Three Taverns Craft Brewery (Decatur, GA) will debut their first 750ml offering in December, Theophan the Recluse. The beer is already available on draft. Recluse is brewed with a mix of eight specialty dark malts, Muscovado sugar, and a Belgian yeast strain.
Theophan the Recluse was a Russian monk known for the spiritual depth and complexity of his writings. We consider him a perfect namesake for this rich, complex imperial stout, brewed with eight specialty malts, dark Muscovado sugar and a Belgian yeast strain. Deep, mysterious, full-bodied and indefinably exotic, Theophan the Recluse is meant to transport drinkers to a place of deep contemplation, mystical insight and inspired conversation.
Theophan the Recluse launched in early October. It’s Three Tavern’s third offering.
Style: Imperial Stout (w/ Muscovado Sugar)
Availability: Draft, 750 ml Bottles (December)
Three Taverns Brewery (Decatur, GA) is releasing their forth offering this week.
Close on the heels of Theophan the Reluse Imperial Stout, is Feest Noel a Christmas offering. The Belgian strong dark is brewed with a blend of three spices – allspice, cardamon and clove.
Atlanta (and slightly beyond) can enjoy it on draft until January.
Style: Belgian Strong Dark (w/ Cardamon, Allspice, Clove)
Availability: Draft only
Three Taverns just opened their tap room over the weekend in Decatur, Georgia. (Beer Street Journal Video coming soon.)
Currently fermenting in the brewhouse is Feast Noel, the brewery’s fourth offering and first Christmas release. The base beer is quadrupel, brewed with various Belgian-style Christmas spices.
The beer will be found on tap, and will be the second release in 750 ml bottles, right behind Theophan The Recluse.
Note: Updated the beer name, and 750ml details.
Three Taverns Brewery (Decatur, GA) is prepping a new Belgian-style Imperial Stout. This is the brewery’s third offering, and will feature muscovado sugar. (An unrefined brown sugar.)
The beer should clock in around 9%.
Also, the brewery is shipping out a tweaked edition of One Night in Brussels , the Belgian IPA. The hops pop in this batch. Find some.
ETA on the stout release to follow.
Stumbled across this while trying to find a larger version of the brewery logo.
Apparently there is a Three Taverns Church in Acworth, Georgia. Their logo for looks a lot like Three Taverns Brewery. Or vice versa.
The names? Three Taverns Church states their name comes from a place where people met Paul on his way to a Roman prison. The place was called Three Taverns. The very same place along the Appian Way in which the Three Taverns Brewery name comes from. There were three shops there. A blacksmith, a refreshment house, and a general store. Three Taverns was essentially a rest stop for ancient travelers.
Is this monastic brewing incarnate in the United States? No. But still, interesting.
Form your conspiracy theories now.
Update: Apparently the church is playing hardball. Three Taverns founder weighs in-
Our design firm was the first to discover the church’s use of this logo several months ago. We were blindsided and concerned. Our logo was professionally designed and was on public display long before this church changed their name and redesigned their logo. Three Taverns Brewery has no affiliation with this church and requested explanation after we first discovered it. We are comfortable with the common use of the name as it belongs to history, but we have asked them to change their logo. They refuse.
Decatur, Georgia’s Three Taverns Brewery has officially announced their grand opening of their tap room.
The brewery is located on 121 New Street, Decatur. Tickets will go on sale on Friday, September 27th. The tap room event will span two days, October 10th and 11th.
Three Taverns officially launched in late July with two offerings. Bottles just arrived in package stores mid-September. Below, Beer Street Journal video with Brian Purcell, founder.
Three Taverns Brewery (Decatur, GA) starting bottling for the first time over the weekend. The brewery opened their doors in July, 2013.
Currently, Three Taverns has two beer offerings, Singel Intent (Belgian-Style Single, 5% ) and A Night in Brussels (Belgian-style IPA, 7.5% ABV). Both will be available from now on in 12oz bottles.
Draft of both offerings have been available since launch.