Alec Kann Meet & Greet

Come out to gusto! (Ponce location) on Thursday, May 17th, for a meet-and-greet with Atlanta United goalkeeper, Alec Kann! Fresh off a 2-1 victory against Orlando City, Alec will be hanging out, meeting fans, and signing autographs. Rowdy and Proud IPA cans will be available at a special price and gusto! will be serving up their delicious (and healthy!) salad and rice bowls so make sure you come thirsty and hungry. 

What: Alec Kann meet & greet
When: Thursday May 17th, 6-8p
Where: gusto! 782 Ponce De Leon Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30306

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Behind the 3 | Amy Royale

Amy Royale is who you'll (on most days) see behind the bar in The Parlour serving up 3T brews, beer knowledge, and smiles. Amy is a vital part of the brewery and our tasting room and you can read more about her below in our "Behind the 3" feature, where we highlight instrumental folks of Three Taverns:

How did you first get into craft beer?
I love to learn about new things! About 7 years ago I worked for a British/Scottish themed Pub that had over 60 beer taps. They taught me a lot about the history of beer, beer styles, even proper pouring techniques and soon my fiance and I were hooked on good beer, and the craft beer community. I later worked for a neighborhood craft beer bar and then a big brewery and continued to learn and explore the wonderful world of beer.

What do you like most about your job?
The people! I get to chat with people from all over and from all different backgrounds, and some of them are total beer geeks and some of them didn't really like beer before. My favorite thing to do is help someone discover a new beer style that they would've never tried before, and then they turn out to love it. The free beer is also a pretty sweet perk of the job!

Where were you born/did you grow up?
I was born in Rockford, IL, but when I was young we moved to central Florida to take care of my grandmother. Disney World was practically in my backyard, and was my first high school job. But I moved to Tampa, FL, for college and lived there for several years.

Favorite place to eat in Atlanta?
I love finding new fun places to eat at in Atlanta, but my absolute favorite is Homegrown for breakfast. I always take out-of-towners here. It's fun, different, and that comfy chicken biscuit! Yum!

Favorite place to drink in Atlanta?
My favorite place to drink really depends on my mood. Anywhere I can sit on a patio and sip cocktails is great. For beer, of course the Three Taverns Parlour, but you can't beat The Brick Store Pub or The Porter in L5P either.

Favorite drink besides beer?
I was into scotch/whiskey for a while, but over the past couple years I have really gotten into good tequilas, especially a good mezcal. I love a good classic margarita on the rocks, with fresh lime juice.

Interests/hobbies that are not beer-related?
I have a lot of passions in life and beer is one of them. But I am also a working artist and I love going to art shows and checking out new artists. I am also a big geek, I love Harry Potter and Star Wars. My fiance and I collect vinyl records and love thrifting. I especially love being outdoors and camping (although you couldn't tell that by looking at me). Hiking new trails in north Georgia is one of my favorite things.

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Now Hiring - Production

Update: this position has been filled

Are you a self-motivated person interested in the craft-beer industry? We are currently seeking qualified candidates to join our production staff. Looking for hard workers who are not afraid to get dirty and lift heavy things occasionally (daily). Email what makes you the best candidate for the job and your resume to blevesque@threetavernsbrewery.com

Behind the 3 | Josh Miller

Josh Miller is Three Taverns' Lead Brewer and joined the brewery during year one. He is responsible for the creation of several beers including Rowdy and Proud and Strawberry Luxure. Read more about Josh below in our first "Behind the 3" feature, where we highlight instrumental folks of Three Taverns:

How did you first get into craft beer?
A friend got me into craft beer and my brother introduced me to homebrewing pretty soon after I turned 21. I think I was just drawn to craft beer because it had so many options to choose from and wasn't too pretentious at that point so it felt accessible.

What do you like most about your job?
Drinking beer with the crew.

Favorite beer?
Taras Boulba

Where were you born/did you grow up?
Born in Atlanta grew up in Lawrenceville.

Favorite place to eat in Atlanta?
The Optimist or Bon Ton

Favorite place to drink in Atlanta?
Biltong Bar or Gaja

Favorite drink besides beer?
Miller Lite.

Interests/hobbies that are not beer-related?
Watching shitty 80's movies and beating people at ping pong.

