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Treat Mama Right!

Though technically every day you show you care (right?!), treat mama right this Mama’s Day with some TLC in the form of Good Food! Brunch or dinner, a picnic in the park, we’re here to help you treat mama like the hero she is.

MamasBrunch_WebOur chefs have crafted a light, fresh, spring menu that is sure to wow, featuring our Shrimp Louie with Oregon bay shrimp, butter lettuce, avocado, and cherry tomatoes with creamy Old Bay thousand island dressing. Pair it with our new, house-made Wild Salmon Rillettes with lemon and aleppo pepper, and our seasonal Quiche Maman with asparagus, Marin French “Petite Breakfast” Cheese, spring onion, and fines herbes. View the complete Mama’s Day menu here, available in the Markets and online for delivery May 6 through May 8.

Our bakers have whipped up something truly special for the truly special mamas in your life, the Creamery’s new Tarte aux Fraises. Made with peak season, farm-direct strawberries and almond frangipane, studded with pistachios, it’s a decadent and unique treat.

To complement this colorful spread, our cheese team is featuring brunch-friendly cheeses, like Marin French Cheese’s Petites (on sale now for only $3.99), plus an assortment of favorites like Cowgirl Creamery’s Mt. Tam and Fromagerie Onetik’s Tomme Brebis Chevre.

Gifts for mama? We’ve got some great Good Food ideas:

  • DIY Strawberry Shortcakes: Give mama a sweet treat, plus get the ingredients delivered to your door!
  • Gorgeous farm-direct flowers: Our florists will be creating custom bouquets in front of both Markets Saturday, May 7 and Sunday, May 8, 9am to 5pm; or, order farm-direct flowers from Instacart for delivery within an hour.
  • Seasonal Craft Cocktails: Our friends The Bon Vivants have created two beautiful, seasonal gin cocktails perfect for brunch or a day in the sun.
  • Handcrafted Chocolates & Truffles: Our Grocery Team has brought a collection of beautiful, handmade confections, truffles, and more so you can wow with chocolate.  Highlights include Chocolate Moderne’s Champagne Chic (chocolate-covered bonbons with double chocolate ganache in a champagne truffle), and Recchiuti’s Classic Truffles (traditional French-style rolled truffles).

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Spring Wine Blitz is Back – come taste it!

Our annual Spring Wine Blitz is just around the corner! To tempt the taste buds, we’re throwing a preview tasting at 18 Reasons starting at 6pm on April 21. We’ll be pouring over 25 of our favorite wines to give our guests a taste of our diverse selections. Wine Blitz starts on Monday, April 25th through Sunday, May 1st, and we offer 20% off when you buy 12 bottles or more.

Our expert wine team will be on hand at Thursday’s Preview Tasting to help customize a case (or two!) for you. It’s a fantastic opportunity to pick their brains about their favorites this season, and there are still a few tickets left for purchase!

Check out some of the wines we’ll be pouring Thursday night:

Grossot Chablis Burgundy, France 2012

A stellar Chardonnay from Chablis, this is an incredible value from a great vintage in the region. Oysters would be a tasty decadence with this wine. Reg: $24.99 Blitz Price: $19.99

Skylark “Pink Belly” Mendocino, CA 2015

A Bi-Rite favorite, this Rosé is made by local San Francisco sommeliers Robert Perkins and John Lancaster of Boulevard. It’s dry, crisp, and ready for a picnic. Reg: $19.99 Blitz Price: $15.99

Baker Lane Syrah Sonoma Coast, CA 2012

A beautiful Syrah sourced from Stephen Singer’s impeccable vineyards. Black fruits with a spicy savory finish, this is great with burgers and grilled meat. Reg: $24.99 Blitz Price: $19.99

Fredi Torres Priorat “Classic” Catalan, Spain 2014
Fredi Torres is a rising star in Catalan and this Priorat is the reason why. Elegant, complex, and food-friendly are three descriptors Priorat was not previously known for. Reg: $24.99 Blitz price: $19.99


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Happy Passover from Bi-Rite!

FINALSederPlatewGoblet The celebration of Passover is an ancient and rich tradition, and we are happy to offer wide range of grocery, produce, and butcher items to complete your seder preparations, as well as a complete, house-made Passover menu so you can spend less time in the kitchen and more time with friends and family.

