All across OTP, breweries are expanding and opening.
In Roswell, Variant Brewing Company is opening at 66 Norcross Street on Friday, November 3rd. Here’s their grand opening details. According to Beer Guys Radio, Founder and Brewmaster Matt Curling, isn’t revealing an opening date yet until all the beers are ready. Variant is going big with 12 to 14 taps of year-round and seasonal offerings with the catchphrase, “Tap Into Variety!” The Beer Guys Radio article has all the scoop!
Also in Roswell, From the Earth Brewing opens early in November at 1570 Holcomb Bridge Road. Here’s their grand opening details. Their mission is to provide their guests with a world-class dining experience in a casual environment serving craft beer, cocktails, and farm-to-table cuisine.
Roswell is already home to two breweries; Gate City Brewery and Abbey of the Holy Goats. You can sample many local tap beers at the planned Tap & Six opening soon as well as the established The Roswell Tap.
In Marietta, Treehorn Cider, a Georgia Made Hard Craft Cider, opened its tasting room. They have cider on draft and in cans all around Georgia. Treehorn uses fresh-pressed juice from regional orchards. They believe supporting local agriculture is good for sustainability, the economy of our state, the environment, and most of all, our taste buds.
Treehorn explains that making cider is a little bit like making wine. You need yeast, really big tanks and time to make the cider perfect. The tasting room hours are Friday: 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM, Saturday: 12:00 PM – 6:00 PM and Sunday: 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM.
Johnnie MacCracken’s Celtic Firehouse Pub on Marietta Square is opening the Etowah Brewery in Dallas, Georgia. It was slated for a summer opening, but has been pushed back. Marietta is also well known for Red Hare brewery and Naughty Soda. Visit Two Birds Taphouse on the square to try many local ITP and OTP beers.
In the new Halcyon Forsyth, Cherry Street Brewing Cooperative is opening a second location. Owned by Rick Tanner, the original location is in the Vickery area of Cumming next to his namesake restaurant, Rick Tanners. He will be bringing beer, food, and fun to HALCYON with its new brewpub and beer garden. The Atlanta Business Chronicle says that the brewpub will offer 16 Cherry Street beers on tap, such as the coconut porter and a new brew just for Halcyon. It will also serve upscale pub food.
In Alpharetta — it’s not a brewery, but Truck & Tap is expanding from Woodstock to Alpharetta with their 2nd location and the opening is planned in early November. Owner Zach Yurchuck said they will absolutely be carrying the greatest and latest. Local Alpharetta breweries include Jekyll Brewing and Hop Alley.
Duluth’s Good Word Brewing and Public House got their state approval October 12 and should start brewing soon.
It’s amazing how many local breweries we have OTP when you start looking at them all, and this article just touched the surface on a few major cities. If you are a beer connoisseur and want to taste and rate locally brewed beers for Scoop OTP, drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.