Heads up beer nerds—we just canned a fresh batch of Space Lettuce. This beer holds a special place in our hearts, probably because of the cosmic journey we’ve been on together. Surprisingly, Space Lettuce actually didn’t start out as Space Lettuce at all. Three years ago, this double India pale ale began as a limited
As one of the larger local breweries, we feel a duty to inform y’all about the state of the local beer scene. The current COVID-19 health crisis has threatened not only our brewery, but every small brewery in Georgia (and country, for that matter). Taprooms are the economic engine that fuel a brewery’s growth and,
Just a heads up. You may want to make it out to the Garage this weekend, as we’re releasing this year’s batch of Como Te Llamas. We aged this 12.5% ABV imperial milk stout in tequila barrels. Then we added cinnamon, nutmeg and vanilla to bring the flavors of a classic horchata. Unlike last year, Bottles will only be
This double IPA was dry-hopped twice with a bevy of hops, including Simcoe, Denali, Citra, El Dorado and Mosiac. Pilsner, flaked oats and wheat provide the malt backbone. Although this double IPA has a bold aroma, it is soft and delicate on the palate.
This low ABV (4.5%) table beer really hits a sweet spot for us. Table of Contents is an easy drinking beer that’s approachable for almost every palate, and perfect for sharing during all sorts of meals – from a great steak to taco Tuesdays
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It takes a lot to get Jeff excited enough to crap himself. Well, he just crapped himself. Why? Because we have two (2) 14.5 gallon stainless steel conical fermenters from Blichmann Engineering arriving on Monday. We’ve been pinching our pennies to splurge on these bad boys, which offer a number of advantages: minimal handling of
We’ve started debating the question which has no answer: If we have to pick one beer to go to market with initially, which beer should it be? There are many factors at play here, including what micros are currently widely available (Sweetwater’s 420), what Georgia has a taste for, and what name/label is most likely
The “shake vigorously” method is well known to most homebrewers. Unfortunately, homebrewers comprise the minority in society. Society finds ways to make fun of us, even if it is because we “make love” to carboys full of brew. Whatever.