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This traditional German beer style is a refreshing and mildly tart session ale. It is an unfiltered wheat beer made with 50-60% malted wheat, which creates a cloudy yellow color. A low hop bitterness is complimented by the bright flavors and crisp, dry finish. Toasted coriander seeds contribute a slight spice note and its mineral-like character comes from the addition of sea salt.
Named after the Shoal Bass (or "Shoalie", as they are affectionately known), this deep golden colored, aromatic IPA with tropical notes including citrus, mango and papaya is perfect for those who demand hop-forward flavor. Late additions of Citra, Ekuinot and El Dorado hops bring forth an immediate fruit rush, followed with a balanced mellow bitterness on the finish. This satisfying and approachable West Coast IPA is an easy drinker any time of the year.
Medium-bodied, malty, and full of flavor with floral and citrus notes imparted by the additions of Loral and Mandarina Bavaria hops. Its silky mouthfeel imparted by malted wheat and oats leads to a clean and crisp finish that will leave you begging for more. This is the go-to beer for your everyday needs. Whether you are are mowing your lawn, hiking or fishing, this will be the beer to have by your side all the time.
Our complex and seriously satisfying stout is full of flavor and yet still smooth on the palate. Its medium-to-full bodied mouthfeel and creaminess comes from the generous amounts of flaked oats added to the mash. The flavors of dark chocolate, toffee and light-roast coffee are balanced with the slightest hint of residual sweetness on the back end.
Farmhouse Berry Gose
At the end of the vigorous fermentation of our Flowing Well Gose, we add over 300 lbs of our organic farm-grown berries. The fruit, picked when ripe in the summer time, includes strawberries, blueberries and blackberries. The berries impart a new complexity to the refreshing and bright fruity profile, and smooth out the tart finish. Many hands have contributed to this gorgeous pink-hued seasonal beer. Enjoy a sip of Southern summer.
This deep amber colored Rye IPA is made with our own organically grown grains. The heirloom rye variety that we grew produces notes of citrus in addition to the nutty and spicy character you would expect from rye. To compliment the subtle graininess of the malt flavors, we chose hops which offer apricot and peach notes to create a balanced IPA inspired by the South. A relatively dry finish with a pleasant hop bitterness will be appreciated by an IPA lover, but this beer is suitable for all.
On tap you will find our four core beers, as well as seasonally released limited editions that are available only in our tasting room. If you can't decide on just one, we offer flights of our beers as well.
Events at the brewery
BoDean and the Poachers
Original, tasty tunes from our buddies BoDean and the Poachers! Music starts at 7pm. Smoke and Fire will be setting up in the back to serve up some fire grilled pizza around 6. See y'all Saturday.
Symphony Sundays with Paul Mercer Trio
Join us for another Symphony Sunday! On this third installment of Symphony Sundays, Paul Mercer Trio will start rockin around 2. Farmer Fredo's Pop Up Farmer's Market will be set up in the front room. Taqueria Cruz food truck will be set up in the back serving delicious tacos, nachos, quesadillas, and more. See you then!
Tintype Photo Pop Up Booth (2 days)
Join us on Saturday and Sunday for our first Tintype Pop Up with Alexander and Erin Hadjidakis. Tintype photography reached its height during the Civil War era. Characterized by its dark, metallic end product, tintype portraits offer a haunting, edgy, and one of a kind photo that looks centuries old! Check out our Facebook events for more information regarding the event and Erin and Alex.
Day: 2/23 & 2/24
Grow Your Own Groceries w/ Farmer Fredo
An introduction to organic, raised bed food gardening. Come learn how to go from grass to groceries. Farmer Fredo, Executive Director of Flint River Fresh, will share his story about teaching elementary aged students how to grow food for their cafeterias and communities. We’ll talk picking a site, garden bed types, the value of good soil, seasonal varieties, plant spacing, watering, pests, and all the basics. This event is free and open to the public.