Khonso Brewing Khonso) fuses different beer styles together to create a unique beer experience. Khonso’s eclectic beer recipes have a unique taste and vibe that comes from the blending of different grains, hops, flavors, and yeasts to create fresh styles. Our beer is “An unforgettable escape from the ordinary”, also known as The Khonso Experience. Highlighted below are signature beers that will be brewed during our contract brewing period at Left Nut Brewing in Gainesville, Georgia.
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Standing Peachtree (6% ABV, 20 IBUs)
Standing Peachtree was crafted to honor the spirit of the original Creek Indian settlement and trading post that would eventually grow to become Atlanta. This pale style ale is brewed with Amarillo hops, barley, wheat, cardamom and peaches (Georgia peaches when available). It is a fusion of different styles with bold flavors and complexity for everyone to enjoy.
Standing Peachtree history: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Standing_Peachtree
Cardamon may have some health benefits as well. Visit WebMD for info https://www.webmd.com/vitamins/ai/ingredientmono-614/cardamom
Pullman Yard (7% ABV)
Khonso Brewing crafted Pullman Yard to honor the spirit that opened doors for so many as railcar workers in Atlanta. This Porter Style Ale is a fusion of spices and herbs that emphasizes flavor and complexity. Single hopped with Perle and brewed with a blend of star anise, cinnamon, Szechuan pepper, and other spices Pullman Yard stands out in a crowd.
Pullman Yard history:
Star Anise may have some health benefits as well. Visit WebMD for info https://www.webmd.com/vitamins/ai/ingredientmono-364/star-anise
Sweet Auburn (7% ABV, 50 IBUs)
This Southern Style India Pale Ale brings together diverse flavors for a bold fresh IPA. Single hopped with Sorachi Ace, Sweet Auburn is a fusion of grains, oats, ginger, and plums for an IPA beyond the ordinary. Sweet Auburn embraces the spirit of the community surrounding Auburn Ave. in Atlanta as a place of opportunity, people, and progress. Sweet yet strong is the Southern way.
Sweet Auburn history: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sweet_Auburn
Ginger may have some health benefits as well. Visit WebMD for info: