Do you ever feel bored with your go-to booze? When you’ve grown tired of that mundane drink order, we’ll be here to talk you through what’s new and noteworthy this week…

Maple Water Sake: We’re welcoming an entirely new product to the market, thanks to the innovative brewery Dovetail Sake and producers of pure maple water DRINKMaple. The two companies joined forces to create the first ever maple water sake on the market – Kōyō. The name, meant to signify autumnal change is made with hand-grown Koji, Yamada Nishiki rice, Japanese yeast and maple water. Find it first in restaurants and liquor stores in Boston, MA.

Unknown Brewing: On December 3rd, Unknown Brewing Company of Charlotte, NC is revealing their new beer to the market and it’s anything but smart – it’s Stupid (that’s the name). This Flanders Red Ale, whose name subtly hints at the Simpsons (a great gift for any avid fans) has an amber color and a light tart finish. With an ABV content of 7.2%, the 500mL bottles are sure to fly off the shelves.

Patron Holiday Bottles: Cheers to the second year in a row Patrón is proving that it does the Holidays right – and it’s really no surprise! For all those that pulled a tequila lover out of the swap draw, a limited edition 2016 large-sized One-Liter Patrón Silver bottle is the obvious choice. This year’s bottle, featuring a black and silver pewter label, is inspired by Mexico’s rich art deco design and is even packaged in a gift bag. Find it at fine spirits and liquor retailers across the country!

Angry Santa: Reasons to love seasonal changes? Seasonal beer releases. Rahr & Sons Brewing Company will unveil two winter beers by the end of the month – Bourbon Barrel Aged Winter Warmer and Angry Santa. Both starting from the base of Rahr & Son’s classic winter warmer – a savory dark ale with flavors of plum, raison and chocolate. Find these brews first in 22-ounce bottles around the Dallas-Fort Worth area or visit

Valentine Vodka: Valentine Distilling Company is hoping to see a massive spike in sales after releasing their first ever 30-second ad spot. The company, having recently won the title of “World’s Best Vodka” by wanted to make sure nobody will forget – can you blame them? The ad spot titled “World’s Best Vodka” features a visit to Vladimir Lenin’s tomb in Moscow. Check it out here.