A beer cave built by immigrants in the 1830s in Macon, Georgia, remains mostly undisturbed nearly 200 years later. It was among Georgia's first breweries. Kegs of Lager were shipped to Darien on the Ocmulgee river. Laura Corley and Jason Vorhees The Telegraph
A beer cave built by immigrants in the 1830s in Macon, Georgia, remains mostly undisturbed nearly 200 years later. It was among Georgia's first breweries. Kegs of Lager were shipped to Darien on the Ocmulgee river. Laura Corley and Jason Vorhees The Telegraph

One of Georgia’s oldest breweries is unveiled with widening of I-75 in Macon

October 27, 2017 11:44 PM