Craft, Micro and Local Brews- And all the usual suspects served ice cold!
(Preamble: Cranberry Liquors wants to thank Baystone, Cape Cod Beer, Carolina, First Crush Horizon Beverages, Martignetti, Masciarelli, Monsieur Touton, MS Walker, Ruby and Trio Wine Company for their donations of product, their expert knowledge, excellent people and their donated time and service. The Toast of Harwich would not be the hyped up, killer event that it is [...]2
If you haven’t noticed already, there are a few celebrated local companies that have helped keep Cape Cod in the proverbial loop. Craft beer lovers everywhere rave about Cape Cod Beer, a brewery smack dab in the middle of Hyannis. Cranberry Liquors’ staff remembers when people would see a few guys cruising around, hand delivering their […]
As Cranberry Liquors works diligently on getting in the best in new wine that 2017 has to offer on our shelves, we are in the final countdown of our Winter Wine Sale! So, fellow aficionados, what will it be? 20% off of a full-bodied pinot noir, or 20% off of a couple bottles of your favorite […]
Craft Beer: It's what's for Christmas. What do Craft Beers and Christmas have in common? Answer: They are both here today and gone tomorrow. There’s a good reason why this time of year, the craft beer breweries are churning out some of their best limited release beers (pun 100% intended). For one, this is definitely [...]5
Cranberry Liquors is featuring our newest organic wines, beers and liquors. Our 2016 best organic wines, best organic beers and ciders, even organic liquors! C.Liquors Has A New Feature and it rhymes with VolcanicFrom Our Daily wines to organic gins and vodkas, Cranberry Liquors has made an investment in our organic product selection. When discussing [...]6
Seasonal Beer: From Pumpkin Spice to Winter Warmer Nights With so many choices this time of year, the fall is definitely great for trying new beer. Or, if you are like many of our customers, waiting for your favorite beer to be available again... Read More Cranberry Liquors $20 bottle of wine...Visit http://spiritofharwichport.com for more [...]7
March bring us to a moment for enjoying a good beer or two. Of course the traditional Irish beers come to mind for St. Patrick’s Day but there are others especially if you want to try something a bit different. The next time you stop into Cranberry Liquors, check out our growing selection of regional […]
So here’s something you don’t see every day; a beer that tastes like banana bread. Who’d a thunk?
What beer to drink when the autumn weather begins to turn the nights cool? Something with some real flavor and color? Try Sam Adams Octoberfest!