Legend has it that the Muscogee Creeks put a curse on Macon saying once you drink the river water, you are never allowed to leave. No, our IPA isn’t made from river water, but you’re never going to want to leave once you try it.
Balanced IPA with a good citrus (lemon and grapefruit) and melon taste. Tangerine, blueberry, passionfruit make up the aroma and the subtle nuances of this beer. Not overly bitter with lots of hop flavors.
Grains American 2 row, Crystal malts, Munich malt
Hops Magnum, Centennial, Amarillo, Mosaic
Strong/spicy foods, Bold/sweet desserts, Milder blue cheeses (Gorgonzola)
A smooth caramel body, hopped to perfection leaving you dazed, confused and wanting more. For maximum enjoyment, drink while floating.
Nice, easy drinking sessionable beer. Slight sweet caramel beginning that finishes with a nice clean hop flavor that is not bitter but brewed with quality American hops.
Grains Pale Ale malt, Crystal malts, Munich malt, Biscuit malt
Hops Magnum, Cascade
Chicken, seafood, burgers. Also good with spicy foods and lightly tangy cheeses.
Once a term to describe great fortune in the Southern agricultural industry, high cotton now means delicious. We just wish great fortune came from drinking great beer.
Malty-sweet grain flavor with a smooth creamy mouthfeel. Tastes of citrusy-orangey fruitiness. Paired with the herbal taste of coriander and the floral sweetness of the chamomile.
Grains Pilsen, Wheat, Oats, Munich malt
Lighter dishes - Mascarpone or herb cheeses. Fruits, oranges, or lemons.
A popular style of beer before prohibition began. Ale breweries turned to cream ales as a way to compete with the big-box lager breweries. Very refreshing, easy to drink, and there is no cream or vanilla in this beer. A crowd pleaser all around!
Light malty taste, crisp and dry with a light to medium-bodied mouthfeel.
Grains Pale Ale Malt, Pilsner Malt, Rice
Salad, chicken, seafood, burgers.