Wrecking Bar Brewpubhttp://www.wreckingbarbrewpub.com
Address: 292 Moreland Ave NE, Atlanta GA
Mon-Thu: 4pm-11pm, Fri-Sat: 12pm-12am, Sun: 12pm-10pm
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Word from the Brewer
Our take on an American classic style, L5PBR is light and refreshing with a crisp body and dry finish. A beer that goes down smooth due to the generous addition of toasted rice and flaked corn, it also is a great session beer to enjoy in the pub!
Our 2nd generation of Kolsch, which now uses the lightest German Koln and Heidelberg malts available. Just enough hops for balance and brew water adjusted to match Koln, resulting in a very light crisp beer. Critique from some of our friends/neighbors from Koln said that the Kolquittsch Kolsch tasted too much like a Pilsner. So, we have replaced the Pilsner with Heidelberg malt and have made the beer lighter in body and ABV. Heidelberg made us think Heisenberg, who kind of looks like Brewmaster Bob. So, it is now the Breaking Bob Kolsch!
A hybrid of ale and lager and between amber and brown in color, this beer is of the Northern German Altbier style, with a nice amount of biscuit, toffee, and caramel in the malt aroma and flavor. These malt characters are noticeable at the forefront and fade to a dry finish; with a nice lingering, but not strong bitterness. This Altbier has tons of flavor, but easy drinking for the warmer Atlanta days.
A refreshing light-bodied wheat pale ale for easy summertime drinking with a unique and quenching hop character. Named for the woman with the worst hair in Greek Mythology, it is brewed with neomexicanus Medusa hops. These are indigenous to the southwestern United States and give strong notes of lime, guava, and melon. This beer is one of a kind; make sure to cool off with one while it is fresh!
With 11 different grains used in the brewing process, this is one of the more complex stouts out there. Several different roasted barleys, wheats, oats, and caramelized grains yield hints of bread, toffee, dark fruits, chocolate and coffee. Just enough hops for balance, and a traditional English yeast for true stout character.
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