These summer seasonals are way more palatable than those long, hot Savannah nights. Now that things are opening back up, check out what you’ve been missing with some socially distanced, summer sips of Savannah seasonals. Say that fast!
When I called to ask, “What would you recommend as a summer seasonal?” The answer was The Lady in White or no maybe Port of Call but then there is Depravity or Divinity. Lucky for you, you can try them all with a flight. Check out Moon River’s outdoor patio and grab a cool refreshing flight and let us know what you think?
Check out Tan Lines which is not only a great name but also delicious. Their house lager, dry-hopped with Cascade and conditioned on lime zest. Crisp and crush-able. If a beer that tastes more like a creamsicle is your summer fantasy then try Tangled Dream which is their latest collaboration with REVE Brewing. James and Eric slammed this sour with globs of tangerine purée and a smidge of lactose for a creamsicle effect. Through pure wizardry we transformed that creamsicle into fresh-squeezed orange juice with a light dose of Amarillo terpenes. Get yours this weekend.
Fresh off the canning line and bursting with notes of mandarin orange, tangelo peel and cracked Indian coriander seed, the Belgian-style Witbier is fresh and delicious! Gun Bunny Wit is offered in six packs and pints to-go at our curbside beer garden. 5.1% ABV
Wailin’ IPA is Southbound’s newest addition to their already buzz worthy (pun intended) line-up. The creation of this limited-edition seasonal IPA marks the 5th year in a partnership fueled by a shared love of live music between Southbound Brewing Company and the Savannah Music Festival. Unfortunately, the Savannah Music Festival did not happen this year but that shouldn’t stop you from enjoying the efforts.