Why Beer Lovers are Lucky to Live in Atlanta

Amber Randhawa What's Happening Around Atlanta

Are you a big fan of craft beer? Are your nights out mainly centered around a great place to order a pint of beer and delicious food? If so, you have another reason to be thankful you live in Atlanta. According to a recent study published by USA Today, their readers ranked four of Atlanta’s brewpubs as the best brewpubs …

Alcohol Delivery…with a Catch

Amber Randhawa What's Happening Around Atlanta

On Monday Georgia Governor Brian Kemp signed a bill into law that will allow you to go one step further in supporting your favorite restaurants while staying home. House Bill 879 permits wine, beer and liquor to be delivered to your home from restaurants, bars, convenience stores and grocery stores. This is great news right? Implementation to be Delayed So …

Slow Pour Brewing Says “Thank You”

Amber Randhawa Giving Back, What's Happening Around Atlanta

Slow Pour Brewing in Lawrenceville isn’t just telling healthcare workers thank you, or simply offering them a free beer. Even better, Slow Pour has brewed these local heroes their own beer, and is offering it to them for free. The brewmasters are hard at work on their new Thank You Note pale ale, and in a few short weeks the …

What Exactly are the Current Rules for Alcohol Carryout and Delivery?

Amber Randhawa What's Happening Around Atlanta

Our constant refrain over the past few weeks is “shop local” and “support your local restaurants and breweries,” but many of you may still be unsure of what the law is in Georgia surrounding alcohol to-go and delivery sales. After all, it’s only been in the past decade that local municipalities in our state have rescinded their “blue laws” allowing …

Why the Coronavirus is Such a Headache for Breweries

Amber Randhawa What's Happening Around Atlanta

It’s a pretty common joke around Atlanta right now – people faced with weeks and possibly months of staying home are hoarding the necessities, which appears to be toilet paper, hand sanitizer….and beer. So you might think that Atlanta’s local craft breweries are weathering this economic storm well, since they can still package their product for wholesale deliveries to local …