This Week on Beer Guys Radio

Georgia Beer

We’re talking Beer and Food Pairing!  Tom Moran from Roswell’s The Peach and the Porkchop joins us in the studio this week to share some tips on properly pairing your beer with food.  We’ll share some general pairing guidelines as well as sample some dishes and brews that Tom has paired for us and discuss our thoughts as well as why these pairing work.

Next week we’re talking with Avondale Brewing!  Head Brewer and Distiller Nate Darnell will join us in the studio to chat about their production process, sour beers, making the hard stuff, and “anything y’all want”.  We’ll have to come up with some good stuff for that last part.

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beer and food pairing
We sampled some awesome treats from Roswell’s The Peach and the Porkchop this week, including the Pittsburgh Plate sausage sampler.  Most ingredients at the restaurant are locally sourced but the owners have the sausage brought in special from Pittsburgh.


Check out our Beer Events Calendar for a full list of what’s happening across Georgia and Alabama.

Saturday | July 8th

Sunday | July 9th

  • Sunday Funday | 12:30 – 10:00 PM | Your Pie Perimeter (Atlanta)

Monday | July 10th

Tuesday | July 11th

Wednesday | July 12th

Thursday | July 13th


Next weekend say Aloha to Red Hare’s 6th Annual Luau and Pig Roast, get your jerk fix at the Creature Comforts Dinner at Chris’ Caribbean Bistro in Smyrna, or try your hand at fly casting with April Vokey at SweetWater.

Creature Comforts Automatic
The seasonal return of Creature Comforts Automatic is upon us.  Cans release in Athens this Saturday, should start hitting stores soon.  Get you some.


Beers marked with a * are from breweries owned by AB Inbev, MillerCoors, or other “Big Beer” corporations.

Georgia Craft Beer

  • Blue Tarp Cherries Jubilee En Fuego cans | Sour Ale with cherries (not a pepper beer)
  • Jailhouse Five-O cans | IPA
  • Orpheus Silent Haze | NE Style IPA
  • Red Brick Yuzu IPA | IPA with yuzu

Future/Planned Release

  • SweetWater Dirty South | NE Style IPA
  • *Terrapin Ales from the Wood Richland Reserve | Imperial Milk Stout aged in Richland rum barrels
  • *Terrapin White Chocolate Moo-Hoo | Milk Stout with cocoa nibs and natural flavor

Non-Local Craft Beer Releases

  • Achel Trappist Extra | Quad
  • Back Forty Jalapango | DIPA with mango and jalapeno
  • *Boulevard Love Child No. 8 | Sour Ale
  • Great Divide Strawberry Rhubarb | Sour Ale with strawberry and rhubarb
  • Jolly Pumpkin Rojzilla | Sour Ale aged in oak foudres
  • New Holland Tasmanian Hatter | Galaxy IPA
  • Off Color Sparkles Finds (some) Trouble | Hibiscus Gose
  • Saint Somewhere / Tampa Bay Beers Homebrew Club Origine | Belgian Strong Dark
  • Saint Somewhere / Yazoo Embrasser Le Sint | Saison with TN oats and citrus
  • Stillwater Tangerine Haze | Dry hopped IPA with tangerine
  • Struise Brouwers Rio Reserva | Quad aged in wine barrels then bourbon barrels
Hi-Wire White Grape Grisette
We enjoyed a lot of great brews this week including the slightly tart and slightly sweet White Grape Grisette from Asheville’s Hi-Wire Brewing.