Home Tags Wild Heaven Craft Beers
Tag: Wild Heaven Craft Beers
Why you can’t find a six-pack of Tropicália anywhere
Every 10 days or so, a few cases of Tropicália—a hoppy, citrusy IPA made by Creature Comforts—arrive at Ale Yeah in Decatur. From there, it’s moved promptly to the back of the store, out of reach and view of customers. Doesn’t matter, though; by day’s end, it’s sold out, bought by customers who know enough to ask for it.
Wild Heaven brewmaster Eric Johnson on how his worst beer idea became a brewery staple
Wild Heaven's brewmaster Eric Johnson discusses bad beer trends, his hangover cure, and his favorite places in Athens.
The Brand Man: Meet Atlanta restaurateurs’ best-kept secret
Alvin Diec is arguably the most in-demand brand guru on Atlanta’s dining scene, and you’ve never heard of him. The unassuming graphic designer with thick-framed glasses is the quirky brain behind the websites, menus, trucker hats, and souvenir postcards of more than 44 Atlanta restaurants and retailers.
Wild Heaven Craft Beers
With signature pours like the Invocation, a Belgian-style golden ale (nice and dry with a touch of fruitiness), and their imperial brown Ode to Mercy, Wild Heaven has become a beloved destination for its neighbors in Avondale Estates.
The 10 Georgia craft beers you’ll want at Thanksgiving
Thanksgiving dishes vary from region to region and household to household, but the one constant is that any good dinner has a variety of beverages for pairing at all points of the day—not just the dinner itself, but before and after as well. Here are 10 locally produced beers perfect to have on hand on turkey day.
New Beer: Emergency Drinking Beer, Wild Heaven Craft Beers
Introduced last spring, Emergency Drinking Beer—and its eye-catching yellow can—proved to be precisely what we needed to survive, frankly, everything.
The (Pint) Glass Ceiling: Sarah Green is Georgia’s only female full-time professional brewer—for now
Of the estimated 100 full-time brewers at Georgia’s 47 craft breweries, Sarah Green, of SweetWater Brewing Company, is the only woman.
2015 welcomes a new generation of tart Atlanta beer
When Atalanta, the popular tart plum saison created by Orpheus Brewing on the eastern edge of Midtown, first went into cans in early 2014, it earned itself a footnote in Georgian brewing history as the state’s first packaged, commercially available sour beer.
How the new Beer Jobs Bill is impacting local breweries
Georgia’s new beer laws (“The Beer Jobs Bill,” SB 63) went into effect at the beginning of the month, bringing us one step closer toward the simple business rights enjoyed by breweries in nearly every other state of the union. But ask yourself this: Do you really know how the law is impacting your favorite local brewer?
Roundup: New beers, hours, and anniversary parties for local craft breweries
Osayi Endolyn tracks the latest releases and news from local craft breweries.
12Page 1 of 2