A Very “Hoppy” Blog

“Hoppy”  details about some of our favorite beers you should try out before hunting for that golden egg this weekend.

   Spring has sprung and the season of the Easter bunny is upon us. Fret not though, Grub is open all Easter weekend long so you can still come to get your favorites! Plus have you heard about our crazy good happy hour? If not, stop missing out and check your local Grub happy hours so you can get your happy on.

   Or perhaps, you are aware of our happy hour but find yourself torn between too many good decisions to choose from, well then read on. While no one Grub beer list is the same, we want to shine a spotlight on some of our fan favorites, head to your local Grub and see what’s on tap.

Crawford Bock- Karbach Brewing Company | 15 IBU | 4.5 ABV

   Self-proclaimed as a “ballpark beer” the Crawford Bock has Chinook and Cascade hops making it the perfect and smooth addition to any of our selections, especially our wings and one of a kind burgers. Have your own ball game at Grub. Plus, for all Astros fans out there, you will definitely want to try this beer out as a portion of proceeds from every Crawford Bock go to the Astros Foundation!

Texas Blonde-Wild Acre Brewery | 10 IBU | 5.7 ABV

   The latest year-round available release from this Ft. Worth-based brewery,  this beer has Azacca Hops, giving it a light feeling of summer sunshine that pairs perfect for any visit to Grub.  

Shiner Bock- Shiner Brewery | 13 IBU | 4.4 ABV

   Brewed since 1913, Shiner Bock is a classic favorite amongst Grub fans, offering German specialty hops that make it great for sipping on a game day or pairing with date night.

Soul of the city – Atlanta Brewing Co. | 45 IBUs|  5.7% ABV

   From the oldest continually operating brewery in Atlanta, Atlanta Brewing Co,  Soul of the City features Citra, Denali and Crystal hops from the pacific northwest. Perfect for the spring time, this pale ale pairs perfect with the patio.

Rapturous- Three Taverns Brewery ABV 5%

   Voted best Georgia Sour in 2016 by Beer Guy’s Radio 2016 Public poll, this sour raspberry ale brings a tart punch to the fruity raspberry puree base. If you’re in the mood for something different and maybe even a bit jaw locking, this is the one for you!

So many more wonderful beers we could feature, but why not let you get out to Grub and try them for yourselves!

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