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What’s the next logical step for the beer experts behind Brick Store Pub in Decatur? How about a revolutionary brewpub engineered for conversation and focused on community in what’s perhaps the region’s next big destination for hip eating and drinking: Duluth.
Atlanta’s craft breweries are in the giving mood this holiday season. The beer makers have responded to the cold, dark days with fittingly similar brews, as stouts, porters, and brown ales have officially replaced the summer’s hoppy and citrus-infused flavors.
Steady Hand, founded in 2015 by brothers Brian and Kevin Sullivan, will open its first taproom in Atlanta in spring 2018, featuring 15-20 taps and a space for live entertainment.
Many Atlanta-area breweries are celebrating this weekend, with a few parties starting as soon as the law goes into effect at midnight on September 1. If you want to raise a glass, here's where to go.
On June 6, Atlanta's craft beer community mourned the loss of one of their own when Dan Rosen, the cofounder of Mazurt Brewing Company, died in an apparent hit-and-run incident on Briarcliff Road. Not long after Rosen's death, Mazurt cofounder Hamp Covington and brewers from Wild Heaven, Max Lager's, and Tampa-based Cigar City began planning a special beer to pay tribute to their friend.
With its new brewery, the Garage, expected to open in late September, Monday Night Brewing has given itself a complete makeover, switching from bottling to canning for most of its beers, redesigning the packaging, introducing two new brews, and retiring two old favorites.
Before Saturday's match against Orlando, fans who come to Holeman & Finch decked out in their best Atlanta United gear will get a free pour of a brand new sports-themed beer from Hapeville's Arches Brewing.