Terrapin Swings into Spring with The Return Of T-Time

Terrapin Swings into Spring with The Return Of T-TimeFrom Terrapin:

T-Time, a Berliner Weisse brewed with Maya Tea and Lemon, is making it’s second round in the Terrapin Beer Co portfolio, this time as a Seasonal Release.

Last year, the beer was released as a Special Release, in a more limited quantity. It has moved into a seasonal spot.
“The addition of two new brewing vessels to our Rolec Brewhouse has allowed Terrapin to increase the production of kettle soured beer, such as T-Time and our year-round Good to Gose” says Director of Operations, Jack Albanese.
Perfect for sipping on the golf course, or for watching your favorite tournament on TV, T-Time is sure to be a hit!
T-Time will be available throughout Terrapin's distribution network in 6-packs of 12oz cans, as well as on draft. The beer is releasing at the brewery in Athens on Saturday, March 17th!
About the beer:

“T-Time” Berliner Weisse is a tart and thirst-quenching wheat beer made with fresh tea and lemon peel. This easy-to-drink summertime refresher will get you back into the swing of things both on and off the course.

ABV: 4.0%
IBU: 5
SRM: 2.5
HOPS: Vanguard
MALTS: Pilsner, Malted Wheat, Torrified Wheat, Acidulated Malt


Terrapin Beer Co. began as a daydream between founders John Cochran and Spike Buckowski, who brewed and released their first beer in 2002. Inspired by the creative culture of Athens, the brewery’s home, Terrapin continues to produce unique beers year after year.

Whether you’re joining us for a brewery tour at our tasting room, drinking a Hopsecutioner at your favorite watering hole, sipping some Hi-5 on your back porch, or enjoying a RecreationAle after a long day on the trail, we hope you appreciate the dedication we’ve put into our beers.

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