After a failed attempt to visit here, we showed up 45 minutes early and were able to get in with much ease. The staff was really friendly and informative. All the beers on tap are available elsewhere, but thatís okay. Itís a good selection anyway. The building is large, clean, efficiently set up, and decorated nicely. The tour of the actual brewing facility was pretty neat. For 8 bucks I got an IPA glass and 6 tickets for beer samples. Not bad. Iím really glad I got to visit one of the brewing meccas of the southeast. I had a fun time. Recommended
I stopped in for a Friday tasting session and was thrilled with it. They had a live band, a great crowd of beer lovers, and dogs...everyone was invited to bring their dog; pleasantly unexpected. The beer selection was excellent and their new tap/tasting room had a great ambience. If you live in Atlanta or happen to pass through on a Fri, you have to stop!
This is a pretty cool place, went there for first time 4-6-09 for their "better late than never" X-Mas party! Had a live band and lotís of people there. Mellow mushroom had awesome $1 slices of pizza. Will come back again on a regular day to see how it is. Pretty cool that you can bring your K-9ís w/ you there.
Obviously they only sell Sweetwater beer but the selection of beer and ambiance is great. I had a blast going. They actually sell you an $8 glass with tickets to try their beer. I got an awesome drunk!
This is the first brewery I have been to for around ten years since I went to Busch Gardens. The tour takes about 20 minutes and I took it threems times and every time it was hosted by a hot girl. Speaking of hot girls the bartenders are hot. Just ask them questions about hummers and donkey punches. LOL. Since they canít sell you beer you can buy a glass for $8 and it comes with 5 or 6 tickets for free beer. I was able to get more because my friend and I recieved around 6 more tickets from these business people who had some corporate event going on there at the time. We also got there name tags so we could go over to their are and take their food (the brewery doesnít serve food). This annoying queery guy there caught on to us and called us out but we didnít give a shit because we were drunk so we continued to take their food. Ha ha. They were out of their Road Trip beer so now that gives me an excuse to go back.
Rockiní tasting room. Check these guys out for your next event or stop by on one of their open house/brewery tour days to hang with the locals and their dogs. Youíll probably catch a good band while youíre there as well. The beer says it all and the staff that pours them is very easy on the eyes. Thanks for being a fantastic staple of beer culture in this city guys.
I love this place - itís definitely my favourite place to go late in the week after classes are over before a dinner out with friends. This is one of those places where more is merrier, as crowd size goes. Fridays are always the busiest. For $6 you get a pint glass and 6 tickets for half-pints of beer (high grav choices cost 2 tickets). Recently, the choices were Blue, 420 EPA, IPA, Brown, Hummer, and Festive Ale. They have promised that Happy Ending and Double Dís will return at the top of 2007. There is a tasting room with 2 bars and stools at the bar to sit at, but it gets really loud in there when people cram in. In the warmer weather seasons, they will utilize their fenced-in parking lot area for people to stand and sit, and they will set-up the outdoor taps, one on the patio and usually one in a mobile truck. Advice: bring your own chair to sit in if you want. Thereís also a merch table inside to purchase hats, shirts, posters, etc. if you want. Live music typically on the patio. Since itís close to GA Tech, you get a lot of younger college students as well as an older crowd after work. Definitely a must-go if you enjoy Sweetwater beers, but also if youíre just stopping by in town. Tours arenít great nor impressive...the tour guides ALWAYS talk too long and I always run out of beer mid-tour even if refilling right before going on one.