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Mac & Jack African Amber
Mac & Jack African Amber

Discovering the Bold Flavors of Mac & Jack's African Amber

When it comes to craft beer, the Pacific Northwest is a treasure trove of innovative and delicious brews. Among the many standout breweries in this region, Mac & Jack's Brewing Company holds a special place in the hearts of beer enthusiasts. One of their flagship creations, the African Amber, is a brew that has garnered a loyal following for its rich flavor and unique character.

The Origin of Mac & Jack's African Amber

Mac & Jack's Brew...

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Introducing Samuel Gelston's Irish Whiskey Cream Liqueur
Introducing Samuel Gelston's Irish Whiskey Cream Liqueur

At Martin Bruni Liquor, we always look for exciting new products to offer our customers. Our latest addition is sure to delight whiskey and cream liqueur lovers alike: Samuel Gelston's Irish Whiskey Cream Liqueur.

The result is a silky, luxurious drink that's perfect for sipping or mixing into cocktails. With an ABV of 17%, it packs just the right amount of punch while allowing the luscious flavors to shine through.

What sets Samuel Gelston's apart is its intense, well-rounded flavor profile. Tast...

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Elvis Whiskey Midnight Snack
Elvis Whiskey Midnight Snack

The King's Midnight Craving in a Bottle

If you're an Elvis fan or just someone who appreciates unique and indulgent flavors, you'll want to get your hands on the Elvis Whiskey Midnight Snack. This one-of-a-kind spirit captures the essence of the King's legendary late-night sandwich cravings in liquid form.

A Decadent Flavor Fusion

Imagine the rich, creamy taste of peanut butter swirled with the sweetness of ripe bananas and the savory, smoky notes of crispy bacon – all infused into a smooth whiskey...

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Big Nose Kate New Mexico Whiskey
Big Nose Kate New Mexico Whiskey

Are you looking for a whiskey that stands out in flavor and complexity? Big Nose Kate Whiskey, produced in New Mexico, is your ideal choice. Taking its namesake from a famous legendary figure of the Wild West, this spirit will surely add some adventure and uniqueness to any occasion. Crafted of carefully aged bourbon and grains spiced with traditional green chiles, Big Nose Kate's complex flavor profile will transport you to an entirely different environment yet f...

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JTS Bourbon
JTS Bourbon

J. T. S. Brown is a 100 proof Kentucky bourbon whiskey produced by the Heaven Hill Distillery company. The J.T.S. Brown label dates back to 1855. The distilling operation is in Louisville, Kentucky, and aging and bottling operations are in Bardstown, Kentucky. 

J.T.S Brown Bourbon is a 100% proof, Bottled in Bond Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey that has been produced since 1855 and is currently owned by the Sazerac Company.

This whiskey was named after James Thompson Smith Brown who was a Master...

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Solar Distilling

A new arrival to Martin Bruni Liquor is Solar Spirits a Sustainably produced line of Spirits that is unique not only with the process but also the use of Cranberries as a base.

Solar Spirits was founded and started in 2016 to be an environmentally friendly Craft Distillery in the Tri-Cities that fused artisan methods with technology, calling it “Craft-tech”. The system uses thermal oil to heat water for beer mashing, cleaning, and still operation.

Their slogan of Solar Spirits is "save the world...

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Oakshire Brewing Overcast Espresso Stout

Eugene Micro BrewOakshire Brewing out of Eugene, Oregon is a small batch brewing company founded in 2006.

A highly recommend beer of theirs is the Overcast Espresso Stout an American Stout giving the dark and silky stout with a shot of espresso which comes from Wandering Goat Coffee. The secret to their coffee is it is cold-brewing it - 13 to 16 hour steep extracts the coffee flavors you want in a beer. This beer is available year round. We like it for the perfect day to watch the waves rollin on a cold windy day...

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Wild Roots Vodka

Wild Roots, Berries & Booze 


Can Northwest fruit cure a hangover? A writer knocks 'em back to find out... for the good of humanity, of course


            BY LISA SIPE

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Chris Joseph had a problem. His girlfriend liked to drink fruit-infused vodkas, but they always left her feeling bad the next day. He also had a friend who was selling berries at the farmers market and was constantly trying to figure out what to do with the leftover fruit. 


  Joseph decided to buy some high quality vodka and use the extr...

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Champagne Tips


Keep your Cook’s California Champagne chilled at about 42 - 45°F.

Pre-chill your glasses until you are ready to enjoy your delicious Cook’s cocktail.

Don’t bubble over – when adding Cook’s California Champagne, pour only small amounts at a time to prevent foam-over.

Repeat until your glass is filled.


Whether it’s for a big party or to celebrate one of life’s little victories, here’s how to serve Cook’s with confidence.


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In Cocktails by Chrissy MartinSeptember 23, 2016

We all feel it; those last few sad moments when you are about to finish that bottle of bourbon or whiskey. It’s always so hard to say goodbye to that delicious water of life! Especially when it could be a bottle that you really enjoy and may not be able to get your hands on for a while.

So what do you do with your empty bottles? Do you trash them, recycle them or re-use them? For me, it will depend on the bott...

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How Martin Bruni Liquor became

Ocean Shores liquor store sells for $75,000

The former state liquor store in Ocean Shores liquor store has been auctioned a third time and the final bid was $200,000 less than a previous winning bid.

In the third round of bidding, where a $25,000 deposit was required, the Ocean Shores store went for $75,000.

The Ocean Shores store was one of six stores that had to be re-auctioned by the Washington State Liquor Control Board, which has been selling off the rights to retail liquor licenses under the...

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