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Happy Birthday! America and Good People!

4 July 2009 No Comment

I hope you all know that the 4th of July is our great nation’s birthday, but did you know that it’s also Good People’s Birthday?  I realize that Good People debuted at the 2008 Magic City Brew Fest with its excellent Brown Ale, but it’s first pint of beer was ACTUALLY SOLD was at the Five Points Grill – a Pale Ale – on the July 4th, 2008!

This 4th of July, The J. Clyde will be the focal point for Good People in the Thunder on the Mountain celebrations which will center at Five Points South.  Come up to Cobb Lane and visit The J. Clyde where all Good People beers will be $4.

The J. Clyde will also be featuring a special $1 menu in celebration of Good People’s first year.  Grab a pint of Good People beer and you can order from the special menu.

It’s been a great year for Good People Brewing Company and hopefully we have contributed partly to their success.  I am a BIG fan of their beers and The J. Clyde is very proud to carry all of their offerings:

Brown Ale
Coffee Oatmeal Stout
IPA
Mumbai Rye IPA
Pale Ale
Snake Handler Double IPA

By the way, Snake Handler was the first legally brewed high gravity beer in Alabama following the passage of the Gourmet Beer Bill by Free the Hops!  Jason Malone, Good People brewmaster promises that the Snake Handler will get better and better and better!

Their seasonal offerings have also been exceptional.  The Belgian Pale Ale offered in Spring 2009 was one of the best of the style that I’ve ever tried.  Fatso, their Russian Imperial Stout was most excellent on cask served at the 2009 Magic City Brewfest.  Hopefully, Fatso will be available soon!  I can’t wait!

Happy Independence Day!  Happy Birthday!

Cheers!

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