinot Noir
$20

13.0 gls/32.0 btl'This wine delivers with fresh red fruit flavors, like raspberry and ripe strawberry. There are definitive Oregon flavors of mushroom, forest floor, and earth. This is rich and well built with oak and vanilla nuances attributed to aging in French oak.'

$20
Writer's Block Zinfandel
$20

10.0 gls/28.0 btl'A medium to full bodied red wine showing its varietal characters or red fruit, spice, clove, herbal tea, and bramble with approachable aromatics that open quickly in a glass. The aromatics are complex, and move from red fruit to green herb and some kind of bramble oak, some toasted oak, to citrus transitions occur fairly quickly. A supple mouth-feel shows bright fruit flavor transitioning into an accentuated finish with bright acidity and some spice. Significant tannins on the finish, textually good and young, prolonged after-taste increasing as wine continues to breathe.

$20
Public Radio Red Wine
$20

15.0 gls/40.0 btlVisually inviting with its bright garnet color, the 2017 Public Radio shows super fresh aromas of Bing cherry strawberry, and raspberry, with very subtle hints of violet and allspice. On the palate, the wine is seamless and has perfect balance. Fresh acidity, supple tannins and red fruit flavors create a synergy that is absolutely captivating and expressive of the very best that a Grenache-based wine can possibly offer, including a long fragrant finish.

$20
Fortnight Cabernet Sauvignon
$20

10.0 gls/28.0 btlFocused and deep aromatics offering an array of licorice, blueberry, vanilla, and currant that intermingles with a variety of spices such as mint and sage. On the palate, there are flavors of black fruits and cassis wound beautifully together with black cherry, dark chocolate and espresso. A nicely structured mid palate leads to a supple and sleek finish.

$20

Beers

Cooper River Tropical IPA
$6

Adding roasted malt to a light base helped achieve the body and color of a traditional Pale Ale with a lighter mouth feel. To develop a true pale ale taste, Cooper River added 3 varieties of west coast hops throughout for stages of the boil. To give it that killer tropical note and aftertaste, 3 more Washington State Hops were added during the extensive dry hop phase.

$6
Creature Comfort Athena
$6

Athena is a refreshing, gently tart German-style wheat beer. This take on the classic Berliner Weisse is brewed with a house blend of lactobacillus, which imparts notes of citrus, cider, and sauvignon blanc.

$6
Highland Pilsner
$6

A finely nuanced pilsner features German Hallertau Blanc hops and three other Hallertau region varietals. Saphir, Perle, and Hersbrucker hops add notes of stone fruit, pepper, and lush grass to the German pilsner malt body. Cold fermented with lager yeast for a crisp, dry finish.

$6
Bold Rock Apple Cider
$6

Crisp and refreshing, in this expertly crafted blend of Blue Ridge apples, the tart and the vibrant taste of Granny Smith comes through in every sip.

$6