Saison made with local honey
Common Things is a mixed-culture saison made with honey from local bees. The beer features Styrian Golding and aged Cascade hops. It was fermented in stainless steel before being packaged and refermented in 750mL bottles.
With each of our farmhouse style offerings, we aspire to incorporate a local connection to the brew. For Common Things, we worked with the University of Georgia’s Honey Bee Program to source the honey from local bees. Common Things serves as the third beer we’ve made using honey.
“We’ve learned a lot about ways to use honey through previous projects, and putting it in a light, tart, refreshing beer felt like the next progression,” says our Wood Cellar & Specialty Brand Manager, Blake Tyers. “We’re also excited to have another opportunity to showcase locally sourced ingredients in our beer.”
The label artwork was designed by our Tasting Room Shift Leader & Illustrator Melissa Merrill. Common Things will be available from our tasting room starting on August 25.