Many great artists famously used mood-altering substances while crafting their works, from Van Gogh, who was a noted enjoyer of absinthe, to Bob Ross, who relied exclusively on his happy trees. Letting you create visual masterpieces whilst under the influence, Dip 'n Dab.
D'nD's a studio hosting BYOB art classes for painters of all levels, where instructors from AIA & SCAD guide you through 2- to 3-hour sessions, started by a GSU grad and her artistically inclined mother-in-law, who said "we have all these talents, let's put them together!", and then
made The Expendables opened the joint up. Register for a "Night Class" and they'll give you a blank 16x20 canvas, acrylic paints, other essentials like an easel, palette, brushes, an apron, and most importantly, a drinking cup; they'll then walk you through replicating renderings (tropical sunsets w/ palm trees, ATL's skyline...) punctuated by periodic booze breaks called "drying periods", or what John Daly calls "what the hell are you talking about?". They also offer "Open Studio" sessions on Tuesdays & Fridays where you can paint anything you like on your own; you can even reserve adjoining seats next to friends or for a date night, or reserve the whole joint for a private party of at least 10 -- the owner also has a dance company and says she can provide belly dancers, proof that she's gutsy.
They'll also give you a "Dabble Card", which gets stamped each time you visit, eventually making your 11th class free and giving you 10% off everything you buy that day in the store, making it slightly more economical to go home, and get
high by on your own supplies.