Our produce department will be featuring fresh horseradish root and organic, curly parsley for seder plates, while our Grocery team has a collection of Passover essentials and guest favorites, like the extremely limited-production, handmade Vermatzah. Made by Julie Sperling and Doug Freilich in Middletown Springs, Vermont, who carry on a 5,000-year-old tradition of baking matzah on an open fire.

BrisketOur butchers are showcasing beautiful, 100% Grass-Fed BN Ranch Beef Brisket for your Passover table. If you’re cooking for Passover, try our Zinfandel-Braised Beef Brisket recipe and shop it conveniently from our online store to have the ingredients delivered to your door! If you prefer lamb for Passover, we have two wonderful lamb producers supplying us with the season’s finest, tastiest lamb.  Learn more about what makes our lamb program so special here.

BlueberryCheesecake_InstacartIf time is tight, our chefs have crafted a complete, house-made Passover menu for your dining convenience, including old favorites and new, seasonal specialties. It wouldn’t be a holiday meal without desserts from Bi-Rite Creamery, like our Flourless Cheesecake – creamy, luscious and topped with the season’s finest blueberries! Our house-made Passover menu will be available in the Markets and for order on Instacart April 18 through April 30, for delivery within an hour.

To round out your meal, our wine team has curated standout kosher wines that go above and beyond the traditional Manischewitz (though we have that, too!).  Try the Domaines Bunan Côtes de Provence Rouge 2012, a full-bodied Cabernet Suavignon with savory notes of black fruits and spice, or the Golan Heights “Yarden” Sauvignon Blanc 2014, a classic Bordeaux-style Sauvignon Blanc from a cool climate site in Israel with herbaceous character and complex fruit.

Short on time? Let Instacart shop for you – find everything you need for Passover from our online Passover aisle and have it all delivered to your door!


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Saison’s in Season

The term “farmhouse ale” can invoke romantic visions of a beautiful countryside, animals grazing along a country road, or rustic wooden tables where you sit drinking your beer with a hearty stew and crusty bread. Romantic, yes, but that’s pretty much where saisons got their start.

logsdon-farmhouse-ales-533x400Farmhouse ales have their roots in the farmland once known as Flanders, a region that currently stretches right along the border of Belgium and France. Before the Industrial Revolution, agriculture in the area attracted many seasonal workers, better known as saisonniers. Although the crops being harvested were intended for sale, the ales brewed at the farmhouse were not. Farmer-brewers made these beers to be consumed by the laborers, not unlike the ‘family meal’ modern day restaurant owners provide for their staff. In fact, a certain allotment of daily beer was often part of the saisonniers’ entitled pay.

Nowadays, seasonal beers can feel like a marketing ploy, but before refrigeration they were a necessity: brewing conditions and temperatures were only optimal for a short period of time when temperatures were cool enough to prevent spoilage. Beers brewed in cooler months were stored for drinking the rest of the year; they had to be robust enough to last through months of storage (even in hot weather), yet still bright and refreshing enough to quench the thirst of tired farm workers.

These farmhouse ales are also known as saisons, which is French for “seasons.” Classic saisons tend to have distinct hop flavors with bright, fruity aromas, a smack of tartness, and a crisp dry finish. Saisons are very similar to wine in that they manage to be complex and full-flavored, yet delicate and refreshing, which means they are some of the best food partners in the world of beer. The herbal hop flavors, the bready malt, and the fruity, tart qualities created during fermentation each latch onto food and make your meal taste better.

While not located in remote farmhouse settings, many American craft brewers have also taken up the style, and are experimenting with riffs that include funky Brettanomyces and new flavor additions. Savor the season and try some saisons this spring:

DupontleForetBrasserie Dupont Le Forêt | $11.99/750mL
Saison Dupont might be the saison gold standard but we love the Forêt, the brewery’s organic, slightly stronger version. Aromas of blood orange and cinnamon with flavors of vanilla malt, black plumbs and lemon tang. This brewery is credited with saving the saison style when it was near extinction and makes us extremely thankful for that.

PigeonelleBrasseriede la  Pigeonnelle Loirette | $9.99/750mL
The Harddouin brothers started off as beer distributors in Paris, and after years of working with the likes of Cantillon and Dupont, they decided to start making it on their own. They moved into a family property in Touraine and developed a deep love of the beers of Belgium, from the heavily sour styles to the lighter farmhouse ales. They only work with organic ingredients and Loirette is their first beer.  It’s refreshing, creamy, with flavors of bread and white pepper.

