Breweries in Atlanta

It’s Spring y’all. And when the weather gets nice, enjoying a tasty brew seems to be right on point for the crowd here in Atlanta. Speaking of brews, we have quite a few breweries around town worth checking out. So next time your plans are up in the air, why not stop by and grab a cold one! Here are a few suggestions!

Red Hare in Marietta, GA. Okay, I’m partial to this one since it’s only a hop, skip and a jump (no pun intended) from my house! Tucked away in an industrial area across from Mayfield ice cream, this little spot is actually pretty cool and they have a nice outdoor patio. If you haven’t tried Red Hare, I’ve heard the grapefruit Indian pale ale is pretty stellar… but their seasonal Cotton Tail Orange Creamsic-ALE sounds pretty divine!

Kind of obvious, but if you haven’t been to the Sweetwater Brewery, I highly recommend it. We had an event there in November and it was awesome! Not only do they offer tours, a gift shop, great seating indoors and outdoors and events happening all the time at the brewery. Check out their website often as they add things all the time. One event offsite though, that you don’t want to miss is SweetWater 420 Fest 2018 held at Centennial Olympic Park ( If you happen to find your way down there, try their newest seasonal beer, Grass Monkey, a brew with a citrus blast and lemongrass. Just sayin’

Reformation Brewery – so I haven’t been here, but I’ve been meaning to check it out so I wanted to add it for some of our North-ish Atlantans. It’s located in historic downtown Woodstock. They focus on European-styled beers and they are well-known for their toasted porter, Stark. Seasonal pic: Sabine, a dry-hopped French Saison. On the event side of things, be sure to check out their BrewHaHa on April 19th or Tacos and Trivia series!

Now how can you go wrong when you put brewery, baseball and BBQ all in one place? You can’t. Terrapin Taproom and Fox Bros. Barbecue at Suntrust Park is where it’s at. Most of their one off beers that are brewed in the five-barrel brewhouse and six ten-barrel fermenters are regularly rotated except for their On Deck IPA, so you’ll never get bored. So go grab a couple brews, some BBQ and root on those Atlanta Braves!

If you need any other suggestions, or if you know someone who is thinking about buying or selling a home, please give The Peters Company a call! We’d love to help!

Written by Kimber Bond, Marketing Director, The Peters Company

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