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Wild Heaven Releases Let There Be Light

Wild Heaven Craft Beers (Decatur, Georgia) is set to release their 5th beer on February 1st.  Let There Be Light is the first “sessionable” beer by the brewery, clocking in at only 4.7% ABV.   Rethink your approach to light beers, because this “Light” beer is full of flavor.  Eric Johnson brewed Let There Be Light with Nelson Sauvin and  Sorachi Ace hops, barley, wheat, and orange peel.  The beer is complex and light bodied, without a lot of alcohol to slow down your drinking session.

“Wild Heaven is always about flavor first and we noticed that people assume you can only get big flavors from big beers.” says Wild Heaven President Nick Purdy. “We challenged ourselves to create a beer that’s really interesting, complex and flavorful, but would fit those occasions that a more sessionable beer fits the bill. With Let There Be Light, an obviously tongue-in-cheek name, we think we’ve done it.”

Beginning tomorrow, Wild Heaven teams up with select Taco Mac locations around Georgia to offer an exclusive and limited sneak peek of Let There Be Light.  It will be featured as February’s “Beer of The Month” at the following Georgia Taco Mac locations: Atlanta Metropolis (Peachtree St.), Virginia-Highland, Suwanee, Alpharetta, Cumming, Perimeter, Buford, Kennesaw, Newnan, Roswell Crabapple and Marietta – Dallas Highway.
Each Thursday night during February is “Pint Night” at Taco Mac, offering Wild Heaven fans a chance to get a free Wild Heaven pint glass with their order of Let There Be Light.

“Light” joins, Eschaton, Ode To Mercy, Invocation, and Special Winter Ale.

Style: American Ale
Availability: Draft only
4.7% ABV