PerennailPerennial Artisan Ales Saison de Lis | $10.99/750mL
One of our favorite domestic breweries, Perennial Artisan Ales focuses on using local, seasonal, and organic ingredients in making their ales. Located in St. Louis, their beers are influenced by Belgian farmhouse ales.  Their Saison de Lis is brewed with local chamomile flowers and fermented with a traditional saison yeast strain that imparts fruity and spicy notes. The chamomile adds a tea-like quality that finishes dry, tart, and refreshing.


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Fill Your Easter Basket with Good Food

Fill your Easter basket with Good Food! The Bi-Rite Family has prepared an Easter feast perfect for an al fresco brunch or a pull-out-all-the-stops Sunday dinner. With traditional lamb roasts from our butchers, beautiful local produce from our farmers, light and refreshing house-made dishes from our chefs, and desserts from Bi-Rite Creamery that range from the traditional to the simply seasonal, we’re here to help you craft the perfect Easter meal for your family and friends.

From our Butchers

SpringLambOur butchers are bringing you some of the highest quality, sustainably-raised and harvested products for your Easter table, including the limited availability Don Watson Milk-Fed Spring Lamb (starting at $12.99/lb), with exceptionally tender texture and incredibly mild flavor. Our butchers are receiving whole lambs and butchering to order, so be sure to pre-order your preferred cuts today! A fantastic option for those seeking a twist on tradition, our Butcher’s Cut Spring Lamb Roast Recipe is sure to be a showstopper for your guests.

For those looking for classic lamb flavors and the larger-size leg, we’re pleased to offer BN Ranch Pasture-Raised, Grass-Fed Lamb (starting at $9.99/lb) from the Sacramento Delta, also available for convenient delivery from our online Market. Read more about what makes these lamb programs so special on our blog. If lamb isn’t your jam, we’re also featuring a selection of hams from Rancho Llano Seco, Niman Ranch, and Fra’Mani, also available from our online Market.

From our Chefs

Our chefs have prepared a beautiful house-made menu for your Easter celebrations, showcasing refreshing spring flavors like Grilled Local Artichokes with White Beans & Hikari Farms Greens ($13.99/lb) and Grilled Wild Alaskan Coho Salmon with Lemony Spring Pea Hummus & Shaved Radish ($11.99/ea). Perfect for brunch in the park or a fine Easter dinner, our house-made Easter menu will be available in the Markets and on Instacart March 25 through March 27.  If you’d like to pre-order your Easter feast, just give us a call, click here to view the menu!

From our Creamery & Bakeshop

FINALHotCrossandTeaThe Creamery is featuring some beautiful spring desserts for Easter, including the traditional Hot Cross Buns: sweet, yeasted buns baked with lemon, orange, and golden raising, topped with vanilla buttercream ($7.99/4-pack).  Venture beyond the classics with our Lemon Chiffon Cake with Citrus Glaze ($9.99/ea) or our Citrus Yogurt Panna Cotta, a Greek yogurt panna cotta with a layer of caramel, topped with candied kumquats ($5.99/ea). All Creamery & Bakeshop desserts will be available with the Easter menu, in the Markets and on Instacart. Visit the Creamery or Scoop Shop for our seasonal sundae, the Easter Bonnet featuring our seasonal Meyer Lemon ice cream with gingersnap cookie pieces, caramel sauce and whipped cream (available now until Easter Sunday).

From our Grocery team

FINALColombaChocolate bunnies abound! Our Grocery team has selected some of their favorite Easter treats to fill your baskets, like the Poco Dolce Olive Oil Rabbit ($12.99) and the Chocolat Moderne Brown Speckled Egg ($12.99), as beautiful as they are delicious. Don’t forget the Fiasconaro Colomba di Pasqua ($24.99)! Like Christmas panettone, this leavened cake is fashioned into the shape of a dove and filled with fresh candied orange, topped with Avola almond icing – extremely limited, it makes for a very special Easter dessert.  Plus, it wouldn’t be Easter without egg dying: we have a fantastic selection of pasture-raised eggs in both Markets and Color Kitchen’s Natural Egg Coloring Kit ($11.99) to dye them with!

