Summertime-We Have You Covered

Great spirits, craft beer and wine selection at Summerville Ace for Summer

Great selection at Summerville Ace for Summer

It’s starting to get hot. Time to spend some relaxing time in the backyard or around the pool. Summerville Ace has a great selection to impress your guests or yourself as you relax.

We are conveniently located on the Hill across from the newly renovated Partridge Inn on Walton Way.

The Balvenie Portwood 21, an incredible single malt scotch whisky, might be the thing you are looking for ($216.99). We also have The Balvenie DoubleWood 12 (aged in whisky then sherry oak casks-$62.99) and The Balvenie Caribbean Cask 14 (aged in rum casks from the Caribbean-$69.99). You can’t go wrong these magnificient whiskies from Scotland.

Or how about, another great scotch whisky, Springbank 18* ($164.99). Or try its younger siblings Springbank Ten ($62.99) or Springback Fifteen ($103.99).

TaliskerlineWe also have Talisker 10-Year-Old Single Malt ($72.99) but have you tried Talisker Storm Single Malt ($90.99). Did you know that Talisker is the only distilery on the Isle of Skye.

Like that peaty flavor? Try Bruichladdick’s Port Charlotte Scottish Barley Heavily Peated Islay Single Malt ($62.99). Or others from the Isle of Islay, Lagavulin, aged 16 years ($129.99) or Laphroaig 10 ($71.99).

Or head up to the Coastal Highland and try Clynelish 14 Single Malt ($81.99).

All of these great scotch whiskys will impress.

If you want something more homey then there’s a lot of new American whiskeys that have a new country look to them. There’s The Gifted Horse ($54.99) from Orphan Barrel out of Tullahoma, Tennessee or Smooth Ambler‘s Old Scout Ten Straight Bourbon Whiskey.

And while we are dropping names, let’s step over to the wine selection. Clos de L’Oratoire des Papes, a lovely Chateaunefu-du-Pape in both 2011 and 2013 vintages. Or do you prefer Italian then there’s Brunellow de Montalcino Il Poggione Riserva 2007 ($97.28).

Want to keep it closer to home then select from Paul Hobbs Cabernet Sauvignon 2011 ($105.99), The

Rockaway ($78.99), Merus Cabernet Sauvignon 2011($162.99), Caymus Cabernet Sauvingon 2013 ($83.99), Cakebread Cabernet Sauvignon 2012 ($82.99), Silver Oak Cabernet Sauvignon 2010 ($140.99). Want something special? Try Nickel & Nickel’s Far Niente estate bottled Oakville Cabernet Sauvignon 2011 ($140.99). Or maybe head to South America for Colomé Reserva Malbec 2010 ($87.99).

Bombers away

Bombers away

For those who prefer craft beers we have lots to choose from, many from Georgia: Monday Night Brewing (Atlanta), Service Brewing (Savannah), Jekyll Brewing (Alpharetta) or Red Hare (Atlanta). Or head to North Carolina for Lone Rider brews (Deadeye Jack is a killer porter). We have single, sixes and bombers. And remember, do you want people dropping bottles and breaking them around the pool of that house you have rented? Most of these great craft brews are in cans.

HardSoda2016Or want something different? Try Henry’s Hard Sodas. They now have orange and ginger ale.

Need mixers? We have Jack Rudy‘s Tonics (some great mixers out of Charleston-Click here to find the perfect Gin and Tonic) and all of the Durty Gurl line including their new Durty Gurl Olive Juice. No better way to make a dirty martini. Did we mention this is a locally owned line of mixers?

Durty Gurl Olive Juice

Durty Gurl Olive Juice



*Springbank 18: A rusty copper colour, our 18-year-old is full of authority and is truly a classic, full-bodied dram. With a delicious nose, this whisky will tempt you in and hold your attention as you uncover its unique palate and finish.

Rich and creamy, developing into vanilla, ripe fruits, marzipan followed by hints of sherbet, almonds and strawberries.

Thick and oily, fruity and mellow; gives way to a sweet liquorice and aniseed flavour as it opens up.

Sweet and chocolatey with some coconut, the finish is long and consistent with a pleasant smokey tingle.