Three Taverns Helm’s Deep returns to the Decatur, Georgia brewery again on November 2nd.
This imperial stout was initially a long time coming. Ahead of the original release in 2016, the crew at Three Taverns has been aging this monster in various bourbon barrels, looking for the perfect oaky compliment. In the years since the release, the brewing staff has been come obsessive over the barrels and aging process of this release.
The 2016 edition found a perfect pairing in 8-year-old Heaven Hill bourbon barrels. Helm’s Deep was their “thickest and chewiest beer to date” according to brewery founder Brian Purcell when it first debuted. This beer’s popularity has grown so much that Three Taverns has also released a German Chocolate variant.
𝗛𝗲𝗹𝗺’𝘀 𝗗𝗲𝗲𝗽 is a 13% bourbon barrel aged stout with a chewy mouthfeel and rich flavors of bourbon saturated oak, dark chocolate, and molasses.
750-milliliter bottles of Three Taverns Helm’s Deep when the brewery opens on Saturday, November 2nd.
Three Taverns Pometheus is being canned for the first time. The Decatur, Georgia based brewery will debut the new format this weekend.
Pometheus is a part of the brewery’s ongoing Sour Asylum Series, which features an array of various kettle-soured beers. This particular release has been a draft-only favorite in the taproom, prompting the brewery to finally can this superfruit delight.
Pomegranate and blueberries plus a touch of lactose milk sugar is the brewing combination that makes Pometheus so popular. The pomegranate is slightly tart, the blueberries slightly sweet, and each sip finishes with a smooth creaminess from the milk sugar.
Three Taverns Pometheus will be available on Saturday, September 21st when the brewery opens.
Three Taverns Cream Weaver is back by popular demand this weekend.
Part of the Sour Asylum Series, silky cream weaver is big on tangerine and vanilla flavors. Pre-sales for this beer’s return sold out in a day.
Three Taverns Cream Weaver will be available in 12-ounce cans and draft when the brewery opens on Saturday, August 10th.
Style: Kettle Sour Ale (w/Tangerine, Vanilla. Lactose.)
Availability: 12oz Cans, Draft. Brewery Release.
Latest Return: 8/10/19
Three Taverns Phenom IPA will be available on July 26th.
Phenom, a 5.5% “summer” India pale ale leads with big citrus fruit flavors like pineapple, orange, and tangerine according to the brewery – dry-hopped with Cascade, Citra, Simcoe.
With a restrained bitterness, a subtle sweetness from Golden Naked Oats to balance the hops, and a flavorful, dry finish, Phenom is a crushable and thirst-quenching IPA that won’t survive long in your glass.
Three Taverns Phenom will be available in 12-ounce cans and draft at the brewery starting Friday. Distribution to followed shortly after.
Hops: Cascade, Citra, Simcoe
Availability: 12oz Cans, Draft.
Three Taverns Tropical Luxure joins the brewery’s Sour Asylum Series on June 8th.
This new release combines flavors of pineapple, passionfruit, and mango, with the creamy inspiration of another Sour Asylum Series – Cream Weaver. Together, they make a beer that the brewery says is the “perfect companion to help you battle that scorching Atlanta summer heat”.
Three Taverns Tropical Luxure is a brewery only release in 12-ounce cans and draft.
Three Taverns 3 Day IPA is back in cans once again, ahead of the local Decatur Arts Festival.
This hoppy release is THE official beer Decatur Arts Festival. This session India pale ale was a huge hit in the taproom when first released on draft in 2016.
This year’s release dry-hopped, and features Amarillo, Lemondrop, Mosaic, and El Dorado hops.
…is a 4.6% session IPA that is hazy in appearance and extremely crushable.
Three Taverns 3 Day IPA is available at the taproom again starting in mid-may in 12-ounce cans, and draft.
Hops: Amarillo, Mosaic, Lemondrop, El Dorado
Availability: 12oz Cans, Draft.
Latest Return: Mid-May 2019
Three Taverns Voyage, a new open fermented mixed culture saison, debuts today.
This unique release is a mixed culture saison, which uses Three Tavern’s house saison yeast, Georgia-grown wheat, and North Carolina rye. Voyage is the first in a series of ‘Wooden Vat’ releases by the Decatur, Georgia based brewery.
No, this isn’t fermented in steel. Three Taverns Voyage is open-fermented in oak. Old world style.
…Crafted with Georgia grown wheat and NC artisan rye then open fermented in an oak vat with our house saison blend, bright aromas of citrus and pineapple mingle with a bouyant funkiness to create a complex drinking experience.
Those with the appreciation of funky, open-fermented, Belgian-style wild ales can seek this at the brewery starting April 5th.
Style: American Wild Ale (Oak Aged)
Availability: 12.7oz Bottles. Limited Release.