Oct 29, 2016
It takes some courage to open up a craft brewery focusing mainly on lagers.
After all, lagers require a little more love...time...and temperature control before they're ready to serve.
And for the most part, craft beer drinkers are mainly an ale-centric bunch.
But for the men behind Hapeville's Arches Brewing, craft lagers are a way to showcase their brewing skills.
Ryan Fogelgren and Jamey Adams joined us in the studios this week.
Specializing in crisp, clean-drinking (mainly) German-style beers, the crew behind Arches have gained a good following in the community, and have even gained fans at the nearby Porsche headquarters.
We talked about their start in the brewing business, their growth, and the future.
Truck and Tap's Beers of the Week:
Speaking of lagers, we tried:
Atlanta's Wrecking Bar Brewpub becomes latest brewpub to offer growlers to go(source: Wrecking Bar)
More variety coming to Athens' Creature Comforts tasting room (source: Creature Comforts)
Design changes, new offerings for Marietta's Red Hare (source: Marietta Daily Journal)
Big Beach Brewing opens in Gulf Shores (source: AL.com)
Hammer-wielding suspect dies fleeing scene of Alabama beer theft (source: AL.com)
Second Craft Brewfest going on this weekend in Albertville (Source: The Gadsden Times)
Craft beer suffers from growing pains (Source: CBS Marketwatch)
So many questions. Such as: What beer? Judge convicted of bribing officer with beer(source: WALB News 10)