Service Brewing Company (SBC), a veteran-owned and operated craft brewery based in Savannah, Georgia announces their summer release of Gun Bunny Wit with the Gun Bunny Bottle Release Party taking place Saturday, June 11th from noon-5pm. at SBC.
Service Brewing will launch this juicy brew in their tasting room located at 574 Indian St. in downtown Savannah. This refreshing traditional style Witbier is brewed with Indian coriander seed, whole mandarin orange and tangelo peel.
Kevin Ryan, CEO of Service Brewing stated that, “We are really excited to release this beer. It’s a style perfect for Savannah weather and adding our twist with over 70lbs of citrus additions really comes out in both the aroma and flavor.”
This highly anticipated Summer Seasonal kick-off will include the culinary talent of Treylor Park’s, Chef Marvin Sterling on the grill and Anders Thomsen Trio as the musical guest. The event also serves as the kickoff fundraiser for SBC’s summer charity, Tiny House Project for Homeless Veterans, a Chatham Savannah Homeless Authority project that will provide homes for the forgotten heroes in our area.
The Beer: As the action on the battlefield mounts, it is the brave gun bunny who leaps forward swiftly to load the next artillery round. In honor of these courageous men and women, we dedicate this classic Belgian-style witbier, infused with Indian coriander seed, sweet tangelo peel and muddled Mandarin orange. With its bright flavors and dry finish, this crisp refreshing brew is right on target.
The Launch Party: 12-5pm Service Brewing Co , 574 Indian St, Savannah, GA 31401
$20 Ticket Includes: Brewery Tour & 36 oz tasting, souvenir 22oz bottle of Gun Bunny Wit, Treylor Park plate and live music.
The Mission: Service Brewing a veteran owned and operated craft brewery, in Savannah Georgia, dedicated to honoring those that have put their lives at risk and their country and community first. Their mission is not only to make great craft beer, but to donate a portion of their revenues to assist charities that support service men and women and first responders. They brew their year round beer on a large scale, but maintain a small batch Research and Development division to enable experimentation and innovation using locally available ingredients to connect our farmers and consumers with their beer and their mission.