You Can Get 'Fauci Spring' & 'Don't Stand So Close To Me' Quarantine Drinks In Georgia

Thank you, Dr. Fauci.
Brewery In Atlanta Has Released Two Social Distancing-Inspired Brews

Restaurants and breweries are coming up with creative ideas to keep locals entertained and in positive spirits. Some spots have been using humorous techniques to bring customers in, bringing light to the current situation. This brewery in Atlanta released two new beers this month and it’s a perfect summation of everyone’s feelings right now. 

Wild Heaven Brewery in Atlanta, Georgia is taking the humor route with their marketing techniques. The two released beers are titled, "Don't Stand So Close To Me" and "Fauci Spring," which are quarantine-themed brews that any beer-lover can appreciate at this time. 

Dr. Anthony Fauci has been a familiar face on TV throughout the past month and a half, giving Americans continuous updates about the pandemic and social distancing guidelines.

He has served as the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases since 1984. He's also worked under every president since Former President Ronald Reagan. 

"Don't Stand So Close To Me," is a German-style Lager dedicated to Dr. Fauci's guidelines. This 16-ounce Vienna lager is brewed with Saaz and Hallertau Hops.

"Fauci Spring," is a unique açai pale ale. The brewery's website describes it as "an ale, lavender in color, brewed with açai berries and not-yet-named experimental hops. Flavor notes range from berry to cocoa to tropical."

The German-style lager is available for pre-order and can be picked up curbside starting Tuesday, April 28. It runs for $10.00 and comes in a 4-pack.

The açai pale ale is also available for pre-order, but won't be available for pick-up until Tuesday, May 5. This is a 4-pack as well and runs for $12.99.

There'll be less than 100 cases of each beer, so pre-ordering is crucial if customers want to try these exclusive brews

Remember that the brewery is doing curbside pick-up through online orders. That way, customers can get their craft beer fix even while practicing social distancing. 

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