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In response to the overall appeal of cans in the craft beer market, we are excited to announce the addition of a canning line: starting with our flagship brand, Hop Dang Diggity. Cans will be available throughout all of our key markets across the state of Georgia, as well as in Chattanooga and Nashville, Tennessee…

Jekyll Brewing Wins Coveted Brewing Honor in German-Style Maerzen category We are so excited to announce that we won a silver medal at the 2016 Great American Beer Festival (GABF) competition. Presented by the Brewers Association, GABF is the largest commercial beer competition in the world and recognizes the most outstanding beers produced in the…

  We are excited to announce that our Seven Bridges Oktoberfest, a Märzen style beer fermented with true German lager yeast, will be available in package and on tap in select markets in Georgia, Tennessee, and South Carolina, from mid-August through October 2016. Jekyll Brewing debuted Seven Bridges two years ago, in limited quantities, on draft…

Jekyll Brewing is delighted to announce that Bryan Johnson is taking up the gauntlet to become Head Brewer. Johnson, an Alpharetta native, brought a range of hands-on experience to Jekyll Brewing, having been with us since our humble beginnings and contributing to a variety of other areas at Jekyll including bottling beer and working in…

You were probably just as excited as we were to see Senate Bill 63 (SB 63) go into effect July 1, 2015. It was encouraging for us to be able to respond to our guests’ demands for a small amount of take-home beer–and that part hasn’t changed. You can still take home beer straight from…

  If you haven’t started planning your Halloween Costume yet, you’d better throw on last year’s for our tap room! The festivities are right around the corner and we’re gearing up for our final party of the year: October 31. Start your Halloween Party crawl here at Jekyll and check out some festive new brews….

Our fall seasonal beer, Seven Bridges Oktoberfest, will roll out this week, and you should see it out-n-about by early September. Our Märzen-style beer, whose name means March in German, is a deep copper color and boasts a moderate bitterness. Its full, bready character rests on a toasted malt backbone. Seven Bridges’ alchol content clocks…

Thanks to the passage of SB63, you have another option to enjoy fresh Jekyll Brewing at home—crowlers of beer straight from the source! A crowler is similar to a growler, however instead of glass jugs, you receive a 32-ounce aluminum can. As an alternative to six-pack tour package upgrades,you can buy a tour package that…

  …and that baby is up and running!   She’s a beauty, too. We documented the whole process in our Facebook Album.   And man, was it much more than we expected. We moved from a hand-bottling system to this new system that keeps us rockin’ and rollin’ out the Jekyll beer.   Our previous…

Jekyll Brewing rolls out its year-round craft beer, Big Creek, in six-pack bottles this week. The beer has low bitterness and a light, crisp and clean finish, making it ideal for warmer months.     A delicately balanced beer whose style originates from Cologne, Germany, Big Creek is guided by the German Beer Purity Law….

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