Just want to give our crew an extra 30 minutes to avoid the ice on the side streets
Tasting Notes: Caramel, milk chocolate, dried fruit, baking cookies, creamy, silky smooth, indulgent
This oatmeal cream stout honors our brewer’s father and his ability to recover from adversity. It is made with a heaping amount of oats and lactose to provide a silky smooth mouthfeel and a full body while keeping the alcohol in check. Think oatmeal raisin cookies in a glass… *Contains dairy products, please avoid if you are lactose intolerant or vegan
5.0%ABV 35 IBUs
Tasting Notes: Rich espresso, light caramel, cedar, earthy, forest floor, cocoa
For the second batch of coffee beer (aka beta) we took the Five Stitches Porter and infused JavaVino Amigos blend coffee to deliver a rich coffee experience for this cold weather.
We will be closed on
Thursday 11/23 for Thanksgiving
Sunday 12/17 at 5pm for our staff party
Sunday 12/24 and Monday 12/25 for Christmas
Happy Holiday’s from your Twain’s Family!
We will reopen promptly at 6pm.
We apologize for any inconvenience
Tasting Notes: Ashy, coffee, unsweetened chocolate, biscuits, toast
This beer has always signified the changing of the season to autumn and prepping for football, hockey and playoff baseball. The beer becomes much more complex upon warming to cellar temperatures (~ 50°F).
5.1% ABV 43 IBUs
Tasting Notes: Floral, piney, grapefruit, wood.
This Old School IPA is the ‘anti-juice’. All Columbus hops in this brew will melt your face like the 90’s IPAs of yore. this is an all Columbus IPA with enough malt to soften the blow of these extreme hops. Exfoliate your taste buds and have a true IPA.
6.7% ABV 77 IBUs
Tasting Notes: Doughy, baking bread, light bread crust; spicy and floral hops, firm bitterness
Our fourth beer in the “Alternative Facts Series” is a Czech-style Pilsner that was brewed with Floor-Malted Bohemian Pilsner malt and Czech Saaz hops while using our proprietary techniques to make lager-style beers with ale species of yeast. Na zdravi!
5.7% ABV 36 IBU
Tasting Notes: Stone fruit esters of apricot and peach, red pear, grainy malt, light body, slight spicy note
This style is an everyday drinking beer for the monks inside the monasteries. Very approachable; this is a great beer to start with in developing a love for Belgian-style beers. Not too strong or heavy; it still delivers a good bit of flavor on the finish.
4.8%ABV 55 IBU
11.5% abv, 18 IBUs Tasting Notes: When cold: Black Licorice, Black Pepper, Toffee, Aged Rum; When warmed: Caramel, dark rum, raisin, marshmallow, cola
Notes: Bourbon, Dulce de Leche, Vanilla, caramel cake, oak, toffee
Another of the last remaining beers from former brewer, Chase Medlin, this beer has been aged in a Willett Sour Mash Bourbon Barrel for 17 months.
Notes: Rum raisin, oak, caramel, toffee, boozy
This strong ale was aged in a French red wine barrel for over a year and was one of the last remaining beers from the previous head brewer, Chase Medlin. Look for this beer in a few months later that was aged in a Willet Bourbon barrel.
9.5% ABV 20 IBUs
Tasting Notes: High nuttiness, unmistakable wild rice character, rich toffee, creme caramel and biscuits/saltines with moderate earthy English hops, low carbonation
An interesting twist on our traditional English Brown Ale, this beer was brewed with a substantial amount of wild rice. The beer will pair with nearly everything on the menu (especially fish & chips) and is extremely drinkable. Welcome Autumn, Cheers!
5.5% ABV 25 IBUs
Fresh Hop Rye IPA!!
Notes: Herbal, grassy and spicy hop character, chewy rye and toasted bread
Fresh hops are taken straight off the vine and shipped for immediate use; the hops go into the beer with the following 24 hrs. This fresh hop beer is made with all Nugget hops, a hop know for its spicy and herbal character. The beer is one of 7 collaborations Tim Schiavone of Banyan Roots Brewing Co. has done throughout Georgia this fall. We were sad to loose Tim as our Asst. Brewer here at Twain’s but were are so happy and excited to support his new venture at Banyan Roots Brewing Co.
