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By May 17, 2019 May 20th, 2019 No Comments

Our Memorial Day weekend celebration us upon us. 4 days, 20 new beers, 5 bottles, 3 cans, great food, local artists, puppy kissing booth, and more!

Admission

Click HERE to buy tickets in advance and get in quicker or buy at the door.

Two options:

1) old school method of buying a glass with 5 drink tickets, and you can buy more tickets if you need. This is how we’ve done it before, and how lots of other GA breweries do it.  If you’ve spent many years in GA beer you know it, you’re comfortable with it, it’s like an old couch. Bring your glass back additional days and just buy drink tickets. Tickets are $3 and pours are 5oz. Most beers are one ticket, though a few of the barrel-aged beers are 2 tickets.

2) VIP – Festival-style all you can drink plus a glass! You don’t get any extra beers, but with 20 new beers and 40 taps this is the way to try everything you want. Bring your glass back additional days and just buy drink tickets if you can’t get everything you want in one day (and we worked hard to make that difficult for you).

Bottle and can releases

We’ll have daily allocations of all bottles and cans. We hope to not place any limits beyond the legal 288oz pp, but will adjust as needed based on our assessment of entry lines. After you purchase bottles/cans, we will have a manned holding area available in our bottle tent if you would like to leave them while you enjoy the festival!

An air portends – Imperial stout aged 14 months in bourbon barrels with roasted macadamia nuts and vanilla beans, 13.1% – $13/375ml bottle

fragmentation of silence – 1 and 2 year Méthode Traditionnelle and refermented with Serbian oblacinska cherries, 5.9% – $16/375ml bottle

under the shadows – wild ale aged 2 years in barrels and refermented with blueberries, 6.8% – $10/375ml bottle

a light threatens meekly – Blend of whiskey barrel-aged barleywine, adambier, and stout, 13.7% – $9/375ml bottle

the dark everlasting. – Imperial stout aged 14-39 months in whiskey barrels with vanilla beans and black coconut, 13.6% – $20/375ml bottle

5 bottle set – $60

This Again – Sour ale with pineapple, guava, and vanilla, 7% – $10/4x12oz cans

You Only Live – Milkshake IPA with vanilla and milk sugar, 7% – $10/4x12oz cans

Mimicry of Volition – IPA, 6.7% – $10/6x12oz cans

Draft List

Sunday is Stout Day,  so we’ll have a few swap outs on Sunday to make room for 20 stouts, including Stouts All The Way Down: Vol. 1-12.  This is the list for Friday, Saturday, and Monday. All of the new beers will also be pouring on Sunday.

  • An air portends – Imperial stout aged 14 months in bourbon barrels with roasted macadamia nuts and vanilla beans, 13.1%
  • fragmentation of silence – 1 and 2 year Méthode Traditionnelle and refermented with Serbian oblacinska cherries, 5.9%
  • under the shadows – wild ale aged in barrels refermented and refermented with blueberries, 6.8%
  • a light threatens meekly – Blend of whiskey barrel-aged barleywine, adambier, and stout, 13.7%
  • the dark everlasting. – Imperial stout aged 14-39 months in whiskey barrels with vanilla beans and black coconut, 13.6%. This blend includes the remaining Double Barrel • Double Vanilla Abandon All Hope barrel that spent an additional 6 months on vanilla beans, plus 14 month Heaven Hill bourbon barrel-aged stout with vanilla beans. More info on black coconut here
  • Stouts All The Way Down: Volume 6 – Imperial stout aged in a single rye whiskey barrel, 11.5%
  • Stouts All The Way Down: Volume 7 – Imperial stout aged in bourbon barrels, 12.7%
  • Stouts All The Way Down: Volume 8 – Imperial stout aged in bourbon barrels with ghost pepper, vanilla beans, cinnamon, cocoa nibs, and nutmeg, 13.2%
  • Stouts All The Way Down: Volume 10 – Imperial stout aged in whiskey barrels with roasted hazelnuts and cocoa nibs, 12%
  • Stouts All The Way Down: Volume 11 – Imperial stout aged in whiskey barrels with strawberries, vanilla beans, and cocoa nibs, 12.4%
  • Room a Thousand Years Wide – Barleywine aged in bourbon barrels, 13.4%
  • This Again – Sour ale with pineapple, guava, and vanilla, 7% (cans also available)
  • You Only Live – Milkshake IPA, 7% (cans also available)
  • Mimicry of Volition – IPA, 6.7% (cans also available)
  • Circularity – Strawberry berliner weisse, 4%
  • Ecstatic Meditation – Saison with osmanthus flowers, 5.8%
  • Searching for flowers on well-worn paths – Wild ale with white grape juice and second use raspberries and cherries, 7%
  • The Ferryman: Hazelnut/Coconut – Imperial stout with roasted hazelnuts and coconuts, 11.8%
  • All that’s lost – Dry-hopped sour grape saison, 6%
  • Lyrical – Barrel-fermented wild saison dry-hopped with Galaxy and Azacca, 6.5%
  • Temporal Mayhem – Wild ale aged 30 months in Sauternes and white wine barrels, 5%
  • Everything Lasts Forever – Méthode Traditionnelle 3 year blend, 6.5%
  • Minotaur – Sour ale aged in whiskey barrels, 8%
  • Stouts All The Way Down: Volume 3 – Imperial stout aged in bourbon barrels with roasted peanuts, vanilla, and sea salt, 12.8%
  • Stouts All The Way Down: Volume 5 – Imperial stout aged in bourbon barrels with coffee and vanilla, 12.9%
  • Barrel-aged After the Last Death – Sour ale aged in Willett rye barrels with cherries and currants, 9%
  • The Fate Of All Heroes – Old Ale aged over three years in second use bourbon and cognac barrels, blended with a small amount of young barleywine, 11%
  • Rooted – Strong ale aged bourbon barrels with mahleb, 12%
  • Adoration of the Earth – Saison, 7.5%
  • The Ferryman Reserve – Imperial stout with coffee, cocoa nibs, coconut, hazelnuts, chiles, and vanilla, 11.8%
  • Noise and Flesh – Wild ale aged in wine barrels, 4.4%
  • Plus core and seasonal beers!

Food

Friday – Teranga Without Borders

Saturday – The Real Mexican Vittles

Sunday – Teranga Without Borders

Monday – The Real Mexican Vittles

Other

Saturday – Live painting with Catlanta

Sunday – Live painting with Tom Davii (Year Five bottle/glassware artist)

Monday – Puppy kissing booth and adoptable dogs with Atlanta Humane Society

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