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Atlanta Brewery Upstart Steady Hand Beer Co. Sells Beer in Cans Now

A sweet potato-brewed beer is coming out too

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Steady Hand Beer Co. is set to open a brick-and-mortar taproom and production facility on the Westside in early 2018, but as of this month, its craft beer will be available in stores across metro Atlanta.

The brewery just released its first line of cans, including Paradise Waits IPA, Georgia Farmhouse Ale, and its new Flower Business Double IPA with notes of freshly-squeezed citrus, tropical fruit, sweet peach and subtle pine.

“We are thrilled for our cans to hit shelves around the city, making our beers more accessible to a wider market,” Kevin Sullivan, co-founder of Steady Hand, said in a press release. “We hope the release of Flower Business Double IPA will get the community excited about what’s to come from Steady Hand and look forward to our brewery’s continued expansion in the coming months.”

Find the cans at Total Wine outlets, Green’s, both Hop City locations, and even more outlets as spelled out here. That’s not the only new beer Steady Hand Beer Co. is working on: bottles of a seasonal Fall Farmhouse ale brewed with sweet potato are on the way.

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