Due to inclement weather and the concern for safety, Twain’s will be closed today. We intend to reopen for regular business hours tomorrow. Check back to be sure.
Our crushable UK-style beer is similar to an American Pale Ale in character but made with British ingredients. This is an excellent beer for the unbearable heat of summers in metro Atlanta. Named after the debut album of Linkin Park; their creative take on the rock music scene the past 17 years has been a strong influence on our brewer.Hops: East Kent Golding, Brambling Cross, Horizon
5.6% abv, 42 IBUs
We took cold brewed “honey process” Nicaraguan coffee from local cafe JavaVino and made this Coffee Stout. Caramel, milk chocolate, and vanilla characters come through from the coffee and its influence on the beer.
Notes: Intense resin, Tasting Notes: Papaya, Mango, Resin, Grapefruit, Orange, bitter & crisp finish, hazy
This new IPA is a clash between West Coast-Style pine, grapefruit and bitter focused IPAs and East Coast-Style hazy, creamy and tropical fruit juice focused IPAs. Hops: Galaxy, Eukanot, Jarrylo, Idaho 7
6.7%ABV 70 IBU
Every Wednesday we’ll be taping a different beer carbonated with Nitro and poured through a sparkler!
Come by and try one of your favorite beers on Nitro! Limited quantities are available of each Nitro beer, we’ll keep it on tap until it blows!
Tapped on 7/19 Nitro Ravana’s Grip Irish Stout!
Notes: Pale and golden toasted bread; slight minerality, crisp finish, touch of spicy hops
The Nitro version of our Irish Stout provides a smooth texture and mouthfeel while amplifying the caramel and chocolate notes of the beer. Try it side-by-side with the CO2 version for an interesting comparison.
Notes: Blueberry, Belgian spiced aromatics
Copious amounts of pureed blueberries were added to our My Girl Belgian Blonde to create this Smurfette-esque beer. LIMITED quantities available.
Scottish Export (80/-)
Notes: Mahogony color with ruby highlights; medium light body; caramel, toffee, hint of butterscotch; Biscuit, shortbread, light toasted malt; tea-like earthiness
This Scottish Ale was brewed with David Byer as the Brewer’s Choice Award from the 2017 Peach State Brew Off homebrew competition. The beer is a slightly stronger version of an everyday Scottish Ale (not the same as Scotch Ale). Despite its complex malt profile this beer is very easy to drink..
Notes: hints of coffee, milk chocolate and caramel; toffee, earthy and biscuit as it warms; creamy mouthfeel
The Brown Porter was originally an English invention of blended beer at differing ratios of stout and pale ale depending on the bar. Once brewers began making the beer as an outright style, it used a heavy amount of brown malt to mimic that flavor profile. We add dose of oatmeal to lend some creaminess to the beer. This beer also happens to be low in gluten but you’d never know it!
5.0 % ABV
Notes: Baking bread, Bartlett pear, yellow apple, mandarin, coriander, cardamom, pink peppercorn
Our triple was run through a three-step mash and is highly carbonated to keep the body lighter & the finish semi dry.
All the fruit & spice character comes from our Belgian yeast
Notes: Grapefruit, lemon, mango, blackberries, tangerine, firm bitterness, 66 IBUs
Made with hops from the UK, US, Japan and Germany. Our 6th IPA from Mike Castagno was brewed on June 6th. We recently lost a friend and a dedicated member of the Georgia craft beer family, Dan Rosen. Dan was a big advocate and fan of fresh IPAs. We hope he would approve of the Familia IPA. Rest in Peace, Dan, this beer is for you.
6.6 ABV 66 IBUs
German Pilsner Ale, 5.2% abv
Notes: Floral hop bouquet, graham cracker, sweet malt, smooth finish
Our second installment of the “Alternative Facts Series” is a German Pilsner brewed with ale yeast. Keeping that in mind, we used a few tricks to mimic lager fermentation and then lagered this beer for over 3 weeks. Crisp, semi-dry and easy to drink in hot weather.
