This Week on Beer Guys Radio

Georgia BeerWe’re talking with Georgia Senator and gubernatorial candidate Hunter Hill.  Senator Hill was instrumental in the passage of SB63 in 2015, which opened the door for SB85’s passage this year.  We talk about our current laws, what recent changes mean for Georgia beer, and what still needs to change to make the business climate more welcoming to brewers.

Next week we’re talking with Modern Hops.  As laws change and breweries continue to open many want a choice outside of the Big Beer distributors to partner with.  Modern Hops is one of Georgia’s small, independent distributors and they’ll join us to talk about what that means for a brewer.

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Hunter Hill beer laws
Senator Hunter Hill joins us this week to talk Georgia beer laws.


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

Friday | October 20th

Saturday | October 21st

Monday | October 23rd

Tuesday | October 24th

Wednesday | October 25th

Thursday | October 26th


Next Friday Stay GOLD and Creature Comforts can release for their Run the Jewels collaboration, on Saturday get spooky with Halloween parties at Burnt Hickory, Dry County, The Viking Alchemist, Lincoln Fill Station, Wild Leap, and The Royal Rumpus in Athens.  On Sunday chill out at the Euro Car Meet at Dry County or get some beer and brats at Jekyll.

Creature Comforts Stay Gold
And the crowd goes I-P-A, and the crowd goes I-P-A.  Get your hands on this new release from Creature Comforts and Run the Jewels in Atlanta and Athens. (Photo: Creature Comforts)


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

Georgia Craft Beer

  • Burnt Hickory Die Kreuzen | Imperial Pumpkin Porter
  • Creature Comforts / Run the Jewels / Interboro Stay GOLD | IPA
  • Jekyll Southern Juicy Juice | Juicy IPA (Releasing at the brewery 10/24)
  • Second Self Saison Champenoise bottles | Saison brewed with champagne yeast
  • Three Taverns Hoplicity | IPA
  • Three Taverns Total BS bottles | Brett Saison (Brewed for Brick Store Pub’s 20th Anniversary)

Future/Planned Releases

  • SweetWater Dank Tank BSP Quad | Belgian Quad
  • SweetWater Hatchery NE Style India Pale Ale | NE Style IPA

Non-Local Craft Beer Releases

  • Alesmith Orange X | Extra Pale Ale
  • Alpine Truck Trail | American Pale Ale
  • Burial Skullsaw | Sweet Potato Porter
  • Burial / Blackberry Farm Jealousy & Murder | Mixed Culture Saison
  • Burial / Holy Mountian Zodiacal Light | Mixed Culture Saison
  • Burial / Creature Comforts Festbier Lager | Festbier
  • *Lagunitas Brown Shugga | Strong Ale
  • *Lagunitas Sucks | DIPA
  • Ommegang / Game of Thrones Winter is Coming | Double White Ale


Cherry Street Push Pop
Our featured beer this week is Cherry Street Push Pop, a tangerine Milkshake IPA.  Tastes just like the treat you got from the totally not creepy ice cream man as a kid.