Tucker Brewing Company Beer
Tucker Brewing Company is a family-owned and -operated brewery based in the heart of Tucker, Georgia, about 15 minutes east of Decatur. We’re committed to making the highest-quality, lager beers and creating an inviting space emphasized by world class service. Many, though not all, of our beers are German in style and ingredients. Our award-winning beers can be found at Total Wine, Publix, Kroger, Whole Foods and more throughout the metro Atlanta and surrounding areas. Check out our map of where to find our beer.
Below you will find our current beer selection of what’s on tap. When you are looking for a local brewery, think Tucker Brewing! Follow us on Facebook or Instagram to find out first about our upcoming seasonal beer releases.
Please note that at our tasting room and beer garden also offer food and soft drinks (Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite), sparkling water and juice.
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4.7% ABV, 19 IBU
GABF Gold winner 2021, This Helles lager is a Bavarian specialty. Crisp, clean and crushable, Tucker Lager is the perfect balance of sweet and bitter. Refreshing light aromas of bread and honeysuckle packed in a frothy head.
2021 Gold Medal Winner, Great American Beer Festival, Light Lager Category
2021 Silver Medal Winner, New York International Beer Competition, Light Lager Category
2021 Bronze Medal Winner, U.S. Open Beer Championship, Munchner Helles Light Category
4.8% ABV / 33 IBU
Refreshing and crisp with a floral hop aroma, our TKR Pilsner pours crystal clear and is bright gold in color. Features 100%, specially-sourced German ingredients, including Noble hops, for a crisp bitterness and a smooth finish.
2021 Bronze Medal Winner, New York International Beer Competition, German-Style Pilsner Category
Slow Pour TKR Pilsner
4.8% ABV / 33 IBU
Crafted in a series of three separate pours over the course of several minutes. A technique used in Germany, the slow pour is crisp in character but gives a softer mouth feel and well-rounded flavor with beautiful, frothy foam.
SAYURI RICE LAGER
54.6% ABV / 25 IBU
Brewed with rice as 25% of malt bill. This beer has moderate marshmallow, rice sweetness and a mild herbal aroma from Japanese Sorachi Ace Hops.
6.5% ABV / 35 IBU
“Keller” meaning cellar in German, is referring to this lager’s raw, unrefined character. This lager is unfiltered, hazy, and has a bit more hop character and ABV than your standard lager. This lager is moderately bitter and packs a bouquet of piney hop aromas.
4.5% ABV, 28 IBU
Brewed with a classic European variety of barley. This beer is light, unfiltered and has nuanced complexity in aroma and taste. Ultra smooth, easy drinking Pils.
Roaring Twenties Radler
4.5% ABV, 28 IBU
“Radler” meaning Cyclist in German, is named for a German pub owner cutting his pilsner with lemonade to quench the thirst of frequent cyclists’ guests. A popular style in Germany during the summer months, this beer is our Tucker Lager mixed with house-made, fresh-squeezed lemonade (not from concentrate!) A lively tart lemon flavor that is crisp, refreshing, easy drinking.
Darker Lagers and Ales
Georgia Red Lager
5.4% ABV, 35 IBU
True to name, our red lager pours deep amber, Georgia red. Aromas of bright German citrus hops balanced with a rich malt backbone. Bready, caramel nose with mild hints of earthy spice. Sweet taste with clean, moderately bitter finish. Excellent with food.
2021 Silver Medal Winner, Can Can Awards, International Amber Lager Category
2021 Bronze Medal Winner, New York International Beer Competition, American-style Amber Lager Category
Southern Heaven Hefeweizen
5.0% ABV, 8 IBU
A traditional German wheat beer, our unfiltered Southern Heaven Hefeweizen showcases the flavors and aromas of banana and clove in this classic style. Amber-gold in color with a thick, creamy head, Southern Heaven is smooth and subtly sweet.
2021 Bronze Medal Winner, Can Can Awards, Ale Category
Berlin Nights are Crazy
6.2% ABV, 8 IBU
A stronger Berliner Weisse variation with oats, lactose, and local Bainbridge, GA honey used in the brewing process. Two types of bacteria were propagated by Southern Philosophy and TBC for the kettle souring process. This beer was fermented with a Belgian and Domestic strain of ale yeast. Red prickly pear puree was added to the beer after fermentation.
Skip’s Berliner Weisse with Hibiscus
7% ABV, 10 IBU
A kettle sour with very big effervescent fruity aromatics. The taste is light with moderate acidity with a hint of floral tea on the backend. Crisp and puckering after-taste that leaves a slight alcoholic warming.