American Copper Ale, 6.0%
Notes: Resin & dank on the nose, fruity hop finish – dragonfruit, papaya; touch of toasted malt
Our copper ale is a cross between a Pale Ale, Amber Ale and IPA. It almost comes across as a younger cousin of the Overt Hops Double IPA in its character. Two hops were used in this beer: Ahtanum & Equinox/Ekuanot. It is named after the great film director, Stanley Kubrick with a slight nod to our brewer’s background in Chemistry (“cupric” is the Latin term for the highest oxidation state of copper).
Belgian Wit, 5.5% abv
Notes: Orange, coriander, grainy, creamy, slight tartness on the finish
Our first batch of Witbier is dedicated to the endless patience of our brewer’s wife. Her favorite beer genre is wheat beer and Wit is a great warm weather option. Named after the infamous question in Philadelphia – when you order a cheesesteak you’ll be asked “Wit or Witout?”.
Notes of chocolate, nuttiness, caramel and earthiness round out this true session ale. Great body from a low abv beer
This collaborative brew with Schmaltz Brewing features a soft malt character with biscuit, baking bread and toast. Ample Esters of bubble gum, pear and guava with a firm spiciness from the phenois.
Our first from the “Alternative Facts Series” of beers; an ale version of a Vienna Lager. This beer is light in body and highly drinkable. Vienna style beer is rich in toasty malt without being heavy or too sweet. A low bitterness is just enough to support the malt. Austria-Thirsty finishes on the dry side with floral hops refreshing the palate. 5.7% ABV
A velvety smooth mouthfeel pairs with a moderate fruity ester profile; caramel, raisin, biscuit, chocolate and coffee notes follow. This stout is a farewell tribute to Chef Savannah, wishing her all the best and great food too! 7.2% ABV
Using our Chestnut Brown Ale as a base, this beer is infused with Buffalo Trace Bourbon. The bourbon accents of oak, vanilla, and caramel go great with the chocolate and nuttiness of the brown ale. Moderate fruitiness from fermentation softens the alcohol and the two really compliment each other. 6.7% ABV
Made with 6 pounds of hops per barrel (1 pound per 5 gallons), this double IPA showcases an array of hop character – Pine, resin, grapefruit, orange and tangerine all pop through. The malt is rich with toasted bread flavors. While bitterness is high, it is clean and does not linger. Dedicated to Brewer Mike’s home-brew club, the Covert Hops Society. 8.6% ABV
Caramel and biscuit malt flavors support a judicious amount of hops in this red IPA. Grapefruit, herbs and hints of pine carry through the taste, leaving a moderate bitterness, tamed by the malt character. 50 IBUs. 6.1%ABV
Our Mistress of Mischief Belgian Rouge gets a helping of passionfruit in the serving tank. A special for Valentine’s day, but good for stirring up some mischief anytime.
This artisanal Belgian amber ale has a candy-like sweetness and hints of caramel up front from the house-caramelized candi sugar while still managing to finish very dry. The yeast has provided a complex array of esters and phenols for the aroma – pear, banana, apple, apricot, clove and pepper. 7.8%ABV
Tasting Notes: Grapefruit, orange, floral, baking bread, dry finish
A few glasses of this IPA will make you the smartest person in the room, or so you may think. Brewed to honor the traditional southern California style IPA this is a dry, bitter grapefruit forward beer.
