Arches Brewing Expanding Distribution to Alabama


Hapeville, GA – Great news for craft beer lovers in Alabama. They will soon have available craft beers from one of the top breweries out of Georgia. Arches Brewing just announced they will begin distribution in the Birmingham, Montgomery, and Mobile markets the week of August 24th.

The initial plan is to launch with three of their craft beers that are highly rated by Beer Connoisseur MagazineMexican Empire Vienna Lager (97), Low Viz IPA, and Lloyd’s Light Lager (89). Mexican Empire is a malt forward, well balanced Vienna Lager (5.2% ABV) accented by spicy/herbal aromas flavors of Magnum, Hallertauer and Hersbrucker hops. Low Viz is a 7% ABV Hazy IPA sporting tropical and citrus aromas from Cashmere, Mosaic, Ekuanot, Simcoe, and Centennial hops. Lloyd’s Light is a low ABV (3.8%) American Lager perfect for the hot humid summers of the South. It’s an easy drinking, sessionable Lager with nuanced notes from Magnum, Hallertauer, Hersbrucker and Callista hops. Characterized by restrained bitterness and a refreshing clean, crisp finish. It is perfect for cookouts and lazy days by the pool or lake.

Arches Brewing opened in 2016 in Hapeville, GA. Arches describes their approach as a “focus on bringing the best of old-world tradition and modern brewing practices together to offer many traditional lagers, Euro-inspired ales, and creatively brewed small batch beers.” Realizing great beer starts with great water, the brewery places a particular emphasis on water chemistry to build water profiles similar to the region that a beer style may have originated from. That kind of attention to detail results in quality craft beers for the craft beer enthusiast.

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