James Magazine May-June 2020 - Page 31

W h at ’ s C o m i n g U p J u ly T h r o u g h D e c e m b e r
the Education Issue
Popular Rankings of Georgia’s College’s & Universities
Exclusive Board of Regents Chairman Sachin Shailendra
Feature The North Georgia Mountains
A look at the Georgia Financial Technology Industry
the lobbyist Issue
One-of-a-Kind Rankings of Georgia’s Top Lobbyists
Feature The Georgia Coast, from Savannah to St. Mary’s
Exclusive The State of Georgia’s Healthcare System
A Preview of Georgia’s November General Elections
the business Issue
Feature Georgia’s Agriculture Industry Staying Strong
Reflections Augusta and the Masters Tournament
Georgia’s Supply Line The Logistics Industry
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here are two factors that drive
new trends in the alcohol industry; the vision of the crafters and the expectation of the
tasters. Luckily, in Georgia, we have many
visionary crafters. We have wineries, breweries and distilleries with distinct personalities reflecting their creativity. The tasters
seek out these unique experiences, and
along with a good time, are prioritizing sustainability, the use of local products, good
food pairings and uncommon flavor combinations. Limited release beers with notes of
fruit, sour beers, skin contact (also known
commonly as orange) wines, absinthe and
liquors with hints of buttery caramel are all
on the trend list for 2020.
For this year’s “Best of” James Magazine
poll, we listed more than 50 of Georgia’s local
wineries, breweries and distilleries. We also
left a spot open for “other” because in reality, there are more than 40 Georgia wineries,
more than 60 breweries (Georgia Craft Brewers Guild), and a dozen distillers (Georgia
Distillers Association). Georgia is a booming
market and Georgians are supporting local.
Now, more than ever, is a time for Georgians
to support these independent businesses,
even when their tasting rooms aren’t open.
Many of these businesses ship their product
or offer pickup. Turn the page to check out
our list of the top 10 in each category to view
options and place your order!
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