Saturday, November 28, 2015

North Georgia's New Beer Discoveries

Just returned from a short trip to N. GA, where I discovered that, one, Woodstock has a very inviting pub called the Truck and Tap. Beer lineup included a Creature Comforts Automatic Pale Ale, easily one of the most citrusy Pales I've ever tried. Food truck (hence the name) out back had perfectly tasty food, offering a sausage on a stick which made for a delicious pairing and spill-free eating
And, two, for further adventures, the next stop was in Alpharetta, which has 3 breweries I discovered: Jekyll with it's Hop Dang Diggity Southern IPA, Hop Alley featuring a California Coast Style IPA, and 5 Seasons, which I was unable to visit on this trip. (
GA has 40 breweries (or more) which sort of surprised me but as the trend continues, seems like each good sized town is getting in on the craft beer brewing fun.

Some photos and visual reminders below.

And I didn't even mention Red Hare.... have to make another sweep thru that area soon.



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