From our Floral team

large_9acaf726-f303-4a6e-9f4c-f3c30b79f4acSpring is the season for local, farm direct, organic flowers from some of our favorite farmers like Full Belly Farm, Fifth Crow Farm, and Front Porch Farm. Just in time for Easter, Full Belly Farm is bringing back their gorgeous mixed farm bouquets. Look our for organic Ranunculus and Poppies from Front Porch Farm too.  Or, let our floral team create a unique bouquet for your Easter Sunday – we are featuring our Bi-Rite Mixed Bouquet ($24.99) plus our florists will be in front of the Markets 9am-6pm March 26 and 27, making floral happiness one bouquet at a time.

From our Wine & Cheese teams

Round out your Easter meal with the lovely Raventos Blanc de Nit Rose Cava ($24.99), perfect for brunch or dinner.  Pair it with a simple cheese selection, great for spring salads or as a light cheese course, including Marin French Petite Breakfast ($5.99) and Andante Dairy Fresh Chevre ($7.99).

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Whatever your Easter needs, we’re here to help you create a memorable meal for your family and friends. Short on time? Shop online! Our online Easter aisle allows you to build your Easter meal and have it delivered to your door!


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Rosé City, Population: You.

RoseCity_webNow the rains have subsided and clearer skies are up ahead, we can finally talk about the 2015 Rosé that is starting to arrive at the Markets. The combination of hot weather and the ongoing drought last year has finally reached our California vineyards.  Last year’s yields were really low, thus, winemakers didn’t have a lot of grapes to work with. The majority of the yields went to making red wine production and what little they had left went to making Rosé. The smaller crop results in a limited quantity of Rosé from some of our favorite producers like Arnot-Roberts, A Tribute to Grace, and Unti.

RoseCityThe good news, however, is that we have the opportunity to offer new producers that we love when some of our old favorites sell out, so keep an eye throughout the spring and summer for exciting new Rosé producers from Oregon, France, Italy, and Spain. Also, despite the small crop, the quality of the grapes was excellent and the Rosé we’ve tasted have all been stellar! Our motto this year? Savor (and stock up on) your favorites, and make room in your cellar for someone new. Here are a few we’re currently sipping:

Tatomer Rosé Edna Valley, CA 2015 | $29.99
Graham Tatomer is known for making amazing Gruner Veltliner and Riesling down in Santa Barbara, but has recently gotten hold of some amazing Pinot Noir grapes and produced stunning red from it. However, his Pinot Noir Rosé should not be overlooked. Picked for Rosé and pressed off the skins, the Tatomer Rosé is fresh and lively with floral aromas and watermelon fruit notes. Completely dry, this is one Rosé I can drink all day. Get this soon as we have a limited supply of it.

Upwell California Rosé Lodi, CA 2015 | $16.99
Upwell is a side project of Sam Sheehan, the winemaker for Poe Wines, one of our favorite wineries. While she does make a Pinot Noir/Pinot Meunier blend under her own label, Upwell is an exclusive Rosé she made exclusively for us in California. Made from old vine Grenache, this lovely wine has aromas of flowers and spices with a dry, mineral finish.

Arnot-Roberts Rosé Clear Lake, CA 2015 | $27.99
We got a tiny, tiny amount of this sought-after Rosé from Duncan Arnot Meyers and Nathan Lee Roberts. While we would love to pop this wine open right now and drink it, Arnot-Roberts Rosé actually shows best a year later. Made from Touriga Nacional, the principal grape of Port, this wine displays aromas of melon and blood orange with brisk acidity and freshness.


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An Amaro Love Affair

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“Amaro,” the word for “bitter” in Italian, is also a broad and loosely defined category of bittersweet, Italian-born, herbal spirits flavored through maceration. While consistently enjoyed in Western Europe for hundreds of years, only recently has American interest and excitement in amari (plural for amaro) been renewed. In San Francisco, one can visit places like Locanda and Trick Dog just to taste the range of amari available in the U.S. today.

One of amaro’s unique traits is that it epitomizes a true sense of terroir; the flavors of these liqueurs are defined by either the botanicals that grow in the region in which they are produced, or by ingredients heralded centuries ago for their medicinal benefits. The bitterness of amari is one of the reasons they are so versatile in cocktails. It balances quite well with sweeter spirits like rum and bourbon.

