From a rooftop facing the heavens (and downtown Atlanta), Decatur’s own Wild Heaven Craft Beer celebrated the launch of their Invocation Belgian-style Golden Ale and Ode To Mercy Imperial Brown Ale in bottles. These two fine beers have been available on tap around Georgia and select spots in Alabama for many months now, and have gained quite a fan base, so seeing them in bottles is another good sign of support for our local beers. (Caveat: Wild Heaven is currently brewed – and bottled – at Thomas Creek Brewing in Greenville, South Carolina, but has plans to move production to their own brewery in Avondale Estates next year)
If you haven’t yet tried these beers, do yourself a favor and give them a shot (we especially dig the Invocation – delicious).
In other beer related news… next week is CRAFT BEER WEEK! (May 16-22)
Look for intersting specials at all your favorite beer bars around town (here’s a list of our favorites by the way, including The Porter, seen below). Cheers!
4 Replies to “Near Wild Heaven (Beer That Is)”
Eh?!? That was lighting speed blogging! Sorry didn’t have a chance to meet you tonight. I can accurately concur that the skyline and beers were a match for one another- hats off to a new Atlanta bottled brew.
Faster than a Bulleit…
Had The Invocation at Muss & Turner’s last weekend. Awesome. Hard to believe it’s 8.5% abv!
True. True. That’s a fine beer that goes down a bit too easy.