We got to take a short break from work on Friday and head down the street to Wild Heaven brewery for a private tour. They won’t be open to the public for a few more weeks, so getting to go behind the scenes was really exciting! They had a photographer there snapping pictures for this USA Today feature on Atlanta’s craft beer! Here’s what they had to say about Wild Heaven:
“Wild Heaven Brewery
Native Georgians Nick Purdy (founder of the award-winning music magazine, Paste) and Eric Johnson (noted horticulturist and founder of the A+ Beer Advocate-rated beer bar, Trappeze Pub, in Athens, Ga.) started selling their award-winning beers in 2010, and the buzz hasn’t stopped. Complexly woven brews such as Ode to Mercy, with its roasted malt/coffee notes and creamy finish, are what keep people in line. Fans can taste Let There be Light — a barley and wheat beer made with rare hops –at their spankin’ new tasting room set to open in early May. They’ll offer tours and tastings three to four days a week, including first tastes of new experiments from brew master Eric Johnson. wildheavencraftbeers.com“
Here are the awesome pictures they took of the tour. I’m the goofball in the cozy gray cardigan.
I can’t wait for Wild Heaven to open!