Savannah Brown Ale is an American brown ale crafted with a rich malt flavor, balanced by a crisp hop finish. It has aromas of roasted nuts, chocolate, and citrus. The flavors start with a blend of chocolate, caramel, and roasted nuts and follow with a balance of resinous and citrusy hops.
The beer pairs well with hearty dishes. Steaks, hamburgers, and sausage are all good choices, and the hoppiness of the beer makes it particularly well suited to be served alongside game dishes. The beer also stands up to strong cheeses such as sharp cheddar, gorgonzola, blue, and (our favorite) asiago. 6.2% ABV, 18.9 SRM, 55 IBU
Tybee Island Blonde is a Kölsch style ale. It is a clean, crisp, session beer brewed with noble hops. The Blonde has a light floral aroma and a mild hop bitterness.
The agreeable nature of this German style ale means that it will get along well with many foods, but you have to pick a dish that won’t overwhelm it. Being that we are on the coast, we suggest you start by pairing it with some seafood! 4.7% ABV, 3.7 SRM, 17 IBU
Coastal Empire Pale Ale pours a clear amber color. It has big citrus aroma with a hint of herbal and spice notes. This is followed up with a big citrus hop flavor with undertones of earthy and spicy hops. The malt balances well with a slight caramel taste that is not present enough to detract from the bitterness.
Pale ales should be paired with hearty food pairings such as grilled meats and sharp cheeses that can stand up to the hoppiness of the beer. Spicy foods such as salsas and curries also make an excellent pairing as the hop bite will accentuate the spiciness and heat of the dishes. And being on the coast, we also suggest trying it with any type of seafood. 5.8% ABV, 10.7 SRM, 40 IBU