“The team at BrewDog could not be more excited to open our doors and join the community here in Atlanta. It has long been a goal of ours to become a part of the city’s amazing and storied craft brewing scene,” says BrewDog USA CEO Jason Block. “We have made our home in one Atlanta’s most historic neighborhoods and we’re looking forward to introducing BrewDog, our creative offerings and our carbon negative brewery to Atlanta and the greater Southeast.”
Situated just steps off the eastern portion of the BeltLine, BrewDog Atlanta joins a popular, formerly industrial area complete with warehouses-turned-food halls, mixed-use residential space and local dining options that now line the historic railbeds. The new bar encompasses more than 12,000 square-feet of bar, restaurant and covered patio space featuring indoor firepits, access to more than 28 taps serving both BrewDog and locally made beers, competitive games, guided beer school tasting experience and more. And, of course, BrewDog’s patio space is dog-friendly.
BrewDog says its plans to collaborate with fellow Atlanta breweries, including a rotating list of locally made beers from ATL favorites like New Realm, Wrecking Bar, Halfway Crooks, Arches and more. In addition to beer, expect a full menu of pub fare and an onsite Brew Kit creating ciders made from Georgia-grown fruit.
The first 100 guests through the door at the grand opening were actually entered into a raffle to win prizes, including a trip for two for two nights to experience the aforementioned BrewDog Las Vegas.