Georgia Aquarium and Atlanta Brewing Company announced their latest, and tenth, beer collaboration just in time for summer. The new Jellyfish Berliner Weisse is a tart beer brewed with strawberry, rhubarb and a lemon acidity for an added zesty sting.

Jellyfish Berliner Weisse will be released on Monday, May 25, 2020. Atlanta Brewing Company will have the new Jellyfish Berliner Weisse available for to-go pickup at their taproom location in an effort to follow current social distancing guidelines. To view Atlanta Brewing Company’s hours and to-go pickup information, visit

A portion of all proceeds from Jellyfish Berliner Weisse sales will go towards Georgia Aquarium's vital research and conservation efforts across the globe. By purchasing this new, limited-edition beer, you’re helping whale shark research, coral restoration efforts, African penguin rehabilitation and release in South Africa, and so much more.

Jellyfish Berliner Weisse will be available at select Kroger stores, and other retail locations throughout Atlanta beginning the week of May 25. We hope you enjoy this colorful new release!

For photos of the Jellyfish Berliner Weise cans, click here. 

Learn more about jellies on our Animal Guide.

Atlanta Brewing Co was founded in 1993 at a time when there were only 200 or so microbreweries throughout the country. It has weathered 25 years in Atlanta, and are proud to be the oldest brewery in the state. With a focus on quality control and brewing innovative beers, Atlanta Brewing Co looks forward to serving the city it loves for another 25 years.

Georgia Aquarium is a leading 501(c)(3) non-profit organization located in Atlanta, Ga. that is Certified Humane by the American Humane Association and accredited by the Alliance of Marine Mammal Parks and Aquariums and the Association of Zoos and Aquariums. Georgia Aquarium is committed to working on behalf of all marine life through education, preservation, exceptional animal care, and research across the globe. Georgia Aquarium continues its mission each day to inspire, educate, and entertain its millions of guests about the aquatic biodiversity throughout the world through its hundreds of exhibits and tens of thousands of animals across its seven major galleries. For more information, visit