Soon, Georgians will be able to purchase Crooked Stave Artisan Beer Project beers off the shelf in their own state.
The Denver, Colo.-based brewery told Tenemu that it is adding the entire Peach State to its distribution footprint in “mid-December,” working with Savannah Distributing.
The first beers to be available will be Origins, 6.5 percent ABV wild ale; Vieille, a 4.2 percent ABV barrel-aged saison; Surette, a wood-aged farmhouse ale that measures 6.2 percent ABV; Nightmare on Brett, a 9.7 percent ABV oak-aged sour ale; and St. Bretta, a 5.5 percent ABV witbier. The rest of the company’s portfolio should begin hitting market in 2015.
Georgia is the 11th state Crooked Stave is distributed in.