Featuring England’s Arundel Brewing, Wild Heaven Beer, and Robert Merrick of Atlanta’s 9 Mile Station, Bestie is a light Pub Ale with peat and dark fruit, floral hops, and a crisp finish.
Made from a wide range of Virginia-grown apple varieties, this cider has a
pleasant sweetness that still finishes clean. Very approachable and very good.
Do you like beer? Us too! This tastes just like beer.
This imperial brown ale is silky smooth and packed with flavors of brown sugar,
cinnamon and medium coffee roastiness. Nitrogenated for unmatchable smoothness.
Bananas and cloves dominate the aroma of this delightful Heffe-Weiss. Light bodied yet full of vibrant spice, tropical fruit, and citrus zest.
Sierra Nevada’s Christmas offering is a flavor-packed American IPA. Super fresh
citrus and piney hops on the nose. Nice fruity caramel backbone for balance.
Brewed with wild yeast captured at one of the brewery’s founder’s homes from the Georgia
state flower. Mildly spicy with a banana pudding and melon character, nitro’d for your pleasure.
Sweetwater’s Holiday seasonal. Hints of cinnamon and nutmeg work their
way through big roasted and caramel malts, finishing with bold hops.
Hoppy, easy-drinking American Pale Ale brewed originally at the Brew Lab in Atlanta with
Falcons legend and former linebacker Jessie Tuggle. Falconer’s Flight hops and eight malts.
Brewed with chocolate, lactose, and loads of roasted barley, Terrapin’s chocolate
milk stout is deliciously complex yet entirely sessionable. Vanilla hints in the finish.
Czech 1, 2. Brewed with 100% Pilsner malt and German Magnum, Czech Saaz, and Sapphire hops.
Noble hop character gives way to perfect malt balance and a snappy, dry finish. Is this thing on?
Orange flavors mirror the citrus notes of Zythos hops, while smooth sweet vanilla beans compliment their slight bitterness. Tastes just like a cold orange creamsicle on a hot day!
The perfect beer for porch sittin’ on a hot day, which is normal for November now? Lots of fruit in the nose, starts with a hint of peach and finishes with a beautiful watermelon tartness.
Notes of chocolate and caramelized malts with hints of earthiness. Warm
vanilla bourbon tones from nose to finish. intense toasted, barrel, and spicy flavors.
A balanced, soft, and juicy IPA. Ripe passionfruit and citrus hop
aroma and flavor. Hopped with citra, galaxy and centennial.
Highland’s winter seasonal, made with ample caramel and toasted malts
with hops to balance. Spices are added to make a super tasty holiday treat.
A tart wheat beer with blackberry juice and lemon zest to enhance and
balance the flavor. Pinkish in color, and the perfect blend of sweet and sour.
This dry-hopped Pale Ale is light and refreshing like your average APA but shows a different side in the finish, where lively Belgian yeast esters shine through for added complexity.
Sierra Nevada’s wet hop harvest ale. Each year Sierra makes a special ale for each
of their hop crops. This one is bold, fresh, and tasty. Bright bold hops, Sweet malts.
One of the world’s finest pumpkin beers, now with some pep! Mashed a touch higher for just
a little more sugar to balance out the coffee. Notes of roast and cocoa mingle with pie spice.
Straw yellow in color with a vibrant bouquet of citrus, pineapple and wine grapes. This well-crafted pale ale is brewed with Citra, Amarillo and Nelson Sauvin hops.
It’s already sour and salty, so why not throw a little lime and orange in and just call it a day? This variation of the German classic sour wheat does just that. Prost, amigos!
Hazy, single-hop IPA brewed with Australian Galaxy hops. Additions of oats and lactose give it a
mouthfeel that’s out of this world. Pineapple, mango, floral notes, and an orange Fanta finish.
Yeti is going back to its roots with this Himalayan-inspired variation. Traditional Chai spices
of cinnamon, green cardamom, black pepper, ginger, nutmeg, and vanilla blend seamlessly here.
Tart Wheat Ale brewed with blackberries, blueberries, and boysenberries. Yes, it’s really purple.
Tons of berry juiciness and a nice lactic acid zip for balance. I wonder if it stains your tongue?
Mmm. Silky smooth and sweet, with a slightly bitter finish. Pretty much the gold standard
for the Oatmeal Stout style. We don’t get it on draught in the USA, like, ever... so drink one.
Oh, Little One. Long before your time, the Forefathers of Trappeze squirreled away a few kegs of this
big American Barleywine. Six years in isolation have mellowed the beast. Partially. Watch your fingers.
Wild Ale made with nearly 80 pounds of peaches per barrel. Primary fermentation with
Orchard Brettanomyces. Natural fruit skin bacteria creates intense, lush sourness. Dang.
Eric’s first Imperial IPA! Produced using Loral, Ariana, and Ekuanot hops plus some real fancy cryogenic separation techniques that we don’t fully understand. Science is power.
Verdant fresh ginger is artfully rooted in radiant tartness, peaking in the unmistakable burst and bite of this bright barrel-aged sour.
Wild Ale aged in oak foeders on blueberries. Pink-purple in color. Funky, tart, and sporting a dry fruitiness. Nice phenolic notes. Complex and very, very tasty.