This Beer Is Stronger Than Whiskey
1. Publik Draft House654 Peachtree St, Atlanta
2. Argosy470 Flat Shoals Ave, Atlanta
3. The Porter Beer Bar1156 Euclid Ave NE, Atlanta
4. The Chapter Room5600 Roswell Rd, Sandy Springs
5. Wrecking Bar Brewpub292 Moreland Ave, Atlanta
6. Brick Store Pub125 East Court Sq, Decatur
7. Cypress Street Pint & Plate817 W Peachtree St NW, Ste E125, Atlanta
8. Taco Mac Sports Grill933 Peachtree St NE, Atlanta
9. TAP: A Gastropub1180 Peachtree St NE, Atlanta
10. The Bookhouse Pub736 Ponce de Leon Ave NE, Atlanta
11. 5 Seasons Brewery1000 Marietta St, Atlanta
With head-on-the-table 11% “Blithering Idiot Barley Wine” and many other unique libations, it's easy to see how Publik Draft House has poured its way into the Atlanta craft beer scene.
This massive bar in East Atlanta Village is a local late-night watering hole. Until 2am every night, this restaurant dishes out funky craft brews and everything from mini hot dogs, to gourmet pizzas, to seasonal entrees. Always bustling, this a great place to bring a group for drinks in the spacious beer garden.
Grab a casual dinner & brew at The Porter Beer Bar in L5P, outfitted with comfy wooden booths and exposed bricks.
International & domestic craft beer flows in The Chapter Room, a tastefully furnished "secret" bar & lounge that also serves bar eats that includes an insanely delicious sounding fried mac & cheese Kobe burger.
Founded by a home-brewing couple and located in the basement of Little Five Points' historic Victor H. Kriegshaber House, Wrecking Bar Brewpub is an award-winning neighborhood staple serving up a diverse range of approachable, comforting beers like the Sow Your Wild Oatmeal Porter, the pine-flavored Spruce Juice Pale Ale, and the bright, fruity Partition Rustic Urban Ale. Beers aside, Wrecking Bar Brewpub's also upheld for its house burgers, made with grass-fed beef and all the fixings.
Despite its laid back Southern vibe, the famed Brick Store in Decatur does not mess around when it comes to beer, housing not one but two completely separate beer bars. The historic building is centered around the main bar, a super chill, sunlit pub with soaring exposed brick, high-backed booths and a massive horseshoe bar lined with 29 gorgeous taps. Upstairs there’s the Belgian Bar, an intimate, eight-tap ode to the owners’ life-altering trip to the sudsy motherland. And don’t forget to peek into Brick Store’s ridiculous upstairs beer cellar, where the guys have been casually aging nearly 900 different vintages.
Midtown's beloved beer emporium, Cypress's got awesome daily features like trivia Wednesdays and 1/2 off apps Friday.
The guys at Tacp Mac take beer so seriously, their “Brewniversity” program is more valued by some than even their UGA degree. “Chancellor” status comes when you’ve tried 1,000 different beers there. So what are you waiting for?
With an intimate patio space and personable staff, TAP's where to go when you're looking for something a bit more low key but's still got a solid selection of brews and vittles of the gastropub variety.
This Poncey-Highland haunt looks as if it were carved right out of the earth, boasting plenty of customized wood and stone features, plus a long list of affordable beers and whiskey cocktails. Go ahead and enjoy them at a table in the dimly lit interior or on the outdoor patio with a tiki overhang. While you're at it, be sure to nosh on starters like pot stickers, braised beef poutine, and mains such as the Bookhouse burger and shrimp & grits.
5 Season Brewery's philosophy is relatively simple: seasonal ingredients, intricately brewed beer, adventurous American cuisine. If you're into stronger stuff, you'll take a deep breath of satisfaction once you take a look at their collection of aged scotch.