Learn how to make a Hot Toddy with Bulleit Rye Whiskey, on sale all month long here at Oliver’s! Enjoy this quick & easy classic cocktail on a chilly winter evening.
A delicious and refreshing Greyhound cocktail, using our new favorite Humboldt vodka! (On sale all month long!)
Sip the flavors of the season with this delicious and easy PAMA Pomegranate Martini.
Cocktails have a lot going on for them: they are fun, allow you to get creative, can acquaint you with different spirits that you might not be familiar with, and you can make them Champagne/Sparkling wine based as well!
I dip, you dip, we all dip! Try this delicious dip with your next hearty artichoke, and eat your heart out.
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“We appreciate Oliver’s commitment to supporting local craft brands and embracing Sonoma County, which are the same values that we have. Our direct market is Sonoma County, and Oliver’s has been a major player in making our products available to consumers. The distillery is in Windsor, and the new Oliver’s location there has been a huge help to us. It’s the main place we refer customers from our distillery to purchase products.” – Chris and Brandon Matthies, Sonoma Brothers Distilling
“It is wonderful to have a brand ambassador to the community that supports local brands over large national brands. The base of any company is the community that supports it. Oliver’s has rallied the community behind our small company, and for that we are grateful.” – Matt Weese, Lost Republic
Check out this amazing, delicious bourbon from Lost Republic in this take on a Moscow Mule with Bourbon.
Did you know that you can use Apple Cider Vinegar for a comparatively mellow, slightly sweet kick of acidity in glazes, slaws, dressings/marinades and sauces?
For a year-round, you’ll-never-get-tired-of-it salad dressing, check out this recipe: