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ON TAP: Anniversaries and Oktoberfest being served

The news and the brews in the ATL

* ON TAP 210818  2021 08 31 At 17.10.25
Photo credit: MATT WELLUMSON
CELEBRATING FIVE YEARS: Scofflaw Brewing ... and eight baby goats!

West Midtown’s Scofflaw Brewing celebrates their 5th Anniversary Sept. 18.  Enjoy your favorite brews with not one, not two, but EIGHT baby goats and their moms!

Peachtree City’s Line Creek Brewing Company will be opening up a second location in Fayetteville called Line Creek Bus Barn this fall.  Construction on the new building will be wrapping up soon.

Suwanee’s Monkey Wrench Brewing features an open mic night every Tuesday at 7 p.m.  The shows are all ages and instruments are provided if you want to give it a shot.

Marietta’s Red Hare Brewing and Glover Park Brewery are teaming up to support the annual Root House Beer Festival on Nov. 13.  Each year, the festival works with local breweries to create a collection of beers crafted with hops, fruit and herbs harvested from the historic gardens at the William Root House in Marietta.

Avondale’s Wild Heaven Beer celebrates its 11th anniversary in September and just opened a live music venue at their West End location called The Garden Club. They’ve installed the fastest-working, most advanced air filtration system they could find, and ticketholders must present proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test no more than 72 hours old.

Celebrate Disco Night at StillFire Brewing in Suwanee Sept. 24!  The Neon Queen, an ABBA tribute band, will be performing at 9 p.m., and they’ll also have an iABBA inspired light show!

Roswell’s Variant Brewing Company just released a new New England IPA called Valewalker featuring Mosaic, Citra, and Simcoe hops, and standout notes of peach gummy rings, lemon, orange, and passionfruit.

Second Self Beer Co’s hard seltzer line, Rudi’s Hard Seltzer, just released two new flavors — Cucumber Basil and Peachy King.  Both are 110 calories and zero carbs and are available on tap and in cans at their taproom.

Social Fox Brewing in Norcross just picked up a bronze medal at the US Open Beer Championship (one of the top three beer competitions in the US) for their Dry Irish Stout. Try one out on Saturday, Sept.18 from 1-10 p.m.at their Hops and Heroes event, where a portion of the proceeds goes to benefit Hero Dog Rescue.  They’ll also have dogs on site to adopt/foster as well as dog merch available.

"Ales & Overlands," the off-road car show and happy hour, is back at Steady Hand Beer Co Saturday, Sept. 25 from 1-5 p. m. Check out some vintage off-road vehicles — or bring your own. They’ll have live music and a food truck as well.

Avondale and the West End’s Wild Heaven Beer just released Ry-Gold Golden Ale, brewed with rye, pineapple, and honeydew. A portion of the proceeds will go to benefit CURE Childhood Cancer, a non-profit organization dedicated to conquering childhood cancer through funding targeted research while supporting patients and their families.

Burnt Hickory Brewery in Kennesaw celebrates Oktoberfest Saturday, Sept. 18 from noon until 11 p.m. with Marzen and Pilsner Cask Beers, limited edition beer mugs, Bavarian Oktoberfest Music, and the Drawn & Disorderly artist market. They’ll also have their yearly Mudhoney Oktoberfest Marzen available.

Tucker Brewing Company celebrates their fourth annual Tucktoberfest celebration Sept. 18 through Oct. 3 featuring beer in steins, German eats, giant pretzels, games, polka bands, craft vendors and more! —CL—





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