Mike’s Hard Lemonade Co. just keeps giving us reasons to drink. The latest additions to the spring lineup: Mike’s Harder Strawberry Pineapple Punch and Mike’s Harder Cherry Lime Smash. The new flavors hit shelves this March along with Mike’s Harder Strawberry Lemonade. We’ll save you one, if we don’t drink them all.

Forget a Bloody Mary, how about a Bloody Maryland? Philadelphia Distilling will be releasing a new vodka called “The Bay.” The booze combines vodka with “traditional Chesapeake Bay seasoning” (aka Old Bay) and will be available this March. We’re aren’t the biggest fans of crazy vodka flavors but we’re willing to give this one a try. Maybe with a side of soft shell crab?

Goose Island has announced the latest addition to their Fulton series: Golden Goddess. The brew comes as a collaboration between the Chicago brewery and their neighbors at Intelligentsia Coffee. Rather than produce the typical coffee and beer combo, the pair has created a beer infused with black oolong tea. Don’t expect to get this gem just anywhere though; it will only be available on draft in the Chicago area.

Jim Beam has introduced us to the devil… ahem, the Devil’s Cut that is. The new bourbon actually contains the whiskey that has soaked into wood of the barrel after years of aging. The added ingredient (wood?) gives the bourbon a smoky taste with a hint of sweetness. We can’t wait to get our hands on some.

Rye whiskey is back and here to stay. Backbone Bourbon Co. has just released their latest Bone Snapper Rye Whiskey and it certainly lives up to its name. The new booze is bottled after a short 24 months of aging, giving it a sharp but delicious taste. We hear it’s perfect for cocktails and sipping slowly, but honestly we’ll take it anyway we can.