Woodstock’s hottest brewery, Reformation, has officially partnered with another local restauranteur. Zack Kell, the owner operator of Queenie’s Southern Restaurant and Bar in Canton has been named as the official food partner for Reformation Brewery’s new space, now under construction at 105 Elm Street in the heart of Downtown Woodstock.
As reported earlier, Reformation had planned to expand to a second location to create a research and development facility that includes an on site kitchen and 2 public bars serving 16 to 24 unique beers at any given time. The 6,000 square foot space will comfortably serve over 200 guests at a time, and will become the public taproom and event space for Reformation Brewery in Woodstock.
According to the press release, Reformation CEO and cofounder, Spencer Nix says the partnership is a proud moment.
“I couldn’t be more honored and excited to partner with Zach Kell and family to deliver truly unique experiences for the good of our community. I’ve never been more proud to be Cherokee and north Georgia born and raised.”
Beginning in September, 2018, Queenie’s with serve lunch, dinner, and snack offerings designed to pair well with Reformation beers during their scheduled hours of operation. Priced between $8-$24, the menu will include simple, southern foods like smoked meats (pork, chicken, beef brisket, ribs), bbq tacos, and beer snacks (poutine, pork pies, other bites).
Queenie’s has been very popular at its Downtown Canton location. It will be a great addition to the already bustling restaurant scene in Downtown Woodstock.
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