Let There Be Light!

WILD HEAVEN CRAFT BEERS RELEASES ITS LOWEST ALCOHOL BEER TO DATE

Introducing the sessionable “Let There Be Light”

Who says lighter beers have to be boring? Wild Heaven Beer has taken on that challenge with their brand new brew Let There Be Light. As the brewery’s first “sessionable” beer, Let There Be Light comes in at only 4.7% ABV yet is full of flavor. Starting with both barley and wheat, brewmaster Eric Johnson added two rare hops—Nelson Sauvin and Sorachi Ace—along with a bit of orange peel, to create a complex beer with a citrus note that will change the way you think about “light” beer.

“Wild Heaven is always about flavor first and we noticed that people assume you can only get big flavors from big beers.” says Wild Heaven President Nick Purdy. “We challenged ourselves to create a beer that’s really interesting, complex and flavorful, but would fit those occasions that a more sessionable beer fits the bill. With Let There Be Light, an obviously tongue-in-cheek name, we think we’ve done it.”

Beginning February 1st, Wild Heaven Beer is teaming up with select Taco Mac locations around Georgia to offer an exclusive and limited sneak peek of Let There Be Light. The exciting new beer will be featured as February’s “Beer of The Month” at the following Georgia Taco Mac locations: Atlanta Metropolis (Peachtree St.), Virginia-Highland, Suwanee, Alpharetta, Cumming, Perimeter, Buford, Kennesaw, Newnan, Roswell (Crabapple) and Marietta (Dallas Highway).

Each Thursday night during February is “Pint Night” at Taco Mac, offering Wild Heaven fans a chance to get a free Wild Heaven pint glass (like the one below) with their order of Let There Be Light.

5 replies
  1. RA
    RA says:

    Hey guys,

    I bought a 4-pack of Invocation a few weeks ago and loved it. Naturally, I went out to get another 4-pack yesterday. When I got home and opened the beers, they foamed aggressively when I poured them. I tried to drink one out of the bottle and had the same result. Should I be contacting you or the grocer concerning this?

    Thanks

    Reply
  2. mac whitesides
    mac whitesides says:

    I had your beer at SEED in Est Cobb Last night.
    Great beer!!! lots of flavor, smooth, just perfect.
    when will it be available in bottles in the east cobb area??

    Reply

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