Gorilla Brewing Company Unleashes Dual Collaboration Beers: Godfather and Cherry Bomb

Gorilla Brewing Company Unleashes Dual Collaboration Beers: Godfather and Cherry Bomb

Gorilla Brewing Company dual collaboration beers – Godfather and Cherry Bomb

Gorilla Brewing Company

Before getting into the press release; lets quickly shout out to Gorilla Brewing. They reached out to me about doing some press release coverage for them here on the blog. This is the first of us writing about them for the blog. You will see more press releases from them in the future.

Gorilla Brewing Company Unleashes Dual Collaboration Beers: Godfather and Cherry Bomb

Gorilla Brewing Company, Galmegi Brewing Company, Daedo Brewing, and Beerroom; are proud to announce the release of two collaborative beers – Godfather and Cherry Bomb.

Godfather is a barrel aged sour ale in collaboration with Gorilla Brewing Company, Galmegi Brewing Company, and Daedo Brewing. It is 7.7% ABV and comes in 750 ML bottles. “It boasts a unique and complex flavor profile after being aged in oak barrels for 26 months.” The Godfather offers a tangy sourness followed by a soft sweetness. “Making The Godfather a one of a kind beer.”

Ryan Blocker, Head Brewer at Galmegi Brewing, says:

“Working on the Godfather with Gorilla and Daedo was a great experience, and the final product is a testament to the hard work and dedication put into every step of the brewing process. We are thrilled to share this unique and flavorful beer with our fans.”

Ryan Blocker – Head Brewer for Galmegi Brewing Company

Cherry Berry is a collaboration with Gorilla Brewing Company and Beerroom. Cherry Berry is a perfect blend of black cherry and blackberry flavors, with lactose and a hint of vanilla bean. Infused with Mackinac and Sabro hops, the beer boasts a rich, purple hue, a tantalizing aroma, and an explosion of flavors in every sip.

Paul Edwards, CEO and Head Brewer of Gorilla Brewing Company, says:

“We wanted to create a beer that was both delicious and visually stunning, and the Cherry Berry Fruit Bomb delivers on both fronts. We’re proud to have worked with Beerroom to create this beer, and we can’t wait for our fans to try it.”

Paul Edwards – CEO and Head Brewer of Gorilla Brewing Company

Jaeheung ahn, CEO of Beerroom, adds:

“At Beerroom, we’re always striving to create innovative and exciting beers, and the Cherry Berry is no exception. We’re confident that fans of Gorilla Brewing will love this beer as much as we do, and we’re excited to share it with them.”

Jaeheung ahn, CEO of Beerroom


The Godfather is available in 750ml bottles and on draft at Gorilla Brewing, Galmegi Brewing, and Daedo Brewery locations. Cherry Berry is available in 500ml cans and on draft at Gorilla Brewing and Beerroom locations. Cases of 12 cans and 20-liter kegs are available via Gorilla Brewing Company’s sales team.

For More Information on the Breweries Involved

For more information on Gorilla Brewing Company, Galmegi Brewing Company, and Daedo Brewing, check out the following social media links:

Gorilla Brewing Company

As per Untappd – Gorilla Brewing Company is a micro brewery from Gwangan-dong, 부산광역시 South Korea. They have 123 unique beers, and over 7,000 ratings, with a global average rating of 3.67 (as of 2.12.23). Their Untappd description reads: Gorilla Brewing Company is on a mission to make South Korea globally renowned for producing exceptional craft beers.

You can find them on the following social media pages:

Galmegi Brewing Company

As per Untappd – Galmegi Brewing Company is a brew pub from Gangseo-gu, 서울특별시 South Korea. They have 146 unique beers and over 7,000 ratings with a global average rating of 3.57 (as of 2.12.23). Their Untappd description reads: We started off as band of enthusiastic home brewers from all corners of the globe. Brought together by a love of beer, we formed the Galmegi Brewing Company, and opened Busan, South Korea’s first craft beer pub in 2013. Fortunately, people liked what we were doing so, we kept on doing it. In May of 2014 we opened our second location, a brewery, just around the corner, up from the beach. Modelled on the American microbrewery style, the spacious, two-level open air brewery houses the entire brewing process as well as more bar stools and chairs for lovers of Galmegi beer. Come on down, order your favorite pint, we promise you’ll want to order more.

You can find them on the following social media pages:

Daedo Brewing

As per Untappd – Daedo Brewing is a micro brewery from Dongdeok-ro, 대구 South Korea. They have 56 unique beers and 762 ratings with a global average rating of 3.87 (as of 2.12.23). Their Untappd description reads: Daedo Brewery is a new brewpub located on Kim Kwang Seok street, one of the most famous locations in Daegu. The original building was constructed as a makgeolli factory in 1953 and was named Daedo Yangjojang. (yangjojang is the Korean word for any building that produces alcoholic beverages) The makgeolli factory closed in 1997 and was left unattended for a long time, however in February, 2019, the building was renovated and reopened. We reused the name ‘대도양조장’, but now instead of makgeolli we make craft beer. Our brewery has six 1000 liter (7BBL) fermentation tanks, used to make a variety of different beer. There are many people unfamiliar with craft beer in Daegu, so we have a range of beers on our tap list , from easy to drink styles, like traditional Munich style Helles, German Pilsner, as well as an American style IPA, an Imperial Stout, a Ginger lime sour beer(sours are a new trend in craft beer these days) and Pink Stout using the locally roasted coffee beans. The brewery has two floors of seating, as well as open air seats outside, and can serve up to 150 people at a time. We have fourteen different beers available on our tap lists, with twelve of the beers produced locally at the Daedo Brewery.

You can find them at the following social media pages:

Quick Note

Like to thank Gorilla Brewing Company and their marketing team led by Erin to reaching out to me about writing the article and other future press releases. I would also like to thank her for the care package being sent as well.

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Thanks For Reading

Just as I said above, I would like to thank Erin from Gorilla Brewing Company’s marketing team for reaching out to me about writing this article. They have asked me to cover press releases going forward in the future, and I will be helping out with that.

She has been generous enough to send a care package to me as well (including a t – shirt, a beanie, a glass, and some beer). It’s all greatly appreciated.

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Yesterday was a busy day – was planning on getting a fair bit of writing done, but didn’t get a chance to with how busy the day was. We went to ZeroDay Brewing for lunch, over to Urban Churn Creamery for an Eagles cheesecake for the Super Bowl today, then I helped Ming and Don move from Mount Joy to Linglestown. Which took all day. Then helped Ming pick up some 15′ planks of wood for his future dining table in Mechanicsburg, so we stopped at Ever Grain where I picked up some four packs of Sorbetto 56 and Joshua Group. Amy is preparing to write a new beer review based on Sorbetto 56; so look for that in the future.

Today is now the Super Bowl. Who do you all think will win? I’m predicting Eagles. I’m predicting 27 – 17. Let me know your predictions in the comments or on our Facebook page.

And one last thank you to everyone. Cheers to the Super Bowl and cheers to the weekend!

Cheers All!

-B. Kline

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