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Atlanta craft brewers look to mobile canning for wider distribution

The cost-friendly alternative to in-house equipment can increase reach for new breweries

In an effort to reach more people faster, two Atlanta craft beer brewers will turn to mobile canning in the coming months to distribute product at the retail level, rather than purchase canning lines of their own. Read More

Barley + Rye: Orpheus releases new IPA and saison this week, blueberry sour coming soon

The brewery has been busy adding new beers to the late summer rotation

It’s International IPA Day! Go have yourself a hoppy one. While you’re sipping, check out these recent and forthcoming releases from Midtown-based Orpheus Brewing. Read More

Atlanta taps into beer's oldest style: Sours

An increase in production in the U.S. and "palate faituge" leads to more tart styles

Sour beer has been around since man first learned to ferment yeast, but it hasn’t always been an easy sell to drinkers who think words like aged and musky belong only in the cheese department. But thanks to recent increases in stateside production and to what some geeks affectionately call “palate fatigue,” beer bars are fielding requests for the tart styles of the olden days—Gose, lambic, Berliner Weisse, Flemish red ale, and gueuze that make up the multilayered sour beer encyclopedia. Read More

New brewery, Second Self, plans to open mid-September on the Westside

The latest craft beer addition will launch with four beers

Good news for the Westside: the build-out at Second Self Beer Company is on track to open mid-September. The forthcoming brewery by Jason Santamaria and Chris Doyle is tucked away on Logan Circle, in between Monday Night and Red Brick. The breweries are so close to each other that Second Self founders hint we might very well see a 5K race with three heady pit stops in the future. But for now, the focus is on completing construction. And brewing beer. Read More

Barley + Rye: New beers from Three Taverns, including peach saison in August

Look for a farmhouse pale ale, oatmeal coffee dubbel, and starting in the fall, bourbon barrel aged options

Three Taverns Brewery hit a milestone this month: one year in business as Georgia’s only Belgian-themed craft brewery. To ring in the occasion, owner Brian Purcell and head brewer Joran Van Ginderachter tested out new beers during anniversary festivities last Saturday. Read More