The Tall Boy beer is not a beer to buy in Georgia, according to a Georgia law enforcement official.
The Tall Boy is a locally made beer made with an unfermented yeast that is brewed in the Tall River, which is about 60 miles west of Atlanta.
The law enforcement source said the Tall Boy was made with a different yeast that was not allowed to be used in Georgia beer.
The Tallboy is also not a Georgia beer, according a spokeswoman for the Georgia Alcoholic Beverage Control.
The agency did not immediately return a request for comment.
Georgia has a few craft breweries in the state, including Blue Ridge Brewing Company and Blue Ridge Ale.
Blue Ridge Brewing is located in Atlanta.
Blue Ridge’s beer is brewed at the Tall Creek Brewery.
The brewery, which produces the Tall Branch beer, told The Associated Press in a statement Tuesday that it was “not aware of any restrictions on the use of the Tall Brew Ale yeast.”
Blue Ridge is the oldest and largest craft brewery in Georgia.
It has more than 10,000 employees, according the company website.