Atlanta Craft Breweries Announce 2018 Plans

Atlanta, Georgia, has fast become a southern mecca for craft beer. A number of these microbreweries in The A announced plans for expansions heading into 2018. These include:

Arches Brewing

  • Growth of canning production – In 2018, Arches will install a new canning line and plans to can several additional beer selections, including Five Week Sail and Mexican Empire
  • Additions to brewery experience – Arches will launch several tasting room programming offerings to enhance brewery visits, including:
    • Beer flights and “Flights & Bites” series
    • In-house charcuterie boards in collaboration with In Demand Cheese and The Spotted Trotter
    • A Night with the Artist music and art series

Reformation Brewery

  • Expansion – In spring 2018, Reformation Brewery will open its second location in the heart of downtown Woodstock. The new location will feature a separate research-and-development facility as well as an outdoor green space for socializing. The brewery also plans to debut new beer selections including limited-release beers like Sabine, a French Saison and a Barrel-aged Jude

Steady Hand Beer Co.

  • Opening a brick-and-mortar taproom and production facility in early 2018 nearby the burgeoning BeltLine Westside Trail

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