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Now Hiring: barback/tour guide

Job Title: Barback/Tour Guide

Job Description: This is a dual role position. A majority of the time the role is barbacking, which includes: collecting and washing dishes, restocking bathrooms, changing kegs, restocking the cooler, fill growlers, pouring beer during busier times, and any other task that needs to be done to assist the bartenders. The other part of this job is giving group tours of the brewery. 

Job Requirements: The ability to multitask, move quickly, lift up to 60lbs, have basic knowledge of beer and the brewing process, have a charismatic and upbeat demeanor while giving tours. 

Compensation: Hourly + tips + commision

Availability: Fridays and Saturdays and special events based on volume. 

To Apply: email resume to jordan@threetavernsbrewery.com

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Maury Mable's Irish Stout

On St. Patrick’s Day in 1895, Maury Mable first marched through the streets of Decatur in a top hat and tails to honor his native homeland. Maury continued to lead what became an annual parade and Decatur tradition for 50 years until he died. This St. Patrick’s Day, 2018, we honor the memory of “The Pied Piper of Decatur" with the release of Maury Mable’s Irish Stout. Please join us this Saturday at 11a.m. on Hillyer Pl. (across from Fellini’s) where Maury lived, as Irish Mike Gallagher, in top hat and cane, will lead a rabble of us in a march to the Brick Store Pub where we’ll hoist a pint in memory of Ol’ Maury.

Maury Mable's Irish Stout was brewed on our pilot system and only a handful of kegs were produced. It will be pouring for one day only, this Saturday, March 17th, at the following locations:

Three Taverns Brewery
The Marlay House
Brick Store Pub
Leon's Full Service
Mac McGee's

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New Beer | Morning Smack

Introducing Morning Smack! This beer debuted at our 4th anniversary last November and is one of the most talked-about beers we’ve ever produced. It’s an 8% Maple, Bacon, Banana, Coffee Milk Stout and the first of many treated stouts from us that will see a market release. It will be available in 4-pack cans at the brewery next Friday, March 9th, and hits shelves the week of March 18th. 

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New Beer | Rowdy and Proud

Here at Three Taverns we love the game of soccer and put that front and center in our latest release, Rowdy and Proud. This is the second beer we've done inspired by “the beautiful game”, the first was Pils Mundial - now called Prince of Pilsen - in 2014 to commemorate The World Cup. Rowdy and Proud is a beer inspired by Atlanta’s professional soccer team and came to fruition with the help of Resurgence, a prominent Supporters Group of the team, who created the popular chant heard at games:

We are The A
From way down south
And we are here
Rowdy and proud!

We, along with our brothers and sisters in Resurgence, wanted to create a beer that was big on flavor and easy drinking. The result is a crushable 6% IPA.

“Rowdy and Proud encapsulates everything Resurgence loves - Three Taverns beer and our hometown soccer team,” said Gaurav Vedak, co-founder of Resurgence. “We’re thrilled to be a partner with Three Taverns on this incredible beer and can’t wait to drink it as we cheer our team to victory!”

R&P is brewed with Huell Melon, Amarillo, and Mosaic hops and bursting with flavors of honeydew, cantaloupe, and citrus. The beer will begin hitting the market the week of March 11th in draft and 12-ounce (six pack) cans.

For more information about Rowdy and Proud IPA and to see a recap of the release party check out this video from Atlanta United Fan TV. 

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Lord Grey...now in cans!

The wait is over! After months and months of hearing Three Taverns patrons in The Parlour ask “when can I buy this beer in cans?” we are proud to present the latest can offering from our Sour Asylum Series: Lord Grey. Lord Grey came to fruition with the help of our friends at The Porter beer bar who suggested the addition of tea leaves in a sour beer. We loved the idea and once our brewing team worked out the recipe the result is a refreshingly balanced 5% sour ale with Earl Grey tea. Herbal flavors abound up front with a subtle bergamot orange in the background, finishing crisp and mildly tart. 

Lord Grey joins Rapturous and Enchantress as the third can offering in Three Taverns Sour Asylum Series. The beers have become just as popular for their unique flavors as they have for their creative can designs. Metaleap Creative once again hit it out of the ballpark on the can design, visually capturing the taste experience of Lord Grey. 

Lord Grey will be available in cans at the brewery this Friday and available in market the week of February 19th wherever fine craft beers are sold. 

 

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