Our Beer Selection
These are all the different types of beer we sell in our store, but the examples on each section are just a very small selection of all the products we sell. Come visit our store to see our wide variety of beers! If there’s something we don’t have that you’d like, give us a call or send us a request below.
Ales are often darker than lagers, ranging from rich gold to reddish amber. Top fermenting, and more hops in the wort gives these beers a distinctive fruitfulness, acidity and pleasantly bitter seasoning. Ales have a more assertive, individual personality than lager, though their alcoholic strength is the same.
A lager, which can range from sweet to bitter and pale to black, is usually used to describe bottom-fermented brews of Dutch, German, and Czech styles. Most, however, are a pale to medium colour, have high carbonation, and a medium to high hop flavour.
Stouts & Porters
Stouts & Porters
Porter is a dark, almost black, fruity-dry, top fermenting style. An ale, porter is brewed with a combination of roasted malt to impart flavour, colour and aroma. Stout is also a black, roast brew made by top fermentation.
Stout, not as sweet to the taste, features a rich, creamy head and is flavoured and coloured by barley. Stouts often use a portion of unmalted roasted barley to develop a dark, slightly astringent, coffee-like character.
While Colt 45, St. Ides, Schlitz, Mickey's, Steel Reserve, King Cobra, and Olde English 800 are most closely associated with malt liquors in the United States, the beverage itself is older than these products.
Also closely associated to this are what are called "Alcopops". They are not technically Malt beers but these are malt beverages. Flavored malt beverages exhibit little or no traditional beer or malt beverage character. Their flavor is derived primarily from added flavors rather than from malt and other materials used in fermentation. At the same time, flavored malt beverages are marketed in traditional beer-type bottles and cans and distributed to the alcohol beverage market through beer and malt beverage wholesalers, and their alcohol content is similar to other malt beverages in the 4-6% alcohol by volume range.
Grand Canyon Spirits stocks a large selection of both of these types of alcohols.
IPA (India Pale Ale)
A hoppier version of pale ale. Originally brewed in England with extra hops to survive the journey to British troops stationed in India.
IPAs make up our largest stock of beer. They are quite popular so we stock a large selections to provide what the people want! We offer many other types of beer from the brands you see below.
Local (Arizona & Flagstaff)
Check out our local beer selection! We stock multiple types of the below brands, plus many many more. Come by the store today to see all our other local beers from across the state of Arizona! We also stock many beers from California and New Mexico breweries.
Our Wine Selection
These are all the different types of wine we sell in our store, but the examples on each section are just a very small sample of all the products we sell. Come visit our store to see our wide variety of wine! If there’s something we don’t have that you’d like, give us a call or send us a request below.
Our Liquor Selection
These are all the different types of liquor we sell in our store, but the examples on each section are just a very small sample of all the products we sell. Come visit our store to see our wide variety of liquor (especially our whiskeys)! If there’s something we don’t have that you’d like, give us a call or send us a request below.
Scotches come from Scotland and must age for a minimum of three years, are aged in bourbon barrels and are distilled twice. Irish Whiskey differs from Scotch on how its made as it’s triple distilled, and the distillers often introduce enzymes to change the starches to sugar before fermentation even begins. Of the American Whiskey types, bourbon is made up of at least 51% corn and is aged in charred, new oak barrels. Rye whiskey is made up of at least 51% rye, and is also aged in charred, new oak barrels. Similar to bourbon, Tennessee Whiskey must meet all the requirements of a bourbon, but must be produced in Tennessee. Most Canadian whiskeys are considered rye whiskeys, although they they may be made of mostly corn and note rye. Of the world whiskeys, Japanese whiskey has become very popular lately, with similarities to Scotch, but offers more variety.
There are many types of liqueurs available-more than you could ever imagine! Some popular liqueurs are: Amaretto (almond-flavored liqueur), Brandy, Schnapps of many variations, Chambord, Coffee Liqueur, Creme de Menthe, Grand Marnier, Jagermeister, Kahlua, among many others. These are often used as mixers, and are made in many various ways.
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