Rightside Brewing teamed up with mixologists around the country to create the guide. Contributions from The Sober Dietitians, Erin Petrey, Noelle D’Amato and Mocktail Mo made this all possible.
Emree Woods is the founder of Rightside Brewing, a hand-crafted non-alcoholic beer that combines premium ingredients with authentic taste. She aims to help people prioritize themselves allowing you to socialize without sacrifice!
For All Drinks Podcast: Socializing Without Sacrificing with Emree Woods, Founder of Rightside Brewing
Emree Woods could have never anticipated that her first pregnancy in 2017 would inspire the non-alcoholic beer brand, Rightside Brewing.
I have never been a fan of nonalcoholic beer, simply because most NA brands don’t exhibit the aromas and flavors of real beer. But recently, more craft breweries have been giving it a try, even attempting to produce styles like hazy IPAs and stouts. In Atlanta, Rightside Brewing recently released an American IPA, after debuting its Citrus Wheat beer in January 2021. Read the Full Article
Atlanta Magazine: With Rightside Brewing, Emree Woods set out to make a “satisfying” nonalcoholic beer
It’s hard to miss Rightside Brewing’s colorful packaging. The royal blue and sunshine yellow cans with a sunburst logo practically leap off the shelves at Tower liquor store in Buckhead. While sipping the crisp citrus wheat, best enjoyed with an orange slice garnish, it’s easy to forget that there’s no alcohol.
Rightside Brewing has announced it will officially launch December 18, 2020, offering nationwide delivery for its non-alcoholic beer, and will be available at retail in Georgia in early January.
With millennials seemingly drinking less alcohol than previous generations, a new craft beer brand is launching with exclusively non-alcoholic options.
What Now Atlanta: Rightside Brewing Launching Inside Big Kettle Brewing With Release of Two Non-Alcoholic Beers
Rightside Brewing has partnered with Big Kettle Brewing to brew and package Rightside’s two beers, an India Pale Ale and Citrus Wheat. These drinks will be Atlanta’s first locally-brewed non-alcoholic beers, according to a press release Wednesday.