Balance + Beer

Every other Wednesday is Balance + Beer yoga at the brewery.

Take a break from the busyness of life as yogi Channing Hixon leads us in a flow to energize and balance our breath and body. All yoga levels are welcome! $15 which includes an hour of yoga and 2 post-yoga beers.  

September dates: 9/6 + 9/20

Doors open at 6:15. Class begins at 6:30.

a new era for ga beer

September 1st ushers in a new era for GA beer. Breweries, for the first time, can now sell beer directly to consumers. This means our tasting room, The Parlour, now functions differently and for the first time you can actually buy a proper pour of beer. Or several pours of beer. And you can now also take beer home with you (up to 288oz or one case of 12 oz bottles/cans). And we’ll be open more often and with longer hours. To celebrate, we’re releasing three new packaged beers, two of which are brewery-only releases, plus a stellar tap list. This is going to be one for the record books, folks! Full details:

 

September 1st, 2017

4p – 10p

Food available from our neighbor, Corner Pub

 

New releases of beer-to-go:

German Chocolate Helm’s Deep | 750ml | brewery-only | $25/bottle (2 bottle limit)

Inceptus Blueberry |375ml | brewery-only | $12/bottle (4 bottle limit)

Enchantress | 12 oz | $10/six pack (1 case limit)

+ several other beers (Crave, Basileus, Total BS, etc)

 

Tap list:

Prince of Pilsen - dry hopped Pilsner

A Night on Ponce - American IPA

Enchantress - sour ale with cranberry, cinnamon, and clove

Basileus - sour ale with basil and cucumber

Dubbel Shot - Belgian dubbel with coffee

Rapturous - sour ale with raspberry

Quasimodo - Belgian Quad

Crave - hazy DIPA

A Night in Brussels - Belgian IPA

Heavy Bell - BBA Quad

Single Intent - Belgian Single

Departed Spirit - BBA RIS

German Choc Helm’s Deep - BA imperial stout with coconut and espresso

Lord Grey - sour ale with Earl Grey tea

Smoke Mountain - sour ale with smoked tea

Saison Voss Kviek - BA brett Saison

Inceptus ‘16 - BA wild ale

Inceptus Blueberry - BA wild ale with blueberry

Black ‘N Berry - sour ale with vanilla and blackberry

A Night in Brett - brett IPA

 

New hours:

Tuesday – Friday: 4p – 10p

Saturday: 12p – 10p

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Now Hiring

*Update: These positions have been filled and we are not currently hiring*

Do you have a passion for local craft beer? Can you handle high volume and questions with a smile? Want to work in one of the most unique taprooms in Georgia? Then Three Taverns might be the place for you. We are currently seeking to hire several beer handlers for the upcoming legislation change on September 1st.

Must be a team player, possess a higher-level knowledge of beer, and have a fifth gear when things get challenging.

Hop Leaf Project | Crave

Coming this week, Crave, a double dry hopped double IPA and the latest from our Hop Leaf Project. This 8% hazy IPA is brewed with malted barley, wheat, oats and dry hopped with Citra and Mosaic for a lush, tropical hop juice experience.

Available this Thursday 7/27 in The Parlour and in market. Crave is primarily a draft only release with limited 4 pack cans available at the brewery also starting this Thursday. 

Brewery Bottle Release Alert!

Brettannicus, our 100% brett fermented farmhouse ale, releases in 375ml cork and caged bottles at the brewery this Saturday, 7/15 at 1:00pm.  Brettannicus was brewed with our classic saison malt bill of pilsner, spelt, and wheat and fermented in stainless tanks with 100% brettanomyces. It was later transferred for maturing to red wine barrels and was bottled in late 2016. Over a year in barrels and bottles, this newest release from our Funk Yard makes no apologies for in your face funk. Special release tour is $12 per bottle with a 5 bottle limit. Standard tour and tastings, including Brettannicus on draft, available for $14 as usual. 

Sour Asylum #12 | La Piña Gose

Sour Asylum #12 | La Piña Gose is a German-style gose with pineapple. The salty tropical balance of sweet and tart provides perfect relief from the heat and humidity of July in Georgia.

La Piña Gose starts pouring at the brewery only tonight then hits the market in kegs next week. It will also be available in 6 pack cans, only at the brewery, starting Thursday, July 20th and available as long as supplies last. 

Parlour hours | Thurs. & Fri. 5:30-9pm, Sat. 1-5pm

20 Years of Total B.S.

Next Saturday, June 24th, the Brick Store Pub celebrates their 20 year anniversary by brewing 20 beers with 20 different breweries. We’re one of those breweries and will be serving our Brick Store Brett Saison, a.k.a. Total B.S., a classic 6.9% saison aged on brettanomyces in red wine barrels. And for those of you who were present when those three young friends first opened the doors all those years ago, you know you were thinking these guys making it a full year is Total BS. Clearly they saw something in Decatur and understood the changing culture of beer before most, and we’re all lucky they did. 

Tickets are still available for the 5 – 8pm time slot at the pub and also here at Three Taverns for $60 each. Entry fee provides a special BSP 20th anniversary glass (pictured), access to all beers including special tapped rarities, and a plate of the best BBQ in town served up by their very own Kitchen Killaz and good friend Rusty from Pine St. Market.

And if that is not enough, that same Saturday the 24th, while the Brick Store is pouring Total B.S. on draft, we’ll be doing the same at the brewery AND will be releasing the beer in 375 ml cork and caged bottles (pictured) as part of a special $12 tour from 1-5 pm. So if you’re going to the early session at the Brick Store, come by The Parlour after and pick up a bottle or 5 to take home (limit of 5 per guest), or if you’re going to the late session, come see us before. Either way, Saturday is going to be quite a day of reflection and celebration.

Cheers and see you next weekend!

Label design by Jameson Studios

Label design by Jameson Studios

Expansion

Closing in on our four year anniversary, we are nearing the final stages of construction on our second brewery expansion in less than two years. A freshly poured 77’ x 28’ sloped brewery floor will initially accommodate three new 120 barrel tanks scheduled for delivery next week. This will nearly double our capacity increasing production from 9,000 to a maximum of 16,000 barrels annually. As the brewery continues to grow the new tank space will be able to accommodate an additional 15 tanks allowing for over 35,000 barrels of annual beer production.

With our sales volume now pushing production to full capacity, these new tanks are critical to continuing our growth of existing brands and freeing us to add new volume brands to our portfolio. These new tanks can’t be on line soon enough if we hope to meet the growing demand of these beers in the summer months.

This new expansion in capacity will also open up more time for new experimental and one-off beers on our new pilot system, Genesis II. The brand new 1.5 barrel brew system will become the launching pad for new beers and allow the brewers to experiment in ways like never before. And with the new law allowing direct beer sales staring Sept. 1, expect to see even more Imaginarium Projects, more Hop-Leaf Projects, more Sour Asylum Series and more of who knows what else when you come to visit our tasting room

Hop Leaf Project | Dubious

Our newest Hop Leaf Project, Dubious, debuts tonight in The Parlour. Brewed on our pilot system Genesis II and available in very limited supply, this new 8% double IPA is part Hop Leaf and part Imaginarium Project. Brewed with Marris Otter malt and hopped with Denali, Lemondrop, and Amarillo in ample supply, the aroma carries notes of pineapple, candy, lemon, dank and spring onion while the taste is lightly malty with a balanced bitterness on the back end and a crisp, drying finish. It's hard to believe this IPA is a double. Only a few kegs exist, so your best bet to try this new release is at the brewery.