Absolutely! Please see the Tours and Events page to get a “taste” of what we offer and to book your next event.
Of course! We also have a few brochures from local restaurants that deliver to the brewery.
Sorry, outside alcoholic beverages are not permitted during tour times.
We do not take reservations. Please come early to ensure you can get a table.
Guests under 21 are permitted on the tour but of course we cannot serve any one under the age of 21 an alcoholic beverage. Please bring your I.D.
You are welcome to smoke in the parking lot outside of the patio. There is no smoking allowed in our facility.
Pets are allowed on our patio area. Unfortunately, we cannot allow our furry friends inside the building since we are producing a product for consumption.
Please read the booking criteria located on the Contact Us page.
We accept cash, as well as Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover.
We are located in the west midtown neighborhood of Atlanta. Our address is 2323 Defoor Hills Rd NW Atlanta GA 30318.
We are available in Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Florida, Tennessee, North Carolina, and South Carolina.
No, but we do have a rotating crowler selection.
This material is comprised primarily of yeast & some protein, and its presence is fairly typical for our beer. Unlike most breweries, we do not filter any of our ales. Most of the yeast cells and malt protein complexes will settle out in the fermenting vessel due to gravity, but some will remain in the finished beer.
This material will continue to settle out in the bottle, forming a layer at the bottom. The color of the sediment can range from a creamy white to a dark tan, depending on the style. There is some variability from batch to batch in the amount of residual yeast, so the thickness of that layer can change. Depending on the ratio of yeast to protein, some of this sediment will bind together & form particles that are easily roused back into suspension. A cold environment will accelerate the process. In addition, cold temperatures can cause proteins to clump together into what is called chill haze, making the liquid cloudy. None of this will hurt you, but concentrated yeast has a distinct taste. We recommend pouring the beer into a glass slowly, leaving the last bit of sediment in the bottle.
No, they are not pasteurized. Yes, they are safe to drink. Due to the levels of alcohol and acidity, human pathogens do not survive in beer, so pasteurization is unnecessary from a food-safety standpoint.
Several of our specialty beers contain ingredients outside of the traditional malt, hops, water & brewer’s yeast. These ingredients are listed on the label.
We also make two beers containing significant portions of wheat: our Casual Session IPA, and our spring and summer seasonal, Hibiscuwit Belgian-style Wheat.
In addition, all of our beers contain gluten, which is a problem for those with celiac disease. Gluten comes not only from wheat but also barley, which is present in every beer we make. If this is a concern, we recommend discussing these matters with a physician.
No. We do not use sulfites or other forms of preservatives in our beers.
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No, we do not make or sell bricks. Unless you want to be metaphorical and call our beers “bricks”. Then yeah, we make and sell bricks.