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Our Beer


Inspired By Tradition

Tucker Brewing Company is a family-owned and -operated brewery that exists to live our passions and share them with others. Every day we take an honest, intuitive approach to developing a solid product and experience through artisan craftsmanship and attention to detail making the highest-quality, primarily lager beers, creating a warm and inviting space and providing world-class service.

Many, though not all, of our beers are German in style and ingredients. Below you will find our current and upcoming beer offerings. Come back soon – and follow us on social media – to find out first about our upcoming seasonal beer releases.

Please note that at our Tasting Room and Beer Garden we also offer soft drinks (Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite), bottled water and complimentary organic juice boxes.


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Lighter Lagers  

Tucker Lager
4.7% ABV, 19 IBU   

Tucker Lager is your go-to, everyday beer! Both sessionable and flavorful, this helles-style lager beer is a Bavarian specialty. Crisp and refreshing like our TKR Pilsner, the Tucker Lager is the perfect balance of sweetness and bitterness, ideal for any occasion. Refreshing light aromas of bread and citrus packed in a frothy head.



TKR Pilsner
4.8% ABV / 33 IBU   

Our TKR Pilsner pours crystal clear and is bright gold in color. Made with all German hops and malt. With floral hop aromas, this lager is endlessly refreshing and finishes smooth with a crisp, Noble hop bitterness.




Roaring Twenties Radler
4.0% ABV / 8 IBU

Meaning “cyclist” in German, Radler was created in the early 1900s to quench bikers’ thirsts. A light Helles lager mixed with fresh-squeezed lemonade, our Radler is not overly sweet, but a crisp and refreshing beer with the invigorating taste of lemon.


Lottes Lager
4.6% ABV, 26 IBU   

Pale golden color. This lager was dry hopped with a combination of old-world German hops and new-age American hops delivering a bursting aroma of herbs and sweet fruits. The taste is relatively sweet at first with a crisp, bitter ending. This beer is unique in that a special enzyme was used during the fermentation process to break down the gluten that beer usually contains, resulting in a delicious, gluten-reduced lager beer.

Wheat Beer


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.



Weizen Bock
7.3% ABV, 13 IBU
This is our winter-warmer version of our beloved Southern Heaven Hefeweizen. Everything you get with our hefeweizen…you get double with our Weizenbock. This beer is unfiltered with more yeast/proteins in solution than your standard hefeweizen. It also has more residual sugars, which makes this beer rich, sweet and doughy. During fermentation, the hefeweizen yeast produces a clovey, pepper nose reminiscent of all spice. This beer may get you in the holiday spirit.
Darker Lagers


Sir Doppelbock
8.6% ABV, 21 IBU
If this beer were a dinner jacket, it would be a waspy corduroy blazer equipped with elbow pads and large buttons. Let this beer warm up a tad to enjoy it’s big-body malt complexity. Though hops were used in this beer, this beer is all about the malt. Sweet malt like Caramel and Viennas were used in conjunction with a dark, bitter Carafa malts. Oats and biscuit malt were also incorporated in the mash to ensure a velvet smooth interaction of bitter and sweet. Enjoy the moderate warming bite Sir Doppelbock will also give you on a cold winter night! Rarrrrrrrrr….this beer has sharp teeth!


Barrel-Aged Sir Doppelbock #1 (2020)
9.0% ABV, 18 IBU
Aged in ASW Distillery Resurgence Rye Barrels for 2 months. An all-around, complex sweetness that lightly reminds you of mom’s kitchen as a kid. Aromatics of a dark char in conjunction with flavors of cookie dough, vanilla bean, dark chocolate chips and cookie dough. Moderately warming on the back end that will make you warm inside and your cheeks rose-y./div>


Barrel-Aged Sir Doppelbock #2 (2020)
9.3% ABV, 18 IBU
Aged in ASW Distillery Tire Fire barrels for 2 months. Scotland is only a jump across the pond, but tonight it’s on tap. This beer resembles more of a peated scotch than a beer. Super big peat and char notes on the nose…kinda like if you were to set grandpa’s old leather couch on fire (please don’t). Don’t be intimidated by the big aromatics, the taste has a matured smoothness with notes of licorice, cherry and lavender. Mouth drying, with considerable bite.

Rebel Keller Brown Lager
7.0% ABV, 40 IBU
Raw, unfiltered, pulpy, dank. Not a traditional lager you would see on the market today. Since this beer has not been filtered, residual yeast and proteins are still in solution. They act as a web for hop resin and oil giving off a strong hoppy nose and residual bitterness that otherwise cannot be captured in filtered beer. One might encounter a combination of pine, mint and herbs on the nose due to the significant dry hop addition of German Northern Brewer hops.

Tucktoberfest Märzen Lager
5.5% ABV, 19 IBU
Traditionally served at Oktoberfest, märzen is a classic, amber-colored lager beer. Our Tucktoberfest Märzen Lager has a solid caramel malt backbone, but is moderately crisp to taste. Bready nose with toasty malt notes and a slightly floral aroma. Prost!



6.0% ABV, 35 IBU 
Enjoy our version of this German-style springtime beer. Bold balance of earthy, herbal, floral hops and big-bodied malt bill, including caramel, biscuit and Vienna malts.


Georgia Red Lager
5.4% ABV, 35 IBU   

An amber, red hue, reminiscent of our beautiful, rich Georgia clay. Our Georgia Red Lager has a bready, caramel nose with mild hints of earthy spice. Sweet taste with clean, moderately bitter finish. Excellent with food.



Burnt Fork Rauchbier
7.0% ABV, 26 IBU   

A festive beer brewed with smoked malts from Bamberg, Germany. In Bamberg, a native would just consider this beer a “lager.” But it’s very different from the lager we know. Dark amber in color with a smoky, campfire aroma. This lager has a full flavor and caramel malt-y-ness with a drying finish.




Rum Barrel-Aged Burnt Fork Rauchbier
8.5% ABV, 25 IBU   

We took our favorite fall-time smoked beer and aged it in Ecuadorian Rum Barrels for 2 months. This beer was purely experimental, but we were happy with how it turned out. The smoked, caramel malts used to brew this beer offered a wonderful canvas for the powerful, oaky vanilla spice we get from the rum barrels.




The Black Schwarzbier
5.4% ABV, 28 IBU   

Wafting with biscuit and roasted aromas. Taste is moderately bitter with matching body size and dark chocolate, coffee notes. Dry, crisp lager finish with lingering bitterness. Ask for the Black!



The Refuge Schwarzbier
5.4% ABV, 35 IBU   

Our Schwarzbier with added Refuge Coffee Company coffee. Dark roast, nutty nose. Mild bitterness characteristic of a cold brewed coffee. Clean, light finish.





Oatmeal Brown Ale
6.0% ABV, 20 IBU   

Big creamy foam. Roasty dark chocolate, biscuit nose. Sweeter and full-flavored, yet slight roast bitterness and crispness on the back end. Beer might look intimidating, but built to be sessionable. The beer is meant to have a solid balance between sweet oats and bitter carafa malt. Ultimate breakfast beer. Contains a good source of Beta Glucans good for heart health. Pairs well with Cheerios or Honey Comb!




Skip Blackberry Berliner Weisse
3.8% ABV, 8 IBU   

A bready, effervescent wild blackberry nose. Moderate acidity matched by a sizable wheat backbone. Tart, fruity lactic acid flavors.