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Atlanta Craft Brewery Guide

Atlanta Craft Brewery Guide

Blue Tarp Brewing Company

While the backyard-like ambience leaves something to be desired, fans come for the beer and face time with friends. Regulars love double IPA Mother Hoppin’ (dry-hopped Amarillo gives it a nice edge).
Strawn Brewing Company

Strawn Brewing Company

Surely it doesn’t get any more intimate than this—enter the brewery to a host of hellos from regulars who’ve taken up their weekly perch. A schnauzer greets you at the door—you’re okay, come on in.
Jailhouse Brewing Company

Jailhouse Brewing Company

If an award existed for best theme integration, hands down, it would go to Jailhouse. Employees are cheekily referred to as inmates, live events are promoted as lockdowns, and each beer name gets better than the next.
Burnt Hickory Brewery

Burnt Hickory Brewery

Like many craft brewers before him, founder Scott Hedeen went all-in to get his brewery going, selling his collection of punk rock music to help launch the operation.
Monday Night Brewing

Monday Night Brewing

Aesthetically speaking, Monday Night is arguably the best tasting room inside the city of Atlanta. The beer is priority number one, of course, but a pleasant vibe—ambient lighting, cozy café-like seating, lots of room—is also wonderful.
Atlanta Craft Brewery Guide

Jekyll Brewing

The tasting room feels like a college dorm common area—it includes a couple of arcade games, minimal seating, and occasional live music, though during a recent visit the impromptu was a cross-legged dude in flip-flops, half-heartedly strumming a ukulele with friends accompanying him with song.
Eventide Brewing

Eventide Brewing

The space, with its exposed wood ceiling and group seating, feels more like your neighborhood pub (sans food menu) than a brewery. And that’s the spirit co-founders Matthew Sweezey, Nathan Cowan, and Haley Cowan wanted to create.

Red Brick Brewing Company

From surviving old beer laws that banned high gravity brews to having their original location threatened by a road expansion project, Atlanta’s oldest brewery has brewed award-winning beers (like their flagship IPA, Hoplanta) and grown a loyal fan base against plenty of odds.
SweetWater Brewing Company

SweetWater Brewing Company

SweetWater might be the only brewery in town where a possibly hungover (yet welcoming) tour guide will describe the scientific release of CO2 during fermentation as a “yeast fart.” Indeed these guys are out to have a good, chill time.
Wild Heaven Craft Beers

Wild Heaven Craft Beers

With signature pours like the Invocation, a Belgian-style golden ale (nice and dry with a touch of fruitiness), and their imperial brown Ode to Mercy, Wild Heaven has become a beloved destination for its neighbors in Avondale Estates.

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