Boddington's Pub Ale

First brewed in Manchester in 1778, Boddington's Pub Ale ($7) is a one-of-a-kind pale ale. Its pint-sized cans feature the "Draughtflow" system that uses a pressurized insert to release millions of tiny bubbles upon opening, creating the same creamy head as a traditional hand pulled draught. This tasty golden brew goes down great with lamb or game, or all by itself.

  • Cheerwine

    When we hear of something being cooked up by "the folks in North Carolina," soda isn't exactly the first thing that comes to mind. Nevertheless, Cheerwine ($30/case) is a unique, cherry-flavored soda made with real cane sugar in the hills of NC since 1917. Tastes great, and is a lot less likely to get you arrested than that other drink we're drinking right now thinking about.

  • TY KU White Sake

    Handmade using traditional Japanese brewing techniques and the finest ingredients — pristine water sourced from the Oirase River in Northern Japan, Yamada Nishiki rice, handmade koji, and proprietary yeast strains — TY KU White ($175) is a high-end, Daiginjo-rated sake that's sure to liven up your next sushi dinner. Brewing of the White stuff is overseen by legendary sakemaster Yoishio Koizumi, and its small batch nature combined with its striking, sleek white bottle make it a great gift, as well, whether it's for a friend, family member, or angry Yakuza.

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