Hoof Hearted Brewing
Hoof Hearted Brewing – Marengo, Ohio
Hoof Hearted Brewing adds Atlanta distro
Marengo, Ohio based Hoof Hearted Brewing is now available in Atlanta, Georgia. The brewery has signed a distribution deal with Savannah Distributing.
As of right now, only one beer is available in the city – Everybody Wants Some!!, the brewery’s Double IPA. Beer Street Journal is told that the first release is extremely limited- an estimate of about 20 cases.
Hoof Hearted Brewing was founded in 2011 and is known for releases like Konkey Dong Double IPA, Side Pipin’ India Farmhouse Ale, and Mom Jeans Double Milk Stout.
An email to Savannah Distributing was not immediately returned.
Burial Beer & Hoof Hearted Brewing create ‘Two Dollars’ Pale Ale
Asheville, North Carolina’s Burial Beer and Marengo, Ohio’s Hoof Hearted Brewing have teamed up on a new pale ale.
This beer starts with the love of 80’s movies. If you don’t believe it, check out the Sloth and Burt Reynolds mural on the side of the Burial’s taproom. This beer starts with the love of the John Cusack classic, Better Off Dead. “Johnny” the menacing paperboy in the movie is constantly yelling “I want my two dollars” for the papers.
In that same vein, the brewing duo have created a beer for the taproom that is just $2 dollars.
‘Two Dollars’ Pale Ale is brewed with coriander and lime, plus a touch of lupulin powder (basically concentrated hops) and a bold yeast. The beer is big on flavor, not on price.
Truly a sight to behold: a man beaten. The once great champ, now, a study in moppishness. Hard enough on his luck to run form a blood-thirsty barrel of killer paperboys. But smart enough to save $2 for this can of delightful pale ale, thriftily hashed together with lupulin powder, citrus peel, and tale from our childhood that is just a beloved by these Ohio boys.
Burial Beer Two Dollars Pale Ale will be available in 12 ounce cans and draft at the brewery on Thursday, April 20th.
Style: Pale Ale (w/ Coriander. Lime. Lupulin Powder.)
Availability: 12oz Cans, Draft
PIC: Beer Street Journal