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Back Forty Beer Company pursuing sustainability certification

Back Forty Beer Company based in historic Gadsden, Alabama is joining forces with The Institute of Sustainability (TIOS) to become the first sustainably certified brewery in the state.

Nestled in the historic surroundings of old downtown Gadsden is a new gathering place where friends, family and even farmers come together to share stories, take in local art, and try the newest pints of Back Forty’s brew.

“The Back Forty taproom is open as a community outreach center more so than it is to sell beer,” says Brad Wilson, marketing manager. “We want people to know who brewed their beer and to get to know the people who love to drink it. The taproom is not exactly a bar, but instead a great place to have your first pint with us and then go on to enjoy the other local Gadsden businesses.”
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The blossoming beer company was founded by Jason Wilson, who was later joined by his brother, Brad. The two native Alabamans love their beer just as much as their Southern roots. Back Forty Beer distributes their product throughout Alabama, Mississippi, Florida, and Georgia. With award winning beers featuring names like Naked Pig Pale Ale, Kudzu Porter, Freckle Belly IPA, and the popular Truck Stop Brown Ale, southern pride rings true in every batch they make.


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