This Week on Beer Guys Radio

Georgia Beer

This week we’re talking with Green Bus Brewing.  Co-founder and brewmaster Jason Sledd joined us this week to talk about his small brewery in Downtown Huntsville and why he chooses to serve most of his beer on-site with no plans for distribution.

Due to Hurricane Irma, Chattabrewchee Southern Brewhouse will be scheduled for a future episode.  Owner Mike Denehy is a first responder and is currently in Tampa assisting with their needs after the hurricane.  Thanks for your service, Mike!

Next week we’re on location at Your Pie Perimeter talking with Eventide!  Come join us at Your Pie Perimeter next Thursday at 6:00 PM for a live taping of the show.  We’ll be chatting with the folks at Eventide Brewing and enjoying $3.14 pints of The A IPA.

Listen to Beer Guys Radio every Saturday in Atlanta at 1:00 PM Eastern on AM 920 or Sunday at 6:00 AM on Biz 1190.  If you’re in Alabama you can catch the show live at 1:00 PM Central on 92.9 FM / 1450 AM in Huntsville or 94.7 FM / 1490 AM in Decatur  We’re also streaming live on our website, iHeartRadio, or TuneIn.  Can’t catch the live show?  That’s cool, we’ve got you covered.  All past shows are available on-demand on our site or your favorite podcasting app.

Green Bus Brewing
Visit Downtown Huntsville to try the beers at Green Bus Brewing. (Photo: Green Bus Brewing)


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

Friday | September 15th

Saturday | September 16th

Sunday | September 17th

Monday | September 18th

Tuesday | September 19th

Wednesday | September 20th

Thursday | September 14th


Next weekend get ready for the Grand Opening of Monday Night’s Garage and Wild Leap Brew Co, stroll through the tombstones at Malts & Vaults in Oakland Cemetery, or go on a Sippin’ Safari at Zoo Atlanta.

Arches Queen's Weisse can
Arches Brewing makes their can debut with Queen’s Weisse, the first of three year-round brews that will launch in cans over the next month. (Photo: Arches Brewing)


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

Georgia Craft Beer

  • Arches Queen’s Weisse cans | Hefeweizen
  • Creature Comforts Duende | DIPA (Draft and 16 oz cans)
  • Red Hare Funky Whabbit Wheat | Sour Wheat Ale with apricots, peaches, and gooseberries
  • Three Taverns Quasimodo | Belgian Quad

Future/Planned Releases

  • *Terrapin Raspberry Truffle W-n-B | Coffee Oatmeal Stout with raspberries and chocolate

Non-Local Craft Beer Releases

  • Alesmith Grand Cru | Dark Belgian Ale
  • Alesmith IPA | IPA
  • Alesmith Old Numbskull | Hoppy American Barleywine
  • Alesmith Wee Heavy | Scotch Ale / Wee Heavy
  • Alesmith Speedway Stout | Coffee Stout
  • Avery Chai High | Brown Ale with spiced chai tea
  • Blackberry Farm Peel Your Face | Orange IPA
  • Bell’s Double Cream Stout | Umm… Double Cream Stout
  • Great Divide Hoss | Oktoberfest Lager
  • Hi-Wire Southern Hemisphere | IPA
  • Lagunitas Sakitumi | DIPA with sake yeast and rice
  • Red Cypress Carl | NE IPA
  • Red Cypress Devil’s Chair | IPA
  • Red Cypress Foret Sauvage | Barrel-aged Saison with Brett
  • Red Cypress The Shape of Lager to Come | Dry Hopped Pale Lager
  • Victory Festbier | Oktoberfest Amber Lager


Studio Beers
Great beers from around Georgia as well as some road trip goodies enjoyed this week from Tennessee, Arkansas, and Colorado.