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Tucker Brewing Company Beer

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 Tucker Brewing Company 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  


TKR Pilsner
4.8% ABV / 33 IBU   

Our TKR Pilsner pours crystal clear and is bright gold in color. Made with 100% specially-sourced German hops and malt. With floral hop aromas, this lager is endlessly refreshing and finishes smooth with a crisp, Noble hop bitterness.


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.



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.



Double Dry Hopped Pilsner
5.2% ABV / 36 IBU   

We used a TON of hops to dry hop this beer. Starting with our classic TKR Pilsner, we dry hopped it with German Mandarina Bavaria hops and American Eureka! hops. You will not find this beer super bitter, but bursting with aromamatics. This pilsner is also unfiltered to ensure a massive hop aroma. The Mandarina Bavaria hops deliver a citrus note while the Eureka! hops deliver a resinous, dank note. Enjoy you hopheads, you.



Slow Pour TKR Pilsner
4.8% ABV / 33 IBU   

The TKR Pilsner you know made with 100%, specially-sourced German ingredients, but poured nice and slow. Our Slow Pour TKR Pilsner is crafted in a series of three separate pours over the course of several minutes. A technique used in Germany, the slow pour is still crisp in character but showcases a softer mouthfeel and well rounded flavor. Gotta love that beautiful frothy foam.


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.

Bavarian Summer
5.3% ABV, 15 IBU   

Bavarian Summer is an ale lager combination with a hint of freshly squeezed grapefruit juice. The in-house juicing was a team effort carried out by brewers, bartenders, marketing and sales…the same way we juice the lemons for our Radler. The grapefruit will not completely consume your taste buds, but it complements the sweetness and clove-y notes that are traditional in a hefeweizen.



Weizen Bock
7.3% ABV, 13 IBU
This is our our beloved Southern Heaven Hefeweizen turned up to 11. 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.
Darker Lagers


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.


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.


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.



Mandarina Kölsch Ale
5.3% ABV, 21 IBU   

Bursting with floral, citrus hop aroma…this Kölsch is a little extra.

The Kölsch German ale has deep roots in Cologne, Germany, going back centuries. An old-world style, we decided to twist with new-world German hops – Mandarina Bavaria and Hallertau Blanc. These hops are descendants of the ever-so-juicy Cascade hop that has been popular in the US over the past 30 years.



4.5% ABV, 9 IBU   

This style – pronounced “GO-zah” – originated in Goslar, Germany, through which the Gose River flows. There is proof that the style dates all the way back to 500 AD.

This funky, German ale has a thick body due to the large portion of wheat used in the malt bill. There is a considerable, yet approachable lactic acid sourness that complements the beer’s solid wheat backbone. Coriander was added after fermentation to deliver a zesty, lemon, citrus spice vibe on the nose. Sea salt was added prior to fermentation as well to offset an overbearingly sweet flavor.

Enjoy yourself today…let Goseanna take you on a journey.