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Production Floor Fall Update

The production crew has been busy the last few months trying to keep up with the demand of the flock. Greenville is a thirsty city people. The team is now working out of a 15,000 sq foot space which features the Birdhouse (our main bar), the Aviary (our back bar) and the brew floor. The guys have 6 Foeders, 22 Puncheons, and more than 120 barrels in the lineup.

Over the last quarter we’ve released 20+ beers

The list includes Blackberry D’or, Biggie Guava, Holland Oats, New Boots Goofin‘, 1320 DIPA, The Bluprint, Jungle Juice, Purple Cellphone, BungalowLove.Birds.1 and Wolves in the Piano: Bourbon.  Thanks to a bad ass crew of volunteers we’ve also kept our core line of bomber bottles, think Brand New Eyes, Rustic Sunday, Rumblefish, Skin & Bone, and Paper Airplanes, in distribution in North Carolina, South Carolina, and the newly added Georgia markets.

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Meeting Demand

You asked for it, so here we go: more cold to-go items for sale. We heard you and we’re unveiling our retail refrigerators, including 32oz growler cans, this fall. We’ll also stock them with 12oz and 500mL sizes of our bottles, in addition to the current 750mL option.  This winter brings an in-house distribution level canning line to the mix. Grabbing a four pack of tall boys of Bluprint from your favorite bottle shop in Atlanta? Yes please.

New Fall Brews

Keep an eye out for some brand new releases starting in October, like Where The Night Goes, a dark and bitter Kentucky Common made with fresh Cascadian hops. Looking for a lighter option? Try our first-ever Japanese-style rice lager, The Shag. It’s a light and crisp pint perfect for those all-day sipping football weekends. Our Spanish liquor, aka street style candy sugar, made a sweet base for El Barrio, a farmhouse brewed with Rooibos tea and peppercorns.  Waiting on our multiple award winning Rhubarb Gose? Don’t worry, it’s coming back this fall on draft and in bottles across the south east.