Alabama Beer Flight 3: Wiregrass

Montgomery Brewing

You’ll know them by: Their 130 year-old building in a town with rich brewing history and a passion for beer.

A perfect spot for: Grabbing a drink after work. No matter what you do they invite you to come by, relax and celebrate a hard days work.

Bring your: calloused hands, suits, hard hats or scrubs.

Try: The Chief Amber Ale. Classically brewed with choice ingredients, our Amber Ale is a nod to the original Chief Beer that was produced in Montgomery, MN in the late 1800’s

Folklore Brewing and Meadery

You’ll know them by: Their setup off the beaten path, literally. This brewery stands on a family owned farm.

A perfect spot for: Adults in the family to enjoy some time away from the kids.

Bring your: Artistic ability for a night of Pints and Paints.

Try: The Wiregrass Wheat. An American Wheat Ale with toasted caramel German malt and tropical fruity finishing hops. Named in tribute to a wild strain of grass that used to grow abundantly in southeast Alabama.

Railyard Brewing Company

You’ll know them by: The perfect view of the Alabama river.

A perfect spot for: Sipping a great beer while watching a gorgeous sunset on the Alabama river.

Bring your: Appetite because this brewery not only has unique beer, but has delicious food.

Try: The Railyard Bier De Mars that has a subtle fruity flavor and great finish.

Chattahoochee Brewing Company

You’ll know them by: Their awesome Brewpub on the banks of the Chattahoochee.

A perfect spot for: Eating great food, trying innovative beer and relaxing on the river.

Bring your: Swimsuit and towel in case you want to cool off on the bank by the river.

Try: The Little Yuchi (Pronounced U-Chee) Pale Ale, our flagship brand, brewed using only the best English and American malts along with a ton of American hops and our advanced brewing techniques.

Red Clay Brewing Company

You’ll know them by: Their spicy pizza challenge that will be sure to bring tears.

A perfect spot for: A group, family, or company outing.

Bring your: Appetite, milk, and tissues to cool your taste buds.

Try: The Big Swamp Stout Oatmeal Stout. Full of coffee and chocolate notes, this oatmeal stout is a little dryer than most. Along with the lower ABV, you can have a few without feeling you’ve been drinking stout all night.



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