Georgetown's Top 10 Beer, Wine and Spirits
Georgetown's preference for a night cap range from Lagavulin 16 year malt whiskey to Four Loko, demonstrating the neighborhood mix of residents and students.
Want to understand the broad range of people who call Georgetown home? Look no farther than the local liquor store. Here are the 10 most popular alcoholic beverages in Georgetown according to an unscientific survey of local stores.
In no particular order:
1. Sam Adams: Specialty and regular lagers are among the store's most popular beers.
2.- 3.Bourbon: Both Pappy Van Winkle's Family Reserve and Willett are top sellers here.
4. Wine: Bleinheim Vineyards' wines are popular among oenophiles and Dave Matthews enthusiasts.
5. Natural Light, a favorite for beer pong tops the list.
6. Smirnoff Ice tops this year's list, thanks in part to the "Icing" craze, in which someone found not to have a Smirnoff in-hand will be "iced" and forced to chug one of these malt beverages. Telling, indeed.
7. Burnett's vodkas are also popular.
(repeat) Keystone and Natural light are co-champions of beer at this location.
(repeat) Burnett's vodka makes another appearance as well.
8. Four Loko, the uber-caffeinated alcoholic beverage outlawed in several states was, unsurprisingly, a top pick this year among customers.
9. Champagne is always popular at Bacchus. This year Ruinart topped the list.
10. For single malts, Lagavulin 16 special edition was a top seller.
(repeat)For bourbon, Pappy Van Winkle 20 year makes a reappearance.
Draw what conclusions you will, Georgetown certainly has a range of tastes when it comes to unwinding with a drink.