Edmonds handcrafts its wines in small, open-top fermentation tanks before aging them in small oak barrels. Producing only 1,000 cases of wine a year, the winery distributes them to local restaurants and gourmet shops. During your wine tasting, you'll get to try a variety of varietals, such as the sweet and dry 2008 Gewurtztraminer ($15), the intensely fruity 2007 Slide Ridge ($29), or the 2007 Delorious ($23), a wine made of equal parts delicious and glorious. Take note of which wine agrees with your flavor receptors and mind-matter the most, then take home a bottle.
Brickyard Brewing's beer-makers brew what they want, when they want. And though the brewers usually lean toward American-style ales, the only strict requirement they have is to create craft beer that?according to their website?tastes "darn good." Started by neighbors Ean and Joe, Brickyard Brewing reinvigorates the pioneering spirit of brewing. The pair has 10+ years of experience in the industry and takes pride in crafting original recipes.
Anyone can sample the latest creations for themselves five days a week inside Brickyard Brewing's taproom, where bartenders serve up samples, flights, and pints. Visitors can also fill up kegs and growlers to go, or look for Brickyard's brews at one of its many wholesale partners.
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Something strange happens as soon someone steps through the gates outside of Camlann Medieval Village. The past seven centuries of human existence instantly disappear, and that same person?who once existed in a world of smart phones and talking fire hydrants?now finds his or herself in living history museum of the medieval era. A narrow street winds through a rural village, where villagers make their artisanal goods in full view.
Another attraction inside Camlann Medieval Village is The Bors Hede Inne Restaurant, which keeps its doors open year-round. An innkeeper greets guests and welcomes them into the dining room, which is usually warmed by a roaring fireplace. There, glasses of mead accompany rotating monthly entrees made using authentic recipes right out of the 14th century.
Specializing in bombastic American fare, Chef Chris Nelson curates a menu of mouthwatering sandwiches, burgers, steaks, and salads. A bar remedies mouth droughts with a rotating selection of 12 draft beers, and big-screen televisions broadcast sports while the pool table extends hospitality to colorful balls.