Atlanta's newest production brewery, Three Taverns Craft Brewery, will be debut its beer at Brick Store Pub - and other locations in Decatur - this Friday.
CL recently caught up with Belgian-born brewer Joran Van Ginderachter, who will join brewery president and CEO, Brian Purcell, as Three Taverns' head brewer. According to the brewery, Three Taverns will be the only traditional Belgian-style beer brewery in the Southeast, and Van Ginderachter will be one of only three classically trained Belgian brewers in the United States.
Their motto? Transcendo Mediocris- "to unlock and inspire the pursuit of a fuller and more transcendent experience of life, inviting our friends and neighbors to join us at the table of discovery and raise a glass in gratitude and merry celebration."
During the market launch on Fri., July 19, Three Taverns' will release two beers from its New Monastic series: Single Intent, a Belgian-style single, and A Night In Brussels IPA, a Belgian-style American I.P.A.
"Our beers will represent the very best in authentic Belgian-style brewing, but with a more open minded American brewing spirit," Purcell said in a release. "Single Intent is styled after the classic, lighter bodied blonde ale crafted by monks for their own consumption - a beer just too good to keep cloistered. A Night In Brussels IPA represents a fusion between old world Belgian and newer American brewing technique. More simply explained, Belgian inspiration, American creativity."
Following the Friday launch, Three Taverns' brews will be available on draft at select locations, while bottled beers will arrive mid-August.
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