The-Hennessy-250-Collectors-Blend-3Do you ever find yourself getting bored with your go-to booze? When you’ve grown tired of that mundane drink order, we’ll be here to walk you through what’s new and noteworthy this week:

Ty Ku Cucumber: Produced directly in the heartland of traditional rice wine (Nara, Japan), the sake label has added yet another flavor to its ever-expanding portfolio. Infusing premium Junmai sake with all-natural cucumber, giving the booze its crisp and refreshing taste, Ty Ku has successfully rolled out its new cucumber offering. Enjoy it mixed in cocktails or alone over ice; either way you’ll relish this sake’s smooth finish.

Innsmouth Olde Ale: Brewed using a variety of malts, including Chocolate malt and Chocolate rye, this English-style ale is the second addition to Narragansett Beer’s Lovecraft Series of limited edition brews. Available in six-packs of 16-once cans, you won’t want to miss out on this beer’s crisp and hoppy after taste.

Hennessy 250 Collector Blend: For the company’s 250th anniversary, Moet Hennessy revealed a new prestige Cognac in celebration of the significant mark in the brand’s history. Presented in a specifically designed gift box, the 250 Collector Blend is a limited edition of only 7,000 cases worldwide. For a hefty $600, you can purchase a 1-liter bottle of this unique blend, but get a move on—Hennessy predicts that the anniversary addition will sell out within one year.

Stone Brews: The California-based brewery has revamped its flagship Stone Pale Ale, making it known forever more as Stone Pale Ale 2.0. At 6%-abv, Stone Brewing’s newest addition contains Mandarina Bavaria, a relatively novel hop variety originating from Germany’s Bavaria region. Sounds fancy, right? Stone Pale Ale 2.0 is planned to be available year-round across 42 different states, so keep your eyes peeled—it’ll start appearing on shelves this week.