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Gilly Brew Bar is bringing its signature elixirs to Castleberry Hill

The Stone Mountain coffee shop plans to open a second location in Castleberry hill with traditional coffee drinks, coffee and tea-based elixirs, baked goods, and more.
Rightside Brewing Atlanta nonalcoholic beer

With Rightside Brewing, Emree Woods set out to make a “satisfying” nonalcoholic beer

“I just set out to create something that tasted really good, that gave people who weren’t drinking an option that made them feel like it was a treat,” she says.

Find “Shroom Brews” and “Radiant Lattes” at Eleven TLC, coming to Ponce City Market

Eleven TLC will open at Ponce City Market's food hall around Thanksgiving, offering tinctures, “lattes with benefits,” effervescent teas, and vegan soft serve designed with wellness in mind.
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Review: At Cardinal in Grant Park, sip iced vermouth and soak up mystical energy

To think of Cardinal as a mere speakeasy doesn’t do justice to its extraordinary whimsy. With CBD juice drinks, low-ABV cocktails, and a snacky bar menu, Cardinal is a free-spirited space at The Beacon.

Pét-nats aren’t your grandma’s sparkling wine (but great-great-grandma would approve)

Petillant-naturel (“pét-nats”) is a funky, hazy, sparkling natural wine with ancient roots, a modern-day buzz, and a wildly broad spectrum of flavor profiles. They're creating interest in Atlanta with Joshua Fryer of 8Arm and Ink, Juan Cortes of Stems, Seeds and Everythang, and Sarah Pierre of 3 Parks Wine Shop.
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With nonalcoholic drinks in demand, Coca-Cola launches bottled line Bar Nøne

Atlanta bars have shown plenty of interest in crafting unique nonalcoholic drinks, but on grocery store shelves, the options can be slim. Enter Bar Nøne, a new line of cocktail-inspired, nonalcoholic bottled drinks that come in varieties such as ginger mule and Bellini spritz.
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The Tippling Point: How craft cocktails made their way onto every menu in Atlanta

Ten years ago, barkeep Greg Best couldn’t even get his hands on a reliable supply of decent vermouth. In 2008, the craft cocktail renaissance that started in New York City started to make its way to Atlanta. Now, cocktail culture has proliferated with such fervor that you can find almost any creation in Atlanta.
Christiane Chronicles

The Christiane Chronicles: Atlanta is awash with too many ridiculous cocktails

I can probably name 15 Atlanta bartenders who can create and pour artisanal cocktails worth drinking. But no more. Plus: The restaurant you should recommend to your out-of-town friends seeking Southern fare is Kevin Gillespie’s Revival.
Bon Ton

Get your tiki on at these 3 Atlanta bars

Tiki, the Polynesian-inspired aesthetic, which first sprung to life as a sort of postwar escapism in the mid-century, is in the throes of a modern resurgence—and few Atlantans know it as thoroughly as Paul Senft, a Georgia Tech administrator by day and self-described tiki historian by night. Here’s where Senft likes to drink in Atlanta, including Bon Ton, Trader Vic’s, and SOS Tiki.
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With lower-alcohol Suppressor cocktails, less is more

“With the cocktail renaissance came a bent towards stirred, boozy drinks,” says Greg Best. “But Manhattans and martinis aren’t what we want to drink on a regular basis.” Enter the Suppressor.

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