Jekyll Brewery makes its way to Beer Fest
Did you know that Jekyll Island, Georgia was the location of the first brewery of the Deep South in 1738? It’s that inspiration that inspired Jekyll Brewing, the first brewery located in Alpharetta, Georgia.
According to founder, Mike Lundmark, Jekyll Brewery is “intensely focused on creating sophisticated hand-crafted beers from the finest ingredients … We have a passion for the art of creating great beer, a love of the comradery of the craft beer industry, and a desire to share our passion with you.”
Jekyll Brewry is proud to share:
Hop Dang Diggity
Hop Dang Diggity Southern IPA will give you a full nose of Georgia pine aroma while the malty backbone provides for a perfectly balanced sweetness. Hopped up like a one legged chicken, this is not your standard “economical” IPA.
Big Creek Kolsch
Big Creek Kolsch is delicately balanced beer style originating from the Cologne region of Germany and brewed according to Reinheitsgebot. Perfectly refreshing for a southern day or a stroll down the Big Creek Greenway after visiting Jekyll Brewing.
Cooter Brown was a family man who lived on the mason-dixon line during the civil war. He decided to stay inebriated for the entire war so that he would not need to pick a side. We salute his peaceful manner by naming our brew in his honor.
Get your 2013 Rome Beer Fest ticket today to try all of these Georgia brewed beers on September 14th!