We’ve got some more great beer for everyone, and hope to continue getting in your requests!
New Bottles and Cans
Windy Hill Ginger Gold Cider
Windy Hill Rusty Gold Cider
Windy Hill Gala Peach Cider
Doc’s Draft Framboise Apple Cider
Wells & Young’s Courage Russian Imperial Stout
Lazy Magnolia Indian Summer
Lazy Magnolia Southern Gold
Lazy Magnolia Lazy Saison
Dogfish Head Aprihop
Widmer Omission Pale Ale
Southern Tier Eurotrash Pilz
New Belgium Rampant
New Belgium Lips of Faith – Heavenly Feijoa
New Belgium Lips of Faith – Cascara Quad
Currently on tap (Subject to change as kegs run dry)
Bell’s Two Hearted Ale
Thomas Creek Chocolate Orange IPA
Foothills Red Lager
Brewery Ommegang Belgian Pale Ale
Stone Pale Ale
Avery Ellie’s Brown Ale
Highland Oatmeal Porter
Thomas Creek Dirty Monk
Thanks to Will and Meredith from Brewery 85 for coming out to have a Meet & Greet with us, and thanks to everyone that came by, too! We had a blast, and can’t wait to feature their beer on tap. There are some great things brewing in the upstate, and we’re glad we could help share part of that with you.
This upcoming Wednesday, March 20th, we’ll be breaking out our Dogfish Head Randall again. Come join us for some great beer experimentation as we infuse yet another brew with even more flavor. Following that, we’ve got a tap takeover on March 29th with Anderson Valley. Many of you know them from the Winter Solstice this year, and we wanted to show everyone that they’ve got some other fantastic releases too. We’ll be getting a special keg of their Wild Turkey Barrel Aged Stout just for the event, so you won’t want to miss out.
This week brought in a lot of new arrivals from New Belgium, including the 2013 release for La Folie. La Folie is a very highly rated and regarded sour, and it tends to go pretty quick. We also received another one of Avery’s limited release IPAs, the Maharaja and, if the duganA is any indication, this one won’t last long either. For our cider fans, we brought in a collection of apple ciders from Windy Hill out of York, SC. All of their ingredients are local, and the orchard is family owned.
We’re excited to be able to help fill your beer needs now and in the future. If you’ve got any beer suggestions or ideas, or any feedback, we would love to hear it! Keep an eye out for more emails in the future with updates about events, new beers, new kegs, and more!