Reformation Brewery, whose brewing facilities and keeping room is located in Woodstock, is now expanding to a second, more visible downtown Woodstock location at 105 Elm Street in Spring 2018. The space has been vacant for some time.
According to their website, they envision a maker space where customers can see, smell, and hear how the beer is made, while also activating the green space as a place for community and conversations to grow organically. Just like hosting a party in your backyard, they see this location as Woodstock’s backyard hangout spot.
We reached out to Reformation Brewery and CEO Spencer Nix said:
Reformation is proud to invest in an under-utilized property in the heart of Woodstock. We look forward to breathing new life into a property that is essentially the backyard for all of Downtown Woodstock. The opportunity to combine research and development with direct interaction from the community is truly special.
This space is a unique opportunity to combine an R&D facility for product innovation and a new consumer experience.
If you aren’t familiar with the new location, don’t be worried about the large tree on the lot. They have an arborist coming in as they want to keep the tree healthy and part of their landscape.
There are no plans for a restaurant, but they hope to work with local partners and offer food trucks.
You don’t have to wait to Spring 2018; visit Reformation’s keeping room today at 500 Arnold Mill Way, Suite A in Woodstock, Georgia. Follow us on Facebook for more local Scoop.