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Make Room In Your Calendar to Celebrate!


At WB Liquors, we think it’s important to celebrate with our family, friends and the bigger community at large. Here, we keep tabs on the great events that are going on around town as well as the tastings and celebrations going on right in our store!

Make Room In Your Calendar to Celebrate!


At WB Liquors, we think it’s important to celebrate with our family, friends and the bigger community at large. Here, we keep tabs on the great events that are going on around town as well as the tastings and celebrations going on right in our store!





Below are the tastings & events currently scheduled for bryan

Please continue to check back for additional tastings as we update our schedule weekly. Or join our newsletter to receive event updates and weekly specials.

TASTINGS bryan

Apr 20 1:00 AM — Apr 20 4:00 PM

3 Nations Mango Smash

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A delicious and easy to drink Indian Pale Ale. Plenty of flavor with mango, pineapple and stone fruit and a slightly bitter finish.

TASTINGS bryan

Apr 20 1:00 PM — Apr 20 4:00 PM

Herradura Silver & Chambord

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Herradura Silver is matured in American white oak barrels for 45 days, imparting a light straw color and woody aroma. Vanilla and citrus characters complement the flavor of sweet agave.

Chambord is an all-natural black raspberry liqueur produced in the Loire Valley, south of Paris, France. It is rich, lush and sweet, made with raspberries and blackberries in a cognac and French spirits base

TASTINGS bryan

Apr 19 4:00 PM — Apr 19 7:00 PM

Michelob Ultra Infusions Lime Cactus

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A crisp, refreshing light lager infused with real exotic fruit. Infusions is perfectly balanced, with no artificial sweeteners and a clean finish.

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