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When are we going to Savannah? – NYTimes.com

June 4, 2015

36 Hours in Savannah, Ga. – NYTimes.com.

“Antiquated Prohibition-era regulations that forbid breweries from selling beer on-site have stymied Georgia’s craft beer culture. But three local breweries — all opened to the public in the last two years — sidestep this obstacle by selling souvenir glasses that confer free tastings. Start a brewery crawl at Service Brewing Co., which is owned and operated by veterans. Tours of the cavernous facility are overseen by the resident brewery cat Black Hawk, while the balanced Compass Rose IPA is poured from taps under a prominent American flag. At nearby Southbound Brewing Company, join the crowd sampling easy-drinking brews like the citrusy Scattered Sun Belgian Wit. And if it’s the first or third Saturday of the month, tack on a stop at Coastal Empire Beer Co. for a chance to taste the stellar Southern Delight Praline Amber, a rich ale flavored with Georgia pecans.”

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