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Arches Brewing to move to East Point, partner with Cultured South

Arches has partnered with Melanie Wade Styles of Cultured South and Golda Kombucha to create a one-stop taproom offering beer, wine, cocktails, kombucha, and hard kombucha, as well as vegan burgers and hearty pub sandwiches at Atlanta Utility Works in East Point.
Is a craft beer-pocalypse coming for Atlanta?

Is a craft beer-pocalypse coming for Atlanta?

Craft beer hit its gold rush era in the 2010s, with new taphouses opening around the country faster than you could say Hefeweizen. “The theory used to be: build craft beer, and they will come,” says Sam Kazmer of Elsewhere Brewing. “And it is just not that anymore.”

After two years, the Porter Beer Bar finally reopens

On May 10, new owner Manny Maloof and chef E.J. Hodgkinson relaunched the Porter, which had been closed since July 2022, with a new menu, 18 additional beer taps, and a renovated interior.

Crooked Culture Brewing boasts 14 brews at Cumming City Center

Crooked Culture owner Patrick Leonard has been brewing beer for 20 years. He’d be home-brewing in his garage and notice the police come by “and do the slow roll. My neighbors thought I was doing something shady or illegal,” he says. So when he finally opened his own brewery—along with business partner Nick Estes—in early November 2023, he named it Crooked Culture. Located in the new Cumming City Center, Crooked Culture is designed to be a social space.

A solar-powered bar comes to the Westside BeltLine just in time for the Lantern Parade

Lee + White neighbors ASW Distillery and Monday Night Brewing are teaming up to bring a solar-powered bar to the Atlanta BeltLine’s Westside Trail. Aptly dubbed SolarBar, it launches May 20, when the BeltLine Lantern Parade promises to bring thousands of pedestrians to the area.
AlcoHall Pullman Yards

Move over food halls; AlcoHall is coming to Pullman Yards

Owners Adam Rosenfelt and Maureen Meulen recently announced plans for AlcoHall, an aptly named, first-to-Atlanta drinkery. Initially, it will house seven stalls, each pouring a distinct type of alcohol, from Japanese whisky to South African wine.
Things we like: Knotty Pretzels (with beer)

Things we like: Knotty Pretzels (with beer)

The brand calling itself the “Official Pretzel of Beer” is distributed across the U.S.—but it was born in Marietta, inspired by a recipe from cofounder Sean McSweeney’s grandmother. “She’d always have pretzels there when we got together for the holidays,” he says. “She made everything from scratch, including her seasoning.”
Heaps pies Atlanta

The New Zealand-style savory pies from Heaps pair well with craft beer

In 2011, New Zealand native Jake Harvey followed his heart to New York City, baking savory pies in his tiny apartment to ease his homesickness. He became the general manager of now-defunct Tuck Shop, an Australian pie company in Chelsea Market, and learned the business. After moving to Atlanta, he decided he wanted to bring a taste of home to the South.
50 Ways to Play Outside in Atlanta

50 Ways to Play Outside in Atlanta and Beyond

Time to get outside and play! From basketball to fishing to hiking to hanging out in a hammock, here's 50 great things to do outdoors around Atlanta.
Jen Price CraftBeerCon

How Jen Price is changing craft beer’s narrative—in Atlanta and beyond

In 2020, Price founded Crafted for Action, an organization focused on building an inclusive beer community. Its signature event, CraftBeerCon, attracts a diverse group of attendees and panelists and offers a platform for everyone in the beer community—not just brewers and brewery owners, but enthusiasts, influencers, journalists, and brands—to lend their voices to the conversation.

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