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Laughing Skull brewed by Red Brick Brewing Company - Atlanta, GA


Laughing Skull brewed by Red Brick Brewing Company - Atlanta, GA  

Like a zombie that just won't die, one of the South's favorite craft beers is back. This newly reincarnated version of Laughing Skull is a full flavored Amber Ale with a crisp, clean finish that's sure to clear out the cobwebs. So crack open a Skull! You'll be glad you did. The brew is a collaborative effort of The Vortex and Red Brick Brewing Company. The Vortex, a pub in Little 5 points is the home of great hamburgers and a great beer selection.
  

    
Review from Beer Advocate
Pours a beautiful clear amber with a thick, yellowish, light tan head that sticks around - very appealing for any beer, and superior to nearly all amber ales. Aroma is crisp and malty with fruity and hoppy underpinnings. Pleasing flavor is mainly malty and has hints of fruit - mainly apple - and hops, with just a touch of bitterness. Texture is quite fizzy and lively. This is one of the best amber ales Iíve ever had. I have downed this before, but didnít realize how good it is - maybe because previously Iíve had it only from a bottle.
  
    
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Red Brick Brewing Company
Although Red Brick Brewing Company (ABC) was formed in 1993, it had fallen on hard times. A new management team led by Robert Budd, President, was brought in along with some new investment about the beginning of 2006. As the company was moved to a new location in 2007, the future began to brighten. New management including Richard Fowler (Sales), Anthony Rodriguez (Retail), and Robert Fabbrini (Operations), were brought in to join veteran Brewmaster, Dave McClure, in growing the company. 2007 began the journey of Regional, National, and World championship medals won by the Red Brick core brands of Blonde, Brown, Pale, and Porter as well as seasonal and specialty offerings.

We are proud of our Southern roots, the heritage of great Southern beer, and our position as the oldest craft brewery in Georgia.

Although we have recently expanded to the adjoining Southern states, we see no reason to expand outside the South. Bringing great local beer to our regional market that has a 330 year brewing history is and will remain our mission.
 
                                                
 

 

 





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