3 places to fill your growler

Fresh booze for the big bottles

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Georgia’s craft beer scene has exploded in the last few years. Dozens of new breweries have opened and have released countless delectable brews. While traditional liquor stores carry some of these local ales, growler shops have popped up to make fresh booze more readily available to local drinkers.

Eddie Holley’s craft-beer haven located on the edge of Oakhurst between Avondale Estates and Kirkwood was one of the Atlanta metropolitan area’s newest places to procure the finest in non-macro brews, from IPAs to imperial stouts to Belgian lambics. | more...

Hop City Craft Beer and Wine’s second retail shop is located in Krog Street Market. The 2,450 square foot retail space has more than 1,000 beers and wines to choose from along with 60 taps at its adjacent bar. | more...

Avondale Estates’ finest beer dispensary offers more than 40 different kinds of craft beer ranging from hard ciders to barrel-aged barley wine in both 32-ounce and 64-ounce growlers. It also holds a number of beer-related classes and events on a regular basis. | more...

The list above first appeared in the 2015 CL Cityguide and was updated by CL Staff recently.