Yuengling finally comes to georgia

Finally, at long last, Yuengling is coming to Atlanta.  Georgia has long been a holdout on the East Coast, but Yuengling was finally able to fight through all of this state’s insanely retarded alcohol laws and they are now allowed to sell their beer to all of us thirsty citizens.  Now I won’t have to smuggle it in from the Carolinas.

I know the way I’m talking about it I’m kind of building it up as this amazing mind-blowing beer.  It isn’t.  But it is pretty good, and typically priced around the same as Miller or Bud.

Word on the street is that Green’s (downtown, on Ponce) will be the first and should have it as early as this Monday.  Better get in line now!

via:: The Atlanta Beer Guide

7 Responses to “Yuengling (FINALLY) Comes To Georgia”

  1. scotchdrinker says:

    Sweet nectar of the beer gods…finally. I too smuggle several cases every time a make a trip to the Carolina’s….but no more my friend…no more. While it may not be mind blowing, it’s still pretty damn good.

  2. James says:

    Its everywhere now, Its about time, after 4 years of taste testing several different beers, I finally have my beer back.

  3. DrinkPlanner says:

    Yep, I was really happy when I went out last night and was able to order a bottle, and there were ads all over the place for it. So great.

  4. Stephen says:

    You can thank Anheuser-Busch

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