This Week on Beer Guys Radio

Georgia Beer

This week we’re talking with From the Earth brewing.  Owner Tim Stevens joins us to talk about his upcoming farm-to-table brewpub opening soon in Roswell.  He shares info on their beer and food, the overuse (and significance) of the term farm-to-table, and the fast growing Roswell beer scene.  Friend of the show Ale Sharpton also joins fresh off a trip to the Northwest for his latest adventure.

Next week we’re talking to Chattabrewchee Southern Brewhouse!  Mike Denehy, owner of Georgia’s newest brewery (for now) will join us in the studio to talk about his new brewery in West Point and the creative way he serves up his beer.

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Georgia Beer
From the Earth Brewing owner Tim Stevens (back row, 2nd from left) joined us this week to talk shop along with our friend Ale Sharpton (front and center!).


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

Friday | September 8th

Saturday | September 9th

Sunday | September 10th

Monday | September 11th

Wednesday | September 13th

Thursday | September 14th


Next Friday catch Shelton Fest Session 10 at My Parent’s Basement or run the Southern Beer Mile at SBC, on Saturday Scofflaw celebrates their first anniversary and on Sunday Southern Sky celebrates Oktoberfest and Southern Surf StompFest holds their after party at Burnt Hickory.

Beers for Boehme
Join the folks at Arches Brewing as they hold a fundraising event for one of their own who was seriously injured in an accident.  Drink good beer and help someone in need, easy peasy.


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

Georgia Craft Beer

  • Burnt Hickory Charred Walls of the Damned | Bourbon barrel-aged Quad
  • Cherry Street Small Batch Old Ale | Apple brandy barrel-aged Old Ale (bottles)
  • Cherry Street Small Batch Quadrupel | Apple brandy barrel-aged Quadrupel (bottles)
  • Cherry Street Small Batch Quad on the Knob | Knob Creek barrel-aged Quadrupel (bottles)
  • Eventide Red Headed Haley | Red Ale
  • Moon River Rosemary Swamp Fox | IPA with rosemary
  • Red Hare Framboise Saison | Saison with raspberries
  • Red Hare Hasenpfeffer | Oktoberfest
  • Southbound Picture of Nectar | IPA with elder flower and peaches
  • SweetWater Woodlands The Pit & Pendulum Cherry | American Wild Ale aged on cherries

Future/Planned Releases

  • Creature Comforts Crescendo | IPA
  • Creature Comforts Duende | DIPA
  • Creature Comforts Table Beer | Table Beer
  • Terrapin Moo-Tella | Imperial Milk Stout with chocolate and hazelnuts

Non-Local Craft Beer Releases

  • Burial Terrestrial Paradise | Brett fermented Pale Ale
  • Burial / Carton Own Benefactor | IPA
  • Burial / Jackie O’s Blackfalls | Baltic Porter
  • Burial / Three Taverns / t’Verzet The Field Has Eyes | Red wine aged Brett Saison
  • Currahee One Year Anniversary | Barrel-aged Cuvee Dark Sour
  • Green Bench / Trois Dames Les Rougettes | Red Grisette
  • Hi-Wire Zirkusfest | Oktoberfest Lager
  • Prairie Prison Rodeo | American Strong Ale with coffee
  • Prairie Twist | Dry-hopped Farmhouse Ale
  • Rogue Rolling Thunder | Imperial Stout


Georgia Craft Beer
This week’s studio beers included Three Taverns Blueberry Inceptus, SweetWater Woodlands Cherry The Pit & The Pendulum as well as the OG tP&P with peaches, Wild Heaven Fortress of Sourtude and Bestie Pub Ale, and Southbound’s Picture of Nectar as well as unpictured growlers of From the Earth IPA and Imperial Stout.