#gabeer Archives – Page 11 of 11 – PorchDrinking.com
Inspired beer. Delicious food. Patio seating. You’ll find all three and more at 5 Seasons Brewing Co. in metro Atlanta.
After a crushing move by state legislators to peel Georgia brew pubs out of take-home beer sales that were originally proposed in Senate Bill 63, I’m throwing some extra love towards 5 Seasons Brewing Co. If you’re visiting Atlanta, it’s a must. If you live here and haven’t been to 5 Seasons in a few months, go back. Go support your local brewers.
ABV 8.5% | IBU 23
The Burnt Hickory Brewery is a sleeping giant that is awakening in Kennesaw, Georgia. It has been in business for only 3 years, as of April 2015. In such a short period of time, Burnt …
If you’re reading PorchDrinking.com, then you’re likely well aware the craft beer industry is killing it in the U.S. The Brewers Association says the industry hit $19.6 Billion in retail and took hold of 11 percent of the volume share in 2014 — the first double digit share ever.
While the success stories are widely reported and cheered, including West Virginia’s legislature passing a law earlier this month to allow state breweries to offer samples, lawmakers in several states are right now debating proposals that could significantly impact how beer-loving residents and visitors legally consume and buy craft beer. While there are smaller legal issues around the nation, the heated debates in Florida, Georgia, Kentucky and Texas are the ones we’re watching very closely right now. Here’s why.
Three Taverns Brewery
121 New Street
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Hours of Operation:
Sunday: 1:00-5:00p (9/6 ONLY)
Step into Three Taverns Brewery in Decatur, Georgia, and you’re instantly transported somewhere else. This is more than a brewery. Three Taverns is an experience.
Christmas songs play on the radio way too early and holiday sales seem to go up before the kids have even picked out their Halloween costumes. But as annoying as starting Christmas too early can be, SweetWater Festive Ale could be released on the 4th of July and I’d be okay with that.
Red Hare Brewing‘s first annual Red Hare Chase 5k/15k in Marietta, Georgia, gave me the perfect excuse to combine two things I love: beer and running (a duo best enjoyed in the correct order — painful when not).