Distilleries can also send home ”keepsakes”
A modified version of Senate Bill 63 goes into effect this month and allows breweries to offer beer for on-site consumption or in six-pack equivalent take-home “souvenirs.”Read more
Some compare it to Paris for its art deco buildings, others to Portland for its strong sense of community. But if you ask the entrepreneurs responsible for Asheville’s rebirth over the last two decades, they will tell you their city is simply incomparable. If you want to understand the essence of Asheville, head to the Pack […]Read more
The guild wants 30,000 signatures to help change beer laws statewide
The Georgia Craft Brewers Guild launched GABeerJobs.com on Monday, in their effort to get new bills considered in the upcoming legislative session (a previous bill, HB 314, was tabled last spring). Osayi Endolyn talked with GCBG president Nancy Palmer about the launch and what the guild is hoping to accomplish with the website.Read more
Sweetwater and Terrapin among craft breweries to shift from bottles to cans
Who wants craft beer in bottles? Bottles let in light, which is bad for beer. Cans are easier to chill, and they pack well for hikes, pools, and floats.
The Old Reliable SweetWater 420 in cans? For fans of Atlanta’s intown behemoth brewer, it’s about time. Also in cans: Its IPA.
The Adventurers Terrapin calls its new Hi-5 IPA “a whitecap on an ocean wave.” We just call it refreshing. Also in cans: RecreationAle.
The Purists This lager, like all of Marietta’s Red Hare brews, has been in a can from the get-go. Also in cans: Its brown ale, its IPA.
The Arrivistes Coming soon: this light blonde ale from Statesboro’s new Eagle Rock Brewing. Also in cans: A lemon-lime hefeweizen.Read more
Sweetwater and Terrapin among the local breweries offering the aluminum
Who wants craft beer in bottles? Bottles let in light, which is bad for beer. Cans are easier to chill, and they pack well for hikes, pools, and floats.Read more