We’re excited to offer a fantastic selection of Italian amari so you can explore the terroir and history of Italian spirits. Which is your favorite? Be sure to try our new amaro cocktail recipes, created for us by Josh Harris of The Bon Vivants and Trick Dog, and experiment on your own!  Tweet us your favorite amaro cocktail!

AmaroMelettiMeletti Amaro | Marche, Italy | $19.99
Meletti is a bit astringent for an amaro; its somewhat hot and bright entry is tamed quickly by sweetness. The initial flavors are of orange zest, chocolate, and licorice. Subsequent sips show cardamom and cinnamon. In 1870, Silvio Meletti began producing a popular anise-flavored liqueur bearing his name. Years later, he added an amaro to the line. Meletti is unique in a few ways, principal among them is the addition of saffron—quite an expensive ingredient indeed.

AmaroLucanoLucano Amaro | Basilicata,  Italy | $26.99
Silky like a liqueur, both bitter and sweet in varying degrees, aromatically complex, and quite simply delicious and fascinating. A sophisticated exploration of over 30 herbs, including Roman absinthe, wormwood, clary sage, orange peel, elderberry, and aloe. Amaro Lucano’s roots go back to 1894 in the tiny village of Pisticci, of the Lucania region in the province of Matera, where Pasquale Vena created a special recipe in the backroom of his famous cookie bakery, which is still a well-kept secret today.

amaroMonetnegroMontenegro Amaro | Bologna, Italy | $29.99
This bitter is flavored with licorice root, saffron, and orange peel. Despite its light rust color, this Amaro from Bologna has rich herbal aromas that segue to deep, slightly sweet flavors and a citrusy finish. Amaro Montenegro, “The liqueur of the virtues,” was created in 1885 by distiller and herbalist, Stanislao Cobianchi. The name Montenegro is a homage to the second queen of Italy, Princess Elena Petrović-Njegoš of Montenegro, on occasion of her marriage in 1896 to Victor Emmanuel III, the Itlian sovereign at the time.

AmaroVarnelliVarnelli Sibilla Amaro | Marche, Italy | $54.99
Named after the impressive mountain range in the Southwestern corner of the Marche, this spirit is a must-try for amaro fans. The flavor profile definitely leans toward the drier, more herbaceous end of the spectrum and will seem quite bitter if you are used to Averna or Montenegro. The botanicals are wood smoked before maceration which adds a degree of complexity seldom found in Amari. Mountain honey is used sparingly to balance the bitter flavors. I have found Sibillia to be a delicious digestive, but also quite delightful at the shore when mixed with tonic and an orange rind.

AmaroFernetContratto Fernet | Piedmonte, Italy | $44.99
Based on the original 1920s family recipe this traditional Fernet puts a heavy emphasis on anise, licorice, saffron, clover, and chamomile. The grappa base complements the complex floral aromas well and the layers of flavor don’t come across as too bitter or too sweet. There are so many wonderful ways to drink this old-school liqueur.

AmaroAmaraAmara Amaro d’Arancia | Sicily, Italy | $34.99
Made in Sicily from blood oranges grown near the volcanic slopes of Mount Etna, it’s a citrus-dominated liqueur with only a slight bitterness that marries well with hints of baking spice. The finish is like the purest expression of citrus peel I’ve ever tasted in a spirit, giving the Amara a versatility that is simply off the charts. You can sip it after dinner as a digestivo, add soda water to make a spritz, mix it into a Negroni, or simply pour it over ice.


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Que Sera Syrah?

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Five years ago, there was an inside joke in the wine world: “What’s the difference between a case of Syrah and the flu? You can get rid of the flu.” That’s how sad the state of Syrah was. Consumers were confused about Syrah, from the rich, fruity, Australian Shiraz style to the savory, mineral-driven wines of the Northern Rhone. California Syrah winemakers were confused about which style to emulate, as they attempted to create wines that would score points with critics.

Luckily, much has changed in five years: California winemakers are more confident and are sourcing the grape from sites that are better-suited for Syrah. They look towards the Rhone Valley for inspiration, from elegant, floral Crozes-Hermitage to savory and powerful Côte-Rôtie. With this renewed, unified focus on Syrah, this is the best time to start exploring this beautiful grape from California to the Rhone Valley.

