May. 10, 2016 | By Larissa Allen
Cool Off By Sipping These Savannah Cold Brews
Summertime is right around the corner, which means Savannah is starting to heat up! The best way to beat the heat? A refreshing cold brew! Start your morning off with a cold brewed coffee, or relax in the evening an ice cold beer. Either route you choose, you’ll definitely cool off by sipping these Savannah cold brews.
Cold Brews: Coffee
The cold brew at The Coffee Fox is a brew you won’t find anywhere else. The Coffee Fox worked closely PERC Coffee, a local Savannah coffee roaster, to develop Black Fox, a house blend that is entirely their own.
Blends specializes in carrying high-quality coffee blends and flavors from around the globe. Their cold brew coffee is roasted in-house, making it as fresh as can be.
Savannah Coffee Roasters has been providing locals with satisfying blends for over 100 years. The inside has an open concept, so you can see coffee chefs roasting cold brew beans with your own eyes.
This aussie-style eatery and espresso bar has three different kinds of cold brews: The classic Brooklyn style, the “Coffeega” Cold Drip, and the Vietnamese Ice Coffee, which is brewed into sweetened condensed milk and poured over ice.
Cold Brews: Beer
Like its namesake, this ale is known for the sneak attack. Hop-heads will enjoy its assertive bitterness and huge floral & citrus, dry hop aroma.
This Belgian style Witbier is refreshingly crisp. Scattered Sun is brewed with orange peel and spice and has hints of coriander and citrus. The Scattered Sun is a good representation of the classic style.
This medium-bodied pale ale carries a solid balance of caramel malt, spice and citrus notes with bold, piney hop characteristics that deliver an herbal infusion of lime and crushed black pepper.
Savannah Brown Ale is an American brown ale crafted with a rich malt flavor, balanced by a crisp hop finish. The flavors start with a blend of chocolate, caramel, and roasted nuts and follow with a balance of resinous and citrusy hops.
Have you tried these Savannah cold brews? Tell us in the comments!
Larissa Allen is Visit Savannah’s social media coordinator. She received her BA in English and Professional Communications from Armstrong State University. Larissa is a Savannah native, and is addicted to watermelon juice from the Forsyth Farmer’s Market.