Sent: 6/26/10

Greetings from Keystone Homebrew!

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Wine Tasting, Montgomeryville: Sunday, 6/27, 2-5 PM
Popular, Seasonal Winexpert Kits
What About the Picnic?

Montgomeryville, Sunday, June 27, 2:00-5:00 PM (Tomorrow!)
Would you like to try a variety of wines made from wine kits, fresh grapes, juice, fruit or honey? Visit our Montgomeryville store tomorrow (Sunday) between 2:00 and 5:00 PM for a free wine tasting event. Bring in a bottle of your own homemade wine, and receive a $5 coupon to our store. We will provide shelter from the elements, an assortment of snacks, and a few wines of our own. Free wine, free food and store savings–don’t miss it!

Winexpert is bringing back a couple of favorites and one new seasonal wine kit this summer. They each come with everything you need to produce 3 gallons of pure liquid decadence!

*Gold Medal Winner at the 2009 WineMaker Amateur Wine Competition*
There should be no surprise that this is back by incredibly popular demand. This wine is bursting with rich, intense .avours and aromas, has traditional Port character of warm, rounded cherries and plums, supported by a racy zing of bright raspberry. Perfumed with luscious liquid chocolate, it finishes with toasty oak and rich, dark, bittersweet aromas of coffee and vanilla. Excellent within three months, this wine will age beautifully. $114.95

*Gold Medal Winner at the 2009 WineMaker Amateur Wine Competition*
Thanks to the cool dry desert climate of the Okanagan Valley (British Columbia), grapes ripen to perfect intensity, with notes of honey, apricot, and spice. Winexpert’s Okanagan Peach Icewine style has deep floral notes, stone fruit and perfect sweetness, balanced with the sun-ripened perfume of a luscious peach. $116.95

The new kit on the block! Rich, intense blackberry flavors with lingering tannins and a gorgeous deep purple hue combine to be an excellent foil for the broad richness of traditional Port. $114.95

Due to scheduling conflicts and time commitments, we will not be able to host a Keystone Family Picnic this year, and we will not be distributing a newsletter until late August, just before the fall grape harvest. We apologize to all of you who look forward to the picnic every year. As many of you know, we are working hard on some exciting projects to improve your experience as customers, and we thank you for your patience and understanding!

Ferment on!

Jason Harris
Keystone Homebrew Supply
Proud Sponsor of the Philly Beer Geek Competition