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Which craft breweries are opening in metro Atlanta next?
Look for German-style beers at Tucker’s first brewery, which opens June 2. The taproom and beer garden are big—10,000 square feet.
Bold Monk Brewing
Under veteran brewer John Roberts (of Max Lager’s), this Westside 15-barrel brewpub will produce Belgian-style beers, including Trappist beers. Set to open in November 2018.
Six Bridges Brewing
Johns Creek gets its first brewery, built out in Technology Park. The 30-barrel brewhouse should open in late summer or early fall.
Banyan Roots Brewing
Part of the Lee + White development along the BeltLine’s Westside trail, this brewpub is slated to open this year.
The Lost Druid Brewery
Set to open early next year, this Avondale Estates brewery will focus on European-style beers. A climate-controlled cellar will support 80 barrels for aging.
Line Creek Brewing
Peachtree City’s first brewery, set to open this spring, will be helmed by Irish brewer Jason Carroll. Accessible by golf cart!