Visit the Markets and speak to our wine specialists, and start exploring the nuanced world of Syrah with a few of our favorites:

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Copain “Tous Ensemble” Syrah | $19.99
With savory character and notes of black olives, this Syrah shows restraint instead of anything over top. Winemaker Wells Guthrie looks toward Northern Rhone with his elegant Syrah; the Tous Ensemble comes from three vineyards in Mendocino County.

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Emmanuel Darnaud “Mise en Bouche” Crozes-Hermitage | $24.99
Bistro friendly and easy to quaff, this entry-level cuvée is made from a selection of younger vines with the trademark aromas of black fruits, violets, and olives. Emmanuel Darnaud is a rising star in Crozes-Hermitage and anyone who has tasted his remarkable Syrah understands.

Clusel-Roch

 

Clusel-Roch “Classique” Côte Rôtie | $61.99
Aromas of violets and blackberry with savory flavors of bacon and olives, this is a stunning wine from one of the best producers in Côte-Rôtie. Named after its owners, Gilbert Clusel and Brigitte Roch, Clusel-Roch is a biodynamic producer in the Northern Rhone – this is textbook Syrah from one of the best appellations for it.


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Drink Strong

Strong_beer_ webWest Coast beer drinkers love strong beer, as evidenced by popular breweries in California known for their IPAs.  Breweries including Lagunitas, Stone Brewing Co., Ballast Point, and Bear Republic are all well-known for their expertise with India Pale Ales. However, it was brewmaster Vinnie Cilurzo of Russian River Brewing who took it to the next level when he created Pliny the Elder, the first Imperial IPA (or Double IPA, as it is more commonly known). The double refers to the two letter I’s in the Imperial IPA (IIPA) and not double the strength or hops. Imperial IPAs  have a lengthier brewing process and higher alcohol content, roughly 10% ABV versus IPAs at 7.5% ABV.

Though Pliny the Elder was the first of its kind and the most popular (we sell out in one day at our Mission location), there are plenty of other California breweries that are putting their own twist on this style and making wonderful Imperial IPAs that should be celebrated. Easier to acquire than Pliny, they’re uniquely delicious and drinkable in their own right.  Next time you’re in the Markets, “Drink Strong” and choose a new Imperial IPA.

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Ballast Point “Dorado” 22 oz | $8.99
Dorado Imperial IPA immediately hooks you with massive hops that never stop. Mash hopping, kettle hopping, and dry hopping make this beer a serious hop-lover’s prize catch. It’s an amazingly drinkable, award-winning beer that’s as beautifully balanced as it is big.

FirestoneWalkerFirestone Walker “Double Jack” 22 oz | $7.99
Aggressively hopped and flawlessly balanced, the Double Jack opens up with bright grapefruit and tangerine hop aromas, with notes of stone fruit and pine.

HopStoopid

 

Lagunitas “Hop Stoopid” 22 oz | $4.99
Big in flavor, aroma, and hops! This Imperial IPA has a well-balanced malty backbone and pine/citrus forward hop character. Crisp, refreshing, and easy drinking.

Mongo

 

Port Brewing Co. “Mongo” 22 oz | $7.99
Named in honor of the brewery’s cat, this Imperial IPA has aromas of orange and mango with a citrus and piney bitterness.

Shop our entire selection of Imperial IPAs in our Markets or through our online Market for convenient delivery within an hour!


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Red Carpet Hits for Oscar Sunday

Hollywood-Movies-01We’ve got a complete round-up of red carpet-worthy Oscar looks, perfect for your star-studded shindig or “Who wore it best?” get together with friends.

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The Classic Beauty
This perennial guest-favorite Kale Salad with Chickpeas, Radish, Sunflower Seeds & Lemon Tahini Dressing is clean, fresh, and never goes out of style!

The Risk Taker
Take a chance and wow your guests with an over-the-top charcuterie platter. Create your own or let Bi-Rite Catering do it for you (deadline to order for Sunday is 3pm Friday).

The Sparkler
Toast the winners with J. Lassalle ‘Cachet D’Or’ Premier Cru Brut, and celebrate with bright notes of pear, anise, and ginger.

The Sweetheart
Charm your guests (and the paparazzi) with this picture-perfect Sour Cream Lemon Pie with Graham Crust, and indulge in desserts from Bi-Rite Creamery & Bakeshop.

Order the full collection of Oscars food and drink for convenient delivery from our online Market.