Atlanta Brewing Kentucky Beer Dad is the next can release coming to the newly re-named brewery’s lineup this weekend.
A few months ago, nearby Max Lager’s collaborated with Atlanta Brewing on ‘Dad Bod‘, a barleywine fermented with lager yeast. Kentucky Beer Dad has taken that collaboration a step further by aging it in Buffalo Trace barrels. Barleywine meets lager meets bourbon barrels.
Presales of 16-ounce 4-pack cans of Atlanta Brewing Kentucky Beer Dad start today and release at the brewery on September 21st.
Atlanta Brewing Kahuna Matata, a collaboration with nearby Wrecking Bar Brewpub debuts mid-month.
The two breweries barrel-fermented a milk stout with coconut, pineapple, and orange peel.
16-ounce cans of Atlanta Brewing Kahuna Matata will be available when the brewery opens on September 15th. Pre-sale available now at atlantabrewing.craftcellr.com.
Georgia’s oldest craft brewery started 25 years ago as Atlanta Brewing Company. Then a few years back, the brewery adopted the name Red Brick Brewing. Today, they are making a change again, back to Atlanta Brewing Company.
“The craft beer market has changed significantly over the last several years and we felt it was important to highlight the changes and improvements that we’ve made here at the brewery,” says brewery President Garett Lockhart. Red Brick has changed a lot over the course of the double decades they have been brewing in Atlanta. Years ago, the taproom was a crimson red, had between 6 and 8 taps, and an original XBox.
These days, Hollywood movies have been filmed in the updated taproom that now has 20 taps, with a beer lineup never seen at Atlanta Brewing Company before.
Even today, the taproom is getting another touchup to celebrate the new future.
CODO, an Indianapolis, Indiana based creative agency was selected for the branding updates. The Atlanta Brewing Company logo and core canned products, including new Hartsfield IPA, will have a new look going forward.
Atlanta Brewing Company is hosting a re-branding party on August 31st. Additionally, the brewery has collaborated with local breweries around Georgia in celebration of 25 years.