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Known For

Beer

Roswell’s Abbey of the Holy Goats maintains a tasting room with the air of a gothic church dining hall: wrought iron chandeliers, hanging tapestries, a standing piano, a huge benched banquet table fit for a Middle Ages feast. The small-scale craft brewery has a penchant for Belgian-style beers, but thanks to Georgia law, it can’t sell them onsite, so your tour will include a souvenir pint glass and tastings on the production tour. The beers are, naturally, named after goats, from the Goats in the Garden (an elderflower Saison) to The Goat’s Obsession (a dark, double IPA with a sticky malt body). No goats (or dogs or kids) allowed.

Atlanta

Abbey of the Holy Goats

Roswell’s Abbey of the Holy Goats maintains a tasting room with the air of a gothic church dining hall: wrought iron chandeliers, hanging tapestries, a standing piano, a huge benched banquet table fit for a Middle Ages feast. The small-scale craft brewery has a penchant for Belgian-style beers, but thanks to Georgia law, it can’t sell them onsite, so your tour will include a souvenir pint glass and tastings on the production tour. The beers are, naturally, named after goats, from the Goats in the Garden (an elderflower Saison) to The Goat’s Obsession (a dark, double IPA with a sticky malt body). No goats (or dogs or kids) allowed.