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Get Set for Hopped Up On Georgia Brews 2017!

October 9, 2017 by Corey A. Edwards

Hopped Up On Georgia Brews 2017Come join more than 20 different Georgia craft brewers at Savannh’s 4th annual Hopped Up On Georgia Brews craft beer fest! Saturday, November 4th, 2017 along the Savannah riverfront.

The craft beer movement has taken America by storm. Everywhere you look there are new craft breweries springing up and producing a broad selection of fresh, local craft beers. Georgia is no exception, with more than 30 microbreweries and no end in sight. Hopped Up On Georgia Brews provides the perfect opportunity to sample some of the state’s best, local craft brews.

More than 20 craft brewers will be on hand, November 4th, offering tastings along the Savannah Waterfront. Southbound Brewing Company, Sweetwater Brewing Company, Terrapin Beer Co, Coastal Empire Beer Co, Service Brewing Co, Moon River Brewing will all be on hand, to name just a few.

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Discover Savannah Craft Beer On A Savannah Brewery Tour!

April 24, 2017 by Corey A. Edwards

Enjoy A Savannah Brewery TourIf you’re a fan of beer then you’ll be excited to hear that Savannah has a healthy craft beer community. Getting out on a Savannah brewery tour is a great way to discover some of the great craft beer Savannah has to offer!

There are many reasons to tour a Savannah brewery. Not only do learn all about the intricate beer brewing process, you may also get a chance to meet the brewmaster.

Of course, one of the main reasons to go on a Savannah brewery tour is to sample the variety of beers. Brewery tasting rooms have unique advantages over most other pubs and bars in that the beer they serve is as fresh as it can possibly be. Beer served at a brewery has never suffered through the potentially rough handling and uneven temperatures inherent in delivery and storage.

Further, most craft beer is dispensed by complex and carefully maintained draft systems by people passionate about each and every drop of beer that passes through them. Most bars and restaurants don’t do this and, consequently, quality suffers. Tasting rooms are lovingly cared for by the brewers, so you know you’re tasting their beer at it’s very best.

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