Hops: Centennial, Palisade, Cascade, Columbus
ABV 7.7% IBUs 80
This kellerbier is an unfiltered, unlagered American take on a Pilsner. The nose is slightly citrusy and lemony from the American hops; spicy and a touch floral due to the Continental hops. The malt is grainy and a bit doughy from a mix of pilsner malt, red wheat and oat malt. The body is light and crisp with a dry, refreshing bite on the finish. Highly drinkable. Collaboration with Todd DiMatteo from Good Word Brewing. 5.4% ABV
This unfiltered IPA is brewed with judicious amounts of wheat and is unfiltered to preserve the wonderful aroma. Hop Haise pours a golden yellow with a rich and creamy white head. The grainy malt props up the juicy hop character. Tropical fruits abound mango, passion fruit, pineapple, lemon, and tangerine. 45 IBU 6.1% ABV
Barleywine Paradiso, 8.8%
Unexpectedly, this barleywine is quite approachable. The complexity of the beer brings forth flavors of ripe pomme fruit, fig and date with rich caramel to complement. Despite this, the finish is moderately dry preventing it from becoming cloyingly sweet.
Tasting Notes: Cocoa Powder, Black peppercorns, charred bread, toast, light caramel
Our second iteration of Dark Matter consists of a Chilean roasted malt, German toasted malt and hops from New Zealand and the US. This world traveler is in honor of Garrett Sever who helped in honing the craft of brewing as a mentor to our head brewer. Hops: Pacific Jade, Nugget, Amarillo
6.7% ABV 55IBUs
Sam’s Smoked Porter, 6.4%
Think about Barbeque: rich, dense smoke with a bit of ashy, charred bark and a sweet full finish. Give this beer about a half pint before you decide whether you like it or not. Trust me, as you keep drinking it, you’ll grow more and more fond of it!
Clara’s Chestnut Brown Ale, 6.0%
Worry not – the nut brown ale offered here contains no nuts. Mahogany in color, the flavor of walnuts and chestnuts comes purely from the malt. This is paired with hints of toasted bread, caramel and chocolate.
Celebrated Jumping Frog IPA, 7.0% 82 IBU
An homage to old school resinous and bitter IPAs of the west coast. Showcasing Chinook, Cascade and Coulumbus
11th Hour APA, 5.5%
This American Pale Ale was our head brewer’s flagship beer as a homebrewer. Light toasty malt backs a bright hop character full of tangerine, mango and pineapple with hints of grapefruit. Is it juicy? Yes, yes it is.
High End ESB, 5.2%
This British-style pale ale is incredibly drinkable while showcasing earthy and floral hops in the aroma. The finish is moderately bitter and balanced with biscuit and cracker-type malt flavors and rich caramel throughout.
My Girl Belgian Blonde, 6.5%
This Belgian Blonde is dedicated to our brewer’s 3-year old daughter and her favorite song by The Temptations. The beer pours light gold in color with a pale white creamy head. The initial burst of fruit esters are reminiscent of pears and stone fruit with a hint of spicy, pepper on the finish. Careful, this beer is much stronger than it seems and may sneak up on you!
Slide Rule Pale Ale taps in at 6.6%. Bordering on IPA This robust pale has rich nose of honey tangerine and grapefruit. Smooth mouthfeel with a punch of citrus hops and a pithrusy dry lingering finish.
This single batch vintage ale pours black in color and has the familiar gingerbread spice notes with candied ginger and hints of vanilla, cinnamon, clove and nutmeg. There is a soft and subtle chocolatey undertone that marries with the creamy mouthfeel and bready malt. Get this beer while you can in order to usher in the holiday season. Limited release
This beer style goes by many names: the oxymoronic “Black IPA” (India PALE Ale), Cascadian Dark Ale or American Black Ale. Regardless of what you call it, there is a softer more rounded hop character to this than a typical IPA. Moderate citrus notes pair with a touch of dark toasted bread while the creamy mouthfeel really softens the perceived bitterness.
The holiday season has arrived!
Thanksgiving Thursday 11/24: Closed
Monday 12/12: Closed for Staff Party
Christmas Eve Saturday 12/24: Closed
Christmas Day Sunday 12/25: Closed
Normal hours all other days. Have a happy and safe end of 2016!
Changing the Guard Oatmeal Stout starts with a waft of black coffee, a touch of apple fruitiness and a deep toasted bread note. Hints of dark chocolate with a soft smooth creaminess from the oats and a light earthiness from the hops. The finish is semi-dry with a touch of dark dried fruits: dates, figs and raisin lingering. 6.1% ABV.